Who is Steven Lacombe?
Steven Lacombe is an award-winning photographer who has contributed her photographic skills to major theater productions and films by directors like Martin Scorsese, Mike Nichols, Lynne Ramsay Bennett Miller Spike Jonze James Gray. Additionally she has photographed advertising campaigns for Chanel and Hermes brands.
At Lacombe Composite High School, he specializes in teaching science, chemistry, forensics, electronics and agriculture to his students. Additionally, he offers several extracurricular activities for them to engage in.
Early Life and Education
Steve Lacombe was an incredible carpenter, an exciting dirt bike rider, and always ready for a wrestling match with his grandkids. Most importantly he appreciated spending time with family above all else; we will all miss him dearly.
Brigitte Lacombe began her career as a photographer for Elle magazine’s black and white lab in Paris. Later she relocated to Hollywood where she assisted film directors like Martin Scorsese, Mike Nichols, Michael Haneke and Quentin Tarantino on their movie sets.
Steve Schultz of Ecole Lacombe Composite High School has helped students hone leadership and communication skills that would otherwise remain dormant in the classroom environment. He initiated a robotics program 15 years ago at his school as well as environmental and agricultural programs such as setting up a tropical greenhouse and two-acre garden.
He is an accomplished attorney representing an array of clients, such as real estate developers and investors, commercial tenants, businesses and financial institutions. His practice encompasses acquisition, sale and leasing for retail properties; commercial office buildings; multifamily condominiums and loans to commercial entities.
LaCombe first entered 8-18 Media as part of an Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum program that provided him with valuable journalism and leadership training, as well as participating in a community service project which involved helping clean up his city’s waterfront.
Since joining WLUC in 2012, LaCombe has co-anchored TV6 Morning News and covered many local and national stories. As part of his time at WLUC, LaCombe has conducted multiple interviews with Al Roker as well as spending one week with the U.S. Navy in Norfolk Virginia.
Achievement and Honors
Lacombe has received many recognitions, such as being named one of Canada’s Best Places to Live. Furthermore, Lacombe provides programs like Mayor for a Day where students from Ecole Lacombe Composite High School (ELCHS), Terrace Ridge Middle School (TRMS), Father Lacombe Catholic and Young Educational Services (YES) participate in mock Council Meetings before touring municipal offices to gain insight into Lacombe operations.
LaCombe joined WLUC’s team in January 2017, serving as co-anchor of TV6 Morning News until April 2021 when he was promoted to Assistant News Director.
At ELCHS, he teaches science, chemistry, forensics and electronics with an emphasis on creating an optimal learning environment where students feel supported in excelling academically while taking part in extracurricular activities. Furthermore, he coaches soccer and leads EcoVision, an environmental club which fosters ecological leadership through community projects like building the net-zero geodesic greenhouse.
Lacombe has photographed major film projects by directors such as Martin Scorsese, Mike Nichols, Sydney Pollack, Michael Haneke, Bennett Miller James Gray Sofia Coppola Wes Anderson David Mamet as well as several Broadway plays such as Glengarry Glen Ross by Mamet and Federico Fellini’s Casanova by Federico Fellini.
She is a recipient of both Canada’s Order of Canada and Quebec’s Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Quebec awards, and a close personal friend of UK filmmaker Lynn Ramsay; working together on We Need to Talk About Kevin and You Were Never Really Here are among their many projects together.
She is the mother of Kaitlyn Young (Ryan) and Thomas Lacombe and grandmother to Gabriel, Faith, Bennet, and Hannah. She resides with her husband Steve in Warwick, Rhode Island.
Steve Lacombe Net Worth
One of the richest ice hockey players ever, Lacombe earned more than $15 Million during his professional ice hockey career and is also an established businessman, owning several large companies.
Steve spent much of his childhood watching WLUC, particularly their news team and studio visits by his aunt – this experience solidified his interest in TV journalism and helped fuel a passion for broadcast journalism.
Since 2017, this individual has executed 8 trades in FTI Consulting stock, the most significant being selling 54,278 units worth over $100,002,350 on 9 March 2023. He currently owns over 124,618 shares of FCN stock; additionally he holds the position of Vice President & Chief Risk/Ethics Officer with FCN.