Steve Wolk was born and raised on a farm near Festus, MO. After high school, he attended college and also earned his EMT / Paramedic license at age of 19 while also volunteering with the local fire department. He then worked as a Captain with a full time Firefighter position until an in the line of duty injury, 23 years later, ended his career.
Today, Steve is the Assistant Coach on the Lindenwood University Shotgun Sports team. This university is based out of St. Charles, MO. The team has 100 students that shoot all disciplines of the competitive shotgun shooting world. As of 2014, the team has won 11 consecutive Collegiate National Championships. He is also a certified NRA and SCTP Shotgun Coach.
As a hobby, he started doing taxidermy work in 1980, and is now one of the top taxidermists in the country. Steve has also served for 3 years as President of the National Taxidermists Association.
He is an avid hunter and shooter with the Shotgun, Rifle, Handguns, and Archery. His competitive shooting is all in the discipline of Sporting Clays. He first got involved with supporting the WWIA in 2010, and is honored to assist the Heroes.