The Brother Rice Alumni Association is proud to announce that Mr. Matthew H. Stenger ’93 has been selected as the 2014 Distinguished Alumnus.
Matt will be awarded this honor at the 2014 Senior Alumni Luncheon next week which is scheduled for Friday, April 4, 2014 at Oakland Hills Count. Please plan on joining us to honor Matt as well as welcome another class of Band of Brothers into the Alumni Association.
Matt has been happily married to his wife, Meg, for the past 13 years and they have 5 young children; Mollie (10), Grace (9), Madeline (8), Jack (7) and Evan (1). The Alumni Association chose Stenger for many reasons but they are proud to report that he is a devoted family man who never misses an opportunity to volunteer his time to the benefit of his kids, their school and/or their teams. Matt stated, “I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue serving and representing the Brother Rice community and I’m truly honored and humbled by this award.”
As a student at Brother Rice, Stenger was a member of the National Honor Society, the varsity basketball team and was the student body president his senior year. In 2004-05, Matt served as the alumni association vice president before taking over as the alumni association president in 2005-06. He has volunteered his time to help organize and coordinate many Alumni Association events over the years and he is credited as creating the Senior-Alumni Luncheon back in 1993 when he was President of his senior class.
Stenger is a 1997 graduate of Marquette University where he was a two year captain of the Marquette University Rowing Team. Currently, he is the Regional Sales Director with Covidien Medical while taking on an active role as coach, volunteer and organizer for multiple area organizations like St. Regis Basketball, Birmingham Bloomfield Soccer Club and Beverly Hills Little League Baseball.
Please join your fellow Alumni on Friday, April 4th at the Senior Alumni Luncheon to honor and congratulate this fine Warrior. Matt embodies the spirit of this institution and upholds our values and we are privileged to call him one of our own.