Steve Carey

Steve Carey – Drummer and Baseball Coach

Carcarey was raised with an exceptional work ethic from his father, which has proved beneficial throughout his life. After graduating from Montgomery County Community College he received an offer as the Varsity Baseball Coach at Widener University.

Carcarey explained to Team Embiid that he did not post the sign for any recognition, but rather because Sixers center Jimmy Butler appreciated it.

Early Life and Education

Carcarey was born in Concord, Massachusetts to Harriet Theresa (Koch), a psychiatric nurse, and Edwin A. Carell, an electrical engineer. After attending Denison University in Granville Ohio for his undergraduate studies he then joined Chicago-based comedy troupe The Second City as both teacher and performer, teaching both there too.

He first rose to fame as a cast member on The Dana Carvey Show (1996-1998) and as a correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (1999-2005). Since then he has made multiple comedy film appearances, such as Bruce Almighty (2003), Anchorman: The Legend Continues (2013), Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012) and Crazy, Stupid Love (2011). More recently he portrayed an aggressive hedge-fund manager in 2015 film The Big Short as well as acting as talent agent in Woody Allen period drama Cafe Society (2016).

Professional Career

Carcarey was raised with an intense work ethic passed on from his father, which allowed him to achieve greatness as a coach. He spent time coaching JV baseball at Bishop Kenrick and Norristown Area High Schools before transitioning into coaching varsity baseball at Kennedy-Kenrick Catholic High School in Norristown for five seasons, leading them to playoff appearances four times and finally into the title game once.

He moved on to Widener University as head coach in 2003, amassing an 185-124-2 record during eight seasons and leading them to seven Commonwealth Conference tournament championships during that time.

Many of his players went on to pursue professional and collegiate baseball careers, including fifth overall selection Chris Lubanski in 2002 Major League Baseball Draft. Chris now lives in Trappe, Pennsylvania with his wife Patrizia and children Skye and Steven.

Achievement and Honors

Collegeville Italian Bakery is co-owned by Carcarey and his wife Patrizia. His father instilled him with an excellent work ethic which has served him well throughout his life. Photos of Philadelphia celebrities and international icons who have dropped by for food or simply to say hi fill the bakery walls.

Beginning his coaching career as a junior varsity coach at Bishop Kenrick and Norristown Area High Schools. On his initial application to Kennedy-Kenrick Catholic High School for varsity work he was turned down. However, upon applying again the following time around it was accepted.

Carcarey has led the Widener Pride to seven consecutive 20-win seasons and amassed an 185-124-2 record during his seven years as coach. Additionally, six consecutive Commonwealth Conference tournaments were participated in with 2010 being crowned conference champion and awarded Coach of the Year honors from both conferences as well as being nominated to Montgomery County Coaches Hall of Fame status in 2023.

Personal Life

Carcarey was taught a strong work ethic by his father and instills it into the young players he coaches. Sixteen of his high school players have continued playing at the collegiate level – including some major leaguers!

He began his coaching career at Bishop Kenrick and then Norristown Area High Schools as a JV coach, before finally accepting the head coaching position at Kennedy-Kenrick Catholic in five seasons as head coach – quickly becoming their most winningest coach and making numerous trips to Philadelphia Catholic League playoffs in that time.

Widener University was his next stop and there he amassed an outstanding record: 185-124-2 over eight seasons as Pride head coach. Taking them to six consecutive Commonwealth Conference tournaments and winning championship in 2010, his tenure concluded and now lives in Trappe with wife Patrizia and children Skye and Steven.

Net Worth

According to various online sources, Drummer Steve Carey reportedly possesses an estimated net worth between $1-5 Million. He became well known through his participation in post-hardcore band The Color Morale, while living in Trappe Pennsylvania with his wife and daughter. Steve keeps both aspects of his personal and romantic life private.

He maintains a YouTube channel where he posts solo drum versions of songs by The Color Morale, garnering over 23,000 subscribers in total.

Carcarey has seen 16 of his high school players continue their baseball careers at a collegiate level, including Chris Lubanski who was selected by Kansas City Royals fifth overall in 2002 MLB draft.

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