Steven and Jamberlyn Antoline

When West Virginia native Steve Antoline was asked to organize service projects for Scouts attending the 2013 National Scout Jamboree, he graciously agreed. By the time the projects were completed, Steve was extremely impressed by the caliber of Scouts he met and what they accomplished. He said, “Scouts sold me on Scouting.”

Steve, himself an avid outdoorsman and conservationist, appreciates that conservation has been a central tenet of the Boy Scouts of America since it was founded. With this in mind, Steve has worked with the Boy Scouts of America to create and build the Steve Antoline Family Conservation Trail and the coming Steve Antoline Family Conservation Center.

Professionally, Steve founded and grew Superior Highwall Miners, a worldwide company producing environmentally friendly mining systems. Since selling his company, Steve has pursued business interests such as property development, farming, natural gas development, and a cancer research diagnostics company.

Why I give...

“It’s a critical time in the path of our country. We need to invest in our future leaders. Scouting is working with these youths, teaching them ethics and standards that one day will help them become the future leaders of our country.”
‒ Steve Antoline