• San Marino Tribune’s Citizen of the Year


    Acknowledging decades of contributions to not only the San Marino community but also to his country, family and in the sphere of his professional outreach, the San Marino Tribune proudly names long-time resident Alan Steinbrecher as our Citizen of the Year for 2010. And as a volunteer for numerous charities and her husband’s top supporter, wife Millie deserves special mention – we’re quite certain Alan wouldn’t have it any other way.

    Locally, Steinbrecher served as president of San Marino National Little League for the 1998-99 season, followed by a term as 1999-2000 president of the San Marino Schools Foundation. He served as a Senior Warden at St. Edmund’s Episcopal Church from 2003-05 and is a trustee and member of the Polytechnic School Executive Committee since 2002.
    Professionally, Steinbrecher is a partner, Steinbrecher & Span, which opened its doors last year. Previously, he ran his own firm from 2005-09 after twenty years as a partner at Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker from 1985-2005. Recently, he was named president of the 25,000-member Los Angeles County Bar Association and is a delegate to the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference………..
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