WEDNESDAY NIGHTS FROM 7 - 9 PM
Perdue’s Perspective will focus on societal issues our culture faces today. Some of the issues we will look at are parental ego and the affect it has on their athletic children. Many aspects of his books; Parental Ego and the High School and Youth Athlete and Held Accountable by God will be brought up and discussed in this program. The issue of mental illness is a major problem Steve has talked openly about and will continue to address in this show. Hunger and homelessness, especially when it comes to children and the veterans are dear to Steve’s heart. This will also be part of Perdue’s Perspective. Steve is also available for your group and is scheduling speaking engagements for youth and high school athletic programs and also churches and schools.
Steve is a 1975 graduate of Monte Vista High School and has lived in the East County all of his adult life. He has been a high school football and baseball coach in San Diego County for over 30 years, including 7 years as the baseball coach at Valhalla High School where his teams won 3 league titles and a CIF title, all the first in school history in a major sport and also won a league title as the head football coach at Foothills Christian High School in 2008. His win loss record at Foothills in his two years there was 19-6. His career record as a high school baseball coach was 197-67-2. Steve also spent two years at Southwestern Community College as the Quarterback coach in 2010 and 2011.
Steve also wrote for the old Daily California for three years covering prep sports and the San Diego Chargers. He has written and published two books; Parental Ego and the High School and Youth Athlete and Held Accountable by God. Both books will play a tremendous part in the discussions of his show,
Steve will graduate with high honors March 24 of this year with a bachelor and master’s degree in general psychology from Capella University and has been accepted in the graduate school at Liberty University where he will pursue a degree in pastoral counseling.
Steve and his wife of 33 years Natalie have two grown children; Troy 32 and Aubree Mascari, 30, son-in-law Danny, along with a chocolate lab RBI, and a six month old shih tsu puppy named Chloe and a 4 year old cat Bailey. Steve and his wife attend Skyline Church and live in Rancho San Diego. Steve can be reached at