Donor Spotlight | Steve Nordeck
Steve Nordeck was a longtime resident and business owner who loved the San Juan Capistrano community. Active in the annual Swallows Day Parade and Chili Cook Off events, to name just a few, his heartfelt passion for the community was always evident. He was also the managing owner of the Swallow’s Inn and El Adobe de Capistrano restaurant and managing partner of Mission Promenade. Steve was a riding member of the El Viaje de Portola, also known as the Portola Riders, a men’s Western heritage group, started by Rancho Mission Viejo CEO Tony Moiso and his business partner, Gilbert Aguirre.
Always philanthropically minded, Steve was a grateful patient who, upon his passing from cancer, provided a generous bequest that will be used to support the Judi and Bill Leonard Institute for Cancer Prevention, Treatment and Wellness at Providence Mission Hospital.
“Steve Nordeck was a great business partner and an even greater friend,” shared Tony. “His caring for Providence Mission Hospital and for the south Orange County community was and remains special.”
In gratitude for the legacy he has left, we recognize Steve Nordeck as a member of the Summit Society.
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