Steven Imke


Steven Imke joined the Coast Guard, after high school where he learned to repair computer systems. While in the Guard, he married his wife Kim (in '81). They have two boys, Josh ('83) and Hank ('91), along with a stepson, Jay ('79). In 1984, Steve joined Digital Equipment Corporation as a course developer and moved to Massachusetts. Several years later he was transferred to Colorado to become the site manager for a regional documentation and training center. In 1994 Steve left Digital to start Horizon Interactive, a documentation and training development company he sold in 1999. After a few years working for his acquirer Steve reacquired his old company as well as another company located in the mid-west, which he combined and sold in 2003. Today Steve enjoys being semi-retired. Steve and his wife founded KSI Properties which owns several investment properties. Steve also founded KSI Oil & Gas which holds his working interests in oil and gas programs throughout the US. Honey House Productions, a division of KSI Oil & Gas, is an internet financial advisory company that provides investment educational products for oil and gas investors. Steve also volunteers much of his time helping entrepreneurs obtain their goals through his involvement with SCORE and the Small Business Development Center. Steve and is wife live in Monument, Colorado.

Where to find Steven Imke online


The Investor's Guide to Investing in Direct Participation Oil and Gas Programs
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 16,250. Language: English. Published: September 27, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Personal finance / investing, Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Investments & securities / stocks
Considering investing in an oil and gas direct participation program? Before you invest, understand the potential risks and rewards. Don't be distracted by technical information and industry jargon designed to distract you. This book answers 20 key questions every investor needs to know without all the insider technical information they can live without.

Steven Imke's tag cloud