From 1972 to 2001, Stephen Fiverson served as president and CEO of Colt Corporation, a corporate entity that includes among its subsidiaries, companies involved in packaging, storage, warehousing, equipment leasing, logistics, and distribution. Before becoming chief executive officer at Colt, Stephen attended Pennsylvania State University, where in 1965, he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. At Penn State, Fiverson actively participated in such organizations as the Daily Collegian, the Daily Newspaper, AEPi, and Hillel. After attending Pennsylvania State University, Fiverson decided he wanted to study law. He was accepted to Rutgers School of Law in Newark, New Jersey, where he eventually obtained his Juris Doctor in 1968. At school, he consistently proved he was a dedicated student. Mr. Fiverson has also been linked with numerous charities and organizations. Some of these include: United Jewish Appeal, Prostate Cancer Foundation, Temple Bnai Abraham, Mass. General Hospital, Israel Bonds, Community Chest, Museum of Jewish Heritage, Palm Healthcare Foundation, Albert Einstein College of Medicine ["Founder"], Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, National Association of Chemical Distributors, Board Member, Northeast Chemical Distributors Council President, Independent Liquid Terminals Association, South Kearny Industrial Association, and board member and founder, Young Presidents Organization. When he’s not contributing his time to charities and other organizations, Stephen Fiverson enjoys golfing and traveling. In addition, Stephen has an interest in antiques and old collectibles.