Physician, columnist, observant traveler, and philanthropist
Born in 1947, he's written a handful of books and over 150 articles for various newspapers and magazines. His favorite topics to write about are Travel, History, Culture and Science.
"Everyone has something to offer.
Everyone has worth. The future is always coming."
"Going My Way? Tales of Travel"
Now available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and coming soon to Apple Book Store.
Whether readers are standing with my friends on the cliffs of Pointe du Hoc, bellying up to the bar in the Wild West, or participating in some other interesting travel experience, one thing is certain: they won’t be bored.
Come explore Lake Joseph in Ontario, Pearl Harbor, Ancient Israel, San Francisco, Seattle, San Diego, Chicago, New Orleans, New York, Washington, DC and Charleston, SC. Ride motorcycles, planes and automobiles, go hitch hiking or even play golf, all in this book. Explore Jeckyll Island, Brookgreen Gardens or Hobcaw Plantation. Learn some history and insider stories. Its all here.
"I've developed a rich friendship with Steve over the years. We used to travel to Switzerland every year for almost a decade to meet other business leaders., and Steve was ,edical and financial expert. It came as a surprise in 2013 when he unearthed another talent – writing newspaper articles."
February 15, 2021
Former Mayor of Florence, SC
"I've known Dr. Imbeau for years, I have immensely enjoyed our conversations and debates over lunch together, and although I thought I knew him well, this book uncovers many, many aspects of his life I had no clue about."
March 5, 2021
Co-Founder of BluFish IT Solutions
"Steve Imbeau's writing is well worth the read. He is an engaging and clever author. He writes with a southern tone and entertains you as he educates you. I highly recommend his work and this great book that you will enjoy and reread over and over again."
E. C. Irvin
MD, MBA Author of "Physicians Should Talk"
Stephen Imbeau was born on November 25, 1947 in Portland, Oregon. He spent most of his childhood growing up in Oakland, California before attending college at the University of California Berkeley. Upon graduating, he enrolled at the University of California San Francisco Medical School where he received his Doctorate of Medicine in May of 1973.
Six years later, he married the love of his life, Shirley Ruth Burke. With both of them born and raised far from the East Coast, it was a major decision to leave everything they knew and move to Florence, South Carolina in 1980.