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Gene Steratore is an American football official in the National Football League (NFL) since 2003. He began in the league as a field judge and was promoted to referee at the start of the 2006 NFL season, one of two new referees (Jerome Boger the other) for that season, following the retirements of Bernie Kukar and Tom White. He wears uniform number 114.

Personal

Steratore is also a college basketball referee. He officiated the first-round NCAA tournament game between Albany and Virginia on March 16, 2007.

He also officiated the UCONN vs. San Diego game on March 21, 2008.

Gene has an older brother, Tony, who is also an official in the NFL assigned to the same officiating crew. Tony works as a back judge. His father, Gene Steratore Sr., was a college football official and basketball referee .

Steratore resides in Washington, Pennsylvaniamarker, where he and his brother are the co-owners of Steratore Sanitary Supplies, outside of his NFL officiating duties.

NFL career

Steratore took over briefly as referee during a December 28, 2003 regular season game between the Carolina Panthers and New York Giants after Bernie Kukar, the crew chief, was injured during a play in which he was hit in the back by the Giants' Clarence LeBlanc after a blocked punt .

Steratore worked his first NFL playoff game as a referee between the Arizona Cardinals and the Carolina Panthers on January 10, 2009.

Steratore's 2009 NFL officiating crew consists of umpire Tony Michalek, head linesman Jerry Bergman, line judge Jeff Seeman, field judge Greg Gautreaux, side judge Mike Weatherford and back judge Bob Waggoner.

References

  1. Bouchette, Ed and Collier, Gene (2005-02-03).
  2. http://www.referee.com/more/Samples/non_subscribers1207/brothers.html It's Not a Brother Thing


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