Steele has been with the company for twenty six years. After working casually for four years from the age of 17, Steele took on a full time roll in 1997. Over these 26 years, through good, reliable and professional standards, Steele has experienced working with families on multiple occasions looking after different generations of that same family. Working with the Sisters and the Clergy of the Diocese of Maitland and Newcastle has been especially rewarding as there has been many friendships forged through these close professional working relationships. Steele likes to travel and experience real life modern history, from helping in the Orphanages in New Delhi to the slums of Bombay, checking out the nuclear wasteland of Chernobyl to the streets of Russia, from the seeing the rundown hoods of Detroit to the Peace walls of shame in Belfast, Steele feels privileged to have experienced so many different life experiences.