30th Cluster Reunion: October 11–14, 2012!

Kimberly Morris is now a certified acceptance agent, assisting people who need an individual tax identification number in her community of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. This service helps both U.S. citizens with foreign family members and Mexican citizens needing a tax ID for school, tax filing, and other reasons.

Although she was reluctant to become a Tiger AND a Pioneer, Antonette DeLauro Smith has earned her master’s in business administration from the University of Denver, Daniels College of Business.


30th Cluster Reunion: October 11–14, 2012!

Fred Galves is being inducted into the South High School Alumni Foundation Hall of Fame in Pueblo. He graduated from Harvard Law School and served as a judicial clerk for U.S. District Court Judge John Kane in Denver, and later practiced with the firm of Holland and Hart. He has worked on national banking legislation and done pro bono work in Chile on human rights issues.

Doug Pray won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Arts and Culture Programming for his work on the documentary feature “Art & Copy.” The film reveals the behind-the-scenes stories from some of the most influential advertising talents of our time. “Art & Copy” joins the ranks of Doug’s other critically acclaimed documentary features which include “Surfwise,” “Scratch,” “Big Rig,” and “Hype!”

Patrick Risser received a national award for his leadership in trauma recovery from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.


Frederick Martinez was one of three finalists to fill a vacancy on the Colorado Supreme Court. Frederick is a partner at Hall and Evans. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper made the final selection, his first pick to the high court.


25th Reunion: October 11–14, 2012!