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Reeve Bright '70 was recently ...
Reeve Bright '70 was recently honored with the Hobart and William Smith Life of Consequence award during a celebration for alums in Palm Beach, Fla.
, together with the alumni and friends of Hobart
and William Smith, we recognize you for your service to community, your state, and the nation.
We are honored to call you a man of Hobart
and to present you with the inaugural Life of Consequence Award.
Yours is truly a life of consequence."
Bright, who has practiced law since 1988, currently works as a partner and attorney at Bright Pack & Associates.
Recognized for his notable pro bono efforts, he has served as an attorney for the Republican Party of Florida and the Republican Party of Palm Beach County, earning the organization's Outstanding Republican Award.
A Palm Beach County Blood Bank 60+ gallon donor, he is a founding member of the Kiwanis Club of Delray Beach and is active in the Episcopal Dioceses as both a vestryman and member of the property loan and investment committee.
He also serves as a member of the Hebron Academy Board of Trustees, is a national board member of the Lupus Foundation and is a former member of the Board at St. Joseph's Episcopal School.
At Hobart College, Bright majored in political science and served as editor of the H Book.
A lifetime member of the Statesmen Athletic Association, he earned varsity letters in three sports: track, swimming and soccer, earning the three-year Letter Award for soccer.
As former president and treasurer of Kappa Alpha Society, Bright has since served as president of the KA Alumni Corporation.
Early Palm Beach County voters tough it out at rainy, crowded polls: South Florida Sun-Sentinel
"There were no similarities whatsoever," said Reeve Bright, a lawyer for the Republicans.
Hebron Academy ~ Board of Trustees
Reeve Bright, Esq.
Delray couple learn to cope with lupus: South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Reeve Bright said.
"You start questioning yourself and your own mind," she
"Something you can define, you can deal with," Reeve Bright
said.Reeve Bright, a Delray Beach attorney, says it hasn't been easy.He
took their son to school every day and to school events."Life is not what it was, and it changes your whole lifestyle," he
They can't sit by the pool because she
can't be in the sun, for instance.
"You have to get involved and try and understand," Reeve Bright
...When Reeve Bright was national chairman of the Lupus Foundation of America in Washington from 2002 to 2004, they traveled the world.
"We made wonderful friends we never would have known," he
wife said she
starts each day by saying, "It will be a good day."
"In the end, the system is going to work and Bush is going to carry Florida," said Reeve Bright, an attorney for the local Republican Party.