ALAN W. DREEBEN
Mr. Alan W. Dreeben is a Partner at Republic National Distributing Company and sits on the Board of Directors. In addition he is an Advisory Director at Cullen Frost Bank and is a member of the Executive Committee for the Texas Business Leadership Council. As a graduate from The University of Texas at Austin, Mr. Dreeben remains an active alumnus. He is a member of the Chancellor’s Council and served as Chairman of the Executive Committee for the University of Texas/Texas System. Mr. Dreeben is also on the Advisory Council for the McCombs School of Business, where he served as Chairman and endowed two Forty Acre Scholarships. In addition, Mr. Dreeben is an MSB Foundation Trustee at the McCombs school of Business and is on the Development Board for the University of Texas.
Throughout his career, Mr. Dreeben has taken on numerous leadership positions within his community. He was on the Alamo Heights High School Board of Trustees for six years; he was on the Board of Trustees of the University of the Incarnate Word for 12 years, where the University name their Dreeben School of Education in his honor. He was Chairman of the Cattle Baron Gala for the American Cancer Society, Director of Any Baby Can, and was a member of the Regional Board of Directors for the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas. In addition, Mr. Dreeben is the Co-Chairperson and Founder of the San Antonio Symphony Wine Auction, Board Member of the Santa Rosa’s Children’s Hospital Foundation, a member of the Corporate Circle and Chairman of the Texas Biomedical Institute, and Division Chairman and Executive Committee Member of the United Way.
Mr. Dreeben received his BBA from The University of Texas at Austin and an MBA, from Harvard University “Executive Program”. He lives in San Antonio, Texas with his wife Barbara, and they have three daughters, three son-in laws, and nine grandchildren.
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