Dr. Bryan Foulk, Class of 1976

Bryan FoulkBryan Foulk is a 1976 (Spirit of ’76) graduate, was a National Honor Society member, a three-year Letterman on the wrestling team and was an outstanding shop student where he placed in the top five in the State of Arizona Plymouth Automobile Trouble Shooting Team.

Bryan Foulk became the person he was meant to be. He is a generous man with a heart to care. He is one who doesn’t look to take — but to put back good. It would be easy to note Bryan’s successful dental practice, but more admirable is his many, many contributions to our community and his efforts to make our city stronger. For over 30 years, Dr. Foulk has donated time, dental skills and financial resources to numerous charities, including over one million dollars in cash and goods. Bryan has served to strengthen our valley by giving time and leadership to various committees, boards, and youth baseball and soccer organizations, including chairman and vice

Bryan has served to strengthen our valley by giving time and leadership to various committees, boards, and youth baseball and soccer organizations, including chairman and vice chairman-elect of the Metropolitan Water District (second largest water provider in Southern Arizona), Public Policy Chairperson for Davis-Monthan-50 (which seeks to preserve jobs and strengthen the economy of Tucson), Southern Arizona Defense Alliance, Kids in Need Foundation, Youth On their Own (YOTO), and the list goes on.

As a result, Bryan has been named by Tucson Weekly as one of eight Local Heroes of the Year for his volunteerism, YOTO Man of the Year, United States Air Force as Hometown Hero of the Year, and much more. Bryan continues to be a proud SHS Cougar and proud Tucsonan. At Sahuaro, it has been his non-attention seeking efforts throughout the decades like contributing resources and serving on reunion committees, and opening his home to hosting some of those reunions.

Bryan’s heart has been enlarged – some of his traits not so hard to come by: hard work, ethics, and leadership, but most of all a spirit of benevolence born of generosity – a charitable heart! With a service-oriented nature, first instilled by his mother, he looks beyond himself and looks to give back – without looking to get back


 

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