Some Generals Who Stand Out
There have been 52 graduating classes and more than 23,000 people graduate from Robert E. Lee over the years. Our alumni roll is filled with doctors, attorneys, CEOs, CFOs, athletes, musicians, media, teachers, PhDs, and well, you get the picture.
We’re compiling a list of some those folks who stand out even in a crowded crowd, so here is a partial list of famous Generals. To submit a name for consideration, CLICK HERE.
Omar Afra, . founder Free Press and Summer Fest, entrepreneur
Justin Avery Anderson, 2005, creator and CEO of Anderson Trail, a granola-manufacturing company he founded his junior year in high school.
Rick Bass, 1976, writer/author
Al Bettis, 1971, guitarist/musician
Andy Fickman, 1982, movie, television and Broadway producer/director
Jeff Filgo, 1985, TV producer/screenplay writer
Phil Gammage, 1975, musician
Edward “Ed” Gonzalez, 1987, Houston City Councilman; HPD (Homicide, Hostage negotiation)
Thad Grundy, 1971, former Deputy Asst. Secretary for International Affairs, U.S. Department of Energy
Melanie Hauser, 1971, sportswriter/author
Kathryn Lloyd Ketelsen, 1965, Philanthropist, founder Project Grad
Susan Lewis King, 1970, Texas state representative, Abilene
John Kolius, 1969, Olympic Silver medalist, 1976, Soling. World Class sailor.
Ronnie Laws, 1968, Jazz musician
Randy Lemmon, 1980, radio personality, KTRH
Jordan Levin, (attended Lee, graduated New Trier HS, Chicago 1985), Founding partner/CEO of Generate; youngest CEO in broadcast history (WB network).
David Lubeski, 1964, former Associated Press Broadcast Sports Director, former KTRH Sports Director
Suzanne McDaniel, 1970, victim’s rights pioneer, Harris County District Attorney’s office, deceased
Mike Quinn, 1992, Quarterback, Houston Texans and Pittsburgh Steelers
Robert K. Ritner, 1971, professor, one of the leading Egyptologists
Chip Rives, 1990, Producer, Texas Crew, ESPN’s 30-for-30 (Phi Slamma Jamma)
Steve Smyers, 1971, golf course architect
Richard Spence, 1987, former Asst. Secretary for Legislative Affairs, U.S. Small Business Administration
Sandy Stewart, 1975, singer/songwriter
Ron Stone, Jr., 1981, StoneFilms, author, reporter on KPRC-TV
Brad Tucker, 1971, President, Mustang Tractor; Chairman of the Board, Texas Children’s Hospital
Greg Watson, 1989, Vice President, Finance, Houston Texans and McNair Group
Stiles White, 1987, screenwriter
John P. White, 1991, actor
Loyd H. Wright , 1974, Harris County Judge, Probate Court 1
Bill Yeoman, 1969, Harris County Justice of the Peace, Pct. 5, retired