Richard S. Tucker

Richard Tucker, a resident of Boulder, Colorado, is an arbitrator and a retired partner of the Texas-based law firm of Jackson Walker, LLP. He graduated from the University of Texas with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and earned his law degree at SMU.   Richard served as the mayor of the Town of Argyle, Texas from 2001-07 and was responsible for the creation of the Argyle Bluegrass Festival.  Richard was a founding board member and past president of The Foundation for Bluegrass Music, Inc., a tax-exempt organization affiliated with the International Bluegrass Music Association that is dedicated to fostering awareness of bluegrass music with a focus on youth and education.  Richard has also been actively involved with organizations including the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Fort Worth Symphony Association, the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth Foundation, and the Planning Commission of the City of Fort Worth.

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