Board Of Trustees

J. T. TREVINO    |     Chairman / Active Fire Trustee

Mr. Trevino was recently re-elected in June 2015 to serve as Active Fire Trustee of the Fire and Police Pension Fund. He is currently a Fire Engineer in the San Antonio Fire Department. Mr. Trevino currently serves on the Fund's Personnel/Audit Committee.
JIM SMITH    |     Vice Chairman / Active Police Trustee

Jim is a graduate of Kent State University where he graduated in 1987. After graduation he was commissioned into the U.S. Army as a Second Lieutenant, Medical Service Corps officer. Jim remained on active duty until 1992 when he joined the San Antonio Police Department. He currently holds the rank of Sergeant where he supervises the Asset Forfeiture unit. Jim served 6 years as an Executive Board member of the San Antonio Police Officers Association until he was elected as a trustee to the San Antonio Fire and Police Pension Fund in 2010. Jim currently serves on the Investment Committee, Personnel/Audit Committee, and is Chairman of the Legislative Committee. Jim is also a board member of TEXPERS, where he chairs their Legislative committee, and a member of the Texans for Secure Retirement (TSR).
W. REED WILLIAMS    |     Mayoral Designee / Secretary

Born in 1947, Reed was raised in Gatesville, Texas graduating from Gatesville High School in 1965. Reed graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1969 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. While in graduate business school at UT, Reed was commissioned in the U. S. Army reserves in 1971 and honorably discharged at the rank of Captain on 1979. Reed joined Tesoro Petroleum Corporation in 1973 where he held numerous operating positions until 1993 at which time he was Group Vice President of Refining, Marketing and Supply. In 1993 Reed joined Diamond Shamrock that subsequently became Ultramar Diamond Shamrock (UDS). At UDS, Reed was involved in corporate development, operations planning, pipeline operations, and product supply and trading. Reed joined Frontier Oil Corporation in 2000 as Executive Vice President of Refining and Marketing managing the operations of two refining systems in Wyoming and Kansas. Reed retired from Frontier Oil Corporation in 2006 and has been actively involved in private agribusiness including timber operations, farming, and viticulture. After retirement, Reed represented District 8 on the San Antonio City Council from 2009 to 2013 and served on the San Antonio Water System Board of Directors from 2013 to 2015.
DEAN R. PEARSON    |     Active Fire Trustee

Dean was first elected in April 2012 to serve as Active Fire Trustee of the Fire and Police Pension Fund, and was re-elected in May 2013. He is currently a Fire Engineer in the San Antonio Fire Department. Dean currently serves on the Fund's Investment Committee and Legislative Committee.
JAMES FOSTER    |     Active Police Trustee

Jimmy Foster joined the police department in 1988. He was promoted to Detective in 1995 and is currently assigned to the Robbery Task Force Unit. He is currently serving a second term on the San Antonio Police Officer’s Association as an Executive Board Member. Jimmy was currently elected to the San Antonio Fire & Police Pension Fund board, and serves on the Funds Disability Committee and Legislative Committee.
LARRY A. REED    |     Retired Fire Trustee

Larry Reed is a Retired Fire Department Captain and represents the Retired Firefighters as Trustee on the Fire and Police Pension Fund. He previously served as the Active Firefighter Trustee from 1985-1999 and the Fund's Executive Director from 1999-2003. In addition, Larry was elected by Firefighter Pension Funds across Texas as a Director of the Texas Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems (TEXPERS) from 1998-2005. In 2010, he was again elected to the TEXPERS Board of Directors. He has also served on the Board of Directors of the Generations Community Federal Credit Union for over 20 years. Larry is a 1976 graduate of the University of Texas-San Antonio with a BBA in Finance. Larry currently serves on the Legislative Committee, Investment Committee, and is Chairman of the Disability Committee.
HARRY GRIFFIN    |     Retired Police Trustee

Assistant Chief of Police Harry Griffin retired in 2010 after 34 years of service with the San Antonio Police Department. Additionally, Harry served as a Board Member with the Fire and Police Pension Fund during the last 19 years of his service as a police officer.Harry graduated from Texas State University in 1974 with a Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement and from the 199th FBI National Academy in 1999. He served as a council member for the City of Selma Texas from 1990-2000, a suburb of San Antonio. Harry currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Center for Health Care Services, Bexar County’s local mental health authority, and serves as Treasurer. The Center, a governmental entity, employs 800 mental health professionals and serves the 1.5 million persons residing in Bexar County Texas. Additionally, Harry was appointed to the Texas Risk Management Fund, in 2010, and serves on the Fund’s Investment Committee. Harry was recently re-elected as the Police Retiree Representative for the San Antonio Fire and Police Pension Fund, to a four-year term beginning June 1, 2015. Harry serves on the Pension Fund's Disability Committee, Investment Committee, and is Chairman of the Personnel/Audit Committee. Harry has been married to his wife Katherine for 39 years and together they have two children, Patrick and Karry.
WILLIAM "CRUZ" SHAW    |     Councilman

A native of Houston, Texas, Councilman William H. ("Cruz") Shaw III has a passion for helping people in his community. This passion is reflected in his educational, professional, and public service pursuits. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, with a focus on juvenile corrections, from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1999. Councilman Shaw has also earned 33 graduate credit hours towards a Master of Arts in Public Policy from the same institution. Councilman Shaw served his country as a Yeoman Second Class in the United States Navy Reserves from 2003 until 2011. While in the Reserves, Shaw served in San Antonio and Singapore. He graduated from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University in 2009, and he was admitted to the State Bar of Texas that same year. While in law school, Shaw was a member of the Hispanic Law Student Association and the Black Law Student Association. He also participated in the Criminal Defense Legal Clinic in 2008 and 2009. Councilman Shaw opened his own law practice in the heart of District 2 in September 2010, the Law Office of William H. Shaw. He handles criminal defense, real estate, probate, and personal injury. Prior to opening his own law practice, Shaw was a law clerk and attorney in the Law Office of Johnny W. Thomas from 2008 until 2010. In addition to managing his law practice, he also teaches contracts, criminal law, English composition, ethics, and social programs at Brightwood College, where he has taught since 2011. Councilman Shaw has a passion for speaking to community groups and organizations on a variety of topics such as wills and estate planning, gun violence and police and community relations. Councilman Shaw is actively involved in the San Antonio legal and political community. He is a member of the Rotary Club of San Antonio, and he served as the Chairman of the San Antonio Zoning Commission as well as the San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside (SAGE) Board. He previously served as Vice President of the San Antonio Black Lawyers Association, and he is also a member of the San Antonio Bar Association. Councilman Shaw is married to Michelle Shaw and is an active parishioner of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.
CLAYTON PERRY    |     Councilman

Clayton Perry was elected to San Antonio's City Council for District 10 in June 2017. Councilman Perry began his journey in Giddings, Texas. His father, Hays Perry owned a plumbing company where the younger Perry worked after school and during summers. After attending Giddings High School, he earned his Bachelor of Science in Building Construction from Texas A&M University in 1979. During his time at Texas A&M, Councilman Perry was a part of the Corps of Cadets in the Fight’n Texas Aggie Band. After receiving his degree, Councilman Perry began his career in the military as an Air Force Civil Engineer. He served almost 21 years and retired from Headquarters, Air Education and Training Command at Randolph Air Force Base as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2000. During this time, Councilman Perry earned his Master’s Degree in Aerospace Technology from Embry Riddle. His most memorable accomplishment was in Europe where he programmed, designed, and oversaw construction of the facilities in support of the first Ground Launched Cruise Missile Wing at RAF Greenham Common in England. Councilman Perry has more than 30 years of experience in all aspects of construction including environmental engineering and remediation where he has been responsible for directing entire programs, project management, marketing and business development organizations within the industry. When he was not working on large-scale engineering and construction projects, Councilman Perry was active in his community. He served on his neighborhood association board and as president, Northeast Neighborhood Alliance member, membership secretary and secretary, and as the District 10 representative and chairman on the Building Standards Board, and 2017-2022 Bond Committee. Councilman Perry has three children: Beau, Amanda, and Devon; all of whom he is extremely proud of their accomplishments. He is also the grandfather to five children, Madilyn, Vivian, Kimberlyn, Kaden, and Caleb. When he is not serving the residents of District 10, he can be found on the lake or visiting his family.