Climbing high Businessman reaches pinnacles for charity

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Posted: January 5, 2013

The Winchester Star

For the 2012 Climb for Kids trip, DuBrueler reached the top of two mountains in Mexico — Pico de Orizaba, 18,491 feet, and Iztaccihuatl, 17,160 feet.
Steve DuBrueler of Winchester climbs a mountain in Mexico as part of Climb for Kids, a program in which a group of real-estate agents from across the country raise money for children’s charities in conjunction with mountain-climbing expeditions.
These views were made from the summits of mountains in Mexico tackled by seven Climb for Kids team members and one guide during a week-long expedition. Steve DuBrueler of Winchester was one of five team members to reach the summits of Pico de Orizaba, 18,491 feet tall, and Iztaccihuatl, 17,160 feet.

Winchester — There is nothing quite like looking down on the earth from the top of a mountain, especially one you have just climbed.

Steve DuBrueler, 42, of Winchester experienced that feeling...



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