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In Recognition Of Chabot College Women’S Basketball Team March 26, 2015
Eric Swalwell, D-CA
"On Sunday, March 22, the Gladiators of Chabot gave Mt. San Antonio College their first loss of the year in the championship game. This was the Gladiator’s first state championship, but we know that it will not be their last. Prior to this year, Mt. San Antonio had won six of the last ten state championships."
Honoring The Life Of John Mockler March 26, 2015
Jim Costa, D-CA
"Born on October 2, 1941 in Chicago and raised in Harbison Canyon near San Diego, Mockler was the son of William and Jane Mockler and had three sisters: Elsie, Lynn and Virginia. Mockler attended the University of San Francisco at 16, and subsequently graduated from University of California, Santa Barbara with a degree in Economics. A lifelong Democrat, Mockler cut his teeth in San Francisco politics, where he became active in union politics and was the executive director of the Youth Against 14 campaign in 1964. Proposition 14 would have made it legal to discriminate against home buyers on the basis of race."
In Recognition Of Chief John Amoroso March 26, 2015
David Valadao, R-CA
"Chief Amoroso was born on June 10, 1956 in San Francisco, California. He graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in 1974. He went on to attend the College of the Sequoias on a baseball scholarship, where he earned an Associate of Science Degree."
Recognizing Jeanne Burton Israel March 25, 2015
Henry Cuellar, D-TX
"A San Antonio native, Jeanne moved to Atascosa County in 1982, becoming the first female Fuel and Ash Operator at San Miguel Electric Power Plant. Two years later she relocated to her current home of Pleasanton. After twelve years at San Miguel Electric, Jeanne Israel started Errand Girl Services, a courier service in Pleasanton. Her position as a small business owner propelled her into local politics and in 2000 she served as Treasurer for the Atascosa County MHMR."
Honoring Roger Garza March 25, 2015
Henry Cuellar, D-TX
"A lifelong resident of Atascosa County, Mr. Garza attended Jourdanton Elementary and graduated from Pleasanton Independent Schools. After graduating, Roger enrolled in San Antonio College where he studied oil painting, still life portraits, and photography. With a keen interest in and talent for art, Mr. Garza went on to open Pleasanton Floral Photography and Tuxedo in 1975, which he still owns and operates today."

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