1/20 Hire El Paso First
2/20 Gold Nugget Ceremony
3/20 Photo Prospect House
4/20 UTEP Centennial Weekend - El Paso, Texas
5/20 Chamber Gala
6/20 Glory Road
7/20 Coach Don Haskins
8/20 UTEP Regents Dinner
9/20 Joe Gomez with Willie Worsley
10/20 Joe Gomez favorite quote
11/20 Boy Scout Dinner
12/20 Joe Gomez and Laura , Polo Fundraiser
13/20 Aaron Gomez with wife, Linda
14/20 Joe Gomez with Rudy
15/20 Joe Gomez with Painting of Don Haskins
16/20 Hispanos Triunfadores 2013
17/20 Lauren Gomez Barlow water polo/Joe Gomez's granddaughter
18/20 Joe Gomez 2006 El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame Induction
19/20 Joe Gomez Most Valuable Player 1960 Little League
20/20 El Paso County Historical Sociey Hall of Honor Induction
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