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CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL - Los Que Van Quedando (LQVQ) - Board Of Directors year 2017. Jose Negrete Board Of Director Chairman of the Annual Tamalada Event 2012. Alumni member of the class of 1978. His son was recipient of the Gates Millennium Awards:
Texas Chief Justice Richard Barajas (RET), Director of Early Admission, and Government Teacher at Cathedral High School (CHS) has announced that ten of the Center for Advanced Studies (CAS) students have been named 2014 Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS).
The goal of the GMS, which was created in 1999 with a $1 billion grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is to promote academic excellence and to provide an opportunity for outstanding minority students to reach their highest potential.
Our students were selected from a national applicant pool of 50,000 who demonstrated financial need, the highest academic standards, innovative community service, and exceptional leadership qualities. JOSE NEGRETE son of Jose was named to the award.
The Cathedral students named 2014 Gates Millennium Scholars are Jorge A. Barrio, Jose-Roberto Delgado, Martin Jeffers, Anthony J. Jewett, Aldo M. Jordan, Oscar Loya, Jose A. Negrete, Christian Ortiz, Isaac M. Sotelo, and David P. Torres. These ten CHS seniors, all of which are El Paso Community College dual- credit students, are part of the twenty one Gates Scholars that the CAS has produced since 2009 bringing the total Scholars named at the school to an unprecedented thirty one. Last year CHS produced six GMS from the Class of 2013.
The CHS Center for Advanced Studies has become known for developing one the largest concentrations of educational talent along the Texas/Mexico border. For the last two years, CHS has been the most represented GMS scholarship recipient in the state of Texas and, second in the nation.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation established this initiative to encourage and support students in completing college and in continuing on to earn masters and doctoral degrees. The awards enable thousands of young Americans to attend undergraduate and graduate institutions of their choice and prepare them to assume important roles as leaders in their professions and in their communities.

The Board of La Cate Members thanks Jose for helping and assisting our cause and congratulate him, and his wife for supporting our efforts. We can always count on Don Jose. Thank you

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Cathedral High School -CHS LQVQ - BOD 2017. Phil Pineda Cathedral High School -CHS LQVQ - Board Of Directors 2017 Tamalada/Irish Open committee chairman 2016-2017


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Cathedral High School -Cathedral High Sschool Los Que Van Quedando Alumni Association (LQVQ) - Board of Director for 2017. Mr. Bradley Roe, CHS graduated of 1958 and has held LQVQ office such as president for 9 years. He has been on the Tamalada Scholarship committee for 12 years.
Bradley graduated from Cathedral High School in1958, entered UTEP 1964, and was awarded a Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering degree in 1964.
Bradley married the former Bambina Saroldi in 1964, and their children are: Bradley Lewis married to Sandra Chavaria, and the grandchildren are: Caira, Bradle, Adriana; Gina married to Jim Davis, son Jonpaul is single; Carina married Miguel Sáez, and the grandchildren are Isabella, and Giana.
Bradley held many career positions to include; US Army Corps Engineers 1964-66, and while with Robert E McKee he worked on several different projects such as the Engineer Student Union Bldg. The Ticket Baggage at the East Satellite airport 1966-70. Bradley also worked for: Cremens  Engineering 1970-74; Conde Engineering 1974-78; Bradley Roe General Contractor Custom Homes Medical Complexes 1978-2014, and Roe Engineering subdivision work grading drainage water sewer all surveying to include construction staking in 1982-2014

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CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL - Los Que Van Quedando (LQVQ) - Year 2017. Sergio Angulo,is on the Board Of Directors at Cathedral and is the El Paso Historical Society committee member representing the Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico.
Sergio graduated from Cathedral in 1959, He is a published author of several historical books.
[1]Ciudad Juárez (Spanish pronunciation: [sjuˈðað ˈxwaɾes], /ˈhwɑːrɛz/ WHAH-rez; Juarez City) is the largest city in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. Commonly referred to by locals as simply Juárez, and known as Paso del Norte (Pass of the North) until 1888, Juárez is the seat of the municipality of Juárez with an estimated population of 1.5 million people. The city lies on the Rio Grande (Río Bravo del Norte), south of El Paso, Texas, United States. Together with the surrounding areas, the cities form El Paso–Juárez, the second largest binational metropolitan area on the Mexico–U.S. border (after San Diego–Tijuana), with a combined population of over 2.7 million people.

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CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL - Los Que Van Quedando (LQVQ) - Year 2017. Andres Portillo, Board Of Directors CHS class of 1955; LQVQ Past President, White Sands Missile Range Hall of Fame Award 2013, Tamalada/Irish Open committee member, present chairman of the Cathedral High School Scholarship Committee. Married to the former Irma Samaniego a Loretto Graduate class of 1956.

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CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL - Los Que Van Quedando (LQVQ) - Year 2017. John Armendarize attended parochial schools in El Paso, Texas
John R. Armendariz is a Cathedral High School graduate of the class of 1959. John attended the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) where he received his degree. He was awarded a Masters of Science in Engineering, plus 30 hours. Johnny was born in El Paso, Texas on 6 July 1941. Johnny joined the Texas National Guard and served four years. John served as a mathematician and division supervisor for the United States Army Ari Defense Artillery School (USAADASch) at Fort Bliss, Texas. Upon retirement Johnny was teaching at Park University at Ft. Bliss, Texas. Johnny is married to Elaine and they have two sons and two daughters.

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CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL - Los Que Van Quedando (LQVQ) - Year 2017
JULIUS LOWENBERG
Born April 15 1934
Graduated from St. Patricks Grade School 1948
Graduated from Cathedra High School 1952
Captain of football team
Ist team All City Football team
Married Homecoming Queen Irene Villalobos
Coached St. Patrick's teams from 1953 to 1960
While at St. Pats won 11 titles in football ,basketball and softball
Named CYO coach of the year 7 different times
Graduated Texas Western (UTEP) 1960
Started Athletic program at Canutillo High School 1960
Won 19 district championships in football, basketball ,track and cross country
Won 2 Texas Stated championships in Cross Country
Coached Cathedral High School 1974-1976
Coached University of Nuevo Leon in Monterey Mexico 1977
Coached Gadsden High School 1978-1979
As a football coach record was 106-50-4
As a basketball coach record was 57-18
Track coach record 11 district championship
Started Julius Lowenberg Construction in 1979
Have served on El Paso Parks and Recreation Board
Cathedral Alumni Association(LQVQ) Board
President of LQVQ ????
El Paso Community Foundation Board
Member of the Knights of Columbus
El Paso County Coaches Association Board
President El Paso County Coaches Association
El Paso Diocesan Foundation Board
National Association of Remodelers Board
El Paso Remodelers Association Board
El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame Board
Elected to El Paso Athletic Hall of Fame 1999
National Contractor of the Year 1994
National Contractor of the Year 2003
Regional Vice President of the National Association of Remodelers 1994 to 2000
Elected President of the National Association of Remodelers 2002
Chairman of National Association of Remodelers 2003
Named the new Canutillo stadium COACH JULIUS AND IRENE LOWENBERG EAGLE STADIUM 2006
Married 65 years ,children Cathy, Julius III (Camille) ,Debbie ,Veronica (Danny),
Eric (Angie) and Eileen (George)
17 grand children and 2 great grandchildren

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