Date Listed: 6/26/03 (1/15/2011)
6288 Camino Alegre
El Paso, TX 79912
Bellarmine, BA, 1972; Catholic Theological
Union, M.Div., 1976; Ed.D. Higher Ed. Admin., University of Houston, 1988.
Passionist, Ordained 1976, Houston Retreat
House, 1976-77, Casa Guadalupe, San Antonio, 1977-82. Left Passionists.
Area Coordinator, Assistant Dean of Students, Associate Dean of Students
1982-88 at University of Houston, Dean of Students at U of H -Downtown,
1988-94, Vice President for Student Affairs 1994 - present, The
University of Texas at El Paso
Married Mary Helen in 1985 (along with
Ricky and Lisa) Received dispensation and had marriage blessed in 1996.
Three grandchildren, Janie, Julia and Ricky.
I am so glad to have been contacted. Hope we
can get to people from my class. Unfortunately, other than those still
in the Community I have lost touch with them. Looking forward to
I would not trade a moment of the time I spent
in training and as a member of the Passionist Community. "The Barn" was
truly a special place that brings back many fond memories. I also was
one of the fortunate few that got to live in "Grosse Pointe" the trailer
that formed an annex between the Monastery and the Barn. The friends,
experiences and memories from that time are still amazingly fresh in my
mind. I look forward to hearing from more folks and hope to see everyone
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Date Listed: 8/3/03 (1/15/2011)
3138 E. Prince Road #5
Tucson, AZ 85716
University of Arizona, Bellarmine, St. Thomas University, Houston, TX
3 years as an Emergency Services Dispatcher
(Pomona, California), 4 years as a Director of Religious Education
(Florida and Houston), 3 years as a caseworker, 3 years auto leasing,
several years of pizza delivery and recently as a cab driver. Start as a
caseworker for a behavioral health agency in Tucson on Jan. 5th, 2004.
Two ex-wives, two bankruptcies, five children. The youngest
received a scholarship to Arizona State, two are prospering through the
Internet. One has been in trouble with the law and the other, like his
dad, has bipolar disorder.
I have very fond memories of the guys in Louisville. Not only
because of the innocence of the time and the fun we shared but because
those years were my last healthy years before the bipolar disorder
kicked in at the end of my senior year. It has been a different kind of
spirituality ever since. In spite of this, achievements have occurred. I
single-handedly caught a serial rapist. Arizona's football coach used my
plays to beat UCLA in 1990, 42-0, and USC, 38-3, in 1991 when they were
#1. And I healed a dove which had been run over by a car; when I prayed
and touched its wing it rebuilt itself from the bottom up. The next day
I attempted to heal a crippled woman but only killed a tree in the
process. Oh well. During my most recent bout of depression, I kept
singing "Yes, I shall arise"--after all these years, that song remains
with me still.
Yeah, that is me in the football picture on the left side holding
on to the another guy's shirt.
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