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Master Tech Sgt. Angel Alfonso Cruz Sr. and his daughter, English Professor Norma Cruz-Gonzales, speak about Cruz's experience during his service in World War II during this college’s Memorial Day ceremony Monday in Loftin. Cruz talked about the happiness and disbelief he felt in the Pacific when he found out the Allies had won the war. Cruz-Gonzales took over for her father mid-speech when he could not speak comfortably after recent throat surgery. Cruz-Gonzales said Cruz, 94, recently was recognized by the Smithsonian Institution as one of the oldest living Hispanic veterans of World War II. Photo by Wally Perez

Master Tech Sgt. Angel Alfonso Cruz Sr. and his daughter, English Professor Norma Cruz-Gonzales, speak about Cruz's experience during his service in World War II during this college’s Memorial Day ceremony Monday in Loftin. Cruz talked about the happiness and disbelief he felt in the Pacific when he found out the Allies had won the war. Cruz-Gonzales took over for her father mid-speech when he could not speak comfortably after recent throat surgery. Cruz-Gonzales said Cruz, 94, recently was recognized by the Smithsonian Institution as one of the oldest living Hispanic veterans of World War II. Photo by Wally Perez

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The formal announcement has been delayed until the final position has been filled. By Wally Perez gperez239@student.alamo.edu After two postponements, President Robert Vela decided not to…

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