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Holy Family Parish School - 1960 Graduation Class
Father Francisco Lapieza & Sister Barbara Louise

FRONT row: Rosela Maribel, Emilio Alvarez Jr. Cecelia Chacon, Sylvia Portillo, Guillermo Ochoa, Rachael Villar, Maria Esther Silva, Patricia Constandse, Alex Acosta, Robert Natera, Patricia Soto,
Sara Natalia Escobedo, Jesus Varela, Rosa Alicia Rodriguez, Christina Jacquez

MIDDLE Row: Alicia Ibarra, Aurora Casteneda, Joaquin Olea Castro, Rosario Trejo, Maria A. Cisceros, Victor Morales, Alyda Valdez, Leticia Acosta, Irene Calderon, Rosalina E. Montemayor, Luis Navarro, Hilda Barron, Martha Navarro, Unknown boy, Maria Theresa LiaƱo

TOP Row: Carlos Prats, Edward Fierro, Martha Bernal, Salvador Anaya, Yolanda D. Monteverde
Raul Garcia, unknown girl, Ana Maria Briones, maybe Angel Beltran, maybe R. Vasquez, maybe Tomas Tercero, Aguipito Mendoza

Uploaded on 04.04.2017 by El Paso Museum of History

Central / Sunset Heights, (1960 - 1969), Education

  • religion
  • Holy Family Parish
  • Education
  • Celebration
  • Faith
  • Catholic

Many Catholic nuns served the community of El Paso, TX as teachers in parish school. They are part of Women's History.

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