Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas
Tuesday, February 18, 2003
Cano celebrates third birthday
Esmerlda Cano celebrated her third birthday with her brothers, Christopher
Carrillo and Pedro Cano and her sisters, Maria and Gaby Cano, along with
friends and family to help her celebrate.
Theme for the special event was Scooby-Do.
Esmerlda received many gifts and one of her favorite gifts was a bicycle
given to her by her Nana, Laura Gonzales.
She is the daughter of Crissy Cano.
Maternal grandparents are Linda and Calis Lopez and Raul and Dolores Reyes.
Paternal grandparents are Laura and Gilbert Gonzales.
Carrillo named Officer of the Month
The Reeves County Detention Center is proud to announce that Officer Gilbert
Carrillo has been selected as Correctional Officer of the Month for February.
Carrillo attended Messey Business College in Houston, receiving a degree
His past employment experience includes working as a Code Welder, Superintendent
for Area Tanks in Odessa, and vice president of Kode Liners and Tanks in
Carrillo is a member of the Mason Organization in Irving, and a member
of the Evening Optimist Club in Pecos.
His hobbies ire playing golf and watching all types of sports.
Carrillo is married to Mary Carrillo of Toyah and the couple are the proud
parents of three children, Ramon, Robert and Roy and five grandchildren.
Officer Carrillo began his employment with the Reeves County Detention
Center on Feb. 19, 2002, and will be promoted to Correctional Officer II
this month following his one year anniversary.
"Officer Carrillo's willingness to accept additional responsibilities
and his determination to succeed has earned him this award," said RCDC Warden
As a Correctional Officer, Carrillo's primary responsibility is to maintain
security and control of the institution.
"Mr. Carrillo has continuously executed this responsibility in the highest
respect, and has always taken great pride in his position with the Reeves
County Detention Center," said Franco. "He has proven to be an effective
leader and mentor to all new staff assigned to the Custody Department," he
"His understanding of all posts pertaining to custody has been a tremendous
asset in the training of new staff members," said Franco. "His dedication
to the Reeves County Detention Center is outstanding," he said.
"It is a pleasure to be associated with an individual such as Officer
Carrillo, who exhibits such professionalism," said Franco. "We wish him continued
success in his career with the Reeves County Detention Center," he said.OFFICER
Dance to collect trip funds set
A Three D.J. Dance is scheduled from 8 p.m. until 2 a.m., Saturday, Feb.
22, at the Riverside Ballroom.
The dance will feature three different D.J.'s, including two from Odessa
and Ricky Barreno of Pecos. A cover charge of $5 will be assessed.
The dance is being held as a fundraiser for the Pecos High School senior
trip, scheduled for after graduation.
York M. "Smokey" Briggs, Publisher
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