Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide for Reeves County, Trans-Pecos, Big Bend of West Texas
Friday, Feb. 20, 1998
Degrees, honors noted at A&M
Diplomas were awarded to more than 3,000 Texas A&M
University graduates during December commencement ceremonies.
The degrees were presented at three separate ceremonies.
Featured speakers at the ceremonies were Patrick H. Wood
III, chairman of the Public Utility Commission of Austin;
Ronald Kirk, mayor of Dallas; and U.S. Rep. Joe Barton of
Among those receiving degrees from Pecos was Roman Ortega
Gomez, a BS, in chemical engineering.
The Dean's Honor Roll recognizes students taking at least 15
semester hours who have maintained at least a 3.75 grade
point ratio (GPR) out of a possible 4.0 during themost
recent grading period.
A second designation, "Distinguished Student," recognizes
students who earned a 3.25 to 3.75 GPR while taking at least
15 hours. Among those recognized from Pecos was, Elizabeth
Montgomery who is pursuing a degree in biochemistry.
Royal court chosen
Rocky Lozoya and Bianca Baeza were crowned Valentine's Day
King and Queen at Pecos Elementary School recently. The two
were chosen by popular vote. Lozoya is the son of Delma and
Estevan Lozoya and Baeza is the daughter of Geneva Rayos and
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