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July 22, 2018

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December 17, 2017
I will never forget you nor your teachings. You instilled a love for classic literature of Spain and Mexico that still thrives in me today. While teaching my social studies students about "Los Reyes Catolicos," I remember your love for teaching about them when you taught Spanish IV at HMK during the 70's. That was my best memory of my high school days. Thank God for you.
January 7, 2017
My deepest sympathy on the loss of your beautiful wife and friend to all. Dalia Salazar ( Music Teacher at Kleberg School when Armando was principal).
January 7, 2017
Our sincern sympathy to the Salazar family. Grace was a beautiful person inside and out - always smiling. Blessings to all - Emeterio and Evita de Leon ( childhood friends to Armando Sr.- neighbors)
January 2, 2017
Grace, you were my teacher in the 70's at HMK, then later my co-worker there, then lastly my friend and confidante. You taught me so much and instilled a love for literature and for learning. You are missed, admired, respected, and loved. I will never forget you nor your lessons. God bless.
Cynthia Quintanilla
Kingsville, TX