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Arthur Guerrero (D)

Arthur was born and raised in San Bernardino, California. Growing upand living inSouthern California gave him the opportunity to experience many areas in our great state. He continued his life in California because of the mountains, beaches, lakes, landmarks, history, and the unique people who livehere.His immediate parents and all relatives were born in California. His grandparents that he dearly loveswere born in Mexico, and whom provided him theMexican – American tradition throughout his life.His grandfather wasaBig Band musician and played in variousstates in the U.S.His father, an Army Veteran also,retired from the FAA. His mother and grandmother are very well respected.Arthur attended various elementary and middle schools intheCity of Rialto, Colton, and Redwood City, California.During his time in middle school his judgement wasto jointhe military because ofseeing how John F. Kennedy lead and cared aboutour nation during his time in office. Hefeels that defending, providing our living needs, andprotectingour countryis a very big requirement forAmerican’s. He graduatedfrom High School at the age of 16, and entered the US Army a few months later in 1978.After 8 years of military service in Germany and Washington D.C. (Walter Reed Army Medical Center) and receivinga special permanent military retirement he graduated from Chaffey Community College inRancho Cucamonga with an emphasis in Computer Information Systems, and Accounting. He received a Geographical (GPS) IS Certification at San Bernardino Valley College,a BSIS degree in Computer Information Systems and a Education Master’s degree in School Counseling at the University of Redlands.His work locationsinclude Loma Linda Veterans Administration Hospital, Norton Air Force Base (TRW), the South Coast Air Quality Management District, and Loma Linda University Medical Center.Guerrerohas livedin Calimesa and Beaumont, CA for 14 years. Heworkedas a Commissioner on the Trails, Open Space and Beautification Commission, is the President of the Yucaipa Calimesa Democratic Club, member of the American Legion, and is proud to help with the Adopt a Highway in Riverside County effort, and supports the Childrens Hospital cancer center in LA.

KESQ News Team

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