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Albert Armendarez biography: 13 things about Dallas, Texas native

Albert Monteon Armendarez was a native of Texas, United States. He enjoyed singing and worked as a senior computer programmer and an instructor.

Armendarez also went by Alfonse Armendarez and Fonz Armendarez. Here are 13 more things about him:

  1. He was born in Dallas, Texas to an Italian-American father and a Spanish-American mother. His father Robert Monteon Armendarez was born in Dallas to Lauro Armendarez and Carmen Monteon.
  2. He is Alicia Armendarez‘s brother.
  3. He graduated from Crozier Tech High School in Dallas.
  4. As a senior computer programmer, he had a successful career working for some of the most leading edge companies in the technical industry.
  5. As an instructor, he received numerous awards for his innovative programming and ability to successfully connect and impart complex programming concepts to his students.
  6. In February 1960, he married Maria Evangelina Lazo.
  7. In 1962, Maria gave birth to their daughter Cynthia Armendarez and their son Mario Albert Armendarez. Cynthia married Freddie Gradias. Mario married Evelyn Lee Villalpando.
  8. In 1964, Maria gave birth to their daughter Esmeralda Armendarez.
  9. In 1965, Maria gave birth to their son Robert Armendarez.
  10. After having four children, he and Maria divorced. He remarried and her second wife died in 2000. In 2004, Maria married Manuel Barrientos.
  11. On August 7, 1960, his father died at the age of 42.
  12. On October 27, 2001, his daughter Esmeralda married Thomas Paul “Tom” Upton in Dallas.
  13. On January 26, 2011, he died at the age of 70.

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