This fascinating parade of Hispanics and Latinos who have performed extraordinarily in life may help those without heros to discover some new role models for them to admire and emulate.
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Eddie Lopez, whose newspaper career extended from 1947 to 1991, was hired as the first Mexican-American reporter for The Madera Tribune and The Madera Daily News as well as the first Hispanic to write for The Bakersfield Californian and The Fresno Bee. He was given the Community Recognition Award by the Fresno Chapter of the California Chicano News Media Association and was commended by the California State Legislature with a State Resolution in 1987, commemorating his 40th year in journalism. In addition to the CCNMA, Lopez was a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists and the Society of American Travel Writers. He was also president of the Fresno Press Club. The earliest indication of his eventual success as a reporter, sports writer, feature writer, book editor and travel writer was at Santa Ana Senior High School, where he won recognition in national competitions sponsored by Quill and Scroll, Open Road for Boys and the National High School Poetry Association Anthology. He lives in Los Osos (Calif.) with his wife Angie.
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