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Section A: General News


Eagle Ford: Meet John Guerrero


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Wilson County News
December 19, 2012
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Floresville city Council-man John Guerrero recently was elected as mayor pro tem for the city of Floresville. Here’s a little more information on the councilman.

Age: 59

Education: Attended San Antonio College, the University of Texas at San Antonio, and the European Massage Therapy Institute.

Children: Shannon Sierra, 28; Lyndsey Guerrero, 25; and Joseph Guerrero, 14.

John Guerrero was born and raised in Floresville. A 1972 graduate of Floresville High School, Guerrero moved to Live Oak in 1981, but after 22 years, decided to move back home to take care of his mother.

Tell us about yourself.

“Well right now, I am a single guy. Family is very important to me. I have a 28-year-old daughter named Shannon Sierra. She gave me my first grandbaby, Allie, and has another on the way; a baby boy.”

“My other daughter, Lindsey, is 25. Both graduated from Judson High School and both received degrees from Texas State [University]. Lindsey received her degree in photography and now works for the Guenther House as a photographer.”

“I also have a 14-year-old son, Joseph. He is attending Lakeview College as a freshman at Judson High School. When he graduates, he will have 32 college hours.”

“I am currently the owner of Muscle Mechanics here and in San Antonio, which I have been doing for the past 17 years. Before that, I was an inventory and personnel clerk at Colonial Bakery, which was part of Butter Krust Bread.”

What is one thing you want to say about Floresville?

“Although it’s growing, it still has its historical values. The town still hasn’t gotten to the point where people don’t know each other, which is a great thing. A lot of people have remained in Floresville or have left and returned, like myself.”

What do you see in the future for Floresville?

“With all this influx of new business, I think Floresville is on the brink of expanding, especially on the outskirts of town. The future looks really good. I think we have got the proper perspective on what we need to do now that we are getting a closer idea on what needs to be done to ensure the money is properly managed.”

What is one thing you want readers of the Wilson County News to know?

“I want them to know that I am approachable. When someone approaches me on something, I try to go get their answers as fast as I can. I try to get back to them as quickly as I can, whether I was able to figure out their problem or not. I am a people person.”
 

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