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Candidates’ Forum 2014 (Poth ISD) Anthony Cantu




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Anthony Cantu and wife Cheryl live in Three Oaks with their two sons, Matthew, 16, and Luke, 13. Anthony graduated from Poth High School in 1984. Later, he obtained a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Texas State University (’88). Cheryl is the Spanish teacher at Poth High School.

Anthony is the manager of the Global Investigations Department at Valero Energy Corporation. He is a certified fraud examiner and has been working in the investigations field for 26 years.

Anthony serves on the board of the Poth Education Foundation. He is also a parishioner at Blessed Sacrament Church in Poth and a member of the Knights of Columbus.

When elected to the school board, Anthony will focus on the needs of the students regardless of their abilities or background. Addressing teachers’ needs will also be a top priority.
 


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