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A Champion of…

St. Philip's College celebrates the life and achievements of the former director of veterans affairs who came to the college after a 25-year career of championing diversity within the United States Air Force as one of the pioneers in the field.
Capt. Alfonso Trinidad Carmona, Jr.

A Champion of Diversity for all at SPC and USAF: Capt. Alfonso Trinidad Carmona, Jr.

St. Philip's College celebrates the life and achievements of the former director of veterans affairs who came to the college after a 25-year career of championing diversity within the United States Air Force as one of the pioneers in the field. The former director of veterans affairs at the college was retired Air Force Capt. Alfonso Trinidad Carmona, Jr. He passed Sept. 2 in San Antonio---Military City USA---at the age of 78. According to his obituary, "Al played a significant role in forming and implementing social actions training to promote understanding and communication between officers and enlisted members and between different racial groups. He worked hard to earn his B.A. from William Carey College and became an officer, dedicating over 10 more years of his life as a social actions pioneer and director to create equal opportunities and treatment for all serving in the Air Force. Capt. Carmona believed Social Actions was not just an Air Force program, but a way of life. After retiring from the Air Force, he continued to serve his country by working with the Veterans Administration, the Selective Service System and St. Philips College as Director of Veterans Affairs." Find the obituary on the champion of diversity who helped many at SPC at the Sept. 18 San Antonio Express-News obituary Alfonso Trinidad Carmona.

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