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Surrounded by family, friends and colleagues, Domingo “Mingo” Villarreal Jr. accepted a plaque and resolution commemorating his retirement from Hidalgo County after nearly three decades of public service.
Born in Cuevitas to Domingo and Susana Villarreal, he graduated from La Joya High School in 1967 and went on to attend Pan American University.
In 1987, Villarreal began his career with the county working for former Precinct 3 Commissioner Beto Salinas as an administrative assistant. During his time with the county he has worked under nine county judges and three commissioners.
For the past 16 years he has worked as a Coordinator for Precinct 3 Commissioner Joe M. Flores.
“I want to thank my family, who I love so very much, but I also want to thank my second family, all of my department and all county department heads plus the judge and commissioners,” said Villarreal. “I will miss everyone".
Villarreal said it has been a pleasure to work with Commissioner Flores, however he looks forward to spending more time with his family and helping his community.