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Posted October 12, 2010

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Mary Lou Sepulveda

Mary Lou Sepulveda (Chace) is taking leave through Dec. 1 and then she officially will be retired after more than 24 years with APS.

She began working for the APS Juvenile Justice Center in 1986, then moved to West Mesa High (where her daughter, APS data processor Feliz Ramos was a freshman) in 2000. Mary Lou was the data Processor/registrar for the Mustangs until 2004 when she became the registrar at CEC. She also worked as registrar and principal’s secretary for Albuquerque High. She moved to Valley last year as the registrar. She has also worked at a variety of sports events such as volleyball and basketball games and wrestling matches as a ticket seller through APS/NMAA.

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