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Graduated from Don Lugo Amanda Torres-Crawford and resident of Nevada Tyler Parvin are engaged. Ms. Torres-Crawford graduated from Don Lugo in 2014 and earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Grand Canyon University in 2017 and a nursing degree from the College of Southern Nevada in 2021. She works as an emergency room nurse at Valley Health System Nevada. Mr. Parvin, a 2014 graduate of Liberty High School in Nevada and a 2018 graduate of Grand Canyon University, received his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas in 2021. He works as a physical therapist at HCA Healthcare Systems in Nevada. The couple live in Las Vegas.
Five student-athletes from Ayala High signed nationwide Letters of Intent regarding their college choices last week. The athletes are Mason Ma, athletics, Cal State Fullerton; Madeleine Seifert, athletics, Harvey Mudd College; Charlize Sunahara, swimming, Pepperdine University; Aliyah Mendoza, cheerleading, Hope International University; and Jaydin Colvinfootball, Black Hills State University.
Resident of Chino Hills Martin Mendiola was one of 115 California UPS drivers inducted into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for drivers with more than 25 years of accident-free driving. Mr. Mendiola works at the Ontario location south of the Ontario International Airport. More than 1,000 drivers in California and 10,500 drivers worldwide are part of the Circle of Honor, UPS officials said.