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 Ricardo Escobar

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Ricardo Escobar

Birth
Chiautempan Municipality, Tlaxcala, Mexico
Death 11 Nov 2021
Tlaxcala, Tlaxcala Municipality, Tlaxcala, Mexico
Burial Chiautempan Municipality, Tlaxcala, Mexico
Memorial ID 234012818 View Source
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Journalist, Academic. Isaías Ricardo Escobar Flores began his journalistic career on May 18, 1978 when he published his first newspaper article in "El Sol de Tlaxcala," which recounted the laying of the first stone of Ciudad Industrial Xicohténcatl, in Tetla de la Solidaridad. Later he was a correspondent for national media, and among his most prominent reports is the one published in 1982 in the newspaper "Uno más Uno," which he related a project of ecological houses in Ixtacuixtla, attracting the attention of the then President of Mexico José López Portillo, and resulted in the donation of several hectares of land for that property, where the Faculty of Agrobiology of the Autonomous University of Tlaxcala is currently located. In addition, he was also a high school teacher in Tizatlán, Tlaxcala. He was also one of the founders of the Union of Journalists of the State of Tlaxcala (UPET), a civil association with 25 years of existence.

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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/234012818/ricardo-escobar : accessed ), memorial page for Ricardo Escobar (unknown–11 Nov 2021), Find a Grave Memorial ID 234012818, citing Panteón Municipal El Carmen, Chiautempan Municipality, Tlaxcala, Mexico ; Maintained by Find a Grave Burial Details Unknown.