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Juan Pablo Montes de Oca

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Original Name
Juan Pablo Montes de Oca Avendaño
Birth
Venustiano Carranza, Venustiano Carranza Municipality, Chiapas, Mexico
Death
28 Mar 2024 (aged 46)
Lote Ocho (La Gloria), Salto de Agua Municipality, Chiapas, Mexico
Burial
Cremated. Specifically: Ashes given to family Add to Map
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Politician. Born in 1977 in Venustiano Carranza, Chiapas, Mexico, Juan Pablo Montes de Oca Avendaño graduated as a civil engineer from the Autonomous University of Chiapas in 1995. Throughout his professional journey, he distinguished himself as a works supervisor at Coyatoc Construcciones and later as a manager at Constructora de Alta Calidad en Construcción from 2000 to 2009. His venture into politics commenced in 2011 when he assumed the role of municipal president of Venustiano Carranza, Chiapas, until 2012. Subsequently, he was appointed as the Undersecretary of Infrastructure, Roads, and Hydraulics at the Ministry of Infrastructure of the Government of Chiapas, serving until 2016 under the administration of former Governor Manuel Velasco Coello. From 2018 to 2021, he served as a local deputy in the LXVII Legislature of the Congress of Chiapas, and from 2021 until his untimely demise, he held the position of federal deputy for the Green Ecologist Party of Mexico (PVEM), representing District 10 (Villaflores) of Chiapas. Although he took a leave of absence on December 6, 2023, he resumed his duties on January 5, 2024. During his tenure in the legislature, Montes de Oca played a pivotal role as the secretary of the Urban Development and Land Use Planning commissions, in addition to Infrastructure, and as a member of the Water Resources, Drinking Water, and Sanitation commissions, as well as the Bicameral Commission for Concord and Pacification of the Congress of the Union. Furthermore, he served as the political operations coordinator for Senator Eduardo Ramírez Aguilar, who was the sole candidate of the National Regeneration Movement (Morena) for the governorship of Chiapas. Tragically, he met his demise in an aviation accident that occurred in the municipality of Salto de Agua, Chiapas, alongside Tragically, he met his demise in an aviation accident that occurred in the municipality of Salto de Agua, Chiapas, alongside his wife Guillermina, his children Juan Pablo and Sofía, sister Rosalía, her two children Eduardo and Daniela, and the two pilots Roberto and Carlos. The aircraft they were traveling in crashed near the community of Lote Ocho (La Gloria), around 3:01 p.m. on Thursday. The flight had departed from Tuxtla before 2:00 p.m., bound for Palenque, where Montes de Oca and his companions had planned to spend Holy Week.

Politician. Born in 1977 in Venustiano Carranza, Chiapas, Mexico, Juan Pablo Montes de Oca Avendaño graduated as a civil engineer from the Autonomous University of Chiapas in 1995. Throughout his professional journey, he distinguished himself as a works supervisor at Coyatoc Construcciones and later as a manager at Constructora de Alta Calidad en Construcción from 2000 to 2009. His venture into politics commenced in 2011 when he assumed the role of municipal president of Venustiano Carranza, Chiapas, until 2012. Subsequently, he was appointed as the Undersecretary of Infrastructure, Roads, and Hydraulics at the Ministry of Infrastructure of the Government of Chiapas, serving until 2016 under the administration of former Governor Manuel Velasco Coello. From 2018 to 2021, he served as a local deputy in the LXVII Legislature of the Congress of Chiapas, and from 2021 until his untimely demise, he held the position of federal deputy for the Green Ecologist Party of Mexico (PVEM), representing District 10 (Villaflores) of Chiapas. Although he took a leave of absence on December 6, 2023, he resumed his duties on January 5, 2024. During his tenure in the legislature, Montes de Oca played a pivotal role as the secretary of the Urban Development and Land Use Planning commissions, in addition to Infrastructure, and as a member of the Water Resources, Drinking Water, and Sanitation commissions, as well as the Bicameral Commission for Concord and Pacification of the Congress of the Union. Furthermore, he served as the political operations coordinator for Senator Eduardo Ramírez Aguilar, who was the sole candidate of the National Regeneration Movement (Morena) for the governorship of Chiapas. Tragically, he met his demise in an aviation accident that occurred in the municipality of Salto de Agua, Chiapas, alongside Tragically, he met his demise in an aviation accident that occurred in the municipality of Salto de Agua, Chiapas, alongside his wife Guillermina, his children Juan Pablo and Sofía, sister Rosalía, her two children Eduardo and Daniela, and the two pilots Roberto and Carlos. The aircraft they were traveling in crashed near the community of Lote Ocho (La Gloria), around 3:01 p.m. on Thursday. The flight had departed from Tuxtla before 2:00 p.m., bound for Palenque, where Montes de Oca and his companions had planned to spend Holy Week.

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