Bulldogs News · Month of May Alumni Watch – ALL our FRONT LINE HERO’S


For the month of May I wanted to do a something a little bit different during this time of pandemic and self-isolating. Instead of focusing on one person I wanted to thank all of our alumni who are some way helping out on the front lines. This is being published a bit early so I apologize as I know we have A LOT of Bulldog Alumni that are out there. It is being published as I put a request out on the Trimble Tech Bulldog Alumni’s group on Facebook and saw a thank you of his own from Ches-Smith Muhammad which I will get to in a second. For those of you who are out there and would like to me acknowledged either comment on this link and or reach out to me by clicking on this link:

Looking for “Alumni Watch” honorees, anybody alumni doing great things we’d like to know to spotlight them!

Like I said, this will be posted a bit early but I wanted to get some information out to all our great alumni who are fall under this criteria below. And a BIG THANK YOU to Ches Smith- Muhammad for doing this:

Wednesday April 29th – Front Line Workers Appreciation Day..

As a Thank You to all Healthcare Workers, Police, Firefighters, Nursing Home Employees, & EMTs!

Wednesday April 29 from 12 noon to 5pm. We’d like to show Our Appreciation for those of You who are on the FRONT LINE of the Corona Virus Pandemic by Serving You a Free Meal from Our Full Menu up to $7 per Respondent.

Call in Orders are Requested for Quicker Service and also to Encourage & Respect Social Distancing Practices YOUR WORK ID MUST BE PRESENTED or PLEASE be in UNIFORM.

Call In Orders at 817-451-8900.

Chef Ches Kitchen Express

6101 E Rosedale St

Fort Worth, Texas 76119

We’re Located Inside the Texaco

 

Again a BIG THANK YOU to Chef Ches Kitchen Express for doing this for all those folks but especially our Bulldog Alumni! As I said I will try and get everybody and those I missed or those who may not have posted, an even if I did and you would like to be considered for a future alumni watch please check out the link above and send me more of your information. Here are just a few of our Alumni who are on the front lines helping those who need it in different areas!

Medical Professionals

Christina and Marco Ruiz 06’
Heather Leigh Parker
MariaMagdalena Garcia 11’
Anita Calton 80’
Shonnie Davis 89’
Tameka Nicole
Bianca Smith
Liliana Venegas
Fabian Del Angel 10’
Amanda Haynes
Leticia Guajardo
Lety Misael
Denise Stanley-Mcafee
Willa Ingram Thomas
Letitia White
Blair Godgotme Madkin
Tameiko Jordan Hodnett
Detra Jones
Anthony Lytle
Dlc Angie

First Responders

El Meadows
Charla Mills

Restaurants/Food Prep

Ches Smith-Muhammad (see offer above) Shellby Hill

Caregivers

Jeannie Garcia 77’
Gaby Rodriguez 02’ Daughter is a 20’ senior in HST EMT
Monica Garcia-Wilkinson 98′
Tasha Kennard
Alicia Harris (Grocery as well)
Trina Lewis
Howie Manning
Tia Cooks Hunt

Hotels

Verlilah Burris

Warehouse

LaShomonique Carter
Tori Manning

Truck Drivers

Oberian Hill

Grocery Store / Walmart / etc.

Philip Johnson 15′
Jane Sanford 94’
LaShunda Lewis
Regina Owens Sanders
Charon Denice Young
Stefanie Clay Morgan

Transportation

William Conner
Larena D Payne
Jacqueline Crayton

USPS / Fedex / etc.

Jen Rose
Tommie Marie Thompson

Communications

Adriana Lee

Banks

Ahsha Fiyah Harris
Alicia (Contreras) Ortiz

Funeral Home

Tomekco Webster

CPS

Kimberly Russell

Social worker

Jhala Criss
Tammi Watkins

Listed on above mentioned FB but no job listed

San Chez
Fernando Vasquez
Grasiela Sanchez
Jeanette Uribe
David Matta
Estina Jamison

 

Again folks, I wanted to publish this a bit early so all yall working on the front lines can see the offer above from Chef Ches at the Kitchen Express so I apologize for anybody I missed or posted in the FB page after I posted this. To anybody listed above and those not please feel free to look at the link above and reach out to me to be considered for a future Alumni Watch. From someone who is at home, working on this post, I/we cannot thank all of you enough for what you are doing for our/your communities. Please keep up the good work and please stay safe!