Specialist Blake Padilla serves in the United States Army, and is currently deployed in Kuwait. He will finish his tour in December. The Padilla family would like to thank Dr. Rios and the school administration for allowing Blake to be here for Jordan in a special way during the graduation ceremony. Jordan has always looked up to Blake as a father figure. Needless to say, he was devastated that he wasn’t going to be here to watch him graduate. Jordan has been accepted to and will attend Angelo State University after graduation. he Padilla family would once again like to thank everyone involved that made this possible.
Deployed soldier sends brother special message during graduation ceremony
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