July 15th, 2020
I am Hector Campos, class of 1969. I attended the Academy from 1965 to 1969 and those four years were the best of my youth. Many good memories are on my mind and my heart. Many good friends through the years and even though I haven’t seen most of them, I keep in touch by social media.
After my graduation, I attended Saint Bernard College in Cullman, Alabama for one year and then returned to my native country Venezuela, where I received a B.S. in Business Administration from Universidad Santa María in Caracas in 1975. I worked for several big companies such as IBM, Ford Motor Company, Purina as a financial analyst. I worked as the branch manager of several Venezuelan banks: Banco de Maracaibo, Banco La Guaira and Banco Internacional, all of them in the city of Caracas. A year ago I moved to Santiago, Chile to live with my son and his wife. He is an accountant and works for a big company named Lipigas.
The Academy has gone through many changes, but the most important is that academics and discipline are still intact. The Academy helped me to be successful in life, both in college and in real life.
Class of 1969