Carlos Salcedo

brother of Bobby Salcedo

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Brother of Bobby Salcedo, the El Monte educator slain in Gomez Palacio; 5th grade teacher at Eastman Elementary School in East Los Angeles and a member of the El Monte Union High School Board of Trustees

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