Michael Anthony Vargas Texas, Assistant Director of Public Affairs at City of Pharr has died

Michael Anthony Vargas Death – Michael Anthony Vargas, the Assistant Director of Public Affairs at the City of Pharr has passed away. He was a smart, charming, hard-working, funny, passionate, and feisty soul. Michael Anthony Vargas, a resident of San Benito, Texas died unexpectedly today, Thursday, the 4th of January 2024. So far, no official news on his cause of death has been released.

Michael always had the best interest of the students, schools, and community at heart. He was always so helpful and wanted to learn more about what the school needed to make education better. Aside from that, he was an all-around genuine person who knew how to have fun and how to bring a smile to everyone’s face.

Who was Michael Anthony Vargas?

Michael Anthony Vargas was born and raised in San Benito, Texas. He graduated from Brown University where he studied Political Science. Michael was the Former President, Board of Trustees at San Benito CISD, and Former Legislative Committee Member at the Texas Association of School Boards.

He was also the Former Manager, of Candidate Ready Development at Leadership for Educational Equity and served as the Assistant Director of Public Affairs at the City of Pharr.

Michael consistently prioritized the well-being of students, schools, and the community. His unwavering helpfulness and genuine desire to understand the school’s needs for improving education set him apart.

Beyond his professional dedication, Michael was a truly authentic individual, capable of bringing joy to others and creating a lighthearted atmosphere, making him someone who knew how to have fun and bring smiles to everyone around him.

Michael Anthony Vargas obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.

San Benito is a city in Cameron County, Texas, United States. Its population was 24,250 at the 2010 census. On April 3, 2007, San Benito celebrated the 100th anniversary of its naming. The post office was named “Diaz” from April to May 1907.

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