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Richard Estrada.

Richard Estrada, associate editor for The Dallas Morning News and NCEW member since 1993, died October 29.

An active member of NCEW since 1993, he attended conventions in Baltimore and San Antonio and arranged the highly successful foreign trip to Mexico and Cuba in 1993.

Mr. Estrada, 49, began his career at The Dallas Morning News in 1988. His weekly column ran in 25 papers nationwide.

Mr. Estrada "argued repeatedly for a coherent and enforceable U.S. Immigration policy and for the need for people, no matter what their origin, to practice good citizenship," said Alan Shearer, syndicate general manager and editor director of The Dallas Morning News.

He previously worked for the Federation for American Immigration Reform and the Center for Immigration Studies in Washington, D.C.
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Date:Dec 22, 1999
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