Keith spent his own teenage years driving a Mustang—specifically, a red coupe that also makes its home in the McLaine garage. In the early s, however, his thoughts began drifting toward fastbacks from the late s. The previous owner repainted the car in its current color scheme in the s, and the engine has since been rebuilt and upgraded to a four-barrel Windsor. Yet, while Keith has personalized the car to fit his taste and lifestyle, he nevertheless strives to keep it true to period.
By far the most beneficial improvement, however, came in the form of a five-speed Tremec transmission, which Keith installed last year in place of the original three-speed FMX transmission.
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See terms - opens in a new window or tab. Back to home page. Listed in category:. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab Add to Watchlist. His favorite year in the band was Ron witnessed every game of Earl Campbell's amazing Heisman Trophy winning season and performed at the Cotton Bowl.
Starting his sophomore year, he participated in a Co-op program and alternated semesters working as a student engineer trainee with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Arlington, Texas. His job was to develop the computer aided design and manufacturing capabilities of the San Antonio Air Logistics Center in the maintenance and repair of C-5, B and C aircraft, and F engines. Ron took the idea to the San Antonio Education Partnership, and with their help, he was able to bring this to fruition. Escalante spoke to an assembly of summer high school students from SAISD in the Thomas Jefferson High School Auditorium, and then proceeded to a math class, in session, where he gave some inspiration to the class students.
Aside from Ron's parents, Arnulfo and Viola Garcia, who served as a tremendous inspiration to him growing up, Ron shared the following about the individuals were most influential: "Mr. Charles Kuentz, Jr. I first met him when I was at Longfellow Junior High. I could tell this man had big dreams and goals for the band, and I wanted to be part of it! He was demanding and a perfectionist as a band director, but also had a lot of charisma and a sense of humor.
You really wanted to do well for him and not let him down. I learned a lot about perseverance and leadership from Mr. Kuentz, lessons I hold dear today. Pete Van De Putte was my band director my last year and a half at Jeff. He really encouraged my development as a trumpet player and leader, appointing me section leader in the marching, concert and stage bands.
The summer before my senior year, was selected and attended a five-week summer science program at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. I learned about computer programming and pre-calculus. The following teachers in Math and Science were influential in my decision to pursue engineering as a career: Ms. Werner, Mr. Serna, Mr.
Weiss, Mr. Massey and Mr Sutton. They challenged me to do better in class and helped me hone my skills necessary to become an engineer. Charles Kuentz Jr. He leads this group in performances during Easter, Christmas and other services.
His son, daughter and nephews perform with him in this group. Royal Memorial Stadium in Austin. In recent years, Ron promoted and supported the Thomas Jefferson Alumni Band halftime performances by recruiting former band members to march during a halftime show as a fundraiser for the current Mustang Band. Ron offers the following advice to fellow Mustangs: "Take advantage of every possible opportunity to attain higher education.
Opportunities are out there; it takes perseverance and hard work to find them. Don't be afraid to be mobile and, if necessary, leave San Antonio or Texas, in pursuit of higher education or career opportunities. Too many students, especially those pursuing STEM careers, limit their education and careers to the local area, many times missing out on education and job opportunities, not to mention the chance to discover and explore other parts of our nation. San Antonio is a wonderful place to live, and opportunities abound here; however, so much can be learned by living, even temporarily, in other parts of our state and nation.
It can be difficult to be away from family and friends, but, if necessary, take the bold leap and discover the opportunities that are available in this great nation of ours; San Antonio will still be here to return to. Take pride in your community and school.