Jamie Balagia
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Jamie Balagia

PO Box 360
Manor, TX 78653-0360

Phone: 210-394-3833

Website: http://www.dwidude.com

Sustaining Member

About Jamie Balagia

2004 Summer Session Graduate, 2005 Winter Session Graduate; 2005 Summer Session Graduate; 2006 Winter Session Graduate; 2006 Summer Session Graduate; 2007 Winter Session Graduate; 2007 Summer Session Graduate; 2008 Winter Session Graduate; 2008 Summer Session Graduate; 2009 Winter Session Graduate; 2009 Summer Session Graduate; 2010 Summer Session Graduate; 2011 Summer Session Graduate; 2012 Sustaining Member Status; 2012 Summer Session Graduate; 2013 Winter Session Graduate; 2013 Summer Session Graduate; 2015 Serious Science Blood Alcohol Analysis and Trial Advocacy Graduate; 2015 Summer Session Graduate; 2016 Winter Session Graduate

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