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Agustin Borrero

accountant , other: financial services

Agustin Borrero, Puerto Rican other: financial services, accountant. Certified Public Accountant Puerto Rico. Recipient Gold Medal for proficiency in accounting, Colegio Contadores Publicos Autorizados Puerto Rico, 1960. Scoutmaster Boy Scouts American, Ponce, 1976—1980; Member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, National Association Accountants, Colegio Contadores Publicos Puerto Rico, Finance Executives Institute (secretary).

Background

Borrero, Agustin was born on December 30, 1932 in Ponce, Puerto Rico. Son of Jesus and Luz Maria (Echevarria) Borrero.

Education

Bachelor in Accounting and Finance, Catholic University, Ponce, 1960.

Career

Accountant Corco, 1956—1966. Controller India, Mayaguez, 1965. Division controller Amerada-Hess, Virgin Islands, 1966—1972.

Corporation controller Commonwealth Oil Refining Company, Ponce, 1972—1981. Senior vice president finance and administration Pueblo International, Inc., San Juan, since 1981.

Achievements

  • Certified Public Accountant Puerto Rico.

Religion

The Covenant is not a contract in which God and human beings agree to provide particular goods and services for each other. It is not something that people have to do to create a relationship with God. God has already made it possible.

Views

The word of God can be discovered only through the Bible.

Membership

Scoutmaster Boy Scouts American, Ponce, 1976—1980. Member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, National Association Accountants, Colegio Contadores Publicos Puerto Rico, Finance Executives Institute (secretary).

Connections

Married Emilia Irigoyen, December 24, 1955. Children: Ivelisse, Ivonne, Agustin, Aixa, Ricardo.

father:
Jesus Borrero

mother:
Luz Maria (Echevarria) Borrero

spouse:
Emilia Irigoyen

children:
Ivelisse Borrero

Ivonne Borrero

Agustin Borrero

Aixa Borrero

Ricardo Borrero

Politics

The state should not use its authority to promote any particular religious belief. It should allow people practice their own religious convictions.