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Manuel Mones

educator , executive , public relations , speech pathologist

Manuel Mones, American speech pathologist, educator, public relations executive. Recipient Best of Texas award Texas Public Relations Association, 1982; Outstanding Performance Campaign award United Way of Texas Gulf Coast, 1982, 1st and 3d place awards excellence for outstanding achievement in communications.


Mones, Manuel was born on November 5, 1945 in Tampa, Florida, United States. Son of Manuel and Lydia (Sanchez) Mones.


Master of Science, University South Florida, 1973. Speech and language pathologist, diagnostician St. Luke's Hospital, 1974-1976, Texas Children's Hospital, 1974-1976, Texas Heart Institute, 1974-1976. Clinical instructor Baylor College Medicine, 1974-1976, clinical assistant instructor, since 1980.

Vice president Speech and Language Remediation Center, Houston, 1976-1978. Coordinator community relations Speech and Hearing Institute, University Texas Health Science Center, Houston, 1978-1980. Director community relations and development Houston School for Deaf Children, since 1980.

Consultant Houston Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center, 1976, Monterey (California) Learning Systems, 1976, Cerebral Palsy Treatment Center, 1980. Board directors Parish School. Member advisory board Children's Museum, Houston.


Board directors Parish School.


Served with United States Air Force, 1967-1971. Member Public Relations Society of America, American Speech Language and Hearing Association (chairman media production task force), Houston Area Association Communication Disorders (advisory board). Club: Southwest Greenway Exchange.


Married Yolanda Solis Sandoval, June 29, 1968. Children– Melinda Ann, Karen Arlene, Conrad Jason.

Manuel Mones

Lydia (Sanchez) Mones

Yolanda Solis Sandoval

Melinda Ann Mones

Karen Arlene Mones

Conrad Jason Mones