BIO OF REME BACA from Moffett's article:
Remigio Baca of Gig, Harbor, Wash., was born in San Antonio in October,1938, to Evarista Serna and Alejandro Baca. He attended San Antonio Grade School and Socorro High until he transferred to Stadium High in Tacoma, Wash., in his freshman year.
Reme served in the Marines for six years during the Vietnam War, worked as a tax compliance officer for the Washington Department of Revenue, and was involved in Washington politics. A meeting with Vernon Jordan, national chairman of the Urban League, encouraged him to get into politics, which he did with enthusiasm.
Reme was instrumental in the election of the famous scientist and Nixon administration politician Dixy Ray Lee to the governorship of Washington as a Democrat, and served on Ray's executive staff.
In that role, he helped get qualified Latinos in administrative positions in government. When Lee was defeated, Reme became an insurance agent in Tacoma, moved to California for awhile as an independent insurance broker in Oxnard, Santa Paula and Santa Barbara, and retired in Gig Harbor, a suburb of Tacoma.
He has been married for years to Virginia Tonan, a classical pianist and teacher.
He has been back to San Antonio many times, and has relatives in Socorro County.
BIO OF REME BACA from UFO Crash Retrieval Conference website:
Reme Baca of Gig Harbor Washington, attended Socorro High School until he transferred to Stadium High School in Tacoma Washington during his sophomore year. After graduation, he was employed by the Boeing company in their military Division. Soon thereafter, he took a position with the Washington Department Of Revenue as a tax Compliance Officer. It was during this time that he became involved with political and community based organizations, and was Appointed to the Washington State Commission on Hispanic Affairs by Governor Evans. Reme served as Vice Chairman of the Tacoma Urban league, where he met Vernon Jordan, National Chairman, who encouraged him to get more involved in the Political process, which he did with enthusiasm. After serving on the Pierce County Advisory Council to the United States Civil Rights Commission, Reme was instrumental in the election of the famous Scientist and Chairperson of the Atomic Energy Commission and Nixon appointee, “Dr. Dixy Lee Ray” to the governorship of the state of Washington as a Democrat. Reme served on Ray’s Executive staff, and when the Governor was defeated in her bid for re-election, Reme became an Insurance Agent, after which he was appointed to the Tacoma Housing Authority by Mayor Doug Sutherland, where he served as Chairperson. He then moved to California and became an independent Insurance Broker, with offices in Oxnard, Santa Paula and Santa Barbara, where he became a member of MUFON, and met Dr. Roger Leir, who was then the chairman of the Ventura Chapter. He returned to and retired in Gig Harbor, a suburb of Tacoma Washington. He has been married for years to Virginia Tonan, a classical pianist and teacher. Reme has been a guest speaker on the Rense and the Free American Radio Shows. His retirement has been spent in research of the New Mexico Story.