UTSA vice president for administration to retire
(Dec. 6, 2004)--Jerry Barloco, UTSA vice president for administration, will retire at the end of December following nearly five years of service to the university. He is responsible for the Office of Human Resources and Development and the Institute of Texan Cultures. Additionally, he served as interim vice president for university advancement until April 2003.
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"Jerry has served the university well and provided outstanding leadership as vice president for administration," said UTSA President Ricardo Romo. "We are grateful for his vision and dedication to UTSA and higher education in Texas."
Barloco joined UTSA following a 29-year career at USAA, where his last position was senior vice president in the information technology company. He earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics from St. Mary's University before joining the U.S. Army where he served as a helicopter pilot. In both active duty and the reserves, he served in the military for 32 years.
Effective Jan. 1, the Office of Human Resources and Development will report to the vice president for business affairs. ITC will report to the president's office until an interim executive director is selected.