Latino icon Noé Montoya died of COVID-19 on Thanksgiving Day at age 66. The son of Mexican farmworkers, he was an actor, musician and an employment counselor who helped people enter the workforce.
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Published: 2021-04-07 04:11 pm
Remembering Noé Montoya: A Mentor, A Father, A Humanitarian
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Latino icon Noé Montoya died of COVID-19 on Thanksgiving Day at age 66. The son of Mexican farmworkers, he was an actor, musician and an employment counselor who helped people enter the workforce.

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