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After reviewing some documents I discovered that Joseph (Joey) Edward Lares II was born April 1, 1985. At this time, he was living in Gordon, West Virginia, with his parents, Wanda and Joseph Lares. As a child, he attended the 1998-1999 seventh annual Ramona Jean McCoy Honor Banquet, and played middle school basketball. In 2002, he participated in Math Field Day, and got his Jr. Sportsman Hunting and fishing licenses. He attended Van Junior Senior high school; where he was a member of the National Honor Society, received all A’s in 11th grade, entered the American Essay Contest, took dual credit classes, played baseball and later graduated in 2003. Joey did not receive the promise scholarship due to the application being filled out incorrectly. He then went on to college, where he registered at Charleston University and got accepted at Concord College both in 2003; He then was a student at Marshall University. In college in 2007, Joey took History 303, and completed substitute teaching. In 2010, he graduated college with a master’s degree in Teaching, and coached the Van High Softball team. Joseph chaperoned students at Youth and Government, was an undergrad, completed Government and Politics, and had thirty hours of U.S. History, in 2012. He also majored in Geography, Sociology, and inst. Honors. In 2013-2014, Joey was employed as Student Council Sponsor, at Van. In that same year, he chaperoned at Camp Light Foot. Although teaching, and sports is one of his hobbies; Traveling is also one of many things that seems to intrigue him. He has visited many places such as the leaning tower of Pisa, D.C., the ocean, and has even took students on group trips around the world.

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