Ira Gonzalez had several dream jobs when he was a child. Unlike most people who eventually have to settle on one career, he got to live out all his aspirations.

Gonzalez wanted to play baseball, and he did it in college. He wanted to work for a city inspired by his father, a former Sweetwater mayor, and he did. He wanted to be an attorney after meeting one as student on career day, and he is an attorney.

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