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Jose Ronaldo Jarabo

José R. Jarabo Alvarez
24th Speaker of the Puerto Rico House of Representatives
In office
January 14, 1985 – December 31, 1993
Governor Rafael Hernández Colón
Preceded by Severo Colberg Ramírez
Succeeded by Zaida R. Hernández Torres
Personal details
Born José Ronaldo Jarabo Alvarez
Political party Popular Democratic

José Ronaldo "Ronny" Jarabo, born and raised by his mother in San Juan, Puerto Rico, was the Speaker of the Puerto Rico House of Representatives from 1985 to 1992, having served as a member of that legislative body for twenty years from 1973 to 1992. Currently, he is an advisor to Puerto Rico Senate Minority Leader José Luis Dalmau and his expertise as a political analyst is tapped by local news media.


Personal life

Jarabo was married to Teresa Bengoa.

In 1992, Jarabo was involved in a scandal when he went to the apartment of former beauty queen Elizabeth Zayas and her husband, Frank Kolodziej, to confront him on an alleged extramarital relationship he was having with Bengoa, Jarabo's wife. Jarabo was accused on several charges, including aggression.[1][2]

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