University of Texas Medical Branch
Obstetrics & Gynecology
University of Texas Medical Branch
Doctor of Medicine
The University of Texas
Bachelor of Arts in Biology; Bachelor of Arts in French
Hospitals Affiliated With
The Woman’s Hospital of Texas
Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society (AOA) Member, 2014 – present
American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) Junior Fellow, 2015 – present
Texas Medical Association (TMA) Member, 2019
Harris County Medical Society (HCMS) Member, 2019
In her spare time, Dr. Pacheco enjoys traveling, running, watching the Houston Astros, trying new restaurants, and spending time with her family and friends.
Dr. Lucia Pacheco was born in Venezuela. After living in England and France, she moved to Houston in 1999 and has called it home ever since. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and a Bachelor of Arts in French. She attended medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in Galveston, TX where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society. She then completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at UTMB where she also served as Chief Administrative Resident in her last year. She is fluent in both English and Spanish and is experienced in French.
Dr. Pacheco provides comprehensive care for women of all ages in general Obstetrics and Gynecology. Her clinical interests include obstetrics and high-risk pregnancies, contraceptive counseling, preventative women’s health, and minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. Dr. Pacheco is passionate about patient education and is dedicated to establishing long-lasting patient relationships while taking care of women throughout all stages of their lives.
Verónica Castillo-Muñoz is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is an interdisciplinary scholar with training in Gender history, Latin America, and U.S. history. She has written widely on the intersections between gender, family migration, and the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. Her research has been funded by a Fulbright Garcia-Robles Fellowship, an NEH Huntington Library Fellowship, the Hellman Foundation, and the UC President’s Faculty Fellowship in the Humanities.
Castillo-Muñoz is the author of the book, The Other California: Land Identity and Politics on the Mexican Borderlands, published by the University of California Press (2017). This book examines how communities of laborers changed the racially and ethnically diverse social landscape of the Mexico-U.S. borderlands. Focusing on Baja California, this book is the first to examine the interplay of land reform and migratory labor and how global migrants and Mexican workers transformed the Mexico-U.S. borderlands between the years of 1850 and 1954. Previous research on migration and border crossings portrays the Mexican borderlands as a temporary place for transitory labor, a launching pad to enter the United States. This book argues that the present-day Mexican borderlands emerged from efforts to keep Mexican labor moving across the U.S. border while fixing national communities in place. This intricate interplay shows how governments, foreign investors, and local communities, engaged in the making of the Baja California borderlands, leading to the booming cities of Tijuana, Mexicali, and Santa Rosalia.
Castillo-Muñoz’s current book project, Women and Revolution: A Tale of Violence and Deception Across the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, uses intimacy as a lens to understand how gender operated during the Mexican Revolution (1910-1920), and how women negotiated war, violence, and family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border. She has served as Book Reviews Editor for the Journal of Mexican Studies/ Estudios Mexicanos (UC Press). Currently, she serves as a Board Member for the Journal of Mexican Studies/ Estudios Mexicanos and La Revista Académica Meyibo. Recently, she was appointed as a Distinguished Lecturer for the Organization of American Historians.
The Other California: Land, Identity, and Politics on the Mexican Borderlands (UC Press, 2016)
*Honorable mention of the 2017 Gita Chaudhuri Prize from the Western Association of Women’s Historians.
Women and Revolution: A Tale of Violence and Deception Across the Mexico-U.S. Borderlands (book in progress).
Guest Co-editor of: “Gender and Intimacy Across the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands” Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 89 No. 1, Winter 2020; (pp. 4-15)
“Historical Roots of Rural Migration: Agrarian Reform and the Displacements of Rural Farmers in Nayarit, Mexico, 1900-1952.” The Journal of Mexican Studies/ Estudios Mexicanos (University of California Press), 2013.
“Beyond Red-Light Districts” Agrarian Struggles and Transnational Labor in the Mexico-U.S. Borderlands.” in Lee and North ed., European and American Borderlands: A New Comparative Approach (Nebraska Press, 2016)
“Intermarriage and the Making of a Multi Cultural Society in Baja California, in Rodilla, Guevarra, and Spikard., ” Red and Yellow, Black and Brown: Decentering Whiteness in Mixed Race Studies. (In Press, Rutgers University Press, 2017).
“The Long History of the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands,” (Article in progress)
“Negotiating the Revolution: U.S. Investors, Mexican Caudillos, and Gender in Revolutionary Nayarit.” (Article in progress)
“Women and War: Aging, Migration, and Violence in the Mexico-U.S. Borderlands.” (Article in progress)
History 168 CR: Studies in selected aspects of the United States-Mexico borderlands with an emphasis on social and economic history.
History 168 A: History of the Chicanos (cross-listed). The history of the Chicanos, 1821 to the present; traces the social-cultural lifeline of the Mexicans who have lived north of Mexico.
History 168 B: The history of the Chicanos, 1821 to the present; traces the social-cultural lifeline of the Mexicans who have lived north of Mexico.
History 201: A reading course in a field of the professor’s specialty. Introduces the student to the sources and literature of the field in question. Written work as prescribed by the instructor. (Usually offered quarterly.)
New Courses Listed for 2018-19
LAIS 101: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the histories and societies of Latin America and Iberia.
Issues central to the study of Latin America and Iberia across the social sciences and history. Topics include nationalism, revolution, politics and the state, economic development and international relations, labor, popular culture, race, gender, religion, migration, environment, imperialism, and colonialism.
History 56: Introduction to Mexican History.
An introduction to the basic issues and themes of Mexican history, from the pre-Hispanic era to the present.
History 136M: History of U.S.-Mexican Relations from 1821- to the present.
Explores the history of U.S.-Mexican relations from 1821 to the present. Topics include U.S. intervention in Mexico, the Mexican Revolution, the Good Neighbor Program, immigration, NAFTA, the U.S.-Mexico border, and the War on Drugs.
Honors and Professional Activities:
- Fulbright Garcia-Robles Fellowship 2020
- NEH Huntington Long- Term Fellowship 2019-20
- UCSB Academic Senate Travel Grant 2018
- Huntington Library Research Fellowship 2017
- UCSB Academic Senate Travel Grant, 2016-17
- UCSB Faculty Career Development Award, 2016
- Ford Fellowship (alternate) 2015-16
- Hellman Fellow 2014-15
- UC President’s Research Fellowship in the Humanities
- UC Regent’s Faculty Fellowship
- UC Mexus Research Fellowship University of California
- UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship
. Department of History, University of California, San Diego
- The Peggy Marudin Research Fellowship
- UC Graduate Fellowship
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Adams Community Bank sold property at 16-18 Grove St., Adams, to Trevor Crombie, $100,000.
Carol A. Armata sold property at 1 Grandview Terrace, Adams, to David K. Ronnow and Gay M. Rinker, $250,000.
Sandra M. Putnam sold property at 15 North Summer St., Adams, to Michael Marchinetti and Amber LaFountain, $172,000.
Gregory E. and Irene C. Tremblay sold property at 210 West Road, Adams, to Michael J. and Mandy E. Bostwick, $350,000.
Michael S. Bresett sold property at 3 Grant St., Adams, to Mary M. Bolshaw, $250,000.
James F. Nowak sold property at 6 Tracie Ave., Adams, to Karl and Joanne Mirke, $237,500.
Barbara Eisenberg and Saul Eisenberg, trustees of Barbara Eisenberg Revocable Trust and Saul Eisenberg Revocable Trust, sold property at 26 North Egremont Road, Alford, to Michael Marturana and Samantha Han Marturana, $862,000.
TD Bank N.A. sold property at 25 North Lake Way, Becket, to Matthew J. and Natalie Salimbene, $440,000.
Victoria L. Bleier, formerly known as Victoria L. Templeton, sold property at 819 Bonny Rigg Hill Road, Becket, to David S. and Suzanne K. Finnegan, $85,000.
Albert and Pauline R. Curulli, trustees of the Curulli Family Trust Dated Feb. 28, 2013, sold property at Bow South, Becket, to Juan Mandelbaum and Clara Sandler, $60,000.
John and Rebecca Binczewski sold property at Black Arrow Way, Becket, to Kimberly A. Logan, $6,500.
Alan B. and Petra Pare sold property at Ingalls Road, Cheshire, to Robert D. Barzottini, $27,000.
Peter Dolle sold property at West Road, Clarksburg, to Benjamin Svenson, $350,000.
Roger R. Malloy Jr. sold property at 575 Middle Road, Clarksburg, to Melina Nunes, $165,000.
Richard B. Johansen and Heewon Yang, trustees of the Three Sharp NT, sold property at 35-37 Mill St., Dalton, to Final Harbor Farm LLC, $215,000.
Wayne C., Scott J., Todd M. and Delores A. Bailey; Jill A. Barack, formerly known as Jill A. Messana; and Jody L. Dicroce sold property at 66 Greenridge Drive, Dalton, to Daniel, Jared and Natasha Sweetser, $236,000.
Bonnie M. Fahey sold property at 51 Hemlock Hill, Dalton, to Stephen Carl and Sally Marie Andrews, $290,000.
Richard P. Farley and Mary C. Farley, formerly known as Mary C. Eberwein, sold property at 151 Sleepy Hollow Drive, Dalton, to Barbara E. Martin, $402,500.
Debora Cole-Duffy, trustee of the Clarence W. Green 2020 RVT, sold property at 196 Grange Hall Road, Dalton, to Brian P. Butler, $250,700.
Gregg S. Massini sold property at 104 Mount Washington Road, Egremont, to Daniel A. Levinson, $505,000.
Donald J. Van Tassel II and Ruth C. Van Tassel sold property at 17 Mount Washington Road, Egremont, to Brian Budak and Kate Lascar, $225,000.
Kathleen M. Neeves Estate sold property at 183 Egremont Plain Road, Egremont, to CBL Nominee Trust, $285,000.
82 Railroad Street LLC sold property at 82 Railroad St., Great Barrington, to OBCC LLC, $500,000.
Donna T. Whalen and John M. Whalen sold property at 140 Taconic Ave., Great Barrington, to Daniel J. Driscoll and Dorothy R. Driscoll, $625,000.
Loris Ann Mullins and Matthew Thomas Mullins sold property at 39 Welcome St., Great Barrington, to Robert E. Kraus, $375,000.
Amy S. Mann and Jeffrey R. Mann sold property at 158 Alford Road, Great Barrington, to Patricia Crown and Anthony M. Radice, $1,160,000.
Ninety-Two Tower Mountain Road Realty LLC sold property at 40 Tower Mountain Road, Hancock, to Matthew Paul and Jill Ann Gustavis, $400,000.
Howard and Anita Kleinbaum sold property at 37 Corey Road, Hancock, to James M. Feeney and Jennifer K. Strom, $85,000.
John H. and Nancy B. Goddard sold property at Longview Avenue, Hinsdale, to Martin and Teresa Becker, $219,000.
Town of Lanesborough sold property at 14 Iroquois St., Lanesborough, to Daniel Gaylord and Scott Graves, $32,500.
Michael Pomarole sold property at 162 Bailey Road, Lanesborough, to Yan Li, $410,000.
Lee A. Thorpe Sr. and Karen Katan sold property at Chickatabot Avenue, Lanesborough, to Mark D. Minnichelli and Jennifer Lee Forbes Minnichelli, $160,000.
Robert C. and Linda S. Pruyne sold property at 44 South Main St., Lanesborough, to Kevin C. DeChaine, $225,000.
Thomas J. and Amanda F. Monahan sold property at 83 Summer St., Lanesborough, to Bryon R. and Leny Spencer, $220,000.
Wayne J. and Deborah L. Miller sold property at 85-87 James Ave., Lee, to Christopher M. and Liza M. Miller, $260,000.
Suzanne G. and Peter Hughes, trustees of the Suzanne G. Hughes FT and the Peter Hughes FT, sold property at 75 East St., Lee, to William G. Baumann and Wendy D. Hall, $650,000.
Thomas P. Wickham sold property at 22 High St., Lee, to Beatrice Susan Dagwell, $338,000.
Vincent L. DiCianni and Douglas G. Knapp, trustees of the Vincent L. DiCianni Living Trust, sold property at 500 Devon Road, Lee, to Jonathan D. Blum and Erica Lesley Roberts, $1,100,000.
John M. and Jean M. Markunas sold property at 30 Maritta Ave., Lee, to Nancy A, McLaughlin, trustee of the McLaughlin Living Trust, $410,000.
Stanley E. Rosen sold property at 16 Chanterwood Road, Lee, to John E. Toole and Gina A. Miller, $495,000.
Elmain LLC sold property at 221 Main St., Lee, to Madison County Properties Corp., $1,395,000.
Michael A. and Debora Pignatelli sold property at 65 Taconic Ave., Lenox, to Daniel J. Pignatelli, $300,000.
Neil D. Purdy Jr. and Jana F. Purdy, trustees of the Jana and Neil Purdy FT, sold property at 52 Cliffwood St., Lenox, to Edward David Dyer and Janice McCormick, $680,000.
Penny's Whim LLC sold property at 26 Franklin St., Lenox, to Crystal Jarek, $320,000.
Richard A. Fogel sold property at 33 Clifford St., Lenox, to John Edward Thomas and Christina Vipond, $702,000.
Schulze Lenox Properties LLC sold property at 45 Walker St., Lenox, to 45 Walker LLC, $1,200,000.
Robert M. and April W. Stapleton sold property at 24 Tucker St., Lenox, to Joanne H. Krupp, $529,900.
Donna Harsch and George Loewenstein sold property at West Road, Mount Washington, to Dania Jekel and Soloman Jekel as trustees of Dania Jekel Revocable Trust, $250,000.
David Love, Priscilla Haig and Mary Thornber sold property at 530 New Ashford Road, New Ashford, to Walker Haig, $60,000.
Barna Rosen and Joel Rosen sold property at 57 Pine St., New Marlborough, to Antonio G. Montero and Sophia J. Montero, $50,000.
Joyce A. Garrett and William D. Garrett sold property at 118 Corser Hill Road, New Marlborough, to Pamela McCann and James Nadler, $935,000.
David Cliff Oshman and Kamonkwan Tongmusick sold property at 71-73 Bracewell Ave., North Adams, to Shannon Nicol, $170,000.
Troy Frye, trustee of the Lawrence Murray Trust, sold property at 94 Summer St., North Adams, to Tessa Dassatti, $116,585.
Foley Capital LLC sold property at 25 Rich St., North Adams, to Scotty Lee Hosier, $246,000.
Barbara A. Spear sold property at 230-232 Houghton St., North Adams, to Berkshire Gateway Investment Properties LLC, $170,000.
Karen A. Birch sold property at 596 East Main St., North Adams, to Caitlynn A. Finnegan and Kyle R. Perry, $173,950.
Lynne M. Duby-Martin, Jacqueline A. Dubreuil and Paula J. Fisher sold property at 21 Central Ave., North Adams, to Peter Haven, $71,500.
Sherie Rachelle Smith sold property at 44 Ashland St., North Adams, to Nathan D. Brown, $158,000.
Greg A. Sprung sold property at 319 Kemp Ave., North Adams, to Eric Allen McKinney, $249,900.
Mark A. and Eleanor S. Paddock sold property at 15 Old Pease Road, Otis, to Amy Galik and Kelly Candon, $400,000.
Daniel and Rebeca A. Finnegan sold property at 227 Tolland Road, Otis, to Slade Sohmer, $525,000.
Jolanta Maria Macdonald formerly known as Jolanta Maria Chzan sold property at 55 North Lake Ave., Otis, to Thomas Eleksander Chrzan, trustee of the Chrzan RT, $450,000.
Jade J. Jerolmon sold property at 16 West Main Road, Peru, to Mikayla C. McMahon and Kevin A. Menin, $180,000.
Greylock Federal Credit Union, Timothy E. and John J. Goodnow and Ashley Bartlett sold property at 46 Lenox Ave., Pittsfield, to Greylock Federal Credit Union, $77,000.
Shane A. Peaslee sold property at 82-84 Lyman St., Pittsfield, to Stephen J. Demastrie, $140,000.
Ilya Shelomentsev, Inessa Kurchenko and Lydia Cooley sold property at 336 Wahconah St., Pittsfield, to George Quadrino and Edna Warren, $115,900.
Harpal Chawla sold property at 30 Dalton Ave., Pittsfield, to Deivy Roberto Diaz Robles, $75,000.
Kathryn M. Holt sold property at 58 West St., Unit 4, Pittsfield, to Anna K. Lotto, $81,000.
James H. and Maryellen Tremblay sold property at 6 Kris Lane, Pittsfield, to Jon T. Elliott and Roberta E. Orsi, $522,500.
Eric J. Auger sold property at 28 Norman Ave., Pittsfield, to Jeremy Johnson and Geneva Duclos, $175,000.
Ellen S. Falk, trustee of the Ellen S. Falk Living Trust, sold property at 75 Alpine Trail, Unit 16B, Pittsfield, to Beryl D. and Elaine B. Simonson, $485,000.
Michael A. Goodrich sold property at 27 Herie Ave., Pittsfield, to Craig A. Rosso, $190,000.
Ned O. Lemkemeier, trustee of the Gail K. Beare Trust, sold property at 1 Alcott Lane, Pittsfield, to Richard P. and Mary E. Farley, $288,000.
Shane A. Peaslee sold property at 143-147 Lincoln St., Pittsfield, to Stephen J. Demastrie, $130,000.
John W. Goold, personal rep. of the estate of Jane A. Goold; Pamela J. Young, and Keith J. and Christopher B. McCarthy sold property at 254 Onota St., Pittsfield, to Joseph Dihn Ngo, $101,000.
Donna M. Leclair and Marc A. Crespi, personal reps. of the estate of Aldo R. Crespi, sold property at 30-30 1/2 Pembroke Ave., Pittsfield, to Shaun and Nicole O'Neil, $130,000.
Haley M. Herene sold property at 9 Lyric St., Pittsfield, to Kelly Jean Carnute, $210,000.
David W. Wheeler sold property at 78-80 Edward Ave., Pittsfield, to James Law III, $215,000.
Beth Baldwin and Suzanne Baldwin Ward, personal reps. of the estate of Ruth A. Baldwin, sold property at 95 Harryel St., Pittsfield, to Haley Herene and Kenneth Kickery, $324,000.
Glen D. and Colleen M. Pomeroy sold property at 1630 North St., Pittsfield, to Matthew Ryan Pomeroy, $200,000.
Amy D. Fisher formerly known as Amy D. Gates sold property at 44 Montgomery Ave., Pittsfield, to Elvin Lopez, $184,500.
AAFIK Management LLC sold property at 37 Melville St., Pittsfield, to 37 Melville Street Holdings LLC, $285,000.
Katelyn J. Parks, formerly known as Katelyn J. Olds, and Jamie D. Parks sold property at 53 Yorkshire Ave., Pittsfield, to James P. Galli, $230,000.
Kevin P. and Donna M. Killeen sold property at 45 Meadow Ridge Drive, Pittsfield, to Kevin A. and Deborah D. O'Leary, $685,000.
Aaron N. Sardell and Deborah A. August sold property at 524 State Road, Richmond, to Jesus Antonio Triana Castillo and Nancy Veronica Triana, $380,000.
David R., Ronald G., and Debra A. O’Dell sold property at 561 Chapel Road, Savoy, to Dennis Carney and Jennifer Downs, $70,000.
Linda R. Quick sold property at Water Farm Road, Sheffield, to Catherine R. Coons-Goewey and Richard O. Goewey, $40,000.
Eric Jason Peters and Julia Noble Liston Wells sold property at 347 South Undermountain Road, Sheffield, to Joseph A. Hadari and Darren K. Ishmael, $490,000.
Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum Inc. sold property at Ice Glen Road, Stockbridge, to Jessica Fenwick, trustee of the 3 Ice Glen Nominee Trust, $45,000.
Jason Roger and Rachel Anne Lemieux sold property at 319 Hancock Road, Williamstown, to Barry J. and Denise S. Meneghelli, trustees of the Barry J. Meneghelli and Denise S. Meneghelli Revocable Living Trust, $695,000.
K & J Holdings LLC sold property at 173 Water St., Williamstown, to Pacelli Zepka Properties LLC, $385,000.
Galo V. and Leticia D. Lopez sold property at 127 Bridges Road, Williamstown, to Vincent J. Slizewski and Megan K. Berube, $339,900.
Cecil Driver and Janice J. Cook sold property at 748 Petersburg Road, Williamstown, to John C. Driver, trustee of the John C. Driver Trust, $500,000.
Karol White, trustee of the Karol White Lifetime Trust, and Paul H. White, trustee of the Paul H. White Lifetime Trust, sold property at 409 North Hemlock Lane, Unit 409, Williamstown, to Stephen H. Muss, trustee of the Stephen H. Muss 2019 RVT, $405,000.
Purple Valley Properties LLC sold property at 245 Sand Springs Road, Williamstown, to William DeRosier, $210,000.
Paula J. Alley, successor trustee of the William and Ann King Trust, sold property at 61 Luce Road, Williamstown, to Jean-Sebastien Godbout and Qiushi Chen, $254,000.
FT — Family Trust
LLC — Limited Partnership
LT — Life Trust
NT — Nominee Trust
RET — Real Estate Trust
RT — Realty Trust
RVT — Revocable Trust
The real estate transactions are provided by the Middle Berkshire, North Berkshire and South Berkshire Registry of Deeds offices.
Jeannie Maschino can be reached at 413-496-6256 or [email protected]
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