Milo Bazan is a dedicated board member of the Azle Community Caring Center, a food pantry, where he significantly impacts the community. Originally from Mission, Texas, Milo pursued his education at Texas A&M before joining the Air Force, serving as a weapon systems officer and electronic warfare officer. After leaving the active Air Force in 1986, Milo settled in Fort Worth, Texas, and continued his service with the Reserves and Lockheed Martin, accumulating over 40 years of combined experience.
During his Lockheed career, Milo held various administrative and engineering positions, including working as a flight test engineer for the F-35 program. He also provided engineering support for a U.S. base in Germany from 2001 to 2006. Milo and his wife have four daughters, all successful in their pursuits, with two holding master’s degrees and the youngest currently attending the University of North Texas.
Milo’s commitment to his Catholic faith is evident in his active involvement with All Saints Catholic Church, where he has been part of the choir since 1987. He also assists with food distribution efforts at the church.
Mark and Jessica approached Milo, inviting him to join the board of the Community Caring Center. While he considers himself more of a worker bee, Milo dedicates his time to the pantry by restocking supplies and attending meetings. His goals align with the center’s vision, which includes expanding its reach and services to serve the community better.
Milo’s dedication to service and strong values have influenced his approach to life and his daughters, whom he encourages to be contributors rather than burdens. He recognizes the challenges the younger generation faces in maintaining their values in today’s social media-driven world. Through his involvement with the Community Caring Center and his church, Milo strives to positively impact and inspire others to give back to the community.
With his extensive military and engineering background and deep-rooted faith, Milo Bazan brings a wealth of experience and a compassionate spirit to his role as a board member of the Community Caring Center. His contributions and commitment to helping those in need are invaluable assets in the community’s fight against hunger and food insecurity.