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February 11, 2014 6:28 PM

Obituary: Pedro ‘Pete’ Montalvo, 75, helped form Mexican-American bowling league

Pedro E. “Pete” Montalvo, a Sacramento bowling fan who promoted the sport among Mexican Americans as a social activity that grew into an international competition, died Feb. 3 with liver and pancreatic cancer, his family said. He was 75.

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