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José Berrocal was born on 1957 in Puerto Rico, is a president. Discover José Berrocal's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 43 years old?

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Occupation businessman
Age 43 years old
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Born 1957, 1957
Birthday 1957
Birthplace San Juan, Puerto Rico
Date of death (2000-00-00) Michigan, United States
Died Place Michigan, United States

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On May 13, 2002, the Government Development Bank announced the creation of the José M. Berrocal Institute for the Study of Public Finances and the Economy, which offers "training on the theory and practice of public finances and economic development to university students and new government employees." Since 2002, the GDB has sponsored the annual José Berrocal Finance & Economy Institute Internships aimed at providing college level students in the areas of Business Administration, Finance, Economy and Public Administrations — the areas in which Berrocal personally excelled — with a two-month internship experience.


On December 7, 2001, Bill Ford and the Ford Motor Company announced the creation of the José M. Berrocal Scholarship for Environmental Studies — $10,000 scholarships to assist graduate students studying environmental disciplines in Puerto Rico.


José M. Berrocal (1957 – October 25, 2000) was the youngest president of Puerto Rico Government Development Bank (1991–1992).

Berrocal's close Princeton classmate, Bill Ford, found out that he was seriously ill with a rare disease, thymic cancer. After visiting him in Puerto Rico, Ford sent a plane to fly his friend to the Henry Ford Hospital in Michigan, where a new chemotherapy treatment was applied, to no avail. On October 25, 2000, Berrocal died with his family and Bill Ford at his bedside.


In 1991, it was rumored that Governor Hernández Colón intended to appoint Berrocal as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico, according to a recent history of the Supreme Court (La justicia en sus manos-2007).


He graduated in 1975 from the Academia del Perpetuo Socorro in Miramar, PR, where he distinguished himself as president of the student council and the Model United Nations Club of PR. An accomplished debater, he championed Perpetuo's Model UN team to first place at the Washington, DC nationals. In 1979, Berrocal graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor's degree from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He followed this with studies as a Marshall Scholar at Oxford University, and then the study of law at Yale University, where he was an editor at the Yale Law Journal.