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Background Information

Employment History

Member

Professional Football Players Mothers' Association


Member

Cleotha


Captain of the Cheerleading Team

Prairie View A&M University


Affiliations

Juneteenth

Member of the Celebration Committee


National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Silver Life Member


A. Philip Randolph Institute

Member


Education

Prairie View A&M University


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www.pfpma.org

Cleotha Aldridge is the WOMAN!
By M. Ojo February 12, 2010 Cleotha Aldridge, a founding member of the Professional Football Players Mothers Association (PFPMA), has made PFPMA one of her priorities since becoming a member in 1999. Cleotha grew up in Port Arthur, Texas and now resides in Missouri City, Texas (a suburb of Houston) where she and her husband, Allen, Sr., (retired NFL player) are the parents of 2 children: Ronda, a teacher in the Houston Independent School District, and Allen, Jr., a high school athletic director & head football coach in the Fort Bend Independent School District, and retired NFL player with Denver Broncos and Detroit Lions. Cleotha is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University, one of the nations oldest Historically Black College/University (HBCU), where she was a captain of the cheerleading team. For more than 26 years she taught elementary students in the Houston Independent School District. Cleotha hit the floor running upon becoming a member of PFPMA and has not stopped yet. A mere four months after joining PFPMA, she and other Houston area PFPMA moms were busy hosting the Annual Preseason Conference. She and the Houston area moms also spearheaded PFPMAs largest fund raiser to date, the Moms and Sons Super Bowl Gala held in Houston in 2004. However, super bowls were not new to her, Allen, Jr., earned a super bowl ring in 1998 while playing for the Denver Broncos. A very active, committed and respected member of PFPMA, Cleotha has spent most of those years serving on several committees, including PFPMAs Board of Directors as Regional Coordinator and Parliamentarian. Noted for her passion and her understanding of parliamentary rules and procedures, her guidance has been instrumental to PFPMA. Because of this passion and understanding, she will debate or challenge anyone concerning Roberts Rules of Order; however, she does so in a voice that is calming, formal and sisterly. She has served and worked under all past and present presidents of the association. Cleotha is a constant presence at all PFPMA activities; she has attended all annual meetings, preseason conferences and super bowl activities since becoming a member. In 2008, Cleotha became convinced that PFPMA should have a presence at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundations (CBCF) Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) in Washington, DC. She introduced her idea to the Board and became PFPMAs first representative at this important event. During the 2009 CBCFs ALC, Cleotha received a personal invitation to attend the ceremony renaming the NFL Players Associations Washington D.C. Headquarters to 63 Upshaw Place after the late Executive Director, Gene Upshaw. During the ceremony, Cleotha had an opportunity to discuss PFPMA with Paul Tagliabue (former NFL Commissioner), DeMaurice F. Smith (Executive Director, NFL Players Association), and Roger Goddel (NFL Commissioner). Cleotha spent the last five years lovingly caring for her mother who peacefully passed away in October. Her children and grandchildren are her greatest inspiration. You can find her on weekends attending her grandsons little league games and following her son and his high school football team. She is a member of Holy Family Catholic Church, a Silver Life member of the NAACP, member of the A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) and a member of the Juneteenth Celebration Committee in Missouri City, Texas (Juneteenth represents: June 19th - Emancipation of Slavery in the state of Texas). Her interests also include volunteering in community and grass roots political organizations. She is an avid dog lover.


www.pfpma.org

Cleotha Aldridge is the WOMAN!
By M. Ojo February 12, 2010 Cleotha Aldridge, a founding member of the Professional Football Players Mothers Association (PFPMA), has made PFPMA one of her priorities since becoming a member in 1999. Cleotha grew up in Port Arthur, Texas and now resides in Missouri City, Texas (a suburb of Houston) where she and her husband, Allen, Sr., (retired NFL player) are the parents of 2 children: Ronda, a teacher in the Houston Independent School District, and Allen, Jr., a high school athletic director & head football coach in the Fort Bend Independent School District, and retired NFL player with Denver Broncos and Detroit Lions. Cleotha is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University, one of the nations oldest Historically Black College/University (HBCU), where she was a captain of the cheerleading team. For more than 26 years she taught elementary students in the Houston Independent School District. Cleotha hit the floor running upon becoming a member of PFPMA and has not stopped yet. A mere four months after joining PFPMA, she and other Houston area PFPMA moms were busy hosting the Annual Preseason Conference. She and the Houston area moms also spearheaded PFPMAs largest fund raiser to date, the Moms and Sons Super Bowl Gala held in Houston in 2004. However, super bowls were not new to her, Allen, Jr., earned a super bowl ring in 1998 while playing for the Denver Broncos. A very active, committed and respected member of PFPMA, Cleotha has spent most of those years serving on several committees, including PFPMAs Board of Directors as Regional Coordinator and Parliamentarian. Noted for her passion and her understanding of parliamentary rules and procedures, her guidance has been instrumental to PFPMA. Because of this passion and understanding, she will debate or challenge anyone concerning Roberts Rules of Order; however, she does so in a voice that is calming, formal and sisterly. She has served and worked under all past and present presidents of the association. Cleotha is a constant presence at all PFPMA activities; she has attended all annual meetings, preseason conferences and super bowl activities since becoming a member. In 2008, Cleotha became convinced that PFPMA should have a presence at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundations (CBCF) Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) in Washington, DC. She introduced her idea to the Board and became PFPMAs first representative at this important event. During the 2009 CBCFs ALC, Cleotha received a personal invitation to attend the ceremony renaming the NFL Players Associations Washington D.C. Headquarters to 63 Upshaw Place after the late Executive Director, Gene Upshaw. During the ceremony, Cleotha had an opportunity to discuss PFPMA with Paul Tagliabue (former NFL Commissioner), DeMaurice F. Smith (Executive Director, NFL Players Association), and Roger Goddel (NFL Commissioner). Cleotha spent the last five years lovingly caring for her mother who peacefully passed away in October. Her children and grandchildren are her greatest inspiration. You can find her on weekends attending her grandsons little league games and following her son and his high school football team. She is a member of Holy Family Catholic Church, a Silver Life member of the NAACP, member of the A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) and a member of the Juneteenth Celebration Committee in Missouri City, Texas (Juneteenth represents: June 19th - Emancipation of Slavery in the state of Texas). Her interests also include volunteering in community and grass roots political organizations. She is an avid dog lover.


www.pfpma.org

Cleotha Aldridge is the WOMAN!
PFPMA - PFPMA News Cleotha Aldridge is the WOMAN! By M. Ojo February 12, 2010 Cleotha Aldridge, a founding member of the Professional Football Players Mothers Association (PFPMA), has made PFPMA one of her priorities since becoming a member in 1999. Cleotha grew up in Port Arthur, Texas and now resides in Missouri City, Texas (a suburb of Houston) where she and her husband, Allen, Sr., (retired NFL player) are the parents of 2 children: Ronda, a teacher in the Houston Independent School District, and Allen, Jr., a high school athletic director & head football coach in the Fort Bend Independent School District, and retired NFL player with Denver Broncos and Detroit Lions. Cleotha is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University, one of the nations oldest Historically Black College/University (HBCU), where she was a captain of the cheerleading team. For more than 26 years she taught elementary students in the Houston Independent School District. Cleotha hit the floor running upon becoming a member of PFPMA and has not stopped yet. A mere four months after joining PFPMA, she and other Houston area PFPMA moms were busy hosting the Annual Preseason Conference. She and the Houston area moms also spearheaded PFPMAs largest fund raiser to date, the Moms and Sons Super Bowl Gala held in Houston in 2004. However, super bowls were not new to her, Allen, Jr., earned a super bowl ring in 1998 while playing for the Denver Broncos. A very active, committed and respected member of PFPMA, Cleotha has spent most of those years serving on several committees, including PFPMAs Board of Directors as Regional Coordinator and Parliamentarian. Noted for her passion and her understanding of parliamentary rules and procedures, her guidance has been instrumental to PFPMA. Because of this passion and understanding, she will debate or challenge anyone concerning Roberts Rules of Order; however, she does so in a voice that is calming, formal and sisterly. She has served and worked under all past and present presidents of the association. Cleotha is a constant presence at all PFPMA activities; she has attended all annual meetings, preseason conferences and super bowl activities since becoming a member. In 2008, Cleotha became convinced that PFPMA should have a presence at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundations (CBCF) Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) in Washington, DC. She introduced her idea to the Board and became PFPMAs first representative at this important event. During the 2009 CBCFs ALC, Cleotha received a personal invitation to attend the ceremony renaming the NFL Players Associations Washington D.C. Headquarters to 63 Upshaw Place after the late Executive Director, Gene Upshaw. During the ceremony, Cleotha had an opportunity to discuss PFPMA with Paul Tagliabue (former NFL Commissioner), DeMaurice F. Smith (Executive Director, NFL Players Association), and Roger Goddel (NFL Commissioner). Cleotha spent the last five years lovingly caring for her mother who peacefully passed away in October. Her children and grandchildren are her greatest inspiration. You can find her on weekends attending her grandsons little league games and following her son and his high school football team. She is a member of Holy Family Catholic Church, a Silver Life member of the NAACP, member of the A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) and a member of the Juneteenth Celebration Committee in Missouri City, Texas (Juneteenth represents: June 19th - Emancipation of Slavery in the state of Texas). Her interests also include volunteering in community and grass roots political organizations. She is an avid dog lover.


www.pfpma.org

Cleotha Aldridge is the WOMAN!
PFPMA - PFPMA News Cleotha Aldridge is the WOMAN! By M. Ojo February 12, 2010 Cleotha Aldridge, a founding member of the Professional Football Players Mothers Association (PFPMA), has made PFPMA one of her priorities since becoming a member in 1999. Cleotha grew up in Port Arthur, Texas and now resides in Missouri City, Texas (a suburb of Houston) where she and her husband, Allen, Sr., (retired NFL player) are the parents of 2 children: Ronda, a teacher in the Houston Independent School District, and Allen, Jr., a high school athletic director & head football coach in the Fort Bend Independent School District, and retired NFL player with Denver Broncos and Detroit Lions. Cleotha is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University, one of the nations oldest Historically Black College/University (HBCU), where she was a captain of the cheerleading team. For more than 26 years she taught elementary students in the Houston Independent School District. Cleotha hit the floor running upon becoming a member of PFPMA and has not stopped yet. A mere four months after joining PFPMA, she and other Houston area PFPMA moms were busy hosting the Annual Preseason Conference. She and the Houston area moms also spearheaded PFPMAs largest fund raiser to date, the Moms and Sons Super Bowl Gala held in Houston in 2004. However, super bowls were not new to her, Allen, Jr., earned a super bowl ring in 1998 while playing for the Denver Broncos. A very active, committed and respected member of PFPMA, Cleotha has spent most of those years serving on several committees, including PFPMAs Board of Directors as Regional Coordinator and Parliamentarian. Noted for her passion and her understanding of parliamentary rules and procedures, her guidance has been instrumental to PFPMA. Because of this passion and understanding, she will debate or challenge anyone concerning Roberts Rules of Order; however, she does so in a voice that is calming, formal and sisterly. She has served and worked under all past and present presidents of the association. Cleotha is a constant presence at all PFPMA activities; she has attended all annual meetings, preseason conferences and super bowl activities since becoming a member. In 2008, Cleotha became convinced that PFPMA should have a presence at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundations (CBCF) Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) in Washington, DC. She introduced her idea to the Board and became PFPMAs first representative at this important event. During the 2009 CBCFs ALC, Cleotha received a personal invitation to attend the ceremony renaming the NFL Players Associations Washington D.C. Headquarters to 63 Upshaw Place after the late Executive Director, Gene Upshaw. During the ceremony, Cleotha had an opportunity to discuss PFPMA with Paul Tagliabue (former NFL Commissioner), DeMaurice F. Smith (Executive Director, NFL Players Association), and Roger Goddel (NFL Commissioner). Cleotha spent the last five years lovingly caring for her mother who peacefully passed away in October. Her children and grandchildren are her greatest inspiration. You can find her on weekends attending her grandsons little league games and following her son and his high school football team. She is a member of Holy Family Catholic Church, a Silver Life member of the NAACP, member of the A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) and a member of the Juneteenth Celebration Committee in Missouri City, Texas (Juneteenth represents: June 19th - Emancipation of Slavery in the state of Texas). Her interests also include volunteering in community and grass roots political organizations. She is an avid dog lover.


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Cleotha Aldridge


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