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Employment History

  • Director of Community Relations
    Opportunity Center for the Homeless
  • Assistant Director
    Opportunity Center for the Homeless
  • Assistant Director
    El Paso Opportunity Center
  • HUD Project Coordinator
    El Paso Coalition for the Homeless
  • Board Member
    El Paso Coalition for the Homeless
  • Board Member
    El Paso Empowerment Zone Corporation
  • Board Member
    El Paso Festival Association
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Texas Homeless Service Organizations, 23 Feb 2006 [cached]
Contact: Dave Gillooly, Executive Director Email:
David Gillooly is being ..., 10 Nov 2014 [cached]
David Gillooly is being featured as this week's Manhunt Monday fugitive.
Officials said Gillooly is wanted on charges of theft of property over $100,000/under $200,000 and misapplication of fiduciary property.
He is accused of taking money from the TVP Nonprofit Corporation in East El Paso. According to their website, TVP provides housing and supportive services to low-income El Pasoans.
According to El Paso Times archives, Gillooly was the executive director of TVP and once worked as an assistant director for the Opportunity Center for the Homeless. According to the Port Arthur News in Port Arthur, Texas, Gillooly was wanted by police for allegedly stealing as much as $100,000 from a homeless shelter there.
And in 1993, according to the Virginian-Pilot newspaper in Norfolk, Va., Gillooly was accused of forging checks and mismanaging $60,000 in funds as director of the Tidewater AIDS Crisis Taskforce.
Gillooly is described as 5 feet, 4 inches tall, 170 pounds with brown/gray hair and blue eyes.
Anyone with information on Gillooly's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers of El Paso at 566-8477.
El Paso Times Local news, 17 Aug 2005 [cached]
City Council members on Tuesday heard about the progress made in the past 12 months by the city-appointed El Paso Coalition for the Homeless from Dave Gillooly, the assistant director of the El Paso Opportunity Center.
The initiative, he said, was the result of a directive from the Department of Housing and Urban Development administration last year that the nation's major cities come up with 10-year plans for ending homelessness in their communities.
Gillooly said El Paso was the first Texas city to develop such a plan and to begin to put it in motion.
"We want to keep the task force going and not just have the plan gather dust on a shelf," Gillooly said."We want this new administration to add a few people and give us direction."
On Jan. 19, he said, a count of the homeless came up with a total of 1,576 in the city, which has 29 shelters capable of housing almost that many, 1,541.
"But we were not able to count a bunch of people," he said."We estimate that in the course of a year there are 10,000 to 15,000 El Pasoans who are homeless."
Last week, he said, the Opportunity Center opened a 16-unit transitional living center for homeless women at 1318 Myrtle, where it also has a 12-room center for single women who are homeless.
El Paso Times Local news, 26 Mar 2005 [cached]
Someone you should know: David W. GilloolyEl Paso Times Local news
Someone you should know: David W. Gillooly
David W. Gillooly has been HUD project coordinator for the El Paso Coalition for the Homeless for the past year.Gillooly, who worked his way off the streets, works with local support groups and homeless shelters and advocates to help El Pasoans overcome homelessness.
David W. Gillooly
Someone you should know: David W. Gillooly
Housing Authority of the City of El Paso, 4 April 2005 [cached]
OTHER ATTENDEES: Gary Larcenaire; R. E. Barron; Juan Barron; Alfonso Armendariz; Jorge Mora; Cindy Clark; Jean R. Joseph-Vanderpool; Bruce A. Black; David Gillooly; John Rowhanian; Sofia Villarreal; Arturo Villarreal; Cathia Armendariz; John Fox, Carleen R. Barth; Kelly Juen; Fernie Luevano; and Debbie Foster.
David Gillooly, Director of the El Paso Coalition for the Homeless, said they are the coordinating entity for the Continuum of Care process, which funded this program.
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