List of people from Chula Vista, California

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The following notable people were born in, residents of, attended an education institution in, or otherwise closely associated with the city of Chula Vista, California. Notation next to name is not what they are notable for, but how they are connected to the city.

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  • Billy Casper - graduated from Chula Vista High School, class of 1950

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  • M. Brian Maple - physicist at UCSD, born in Chula Vista
  • John Rojas, Jr. - historian, founded Chula Vista Historical Society (which later merged with Chula Vista Heritage Museum)
  • Wolfman Jack - radio personality who broadcast out of XERB in Chula Vista during the 1960s
  • Soledad Mexia - oldest Mexican-born person in the world, died in Chula Vista
  • Hector X. Delgado (codename: Shipwreck) - born in Chula Vista; a fictional character from the G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero toy line, cartoon series, and comic books.

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  10. Varga, George (15 February 2009). "When it came to his new gig, he nailed it". San Diego Union Tribune. Copley Newspapers. Retrieved 9 August 2009.
  11. Soto, Hiram (5 May 2007). "Lords of the ring". San Diego Union Tribune. Copley Newspaper. Retrieved 8 August 2009.
  12. "Sweetwater Hall of Fame Welcomes a Dozen More". Sweetwater in the News. Sweetwater Union High School District. Retrieved 9 August 2009.
  13. Jerry Soifer (22 October 2010). "INLAND: State VFW officials tour area, visit memorial". The Press-Enterprise. Retrieved 8 February 2013.
  14. Ello, Chris (15 May 1987). "San Diego Sluggers". Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 8 August 2009.
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  16. Scott French (3 February 2012). "CHIVAS: Solid midfield, interesting end". ESPN. Retrieved 28 February 2012. So might Romero, a former U.S. under-18 national-teamer from Chula Vista who has played in Mexico's (with Murcielagos FC) and Germany's (with TSG Thannhausen) lower divisions and is tearing up the Premier Arena Soccer League (local entrants: Anaheim Bolts) -- with 33 goals in seven games, including two nine-goal games, for the Tijuana Revolucion.
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