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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce named the 2014 business man and business woman of the year.

David Crowe of Tucson Embedded Systems and Claudia Zanes of Zanes Law took the title.

Crowe is the president and co-founder of Tucson Embedded Systems, an aerospace engineering firm that has achieved impressive success and growth.

Zanes is the CEO and co-founder of Zanes Law, Arizona's leading personal injury law firm.

Crowe and Zanes were selected on the basis of their distinguished leadership in the areas of entrepreneurship, organizational management and community engagement, according to the THCC.

The following are all of this year's award recipients:

Hispanic Business Man: David Crowe

Hispanic Business Woman: Claudia Zanes

Southern Arizona Corporation: Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment

Mexican Corporation: Collectron International Management, Inc.

Arizona Public Servant of the Year: Mayor Jonathon Rothschild

Mexican Public Servant of the Year: Mexican Consul Ricardo Pineda

La Estrella Award: Priscilla Storm

Legacy Award: Governor Raul Castro

Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment, an enterprise of the Tohono O'odham Nation, was named the Southern Arizona Corporation of the Year and Collectron International Management, Inc. is the Mexican Corporation of the Year for 2014.

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