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April 22, 2016
Evelyn I can't believe I did not hear about Lone's passing. In part it was because my family and I were still grieving my father's death that same year in July. I do hope Lone did not suffer. I have always held the both of you in my heart inspite of the distance in years and miles. As a brand new naturalized citizen it was my priveledge and great fortune to have met you when he came back from Washington to run for mayor. I learned so very much from both of y'all about the political process and the greatness of the USA. But mostly I was blessed with the friendship both of you gifted me with .
I am back in Shreveport,LA.
Your most respectfully and gratefully
Marta Elena PINEDA
August 8, 2014
I met Mr. Castillo in 1969 when I was a 1st year teacher at Lamar Elementary on Gentry Street. He was a teacher's advocate and a humanitarian. He was a man of principal and had a special way of making you feel that he took in all of your verbal concerns and acted on the ones that he could to help make life better for all who lived in Houston.
My prayers go out to the Castillo family.
Joyce Tate, retired educator.
July 21, 2014
My sincere condolences to Mr. Castillo's family, I am sorry for your loss. I learned of his passing today just by coincidence really. I met Mr. Castillo only once while attending HIU, we struck up a brief conversation and he made me feel right at home there despite the fact I was new to the city and new to the college at the time. He was a very nice and personable man, and from what I have learned of his legacy after the fact, Houston has certainly lost a great man, and I am happy to have known him.
December 2, 2013
My condolences to the family of Lone Castillo. I was a high school classmate.I remember Lone mostly for his calm demeanor.
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