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July 17, 2018

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November 13, 2015
Tia Angie We are here for you for whatever and whenever you need us. It it's a big loss not having uncle Tato around to see him or hear him every day. We forever will have him and our hearts. May he rest in peace We love forever <3
November 10, 2015
Dear Argentina,
Recibe mi mas sentido pesame por el fallecimiento de tu querido esposo, Aris (qepd).
Dios te de resignacion y fortaleza para sobrellevar estos tristes momentos.
Un fuerte abrazo,
Miriam Palmerola
November 10, 2015
It is with a very heavy heart that I say goodbye to a very close friend of mine whom I knew for 14 years since I was a student from Joseph P. Keefe Technical Vocational High School (2001-2005). I was glad to hear his stories about Cuba along with political discussions and not to mention the New York Yankees. I enjoyed the phone calls that I exchanged with him and his wife Argentina. He was a very kind and generous man. He was a gentleman and a class act to say the very least. I will miss him dearly. -Casey Jackson. Framingham, MA.
November 10, 2015
It is with a very heavy heart that I say goodbye to a very close friend of mine whom I knew for 14 years since I was a student from Joseph P. Keefe Technical Vocational High School (2001-2005). I was glad to hear his stories about Cuba along with political discussions and not to mention the New York Yankees. I enjoyed the phone calls that I exchanged with him and his wife Argentina. He was a very kind and generous man. He was a gentleman and a class act to say the very least. I will miss him dearly. -Casey Jackson. Framingham, MA.