Pedro Pan Administrator

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Pedro Pan Administrator
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United States of America
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Pedro Pan Administrator
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Date of Arrival
Friday, January 1, 1960
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Haiti Pedro Pan
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" ANONYMOUS " if any Pedro Pan has anything to hide then you may call yourself " anonymous otherwise stay out the purpuse of this page is to get to know each other since this is a mayor event in our life , iam allmost 65 year old and can't remember must of the names of the kids at Matecumbe but it brings me joy when i hear from anyone that may have been at the same Carpa at the time i was there, the circuntances was diferent for everyone of us and in some cases very hard to take but we made it and we did Triumph at the end. Eddie E.Fernandez Tramezaygues " El Frances "

Message by Eddie Enrique Fernandez Tramezaygues | Jul 24th 2009

Dear Pedro Pan Administrator: Unless I misread the information provided in the FAQ section of the website, unregistered users do not have access to such information as a registered user's telephone number, email address, and other personal information. I do have, however, a suggestion to make with respect to the issue raised by both Minico and Dorticos: non-Pedro Pan as well as all other unregistered users should be required to register as "guests" (that is, create a guest account) in order to post messages. Of course, I do not know whether this would be a feasible solution given the present configuration of the website. In addition, there will probably be an additional website maintenance cost associated with it. Nevertheless, such proposed solution is likely to discourage those who under the veil of anonimity abuse the website by posting offensive material. Whatever the solution adopted, I trust that a satisfactory way can be found that will not discourage Non-Pedro Pan users acting in good faith from participating now and in the future. Let us not punish the many for the wrongdoings of a few. Finally, I would like to take this opportunity to commend you for the wonderful work you're doing. Thank you.

Message by Jose Antonio Amaro Reyes | Jul 23rd 2009

I agree with Ileana, those people that do not want to say who they are should not be allowed to enter the site, let alone see the information, telephone numbers, addresses, etc one leaves in the messages. Luis

Message by Luis R Gonzalez (Dorticos) | Jul 23rd 2009

WHY ANONYMOUS??? One Pedro Pan, a loyal user of this site, brings up a good question. Why are some on the network going by the name ANONYMOUS? If they are really Pedro Pans, why not register and make your name known to the others? Should we care, not care? Does anyone have any thoughts on the matter? Send out a message.

Message by Pedro Pan Administrator | Jul 23rd 2009

Pedro quisiera saber si les puedes dejar saber a todos los 65 muchachos/as que estuvimos en St John's Academy, Colfax, Wa desde 8/1/62 hasta el 1966 que cerraron que se comuniquen conmigo aca en el network este o a mi email ileanacuba@yahoo.com Gracias es que queremos hacer las reuniones de nosotros con mas muchachos que nos faltan unos cuantos que estan aun regados... gracias mil ileana

Message by Ileana Arriola (Minico) | Jul 23rd 2009

Pedro estoy un poco intrigada: me escribe un tal no se quien y me dice cantidad de cosas pero al final me firma Anonymous. (Espero me escribas para comenzar nuestra nueva hermandad como Pedro Panitos que somos. Le doy gracias a Dios por esta cadena nueva que se creo para conectarnos a nuestros hermanos e hermanas Pedro Panitos. Que Dios te bendiga, tu nuevo hermano Pedro Panito, Jesus Dario (mejor conocido como - Jesusito! :) Message by Anonymous | 9 hours ago) es normal que UDS dejen a uno ponerse anonymous y uno NO poder contestarle ni saber su email?? Para mi si no quiere que sepan quien es NO deberia estar en el database y registrado mucho menos, sabra DIos lo que quiere entrando aca?? Por favor averiguar y dejarme saber pues como estan los tiempos hoy en dia esto puede ser sospechoso y cuidar de la seguridad de todos nosotros. Dejaselo saber a Luisa Yanez y espero sus respuestas hacia la seguridad no solo mia sino de todos los demas..gracias

Message by Ileana Arriola (Minico) | Jul 23rd 2009

WHERE YOU SETTLED TO ST. PATRICK'S HOME IN SACRAMENTO? Maria Petronila Hernandez, one of our most loyal Pedro Pans, would like to reconnect with others who were sent there. You can email her at: milmary@comcast.net

Message by Pedro Pan Administrator | Jul 22nd 2009

DOES ANYONE REMEMBER SISTER PAULINA? She was among the nuns who cared for Pedro Pan children at Kendall camp and then Florida City from 1961 to 1963. Sister Paulina was only 21 when she was at the camps. She now lives in Mexico and is visiting Miami until Aug. 6. She would like to reconnect with some of the children she helped comfort. To see a photo of her today, go to Carmen Romanach's story on this website. She has uploaded a photograph of her and the sister. To contact, Sister Paulina message at Carmencita215@aol.com.

Message by Pedro Pan Administrator | Jul 21st 2009

Dear Pedro Pan Administration, I just would like to thank all of you who put this website together and worked so hard to help us communicate and find old friends. The week the website went active, I emailed asking for help to see if there was anyone that knew my best friend in Fla. City named Angelita Alayon. She is on the list but had no registered. I received a lot of responses from girls, but no one knew where she was. Then one day, on person emailed me back and told me that she and her sisters, grew up on the same block, and their mothers were best friends but that the last time they spoke my friend and her husband were living in NY. With that information, I was able to use US Search and found two addresses, her maiden name and then her husband's name and her married name, and a phone number that would only ring and no one answered. So, I as the two sisters and I became closer and emailed each other constantly with more information, I decided to write a letter to her and verify if she was the same person I was looking for. I remembered her birhthday, and the two sisters verified her birhtday, so I knew I was on the right track. I decided to search for her parents who luckly had a listed phone number. I verified with them her birthday, and then asked them to have her call me. By then the letter had reached her and she emailed me letting me know she would call the next day. So we spoke and we both thought it was amazing to be able to talk again. Not only did I find her and her parents, but the two sisters and my friend were able to reunite again. An the neatest thing of all is that their Moms, who are in their 90s, were able to speak on the phone to each other. I just wanted to share this with everyone, so they can see how wonderful this website is, and how it will help us find our old friends and make new ones. Niurka Monfort Strong

Message by Niurka A Strong | Jul 21st 2009

Pedro Pan Administrator queria Preguntarle acerca de los Pedro Pans que por alguna razon u otra ya han fallecido desgraciadamente, existe alguna lista sobre ellos? ya que yo veo con frequencia en que muchos de sus familiares por razones que aun yo dezconosco no prveen esta informacion en el data-base de los Pedrp Pans, yo conozco a (2) casos que quisiera informarles, el primero es Camilo I. Lezcano, y el otro es Ruben Merida, eran mi amigos de Mtecumbe y Fort Wayne, Indiana. gracias Henry

Message by Henry/Enrique Rodriguez (EL MUSICO) | Jul 20th 2009

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