José Antonio Amaro Reyes

General Information
Current Name
Jose Antonio Amaro Reyes
Current Location
United States of America
Name on Arrival
José Antonio Amaro Reyes
Age on Arrival
13
Date of Arrival
Tuesday, August 14, 1962
Relocated To
CWB Matecumbe

José Antonio's Story

Remarks:An English translation is provided below for non-Spanish speaking relatives and friends.

Nací en el antiguo municipio de Holguín de la antigua provincia de Oriente en el año 1948. Fui bauti...

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CONGRATULATIONS! GREAT JOB!

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Jul 25th 2012

ANNOUNCEMENT: The city of Florida City Government approved last night (July 24, 2012) renaming Pedro Pan Place the portion of 2nd Avenue NW that runs through the former Florida City Camp. A ceremony will be held on site in November of 2012 to celebrate both the unveiling of the Historical Landmark plaque/marker awarded to the camp by the State of Florida and the posting of the Pedro Pan Place street sign. A special thanks to the Mayor's Office for its support. To view photographs of the Council's meeting and the presentation made by members of the Operation Pedro Pan Group, Inc, please go to: http://www.facebook.com/OPPGI.

Message by Jose Antonio Amaro Reyes | Jul 25th 2012

Estoy buscando alguna cancion de Holguin pero hasta ahora nada, solamente una de Antilla.

Message by Carlos W J Bermudez Zayas | Jun 30th 2012

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Status update | Jun 30th 2012

ANNOUNCEMENT: Daniel Tanchez, Elliott Riches and Catherine Harrington of the American Heritage School in Broward County, Fl, received the Special Award in the Immigration History Category at the National History Day Contest, held at the University of Maryland, during June 10-14, 2012, for their project entitled "Operation Pedro Pan: The Story." They had placed second in the Senior Group Performance Category at the 2012 Florida History Fair State Contest earlier in May. Congratulations!

Message by Jose Antonio Amaro Reyes | Jun 14th 2012

ANNOUNCEMENT: Dylan Henry, a sixth grader at Shahala Middle School in Vancouver, WA, placed 1st in the Junior Individual Documentary category at the 2012 Washington State History Day Contest with his documentary "Operation Pedro Pan: Through the Eyes of the Children." Dylan is the grandson of Pedro Pan María del Carmen Cobo, who arrived in the Florida City Camp at age 14 on April 17, 1962. Congratulations Dylan!

Message by Jose Antonio Amaro Reyes | Jun 13th 2012

José Antonio, thank you for sharing photos of your parents. This is very special. I got a chuckle on your mother standing a step up between you and your father to be able to put a hand on the shoulder of each of you. Very sweet. May the rest together in the peace and love our our Lord. Your Pedro Pan sister.

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Jun 5th 2012

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Status update | Jun 3rd 2012

City of Albuquerque and State of New Mexico proclaim May 18 Operation Pedro Pan Day! Congratulations Pedro Panes! To view New Mexico Pedro Pan reunion and proclamation videos, copy and paste the following links on your browser: http://www.kluz.tv/noticia/2012/05/30/375605-ninos-viaje-sin-retorno.html http://www.kluz.tv/noticia/2012/05/31/376075-segunda-parte-ninos-viaje-sin-retorno.html

Message by Jose Antonio Amaro Reyes | Jun 1st 2012

Continúa explotación infantil por parte del regimen comunista según la denuncia planteada el 15 de noviembre de 2011 al Presidente del Poder Popular Municipal en Songo-La Maya en la provincia de Santiago de Cuba por el Municipio de Oposición en Songo-La Maya. Veáse: http://municipiosdeoposicion.com/Demamda-EInfantil.htm

Message by Jose Antonio Amaro Reyes | May 27th 2012

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