My twin sister Julie and I came from Habana. We lived in Marianao and had been students at Candler College. We used to go to "El Nautico" to play squash and dance. We had no friends or family in the...
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Hi Rose, I already activated the connection. Thanks, Carmen Valdivia
| Apr 1st 2014
Rosa says: Hi, I haven't looked at this site in a long time but I am still here, in Chicago, working full time as a psychiatrist and addiction medicine speciali
Status update | Mar 23rd 2014
Rosa, no me he olvidado de las fotos, pero tuve que venir a GA por 2 semanas, ya estoy al regresar a Miami. Sinceramente, me encanta la "Paz de la gente de GA"..Miami es demasiado competitivo. Pero en fin, una vez regrese, buscare las fotos de Chicago Pedro Pan "era". Ya las tengo de regreso. Saludos.
| Jun 28th 2010
Hi Rosa, my name is Tomika Anderson and I am a reporter with the Scholastic Magazine for children in New York. I am interviewing Pedro Pan kids for an upcoming piece. If you are interested in telling your story please reach out to me at the email address below. I hope we get to connect soon. All the best, Tomika
| Jun 11th 2010
Rosa has updated their profile.
Status update | Jun 11th 2010
Hello Rose, nice to hear from you. I've found there are all levels of recollection in this site and I believe the age doesn't really matter. The funny thing to me is the things we remember compared with the things we don't; something you'd consider important can't be recalled while the unimportant details seem to glow brightly in your mind. That's such an interesting thing to me. You were very fortunate to be in a good home especially with the length of time you were separated. I was so sorry to read your dad never made over. I know that changed your life forever. I'm going to try and be at the 50th too. I'm about 100 miles from Miami and I have to drive down, spend the night, so on and so forth, but I'm sure it will be worth it. I'd love to get together! It's a wonderful idea. - Mary
Maria Petronila Hernandez Mills
| Jun 10th 2010
Rosa says: Mamioli Mora was a saint. My sister ended up getting hepatitis at the camp and Mamioli wouldn't leave her even though she was in isolation!
Status update | Jun 9th 2010
Rosa,you and others you might want to know that Mamioli Mora passed away only last year at age 96.
Marcia Caridad Ramos Gonzalez
| Jun 9th 2010
Rosa says: Who stayed with me and my twin sister, Julie, in Florida City with Mamioli and Papioli Mora starting March of 1962? We were 16 years old.
I'm about to get those pictures back ...I had sent them for the Pedro Pan documentary...they're being Fed Ex, per Christie Gripenberg's e mail to me. I will get a set of copies to you.
Emma A. Botet Zuloaga
| May 31st 2010
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