Jose A Manso Sanchez

General Information
Current Name
Jose A Manso Sanchez
Current Location
United States of America
Name on Arrival
Jose A Manso Sanchez
Age on Arrival
Date of Arrival
Tuesday, April 17, 1962
Relocated To
14120 NW 5 Ave, Miami
Stayed With
Gilberto Manso, uncle

Jose A's Story

The most important thing about being part of Operacion Pedro Pan was the courage and faith our parents had to make the decision to send us to "El Exilio" ahead of themselves. I have so much res...

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Thanks primito. Love ya, Jesu

Message by Jesus D Perez Garcia | Jul 26th 2009

Hi Jose Avelino, How are you? And yes I'm on facebook. Call Pochy and ask her for my email address and my home phone, she give it to you. I don't want to post anything like that here. I've just received an anonymous message on my message board and its not "kosher" with me. I'm seriously thinking of pulling out of this website. I'm too old and too tired to put up with offensive and derogartory messages towards me. The only thing good that has come out of this PPan Network is hooking back up with my primos and primas, God Bless you all. Love, Jesu

Message by Jesus D Perez Garcia | Jul 26th 2009

Mi hermano he creado un network para los Pedro Pan, pero en este uno puede hacer lo que quiera de su pagina y adornarla como quiera. dejaselo saber a todos que conoces y solo tienen que registrarse en y ahi me encontraran. Es buenisima y bonita pueden poner videos de cada uno o del youtube todo es para mejorar las cosas. Te veo ileana/minico

Message by Ileana Arriola (Minico) | Jul 22nd 2009

My Primo Jesucito! It is so good to hear from you. Of course I remember the mango tree, thanks for taking me down memory lane. We have tons of memories about the fun times at Tia and Tio's house (que en paz descansen). As Maribel pointed out, they made it all possible for us. I know that our parents would not have sent us if it had not been for the close bond of trust and love that our families shared. I am glad you found this website. Please register on this website and post your story. The world needs to hear our stories. Also, send me your email address. I want to see the photos you mentioned. Are you on Facebook?

Message by Jose A Manso Sanchez | Jul 15th 2009

Hello Avelinito, How goes it? Ileana's story brought tears to my eyes. I was the first one to get there and the last one out. We went thru alot during those years but we also had alot of fun as well. this goes out to all my primitos - Do you guys remember when we use to climb the "mango" tree in the back of the house of tio Gilberto's house and eat mangoes while sitting either on the tree or the the roof of the house? I have great memories of all of that and plenty of pictures to go along with that. Alot of pictures of Ileana, Mayra and myself with our parents at the Zoologico de la habana as well. Birthdays, anniversaries, and whole lot of pics of when we were very young. Its nce to read all the stories in this venue. Lots of hugs & kisses to you and to all.

Message by Marcia Caridad Ramos Gonzalez | Jul 14th 2009

Primo, I didn't even know you were part of this program. I know how corageous tia and tia were and how much they trusted mami & papi.

Message by Maribel | Jul 13th 2009

Hola Primo... Love the photo you have posted! My face tells my story, doesn't it?

Message by Marcia Caridad Ramos Gonzalez | Jun 2nd 2009

I will get it scanned this weekend. Do you mind if I post it on this website? We all look so cute in our matching suits and dresses. I love you too Prima.

Message by Jose A Manso Sanchez | May 21st 2009

Hey Primo. Love your story...our story! I read on Mayra's page that you have a photo of the day we arrived. Would you scan it and email it to me? Thank you! Love, Ileana

Message by Ileana Manso Kane | May 20th 2009

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