Fernando L. Collado González

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Current Name
Fernando L Collado Gonzalez
Current Location
United States of America
Name on Arrival
Fernando L. Collado González
Age on Arrival
13
Date of Arrival
Saturday, October 13, 1962
Relocated To
CWB Matecumbe

Fernando L.'s Story

yo vivia en la ciudad de MATANZAS en el reparto VERSALLES. ATENDI LA ACADEMIA DE MUNI. y llegue a matecumbe en oct. 13 del 1962 ahi estube cuatro meses y ME movieron para FLORIDA CITY por mi edad [ 14...

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Or you could simply ask if anyone remembers the name of the devil! Ya me tenias preocupada porque hace dias que no se de ti...que? estabas cojiendo un descanso de esta tirania?

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Jun 24th 2010

Fosforito, Fosforito...a mi se me olvido que te olvide!!! Imagine that! Pero la proxima vez que no te acuerdes, mejor le preguntas al diablo que me conoce mejor que la duquesa! Love you always, Candela!

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Jun 24th 2010

I have been trying to find Juanita Gonzalez for over a year. Her brother found me 3 days ago, on this website and sent me information about her. Very sad, he also sent me pictures of us. I I plan to post the pictures on my profile if you would like to see them. here is the email he sent Hola Niurka, The other day curiosity took me to the Pedro Pan Miami Herald web site and while searching a few known names which I still remembered, including that of my sister Juanita, I came across the fact that there were four ladies that had tried to contact her including you. Well here are the facts of why she has been unable to respond to any request. “I am my sisters’ voice.” Her name is Juanita (Gonzalez, maiden name) Sainz. I believe she shared the same home with you in Florida City. My sister no longer has cognitive awareness. A few years back she suffered a stroke due to some unknown brain conditions at the time, which left her progressively, in a matter of speaking in a vegetative state. She is presently located at the Waterford Convalescent Center in Hialeah. I do not see her as often as I should and when I do, it is questionable whether she recognizes me or not. Her husband Gilberto continues almost on a daily basis to visit and check on her and some of the nurses, claim that she recognizes him. Part of the reason I do not see her very often is the fact that I live in Indiana, well at least 6 months out of the year, the other 6, I spend in Florida (snow bird) and that’s when I take the time to visit her. As you can see, I have to apologize to have used this medium as a sort of catharsis. I have never put this into words or thought much about it, I just took it for granted. Life is always throwing us curve balls, and it is a matter of weather with swing or choke. Well included you can see some of the pictures of which I’m sure you will remember. I have more bright memories of my sister that I could share with you; it all has not been gloom and doom. She married twice and had two daughters from her first marriage, both living in Florida. Her last job was as a secretary for the Florida State Police Highway Department in Broward County. Please, would you be so kind to pass this along to the other ladies, as you probably already know who they are. Enough for now and looking forward to your response. Thanks Diego

Message by Niurka A Strong | Jun 15th 2010

Hermanito Fernando: We are back in South Carolina remembering details of our visit in Chicago, which began with you and your family showing us top-notch Northern Hospitality. The pizza was great, and the company was better. The only bad thing was that we didn't have more chances to get together -así es la vida. Now we hope to see you all in the South, where hospitality is legendary, the pace is "reeeeuhl slow" and the grits are not just for breakfast anymore. Now that we know how much you like grits, we'll take you to a place where they do their grits exactly like you like them: crisp and tasty. Heh, heh, heh! Hugs and kisses to Damien, Dominick, Desirée, Jordan and to you and Florence. Just looked at your WONDERFUL PHOTOS -thanks for sharing them. Have a good summer. Love, Yolanda

Message by Yolanda Cardenas Ganong | Jun 12th 2010

Fernando, upon closer observation, entre Tito Martinez y Pepe Couriel, el que esta es Gerardo Girado.

Message by Carmen Valdivia | Jun 11th 2010

Fernando, tome fitina y ahora recuerdo que la muchacha que esta a la derecha de Ivonne en la foto, se llama Conchita Gandara. Tu estas seguro de que ese muchacho es Rafael Sanchez?

Message by Carmen Valdivia | Jun 11th 2010

Hola Fernando, gracias por el mensaje de Isa. En esa foto estamos, de izquierta a derecha: Carmen Valdivia, Isa Valdivia, e Ivonne Pando; no me recuerdo del nombre de la otra muchacha pero su cara me es muy familiar a mi tambien. "Senior moments"

Message by Carmen Valdivia | Jun 10th 2010

Fernando, dice Melvin que el preparaba los sandwishes. No se si te recuerdas, nos daban un bologna & cheese sandwich, un paquete de fritos, una manzana y creo que un juguito en el brown bag.

Message by Carmen Valdivia | Jun 9th 2010

Fernando, no se si te acuerdas de mi, soy Alfredo Avalos, mi familia tambien es de Versalles de la cale Laborde y fuimos buenos amigos en Matecumbe y Florida City, mi email es acdcavalos@tds.net.

Message by Alfredo Cristobal Avalos Gordillo | Jun 9th 2010

Y adonde esta la foto con tu primita del alma?

Message by Susy Rodriguez | Jun 9th 2010

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