Until the end, for-profit college operator Ernesto Perez was surrounded by politicians. Included in this photo at a ribbon-cutting five weeks ago: Perez, second from left; state Sen. Dwight Bullard, fourth from left; and, in back row at right, state Sen. Anitere Flores, state Sen. Rene Garcia, Coral Gables Vice Mayor Frank Quesada and state Sen. Oscar Braynon (obscured).
Until the end, for-profit college operator Ernesto Perez was surrounded by politicians. Included in this photo at a ribbon-cutting five weeks ago: Perez, second from left; state Sen. Dwight Bullard, fourth from left; and, in back row at right, state Sen. Anitere Flores, state Sen. Rene Garcia, Coral Gables Vice Mayor Frank Quesada and state Sen. Oscar Braynon (obscured). Onelia Collazo Mendive For the Herald
Until the end, for-profit college operator Ernesto Perez was surrounded by politicians. Included in this photo at a ribbon-cutting five weeks ago: Perez, second from left; state Sen. Dwight Bullard, fourth from left; and, in back row at right, state Sen. Anitere Flores, state Sen. Rene Garcia, Coral Gables Vice Mayor Frank Quesada and state Sen. Oscar Braynon (obscured). Onelia Collazo Mendive For the Herald

Politicians and Dade Medical College’s Perez: friends to the end

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