Cecilio Padrón had been a director of Miami’s Cuban American National Foundation in the 1980s before becoming a real-estate developer in Panama. Padrón, now in his 70s, still lives in Panama, his son said.
Cecilio Padrón had been a director of Miami’s Cuban American National Foundation in the 1980s before becoming a real-estate developer in Panama. Padrón, now in his 70s, still lives in Panama, his son said.
Cecilio Padrón had been a director of Miami’s Cuban American National Foundation in the 1980s before becoming a real-estate developer in Panama. Padrón, now in his 70s, still lives in Panama, his son said.

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