Cuban-American Ana Diaz-Gutierrez and her granddaughter, Andrea Carolina, 4, pay respects at their family's grave in Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North in Little Havana Sunday after hearing of Fidel Castro's death. Gutierrez's mom, grandmother, uncle and aunt rest at the cemetery in Little Havana.
Cuban-American Ana Diaz-Gutierrez and her granddaughter, Andrea Carolina, 4, pay respects at their family's grave in Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North in Little Havana Sunday after hearing of Fidel Castro's death. Gutierrez's mom, grandmother, uncle and aunt rest at the cemetery in Little Havana. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald
Cuban-American Ana Diaz-Gutierrez and her granddaughter, Andrea Carolina, 4, pay respects at their family's grave in Caballero Rivero Woodlawn North in Little Havana Sunday after hearing of Fidel Castro's death. Gutierrez's mom, grandmother, uncle and aunt rest at the cemetery in Little Havana. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald

A generation died before seeing Castro’s death. Now relatives share the news at the cemetery

November 27, 2016 06:19 PM