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Condolences For Alberto H. Perez

To : Luis, Deedee and family Date : Tuesday, September 7th 2021
From : Nancy
I know the grief you must be feeling and how you will miss Al but what a legacy, what cherished memories you will always have of this beautiful man! It was a privilege to have known him. lots of love and hugs to you both and my nephews and nieces

To : The Family Date : Thursday, September 9th 2021
From : Angie Mellon
I send my condolences to the family. I worked with Al at Mount Carmel in the pharmacy. He was always such a joy to work with. I always loved hearing all his stories about his life experiences. He will be missed by so many.

To : the Family and friends of Al Perez Date : Thursday, September 9th 2021
From : Randal Miles
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I had the pleasure of working with Al at Mount Carmel West, he brought joy to everyone he worked with. His quick smile, his suave personality, his wonderful stories, and most of all his obvious care of other people. He left a world touched by him and left it better than before he was on it.

To : Louie, Mikey, and family Date : Thursday, September 9th 2021
From : Ken Doolittle, II
Hello, sorry for your loss. Many amazing memories. Al always had a friendly greeting and interest and concern for our family and a good story about his. Best Regards, Kenn

To : The Perez Family Date : Thursday, September 9th 2021
From : Marian Baumann
I am very sorry to hear of the death of your beloved father and grandfather. It was always a joy to see him and talk to him. He ate at my father’s restaurant many times when he worked for Pepsi.
Your father and all of you will be in my prayers.
God bless. %uD83D%uDC95%uD83D%uDE4F

To : The Perez Family Date : Friday, September 10th 2021
From : Christie and Fred Kaufman
We were so very sorry to hear about the loss of your wonderful father and know you will all be missing him so much. He was an inspiration to all with his vigor for life and being so active in his advanced years. So happy that you were fortunate to have him in your lives for so long and that he lived to see great grandchildren. The Perez family story is so amazing primarily because of Alberto and Rosa and their love for you. Love to all. Christie and Fred

To : The Perez Family Date : Friday, September 10th 2021
From : Clarissa Piquero Kierner
I have so many beloved childhood memories attending the summer meetings of the Circulo Cubano in Grandview with my parents Mario and Clara. Sr. Perez was a legend and very loved by all of us who were able to call him a friend. He always treated me as a beloved family member even though I am sure I interrupted and often distracted the mens many boisterous games of dominos. My heart grieves with you all. Sending much love from the Piquero family and prayers for peace and comfort - heaven certainly gained another angel.

To : Alberto Perez family Date : Thursday, September 16th 2021
From : Clara piquero
I will never forget the first time I met Alberto Perez in the summer of 1986 when our family was relocated to Columbus Ohio from New York City. It was on my first visit to a Kroger grocery store and needing to use the public phone (no cell phones like we have now) to call my husband that I met Alberto. The phone I needed was located by the customer service area, outside the groceries area. When I reached the phone area there was a man using it, Alberto. He was speaking to someone In Spanish and given that I was within earshot, it was easy for me to hear the conversation of this tall man with a strong voice, wearing a Pepsi Cola uniform.


When he finished his conversation he apologized for making me wait but given that I heard him speak in Spanish, I immediately asked him for his nationality. When he said he was Cuban and that he was a member of the great Circulo Cubano of Columbus which my husband and family were invited to join a few days earlier, I laughed with joy as we were planning to join the group.


Through the ensuing years, we had great summer days enjoying each other’s company. Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Pérez and Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Alonso for welcoming my husband, Mario Piquero, me, and our children into your nurturing bosom.


Since that eventful per chance meeting with Alberto, he, Rosa, Orlando, and Zuny became our extended family; domino games for the guys, eating together, conversing with each other, playing lottery games for the ladies, etc., it was all great always being able to spend summer with our children and our new friends. We are, very sorry indeed to say a final goodbye to Alberto, our dear friend.


Signed,
-- ~~~~Clara, the lady with many hats~~~~ Memory is the inkwell of our past emotions . . . We are always bound and tied up in this well of memories and always react according to the memories they leave in us. My inkwell is full of memories that have mapped my mind and they all contribute to how I think and who I am today. All of my past memories in this well will wear a special and unique hat. . . I need to wear this especial hat to communicate the ideas expressed throughout my writings.
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