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Celebration Of The Life Of ABUELO ARTURO
Abuelo Arturo was born in Puerto, Rico . He had 6 brothers and 2 of which died in the war. Abuelo Arturo was a teacher to the village kids until he was drafted to the war. After the war Arturo married and became a farmer.
Abuelo Arturo died in Brooklyn, New York at a nursing home . He leaves to cherish in his memories , a number of children and many grandchildren.
Reading of scriptures
Old Testament Minister Henry Juarez
New Testament Minister Henry Juarez
Prayer Juan Hernandez
Recessional Prominence Funeral Home
Thank you to all families and friends
In Memory of our Beloved Abuelo Arturo
New York Police Department
Incident type: Robbing a bank
Date: Friday , December 8 , !875
Location: wells Fargo (200 N Main ST. High Point , NC)
Times: 10:00pm/ 1000hrs
Investigator: Officer Kristy smith
Deputy: d/s kris Thorne
Suspect: Jimmy wells
Victim: Henry Wells and William Fargo
Evidence: Officer James saw Jimmy Wells
Scene description: city- area
Friday, December 8, 1875
At 1000 hours on Friday December 8, 1875 I was notified by Officer James and det. Smitch that a bank robbery occurred at the location above . I went to the scene and saw CSI Lorraine Fant , Donna cross ,and det. Cameron Miller at 1200 hours.
Robber robbing a bank
My name is Roger . A while ago I tried to rob you because I was In need of help. Although I was unsuccessful; yet you took me in. You invited me, a complete stranger into your home. M'am you cleaned me up and gave me the money I needed anyway. You changed my life that day. How can I ever repay you?
Your letter was heart warming and so sincere. I remember that day like it was yesterday. It not only changed your life it also changed mine. I have often thought what had come of you over the years. I felt as if I should have done more. Roger you were my blessing as much as I was yours. your letter was a gift and all I needed. Thank you Roger for never giving up!