Antonio C VECIANA
October 18, 1928 – June 18, 2020
Antonio C VECIANA was born on October 18, 1928 and passed away on June 18, 2020 and is under the care of Caballero Rivero Woodlawn South.
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Antonio C VECIANA
July 17, 2020
Please accept my condolences. I didn't know Antonio, but I've learned so much about him within the last few years. I had just purchased his book about the same time as his passing. His work, perhaps, often unknown, was, and as was his belief, for the best of his people back in his home. Seeing a video of his appearance in 2014, brought me to know of his work. I found that speech, gave such important basis for many unanswered questions.
I hope historically, he will be remembered for his work. I hope his dream one day of Cuba being free, will come to fruition. In having such a person as a father, a husband, perhaps, a grandfather, I hope his story lives on, and also his legacy. I am happy he was able to bring his family to freedom and I will pray for your comfort. My continued prayers will be for similar refugees who seek asylum from tyranny and oppression. Antonio shouldn't be forgotten. I hope one day, his work to be memorialized for future generations to see. God be with you, with your family and friends in this time of grieving.
Dios le bendiga.
June 23, 2020
Old soldiers never die. They just fade away
We lost a good soldier and friend with Antonio's passing.
Tosh Plumlee photos (Cuban days of old)
June 22, 2020
1992.1992.RIP MY FRIEND. We did keep the faith on behalf of our fellow warriors. Tony (Jr). You be safe. Your father was a righteous and honorable man. I was pleased to know and work with him during those dark days of the early and mid-sixties. We will surely miss Antonio. Thanks for taking that photograph of your father and me that day at the office in Miami shortly before hurricane Andrew. There are not many of us old warriors left who know the real truth that is still hidden behind the Vail and the secret SEALS of the alphabet people. Give my condolences to all your family members. Antonio, my friend, and fellow warrior, you rest in peace. You earned that blessing. (Buck Pearson operative name- Miami Cuban Desk JM/WAVE; Wm. (Tosh) Plumlee.
Photo: Tosh Plumlee & Antonio; Miami Florida, Spring 1992.