Caballero Rivero Westchester

8200 Bird RD, Miami, FL


Joaquin Paulino Viadero

December 4, 1923May 19, 2020

Viadero, Joaquin Paulino, passed away on May 19, 2020. Born in Havana, Cuba, December 4, 1923. Joaquin is survived by his wife of 73 years, Carmelina (Perez Lerena), their sons: John (Mary), Edward (Maribel) and Michael; grandchildren Daniel, Katrina, Natasha, Vanessa and Adriana Viadero; Keegan Wright and Cody Eggenberger; step grandchildren; Michelle (Brian) Williamson and Eric Villacampa; step great granddaughters: Sarah, Victoria and Brianna Williamson; sister-in-law Raquel Viadero and nieces Raquel (Mike) Johnston and Ana (Mark) Stephens.

A funeral mass will be held at Saint Catherine of Siena Church situated on 9200 SW 107th Avenue on Thursday, May 28th at 11:30 AM with internment immediately following at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers the family would greatly appreciate any donations made to the Alzheimer's Association.


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Mary and Jack Viadero

May 23, 2020

Wednesday Evening

Dear Lord as we end our evening today,

We pray for all the souls of all the departed,
through the mercy of God, we pray
that they rest in peace.
Let perpetual light shine upon all of them.

We especially want to
Gratefully Thank You Lord
for giving us our Dad, Joaquin.

You must really love us a lot to
have given us such a great man as a Father.

We kneel here before You Lord,
as his son, proud to have been named after him
and proud to have been his daughter,
because You gave us the best You had.

Please Watch over him and
Bless him now Lord and
Keep him in Your Care.

And may he always
Feel Our Love for him
is our humble heartfelt prayer.

In the name of the Father, The Son
and the Holy Spirit



Ramon Usategui

May 23, 2020

Joaquin was a childhood neighbor to my deceased mother, Elsie Sorondo De Usategui, her two sisters, Doris Luhrsen and Astrid Sorondo, who lived with their parents, Rafael Sorondo Campaneria and Maria Luisa Valdés Rodriguez, in the Barrio Kohly in Marianao, City of La Habana. It was a quiet and beautiful neighborhood which overlooked the forest ( Bosque de La Habana).

It was another time, where people took more time to say hello to neighbors , smile and mean it. Another time, another Cuba. Now they all rest in a better place.


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