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Village Wake in Humacao for the Gallo Salsero, Tito Rojas


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HUMACAO – The mayor of Humacao, Luis Raúl Sánchez Hernández, who decreed 5 days of mourning starting on December 26, 2020, for the death of the one who was the Gallo Salsero, Tito Rojas, announced that his wake will be one of town, as he wanted.

“After my work team met with the daughters, to refine what would be their wake, taking into account that we are in time of COVID, that we will maintain the distance and the protocol established for the pandemic, the family agreed to carry out the acts tomorrow (Tuesday), December 29, 2020, starting at 1:00 pm, at the Marcelo Trujillo Panisse Coliseum. The body will be exposed from that time until 6:00 pm to the public, ”commented the mayor.

It should be noted that all the public will be required to keep the mask on and the required distancing at all times. They will be able to pay tribute and condolences to the family from a distance. “The family is going through a difficult time and we want to be the support for them at this time, Tito raised the name of Humacao and Puerto Rico, the least we can do is offer him that last goodbye as he deserves” he added Sanchez Hernandez

The burial will take place on Wednesday, December 30, 2020, starting at 10:00 am, it will be in charge of the Toñito Flores Funeral Home in Humacao and it will be a private one.

“We will appreciate all the shows of support with the family in these difficult moments for everyone in Humacao, Tito Rojas was a man of the people, and tomorrow his people will be able to pay tribute to him.”



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