My sincere condolences dear cousin. Although it had been many years since I had last seen Conrado, I have always held some very special memories of him in my heart. One is a memory of a time when he was a little boy, about 3 or 4 years old. He was a sweet little boy that even at a very early age loved to dance and loved music. My mom and dad and I were traveling with your family in east Texas and at the end of a work day after dinner our dads sat around and shared their stories and my dad had a harmonica and would play while the kids all danced around with Conrado at the center. I'm convinced he was born full of joy and music. Another memory was as an adult with my two older sons and they remember this also. We went to visit the house on McDavitt where he lived with Aurora and my sons were fascinated at the collection of comic strip cutouts and colorful pictures that Conrado had to insert in a treasured viewmaster. He shared that with my boys and it was such a sweet afternoon to see him interact with them and share his joy with them. My boys and my husband always have remembered that afternoon and we have mentioned it many times over the years. As I read his obituary i could only agree with your tribute to him and I have to say that although he was a blessing to you, he was also blessed to have a big brother that looked out for him, that reciprocated his love and cared for him. We love you primo and accompany you during this sad time yet a joyful time for Conrado as he dances on the streets of gold in heaven, complete and whole, dancing to the beautiful music as the angels welcpme him home
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