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José Luis Cutrale Obituary: José Luis Cutrale, also known as Brazil’s “Orange King,” passed away at the age of 75. Cutrale was a billionaire who built a powerful orange juice exporting business and, in the process, riled up some orange growers. Cutrale was known as Brazil’s “Orange King.” According to a statement released by his family, he passed away on Wednesday in London from causes that were entirely natural. Cutrale began his career in the citrus industry at a young age when he joined his father, an orange trader and grower, at a market in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Together with his father, he established the orange grower Sucoctrico Cutrale in 1967, when he was 21 years old. It eventually became one of the most successful companies in the industry and began shipping orange juice and orange juice concentrate to countries all over the globe. Customers have included Simply Orange and Minute Maid, among others. According to an online profile, the orange processing plants in Florida were purchased from Coca-Cola by the company sometime in the middle of the 1990s. Sucocítrico Cutrale does not disclose its revenues; some estimates peg revenues at $4 billion. According to a statement released by his family, José Luis Cutrale was “a man of few words and great commitment.” He also possessed excellent interpersonal skills and was brilliant in business. According to the statement, he invested in a diverse array of companies, including those that deal in salads, beverages, snacks, logistics, real estate, financial services, and health care. Banana producer Chiquita Brands International was purchased by him and a Brazilian banking billionaire named Joseph Safra (who will pass away in 2020) in 2015 for a total of $1.3 billion. The most recent year for which financial filings are available, 2020, saw total revenue for that organization, which is now known as Chiquita Holdings, reach $3.1 billion. Full Obituary
José Eduardo dos Santos Obituary: Dos Santos led a long and finally successful resistance, with Cuba, to repeated military offensives by apartheid South Africa. However his legacy is indelibly marked by his family’s extravagant level of corruption and by his oil-rich country’s failure to remedy extreme inequality. In April 1974 the fascist regime in Portugal, the colonial power, fell. That September Dos Santos was elected to the central committee and politburo of the MPLA (People’s Movement for the Liberation of Angola), while serving as a telecommunications officer. After independence in 1975 he became minister of foreign affairs and later minister of planning under the first president, the poet, doctor and intellectual Agostinho Neto, a veteran of Portugal’s prisons. Dos Santos inherited a crippled country and an active war. Under President Ronald Reagan from 1981 the US openly aided Unita. Angola resisted numerous South African invasions and attacks with Cuban assistance. Massive destruction of the country’s infrastructure, and hundreds of thousands of destitute, wounded and displaced people was the reality. But in late 1987 Cuba turned the tide by sending their best planes, best pilots, weapons and 30,000 troops to southern Angola to relieve the 12,000-strong cream of the Angolan army surrounded in Cuito Cuanavale by a South African army with air superiority. By late March 1988 the battle of Cuito Cuanavale was won and the South African army forced to withdraw. Later that year in a tripartite agreement, which gave Namibia independence, Cuban troops also agreed to withdraw. Dos Santos led the country into a new phase with UN-monitored elections, which the MPLA won. But Unita again returned to war when they lost the election. In the 1990s, as the conflict dragged on, corruption scandals touched senior Angolans concerning arms deals with the ex-Soviet bloc, and the French politician Charles Pasqua was convicted, and then acquitted, of profiting from illegal arms sale to Angola, while at the same time there were curious transactions over repayment of a $5bn debt to Boris Yeltsin’s Russian government. Full Obituary
Jose Alejandro “Alex” Subia Obituary: Alex spent his childhood in Midland, Texas, with his mother Yolanda and stepfather Jesse. They were Alex’s primary caregivers throughout his formative years. Alex took pleasure in being in the company of his family and friends. Whether it’s a day of playing video games on Sunday with Jesse or lending a hand to his best friend Ricky, he’s always there for him. But spending time with his son, Ace, was Alex’s absolute favorite thing to do in the world. Alex got a kick out of playing pranks on people and seeing their reactions. He enjoyed pranking his sisters Jessica and Sabrina as much as possible in his spare time. He gained experience in the maintenance and installation of water wells while working hard for Aquaman Water Well. He enjoyed his time there. In addition to this, Alex and Ricky had a lot of fun remodeling houses together. The addition of Alex’s nieces and nephews to the family brought him additional joy. He enjoyed taking the people he cared about on a night cruise and sharing his enthusiasm for music with them. Full Obituary
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