This Tuesday night, Don Eliseo Mendoza Berrueto, who died at the age of 91 in a hospital in the state capital, was fired at the Renaissance Chapels
The Renaissance Chapels of Saltillo opened their doors on the afternoon-night of this Tuesday, May 17, to bid farewell to Don Eliseo Mendoza Berrueto, who died at the age of 91 in a hospital in the state capital after catching a virus in the same hospital, after having undergone surgery, according to sources close to the family.
Mendoza Berrueto represented Coahuila as sub secretary in the Federal Government, also as Senator of the Republic, Federal Deputypresident of the Governing Board in the Congress of Coahuila, as well as president of the Great Commission of the Federal Chamber of Deputies.
He was born in San Pedro de las Colonias in 1931, studied his career as a normalist at the Meritorious Normal School of Coahuila, performing work in institutions such as the College of Mexico, the University of Guadalajara, the National Polytechnic Institute and also at the Institute of Higher International Studies.
how did you study Economics at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Don Eliseo He also worked as an economist, academic, public official and politician; His friends and relatives remember him as a simple, humble, avid man with great wisdom.
A MAN OF SANE AND KNOWLEDGE
His daughterCarla Mendoza Altamira, He shared that his father was a great man, willing to share his knowledge and wisdom with his closest friends and family.
He considered his legacy to be alliance, friendship and example of citizenship.
“He was a great teacher, father, grandfather, uncle, great-grandfather, he leaves us with a great lesson in life, he always taught us that we have to go forward no matter what happens, in all the adversities that we may have, that we be very strong in the decisions we make.” declares Carla Mendoza Altamira.
He also remembers that for some years he worked with him in the FFoundation of Wills to Work Together, and never admitted duplicities or excuses regarding the performance of the work of its employees.
“As boss he was always very strict, but at the same time it was incredible to work with him because he was all wisdom, with him everything was a daily lesson”He says.
His wife Lucila Ruiz Muzquiz and their sons and daughters Federico and Lucy Elisa Mendoza Ruiz, Carla and Elisa Mendoza AltamiraThey were at the forefront of the funeral ceremony.
The vicissitudes in his memory will take place at 8:30 in the morning at the Government Palace of Coahuila based in Saltillo to then be fired at his last body mass present in the same Renaissance Chapels at 11:30 on May 18.