Who is Maximo Alvarez's Wife? Details of His Married Life!
Grab all the details on the married life and wife of the South Florida businessman Maximo Alvarez.
Maximo Alvarez is a businessman from South Florida, currently the president of Sunshine Gasoline Distributors. He recently gave a speech during the opening night of the Republican National Convention. The Cuban-born Maximo told an emotional story about how his family fled Fidel Castro’s regime in Cuba came to the United States and live the American Dream.
As a Cuban immigrant, Maximo Alvarez also stressed his story, which can be considered a perfect example of the American Dream, can only be protected by the GOP. His speech was praised by many people and is currently a subject matter of discussion for many political commentators. However, a majority of people are not just interested in his speech, many want to know more about his personal life too. So we compiled some details on the married life and wife of the 72-year-old businessman.
Who is Maximo Alvarez's Wife?
Maximo Alvarez is currently married to his wife Esther Lucrecia Alvarez. The couple share three children: Sandra Alvarez, Maximo Recardo Alvarez, and Eduardo Alvarez. Among them, his two children, Sandra Alvarez, and Maximo Recardo, worked at Maximo's Sunshine Gasoline Distributors and his other son Eduardo Alvarez is currently a Mechanical Engineer, having graduated from the University of Miami. Maximo and Esther have four grandchildren: Samuel, Eric, Lucas, and Maximo Jose.
Maximo Alvarez is currently married to his wife Esther Lucrecia Alvarez.
Maximo Alvarez and Esther Lucrecia Alvarez have been together for 40 years, which is quite a long time for a relationship to last. They got married back in 1976 when both of them were 28 years of age. He is currently living a happy life with three competent children and four lovely grandchildren.
Maximo Alvarez's Early Life
Maximo Alvarez was born to Spanish parents in Havana, Cuba, in 1948. His parents moved from Cuba to Spain and from there, they immigrated to the United States of America after some time. At the age of 13, Maximo moved to America with his family as part of an operation known as 'Pedro Pan.'
Maximo Alvarez was born to Spanish parents in Havana, Cuba.
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As part of the operation, Maximo Alvarez stayed in a children's welfare home where he was under the guardianship of Monsignor Bryan O. Walsh, who was a Catholic Priest. Maximo was not the only one there, some 14,000 children had taken refuge there who had fled from Cuba. Maximo had a brother with him at the time but he died sometime after the arrival of their family in the USA.
Maximo Alvarez later attended La Salle High School and was one of the first students of the school to graduate, which was in 1965. He later attended Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina from 1965-1967 as in 1967 he transferred to Florida State University in Tallahassee. He graduated from the university in 1969 with a Bachelor's degree and later obtained a Master's degree from the same college in 1970.
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