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Catching a little sleep whenever you can is Rodrigo Sepulveda's motto, even when you're in the back of your mother's bike. Hilda Sepulveda provides the after-school peddle-power down Granada Boulevard in Coral Gables.
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Senior U.S. District Judge William Hoeveler
Senior U.S. District Judge William M. Hoeveler.
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Veteran civil servant brings skills to the Peace Corps
What can a veteran public servant do after 34 years as a motive force behind such forward-thinking urban initiatives as Downtown Kendall and the revival of downtown South Miami? Why join the Peace Corps.
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Wish Book 2015: No easy life for single dad
Brenton Ferguson assumed primary care for his young daughter, Khalonie Ferguson.
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The secrets of frugal couples, 2009
How does the Middle Class get by during the Great Recession? Meg and Lamine Savane are raising their newborn daughter in South Beach, a pricey community in some parts, but they are not struggling financially. They cut back to one car, Lamine began to walk to one of his two jobs, and he carried a bag lunch. They trimmed their Internet service and cable television and limited nights on the town.
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Judge Israel Reyes
Israel Reyes gave up his gun and his badge to hit the law books, selling his home to pay for tuition. That leap of faith landed him on the Miami-Dade County Court bench in 2002.
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Michel du Cille, photojournalist
Photographer Michel du Cille joined the Miami Herald as an intern on a day riots convulsed Liberty City. He would go on to earn two Pulitzer prices while at the Herald and a third later at the Washington Post. He died December 11, 2014 while on assignment for The Post in Liberia. His Herald Pulitzers were in 1986 for coverage of a devastating volcano in Colombia and in 1988 for photographing life inside a crack house in Miami.
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Miami Bishop Gilberto Fernandez
Archdioicese of Miami auxiliary bishop Gilberto Fernandez died Sept. 30, 2011. Born in Havana, he grew up in a family of eight children where four of the five boys became priests. He served four Havana parishes before being forced into exile in Miami in July, 1967.
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Oscar Castañeda, priest in the Archdiocese of Miami
Msgr. Oscar Castañeda, a priest in the Archdiocese of Miami and at one time the rector of the Ermita de la Caridad del Cobre.
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Auxiliary Bishop Agustín Román, built Ermita de la Caridad shrine
Born son of a poor farmer in Cuba, Auxiliary Bishop Agustín Román became a symbol of faith, strength and hope to legions of Catholics and Cuban exiles in Miami. He died April 11, 2012 at 83 on the grounds of La Ermita de la Caridad, the shrine he built to Our Lady of Charity, patroness of Cuba. Expelled from Cuba by Fidel Castro's regime in 1961 he came to Miami in 1966. He was the first Cuban to be appointed bishop in the United States.