Sergio Agramonte, 79, of Las Villas, Cuba, passed away Monday July 17, 2017 in Sugar Land, Texas peacefully in his home. There will be a visitation on Saturday July 22, 2017 at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center in Bryan from 12 p.m. noon until the time of service at 1 p.m. Entombment will follow at Restever Memorial Park Cemetery. The Reverend Herman Jones will officiate.
Sergio Agramonte was born in Cuba on May 30, 1938, to Sergio Agramonte Roque and Delia Elisa Martini Guerra. He was courages, patriotic and passionate. He loved everyone and was a very giving person . While serving in the C.I.A he fought for freedom at the Bay of Pigs. He was also a political prisoner for 15 long years fighting against Fidel Castro. Sergio married the love of his life Caridad Cedeño in Cuba and immigrated to the U.S as part of a prisoner exchange with his wife and two daughters Elsa and Janet Agramonte. Sergio started a free life in Bryan,Texas where Carolina Agramonte was born. Soon after, Liza Agramonte was born in Temple,Tx.
Sergio had a passion for politics and loved reading. He would read one or two books a day and enjoyed telling political stories of his past. He was known to be a walking history book. Our family and friends are so proud of him and all his accomplishments. He leaves a legacy of wisdom and believed we should always fight for what we love and believe in. Not only was he courageous, he could make an entire room laugh with his spontaneous jokes . Our dad loved Chinese rice and Cuban food and always demanded his sweets! He was Christian in Faith and shared his beliefs with his family. He was a tough man with a huge heart and never gave up and we are proud to call him ‘Papi’. He will forever be missed. We are so blessed that God gave us a Husband, Father, Grandfather, Uncle, Brother, and friend like him.
He is survived by his four daughters Elsa, Janet, Carolina, & Liza; their mother, Caridad Agramonte and three grandchildren Mia, Max, and Zak . He had three brothers Sixto, Silvio, & Santiago Agramonte and host of many other family and friends he loved so much.
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