'My father did not understand his life without his job': Abraham Zabludovsky

Upon his arrival at the Panteón Israelita cemetery, the son of one of Mexico's most notorious journalists said that his father never forgot where he came from.
02/07/2015
13:40
Julián Sánchez
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"My father was a busy man, very cultured and respectful of others. He came from modest origins, he never forgot where he came from, or who he was, he was loyal to his neighborhood, tribe and clan," said Abraham Zabludovsky, son of Jacobo Zabludovsky, who died today at 87.
My father "did not understand his life without his job, his identity was his professional work" , Abraham added.
 
Several personalities have arrived at the Panteón Israelita cemetery, where Zabludovsky will be buried, among them Emilio Azcárraga, president and CEO of Televisa, Juan Francisco Ealy Ortiz, CEO and president of El Universal, Juan Ramón de la Fuente, former dean of the National Autonomous University of Mexico and politicians such as Porfirio Muñoz Ledo and Ifigenia Martínez. 
 

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