Santiago creel miranda creel velasco

Santiago creel miranda creel velasco

Paulina velasco

His great-grandfather Enrique C. Creel was also governor of Chihhuahua, and also served as Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Mexican Ambassador to the United States and local and federal congressman. His work in the state earned him that one of the most important towns in the Sierra Tarahumara was baptized with his surname: Creel. After the revolution he participated very actively in the modernization of the Mexican financial system, its central bank, as well as the different financial services, oriented to the expansion of credit as an instrument for development.[3] His father, Enrique’s great-grandfather Enrique, was a member of the Mexican government.
His great-grandfather Enrique’s father -his other great-great-grandfather- was Reuben W. Creel, Consul of the United States of America, appointed by President Abraham Lincoln. [4] He married Paz Cuilty Bustamante, who is a descendant of the family of the eminent insurgent, politician and historian Carlos María de Bustamante, who was secretary to José María Morelos y Pavón, drafter of the Constitution of Apatzingán, deputy of the Second Constituent Congress of 1824 that approved the Constitutive Act of the Mexican Federation and the Constitution of 1824, and Governor of Oaxaca.[5] He was a member of the Constituent Congress of 1824.

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His great-grandfather Enrique C. Creel was also governor of Chihhuahua, and also served as Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Mexican Ambassador to the United States and local and federal congressman. His work in the state earned him that one of the most important towns in the Sierra Tarahumara was baptized with his surname: Creel. After the revolution he participated very actively in the modernization of the Mexican financial system, its central bank, as well as the different financial services, oriented to the expansion of credit as an instrument for development.[3] His father, Enrique’s great-grandfather Enrique, was a member of the Mexican government.
His great-grandfather Enrique’s father -his other great-great-grandfather- was Reuben W. Creel, Consul of the United States of America, appointed by President Abraham Lincoln. [4] He married Paz Cuilty Bustamante, who is a descendant of the family of the eminent insurgent, politician and historian Carlos María de Bustamante, who was secretary to José María Morelos y Pavón, drafter of the Constitution of Apatzingán, deputy of the Second Constituent Congress of 1824 that approved the Constitutive Act of the Mexican Federation and the Constitution of 1824, and Governor of Oaxaca.[5] He was a member of the Constituent Congress of 1824.

Constanza creel gonzalez instagram

After the death of Edith González, last June 13, 2019, due to ovarian cancer, her daughter Constanza Creel, was left in charge of her father Santiago Creel, and yesterday afternoon the young woman reappeared on social networks thanks to a photograph that the Mexican politician shared after going to vote.
The former PAN senator shared on his Instagram account that like many citizens he went out to cast his vote, and the photograph he posted shows Constanza, his wife Paulina Velasco, and his other two daughters, Paulina and Miranda Creel Velasco.
«What I know is that she lives with her dad and that she has two little half-sisters and that Creel’s wife loves her very much and she must be very sad but within everything she has a family, then I think she is very well», acknowledged in an interview for the program De primera mano the actress Lorena Velázquez, a close friend of the family of the late actress.

Constanza creel gonzalez

Her great-grandfather Enrique C. Creel was also governor of Chihhuahua, and also served as Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Mexican Ambassador to the United States and local and federal deputy. His work in the state earned him that one of the most important towns in the Sierra Tarahumara was baptized with his surname: Creel. After the revolution he participated very actively in the modernization of the Mexican financial system, its central bank, as well as the different financial services, oriented to the expansion of credit as an instrument for development.[3] His father, Enrique’s great-grandfather Enrique, was a member of the Mexican government.
His great-grandfather Enrique’s father -his other great-great-grandfather- was Reuben W. Creel, Consul of the United States of America, appointed by President Abraham Lincoln. [4] He married Paz Cuilty Bustamante, who is a descendant of the family of the eminent insurgent, politician and historian Carlos María de Bustamante, who was secretary to José María Morelos y Pavón, drafter of the Constitution of Apatzingán, deputy of the Second Constituent Congress of 1824 that approved the Constitutive Act of the Mexican Federation and the Constitution of 1824, and Governor of Oaxaca.[5] He was a member of the Constituent Congress of 1824.