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Tiziano, Malindi last greetings tomorrow at 11 AM

Mass in S.Anthony for the "Colonel" with all relatives

24-08-2017 by redazione

Today in the morning, Friday, August 25, at 11 am at Malindi's S.Anthony Church behind Lamu Road in Malindi, will be given the last greetings to Malindi's "Colonel" Tiziano Traldi, who disappeared last week for eighty-five years.
To say goodbye to Titian, there will be all the relatives, with his wife Priscilla, his son Flavio who has lived in Nairobi for a long time and the grandchildren.
But even so many people who have loved Tiziano in these thirty years, since Stephanie Sea House.

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