Seron dedicated a book to Carmen Cuadrado Perez (the late municipal councilor), who passed away two years ago following a long battle with cancer. Juan Antonio Lorenzo, the mayor of the city, and Francisco Javier Fernandez Espinosa the writer presented the act. Carmen's family and friends were present along with co-workers and other acquaintances, who wanted to pay tribute. Juan Antonio Lorenzo gave an emotional review of Cuadrado's years, including his personality, professional involvement, and the unwavering love he showed for his hometown from his days as a councilman. Carmen's ability to work and commitment, which she shared with everyone she met, has been a surprise to us since she joined our team. Lawrence described her as a strong woman, with clear ideas and personal courage. She took office as councilor ten day before her death without considering other reasons.
Espinosa was responsible for coordinating publication on the municipal official. He recognized that the book's content was affected by the different aspects he discovered about Cuadrado. I must admit that I tried to gather as many dates, events, and anecdotes as possible to give us a 360-degree picture of Carmen Cuadrado Perez's life and personality at the start of this project. My goal was not reached the further I went. The writer explained that data and numbers obscured the essence of that little girl who listened intently to her mother when she read one of the "Stories to the Love of the Fire" stories. We all know the ending of Carmen's tale. He stated that he felt it was appropriate to reveal the real engines of Carmen's day-to-day existence: family, personal, and professional improvement, her progressive calling, as well her identity.