July Client Spotlight
We are proud to say we have simply amazing people in our family of Clients. Each month we take time out to shine a spotlight on our clients’ accomplishments, passions, and experience.
Please meet Sotero and Lucia Cachola…
Lucia & Sotero Cachola were both born and raised in Puerto Rico. They met in Brooklyn, NY where they were married on December 7th, 1957. They have four daughters between them and enjoy spending time with their five grandchildren and great–grandson.
Sotero, fondly known as Soto, retired from the New York Transit Authority before he and Lucy resettled to Orlando, FL. Upon Soto’s arrival to the Sunshine State, he continued to work in the transportation industry, driving buses for Walt Disney World, retiring again many years later. Lucia, better known as Lucy became very involved with her church, First Pentecostal Church of Orlando, where she has a passion for greeting people. The lovely couple are now living in Groveland, FL, where they have been enjoying their newly built residence, which Lucy takes great delight in decorating – creating the warmth a house needs to be a home. They look forward to family and friends visiting from the northeast, who enjoy cups of café con leche and tasty Puerto Rican cuisine.
It has been our pleasure at the Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller to assist Sotero and Lucia Cachola with their elder law needs. As an expression of our appreciation, the firm will donate $100.00 to the Alzheimer’s Association of Orlando, FL.
A special thank you to Tully Law Group of Melville, NY for referring the Cachola family to The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller.