Pau Donés, deceased 16 months ago by colon cancer, would have turned 55 on October 11. With this reason, the town of Montanuy, the cradle of his fatherly family and that he considered his people, has surrendered an emotional tribute on Monday consisting of the opening of a sculpture of the leader of Palo Syrup and the discovery of a plaque.
The Mayor of Montanuy, Esther Cherry, welcomed the family members, the Sanitarians who treated Pau Donés during the disease and the neighbors who participated in the tribute.
Cherry referred to the new viewpoint of the camera, inaugurated that same day, where the sculpture and the plate are lifted, located on a stop that allows to contemplate the valleys of Castanese and Barrava.
He noted that "it is the best place to remember Pau, from which the magical corners are seen in which he was lost to be inspired by his songs when he came to visit his family."
The mayor was grateful for the health team having chosen Montanuy to take homage and also had words for the singer's family, especially, for Beloved, his father, "a great lifeline of life as his son."
Then the professionals of the health centers who attended the artist took the floor during their illness, who stood out that Pau had felt the need to help after knowing the illness he suffered and did so by determining cancer and raising funds. "He was an endearing, very vital person and a disciplined patient."
Next, a plaque was discovered with this text: "On behalf of all the Sanitarians to Pau Donés Cirera. In gratitude for his vital attitude and his gratitude and empathy he has always demonstrated towards the whole health collective. Living is urgent."
In the event Songs of stick syrup were heard, such as I like how you are, it depends, let me live, brave and that you give me, interpreted by Micky Forteza-Rey, producer of some songs from the group and Dr. Domegenic wise.
Cristina Gruas, premium of Pau Donés, exercised as a homage presenter and, on behalf of the Family Donés, closed the act Bernat, one of the three brothers of Pau.
He had words of gratitude, first, towards his father, Amador, "for having given us this fighter character that was reflected in Pau"; Also the whole family of him "for having always been by our side, especially in difficult moments"; To the town of Montanuy, "for having let us make this small space that I hope it serves as a souvenir, of reflection and peace."
To all the components of stick syrup "that shows us day by day that you are there for what is needed"; to artists authors of sculpture "because you have done a great job"; And to all the health personnel "for having treated him as we know that you care for everyone when they will see you but above all for giving him, to our family and friends of him five years of life."Updated Date: 15 October 2021, 20:56