This afternoon I received a press release from Miami Cigar & Company, maker of the Don Lino line, Tatiana, and many others, that Daniel Miranda passed away this morning. Daniel was Nestor Miranda‘s son and until this morning had been fighting a three year battle with Brain Cancer.
When he was not immersed in the business, he spent time with his wife, Christina, and his two daughters, Daniela (8 years old) and Alexandra (7 years old).
In Daniel’s honor, a fund has been developed which will be donated to the National Brain Tumor Foundation
Tonight when you sit down to enjoy your cigar, light up in honor of Daniel and the Mirranda Family.
On behalf of the Miranda family, it was announced that Daniel Miranda, born 21 May 1970, had passed away early Friday morning, 22 August, after a three year battle against cancer. He was surrounded by his family throughout the previous day and evening.
When not attending to business, he most enjoyed being with his family as well as fishing and traveling.
Daniel, graduated FIU and went to work for Miami Cigar & Company where became Vice President and Director of Marketing. He was active in all facets of the packaging and marketing of the company’s products.
With Christina, his wife, Daniel had two (2) daughters, Daniela, aged 8 and Alexandra, aged 7.
Daniel is survived by his wife and children, his parents, Mariana and Nestor Miranda and his sister, Tatiana.
The services and internment will be private.
Donations in lieu of flowers to the National Brain Tumor Foundation (www.firstgiving.com/danielmiranda)
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My heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to the Miranda family.
I offer my heartfelt condolences – my first cigar was a Don Lino in 1995 – I will never forget it
That is awful news. My thoughts and prayers are with the Miranda Family
My prayers go out to the Miranda Family!
🙁 Thoughts and prayers sent to the family. I lost my mom to brain cancer and a good friends mom as well. I have another friend who survived brain surgery for it and another who may have another year of life left due to it. I regularly contribute to the NBTF and reccommend you do as well if you can.
This is very sad to hear, a man so young to lose his battle with Brain Cancer .My thoughts and prayers are with the Miranda Family.