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Not a week goes by without Ana Garcia Obregon (66 years old) dedicate a few words to your son, Alex Lequio, died in May 2020. How could it be otherwise, the actress and presenter has it in his memory constantly and, whenever he can and gathers enough strength, he shares with his followers his feelings and his deep pain at this irreparable loss. In his latest publication, García Obregón has released a video in which images of both of them follow one another over the years.

My warrior of light“You can read about the images, which range from Alex’s childhood to adulthood. A set of memories, detained in time, which Ana Obregón has accompanied with the following text: “I know that I turned off. I know that my feet want to walk to where you are sleeping, but I will try to continue pretending that I work … that I live. By you. For your life lesson. “

And he adds: “Because I have to help many children with cancer with your Foundation to investigate this damn disease. Because I don’t want any mother and father to have to live what I am suffering. And for them are my words: “BRAVE ARE SOME PARENTS WHO HAVE TO RETURN THEIR SON TO HEAVEN”. Colleagues and friends have not hesitated to wrap her up with a post, as Boris Izaguirre (56): “Bravo, Ana! Thank you for your words. And your hope! And solidarity. Looove, Boris”.

One of his fan groups has posted: “Brave you are because trying to live with the absence of Aless it’s the hardest thing you’ve ever had. But you try to continue every day for him and you know it. Now you try to follow by all that was left for him to do and to fulfill. When your strength fails you, think that you are brave because you keep trying to live with the absence of your son and that not everyone knows how to do it. ”

The legacy of Álex Lequio

In addition to a great affection that is still present in all who knew him, Álex Lequio left behind a incredible legacy that a year and a half after his departure continues. Not only in regard to cancer, a disease he faced for more than two years and for which he raised funds for solidarity projects, something his mother continues, also in what refers to the professional. Precocious for business, Álex founded several companies throughout his life, but it was Polar Marketing with which he lived the best moments. A project that he did not create alone, but with his best friend, Nacho Fernandez Ansorena, which has become the caretaker of your business legacy.

The relationship between the two young people was so close that they had no problem calling themselves “brothers”, an affection in which Ana was also a participant, who is still very aware of both Nacho and the company. “This sweatshirt makes me very excited because it is from Polar Marketing, the agency that my son created and in which his partner Nacho is also. This sweatshirt is in my heart,” said the actress in her latest Instagram storie.

The company, specialized in growth hacking, has only grown over the months thanks to Álex’s imprint and the good work of Nacho, who last summer took over the absolute reins of the brand. On July 15, 2021, it appeared in the BORME (Official Gazette of the Mercantile Registry) that Ansorena became sole administrator of Polar Marketing replacing Álex Lequio, who was removed from office a few days before.

Therefore, now he is the one who is one hundred percent in charge of directing and bring to success the legacy that he founded with Álex Lequio, in which they believed from minute one and that united them forever. For the moment, Fernández Ansorena seems to be focused on work, or at least on his most private facet, since he has only shared one publication since the loss of his “brother”, to whom he said goodbye with a heartbreaking message: “My brother, my partner, my everything. You are, you were and you will be the greatest example of struggle that I have ever stepped on in my life. It is not fair that you leave, it is not fair that people do not know even 1% of everything the courage, kindness and persistence you had. It didn’t matter where and how, NYC, BCN, Madrid or a fucking garage, you always fought with a smile. This is the eternal and bitter memory with which you left us yesterday, smiling, fighting. Rest in peace brother, give memories up there. “

[Más información: Ana Obregón, ante sus segundas navidades más dolorosas: sus planes y el estado de su padre]

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