He was born in María Susana, province. Of Santa Fe, on May 25, 1924.
Lawyer graduated from the Faculty of Legal and Social Sciences of the National University of La Plata. Doctor of Law and Social Sciences graduated in the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires. Former Professor of the Faculty of Law of the National University of Rosario and the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of Rosario of the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina "Santa Maria de los Buenos Aires". Former Judge of the Excelentísima Federal Chamber of Appeals of Rosario. Former Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Argentine Republic to the Republic of Guatemala. Agricultural Producer and Writer.
He was born in Rosario on August 24, 1921. During his primary and secondary studies was the best bachelor who has completed all secondary school studies and justiciamente the direction of the school records the exceptional value of this student, who from the 1st Grade up to the 5th national year was honored for 11 years.
He began his studies in the Faculty of Medicine of Rosario where he was received of doctor the 9 of April of 1945, realizing the specialty of neurosurgery. He completed advanced studies at the Central Institute of Neurosurgery and Neuropathology of Chile
In May 1956 he was appointed emeritus member of the Argentine Association of Surgery.
He was Head of the Neurology and Neurosurgery Service of the Marcelino Freire Hospital until his transfer to PAMI and Head of the Neurology and Neurosurgery Service of the Spanish Hospital de Rosario from 1977 until his retirement.
Great executioner of projects, his performance at the head of the deanery of the Faculty of Medical Sciences was characterized by its dynamism and efficient administrative management. Within this, in 1975, he promoted the idea of a foundation that would support the teaching, care and scientific activities of the house of high studies, which took shape in April 1977.
He passed away on May 30, 2011 in our city.
Prof. Dr. Rafael Manuel Pineda, at the request of the dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Rosario at that time, Dr. Juan Pablo Recagno Cepeda, was the first president and organizer of The Medical Sciences Foundation of Rosario, With justice, his name. From the beginning, it took on the challenge of building, projecting and consolidating one of the first foundations of our milieu, both for the works carried out and for the leading role it achieved in the academic, social and political life of its time.
On it he wrote his son-in-law, Roberto I. Tozzini, words that should remain in the memory: "My dear friend Don Roberto Nicholson, asks me some lines to remember the old lion that already rests in his eternal abode. Evoking Rafael Manuel Pineda is a particularly complex task for me because of the limitations imposed on me by my status as a political son and permanent collaborator in his main activity, which was his dear and beloved medical vocation, but I will give lightness to my task, relying on The sentences or paragraphs that some of his distinguished friends pronounced or wrote on the occasion of his ninety years or of the transit to the beyond. "
He said of Muniagurria, as President of the Medical Circle, addressing a multitude of colleagues who paid homage to him: "Son of the city that he loved, doctor always, teacher, president, academic, philosopher, esthete, illustrious citizen. Not many received the tributes he reaped. Not many could say with the tranquility he mentioned: I only have cute memories of life, I forgot the others. "
And Jack Benoliel, a distinguished speaker, journalist and writer, said: "All that we have loved in him, what we have admired in him, remains. Our ideas, our writings, our feelings and actions, and when we fulfilled their young ninety years, humbly accepted the tributes and manifestations of recognition or admiration that arose around them for their vitality and surrender even our dreams, will carry their masterful brand.
Thus passed through life, like a gypsy Quixote that advanced leaving its mark. It demolished many windmills, its passage generated waves and was unsurpassed in its thrust, its enthusiasm, its organizational capacity, its ethical sense and its irreducible optimism. Noble expression of Spanish immigration in our land, was a patriot as the most, founded a magnificent family, exalted the university chair and exercised with devotion and love his medicine. Through his dedication to the Foundry Medical Sciences of Rosario consolidated his deed.
His Catholic convictions were expressed in his service to his neighbor, his social sensitivity and his detachment to all material good. He treasured no fortune but friends and died as he lived, struggling not to lose the quality of life before the inevitable ailments that limited progressively.
Today, from a distance, we remember and we miss a lot. But there is no place for sadness, because those who know him well, we know that from somewhere in the universe, he looks at this note with the mischief in his eyes that characterized him.
His memory inspires him to continue with the Foundation that he founded, promoted, and extolled, in homage to the School of Medicine that developed it and the Centennial Hospital that was his place of work and life, from student to the highest positions Which the Academy granted him.
Houssay used to say that a golden cage, with a sparrow in it, neither shines nor attracts attention, but a wire with a nightingale singing makes everything shine all around.
He was born in Rosario, on November 6, 1934. His grandfather, a country man with a very good hand to make the known slaughter, made him project nationally in the field. It arrived at the end of the last century to Villa Diego, Santa Fe from Lucca (capital of one of the provinces of Tuscany in Italy). His father, born shortly after the arrival of his grandparents and over the years, began to work in the countryside just because he liked to accompany them to make those bills of pork that the countrymen asked them, and that were prepared in winter because there was How to cool them. After the time his father passes away, fifteen years of having started his small business in a house in Villa Diego. His mother is alone with four children: Rodolfo, 17, Juan de 16, Tilo de 10 and Roberto de 3, a small industry, employees and beginning World War II. They were difficult years, but with time, his brothers begin to be part of the company and begins to notice some growth. At that time, Roberto, who is a mechanical technician, served as head of Acindar's technical office. In 1961 his brothers propose to build a new factory and ask Roberto to take over the project. So they went out to buy land near the river, because a system of drainage and drainage of water, electricity and paving was necessary. The plant began to work in 1963. His brothers thought of producing 50 tons per month, he projected about 100 and now exceeds 270 tons per day. In the worst moments they had to stop their activity, but they never backed down. Its objective was to acquire the most advanced technology. They started with more than 30 employees and now exceed 2,400.
The Frigorífico Paladini maintains one hundred percent of capital among the Argentine relatives.
In 1964 Roberto married Stella Mari Zariaga, with whom he had four children: Maria Cecilia, Eduardo, José Pablo and Maria Laura, and they were born five grandchildren: Luciano, Roberto, Julian, Paulina and Josefina.
His career at the corporate level led him to hold the positions of: Partner of Paladini S.R.L. (1964), Executive Director of Frigorífico Paladini S.A. (1969-2002), President of Frigorífico Villa Diego S.A. (1986-2001), Director of Las Gabris S.A. (1984-2003), President of Rost S.A. (1999-2009). At the institutional level he was: Founding President of the Business Association of Villa Gobernador Gálvez (1972-1982), President of the Trade and Industry Federation of Rosario (1993-2009), Founding President of Rosario Regional Forum (1994-2009), President Of Industrial Federation of Santa Fe (1997-2003), Member of the Board of Directors of the Italian Chamber of Commerce of Rosario, and Director of UIA (1999-2003).
He has participated as a lecturer in numerous events related to his business and institutional activity.
He has been awarded and recognized by local, national and international institutions, in recognition of his vast career: Order of Merit of the Republic of Italy, with the degree of Cavalieri (Italy), Order of Bernardo O'Higgins, with the degree Of "Official" (Chile).
His reference and teacher was Don Luis Filippini, businessman and patriarch of Villa Gobernador Gálvez.
He defines himself as a man of work, with a clear sense of business ethics and of the value of corporate gremialism. He has always shown great generosity towards the Medical Science Foundation of Rosario, which counts him among its most important benefactors.
Their project is for their children to continue the entrepreneurial work of creating wealth and employment for all.
His desire is that Argentina find the way to develop and improve day by day.
Alberto Gollan was a prominent and vital businessman of Rosario who commanded until his last days one of the most emblematic companies of the city as it is Channel 3 and the set of means that conform Television Litoral.
With a unique vision for the present and the future, in 1963 he founded a local open television channel that from its beginnings is a reference for Rosario in the country and distinguished protagonist of the beginnings of private television in Argentina.
His vision for large companies, his local pride and his untiring capacity for work, made him occupy a prominent and transcendental place in the entrepreneurial, institutional and political life of Argentina.
He began his working life as an assistant in the Library of the Faculty of Medicine of Rosario and then vitally served as founder, director and general manager of countless companies in the country. She participated actively in corporate, institutional and political life, receiving countless awards and recognitions for her merits and contributions to society and her time.
Among many other distinctions, he was honored "For his professional career in Advertising" by the IAA (International Adversiting Association); By the Government of the Italian Republic, was awarded the title of "Conmendatore della Ordone della Stella della Solidarietà Italiana" and also with the title of "Cavaliere Ufficiale dell'Ormine".
His Majesty King Juan Carlos I of Spain decorated him with the title "Order of Number of the Order of Civil Merit" and in Argentina the National Parliament distinguished him as "Argentine Notable Mayor".
In March of the year 2005 the British Crown nominated him Honorary Member of the Excellency Order of the British Empire (MBE).
In addition, he received the FUND TV Award for his career in the Media, the Broadcasting Award "for his career as an Argentine Radio Broadcaster" and in 2006 the FUND TV Award for his 40 year career in Television Argentina.
He was awarded the GOLDEN BRAIN prize for his media tour, recognized by the Senate Chamber of the Province of Santa Fe for his work in the area of local television and, in November 2009, was appointed by the Board of Directors of ATA -Asociación de Teleradiodifusoras Argentinas- as the First Honorary President of the Institution.
He died on November 24, 2014 at age 96.
Born in Rosario, on October 26, he received a National Chemical Technician at the Superior Industrial School of the Nation, a subsidiary of the Univ. He graduated in Biochemistry in 1965, receiving his doctorate in 1969.
He began his activity as Head of practical work in February 1959 in the Chair of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the School of Biochemistry of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of Rosario. He holds 26 teaching positions in various professorships, in all cases by competition law, until 1984 in the position of Associate Professor of Clinical Biochemistry at the mentioned Faculty. In February 2006, after 48 years of academic activity he retired as an Associate Professor semi-exclusive dedication. He was creator of the Center for Technology in Public Health at the National University of Rosario, designated as a Collaborating Center for the Americas in Viral Hepatitis since 1984, by the World Health Organization and the Pan American Sanitary Bureau. He is a Member of the Argentine Academy of Pharmacy and Biochemistry and received the National Prize for the Professional Career 2011 of the General Confederation of Professionals of the Argentine Republic.
It assumes the presidency of the Foundation in the year 2001 until April of 2013, promoting the project of the Centennial Hospital of the Bicentennial, offering to the hospital community and university outstanding accomplishments. Active impeller of the insertion of the Medical Sciences Foundation of Rosario in the community rosarina.
Owner of a path recognized by the city, which at the time named him Distinguished Citizen.
He was born in Melincué, Santa Fe, and in 1918 he joined the Post Office as a courier and became General Manager, where he retired in 1986, serving 55 years of service.
He was the author of numerous innovations that served to perfect, create new services or postal and telegraphic work systems.
In May 1989 he joined the Foundation as Administrative Advisor. There he developed an intense organizational and management activity together with the presidency, setting the bases of operation and insertion in the middle of our institution. Until his death, in August 2010, he continued to lend his invaluable and generous dedication without hesitation.
Argentinean surgeon of international renown, president of the Argentine Association of Surgery, awarded in 1989 with the title of Master of Thoracic Surgery Argentina.
He was born in Bigand, south of the province of Santa Fe, on February 5, 1923. He entered the Faculty of Medicine of Rosario in 1941, where he graduated as a Medical Surgeon in 1947 and a Doctor of Medicine in 1965.
In 1949, he began his training in thoracic surgery with Prof. Mario Brea at the Clinical Hospital of the Faculty of Medicine of Buenos Aires, which he completed in 1950 in the United States, during his stay in various surgical centers.
In 1951 he entered the Italian Hospital, where in 1953 he was appointed Head of the Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Service. There he organized the Experimental Surgery Section, forming a team consisting of Emilio Navarini, José Luis Ameriso, Mario Milano, Juan A. Della Bianca, Osvaldo Molina, Ruben Dellamea and Dr. Magdalena Castagnino as an anesthetist, with whom he began to work In open heart surgery.
Head of the Thoracic Surgery Service, Marcelino Freyre Hospital.
In 1971 he was appointed Full Professor of Surgical Clinic of the Faculty of Medicine taking charge, in addition, of the Head of the Department of Surgery of the Faculty.
Founding member of the Society of Cardiology of Rosario, and of the Association of Coastal Surgery, having been President of the Argentine Association of Surgery and of the Argentine Society of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery.
Official Rapporteur of the 29th National Congress of Surgery in 1958 and President of the 52nd Argentine Congress of Surgery, was awarded in 1989 with the title of Master of Thoracic Surgery Argentina.
Honorary member of the Society of Rosario Surgery and of the Argentine Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, designated in 1993 National Honorary Member of the Argentine Association of Surgery.
Exquisite surgeon, with an exceptional surgical technique, shone through his teaching ability and advanced concerns, being one of the pioneers in the implementation of the residences in Centennial Hospital, system that was led by one of his teachers, Dr. Mario Pitch.
His affable and simple character, together with his attitude always inclined to support the anxieties that approached him, made that those who had the opportunity to know him, felt for him a singular affection.
He died in Rosario, on November 3, 1993, at the age of 70 years.
He was born in Rosario in 1941 and died on September 2, 2008 in the same city.
Entrepreneur who, from a young age, assumed responsibility for running the Santa Clara factory, a family company that produces the well-known Duck Oil.
In the 1980s he held the second vice presidency and the presidency of the Chamber of the Argentine Oil Industry (CIARA).
He was a member of the board of directors of the Rural Society of Rosario.
He was the founder of Santa Sylvina, a balanced food factory and the company to produce milk powder, La Sibila.
In the Stock Exchange of Rosario was president in three periods: 1988-1989, 2001-2003 and 2003-2005