The ones who are members of the Cuban Women Federation in Matanzas reminded Fe del Valle Ramos, that woman who on April 13th, 1961, left for her job as usual: the El Encanto department store, where she worked as a sales clerk.
There worked that woman of noble soul and heart, but of firm convictions, who belonged to the Revolutionary National Militias when there was the sinister fire caused by Carlos González, worker of the record department of the store and member of the terrorist group Recovery Movement of the Town (MRP).
Of Faith of the Valley or Lula, as they called to him of affective way his familiar relatives, it is said that he returned to look for the funds that had been collected destined to the construction of infantile circles or that harnessed the exit of the workers in that difficult moment; The fact is that he was a victim of terrorist actions against our country.
The life of a 44-year-old woman, mother of two children, Robin and Erik, was cut off, but her death was not in vain, instilling courage, courage against injustice and bad intentions to impede the development of the Cuban Revolution. . This was Fe del Valle.
Among the lines of work of the Cuban Women Federation in Matanzas is the reminder of those women who in one way or another left their mark on our history.