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A TRIBUTE TO MY FATHER : THE DRIVING FORCE BEHIND MY ENDEAVOURS















Recognized for valor in Vietnam










Completing a marathon in San Diego at 56 years old










With my Father


















Always with us every step of every day....





















With the Love of His life









56 years of Marriage









The Global Trade Organizations



























Patriot, Visionary, Bill Cavan is the stuff of Legendary Heroes ....


Father of IMO & IPO Executive Director Will Cavan ...


The driving force behind Ambrosia International, Ltd (1984),  International Mango Organization (2000) , Growers Alliance Corporation (2008), International Pineapple Organization (2012) among other ventures around the world .....








With vice-President Richard M. Nixon in El Savador in 1955



Flew 17 Missions over Japan during WW II














B29 BILL and his crew out of Tinian during WW II











Madrid Spain with U.S. Ambassador Robert C, Hill in 1970









Spirit of Goodwill Mission in Managua, Nicaragua in 1981











In Nha Trang, Vietnam Military advisor during Vietnam War in 1971











With Air Marshall Ky in Vietnam 1972













Military advisor during Vietnam War









Torrejon Air Base, Madrid Spain 1970









Chief of Station, Mazambique 1968











At Emperor Haile Salasses Palace in Ethiopia in 1968







With Former US Senator and Governor of the State of California Pete Wilson in 1981

































































At Lindbergh Field, San Diego 1981









In Tapachula, Mexico in 1981






















With Mayor of Mexico City Carlos Hank in 1981









In Cuernavaca, Mexico with Ted Gildred & Bill Black









Managua Nicaragua Airport with Sandinista Officials in 1981













At US Embassy in Mexico City in 1981



















Originally Posted 5th May 2012 by Will Cavan








http://mangoworldmagazine.blogspot.com/2012/05/legend-of-bill-cavan-driving-force.html

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