#11: Frank Campos

“Not a lot from my father. I was gone for a long period of time. I was in the Air Force for 22 years so I left and so I really never did talk to him a lot about Spain but I know that he did live in a small little fishing village just North of Málaga and that’s about all really. I didn’t really get a chance to talk – he died in 1959 while I was in Spain. As a matter of fact I spent more years in Spain in the Air Force but I went to Rincón de la Victoria which was a fishing village and he wanted a copy of his birth certificate and so we went to Málaga and stayed there and the day that we were going to go get the birth certificate that’s the day he passed away.”

(Monterey, California. June 27, 2012)