Carmela Bárbaro recalled the last conversations she had with Gerardo Rozín: how she told her daughter about his death

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A few days after two years after the death of Gerardo Rozín, the journalist Carmela Bárbaro (48) She spoke about the driver with whom she had a relationship until 2014 from which her daughter Elena was born.

The driver of “La Peña de Morfi” died on March 11, 2022 after a tough fight against a brain tumor for which he underwent surgery AND forced him to take several months off from the program who was traveling with Jésica Cirio – as her state of health was “irreversible” – until finally abandoning it on December 27, 2021.

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Remembering the conversations he had with Rozín before his departure, Carmela said she remained in contact with him “for a long time” and that’s the driver “He talked about work until the last day.”

He wondered if he would be able to beif I had been behind the camera, what place would I have occupied, whether I was doing the program from home or with a zoom or what things I wanted to tell.We talked about work all the time and his face lit up because everything else was sadness and loss. It needed creativity and vitality,” said Bárbaro in dialogue with “Socios del Espectáculo” (El Trece, Monday to Friday, 10.30).

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Along the same lines, the journalist said that Gerardo was so committed to his vocation as a communicator that when he died “He left many things unfinished” AS programs, formats, novels and a documentary.

When Adrián Pallares asked her if she should prepare to face the death of the driver, Carmela reflected: “You think so, but the truth is I don’t think there’s a way to do it and there’s no way to know what’s going to happen. At one point I said that I felt like we had talked about everything, but when I no longer had him I felt like I missed telling him so many things.”.

Carmela spoke about the most difficult part of losing Gerardo RozínCarmela spoke about the most difficult part of losing Gerardo Rozín

“You get strong because you can’t break down, I have little kids.”, observed Bárbaro referring to Elena, the teenager he had with Gerardo and Manuel, who he conceived only two years after the separation with Rozín. Then, the communicator assured him “Your daughter is fine today” and pointed out that they passed through “Very difficult years”.

Soon after, Carmela recalled that the driver died when he was only 51 years old. “I was very young, my daughter was 11. The last six months were better but the year and a half were really hard,” she acknowledged.

“There was a level of rawness and very difficult conversations to be had, which I tracked down and when I think about it, it makes my stomach clench, both with him and with my children, not to mention.”, Bárbaro said and then remembered what it had been like when he had to tell Elena that her father had died. ““It’s one of the hardest things that’s happened to me.”he said in a broken voice.

Source: Clarin

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