86R33434 JGH-D
  By: Kacal H.R. No. 1656
         WHEREAS, Family and friends will forever treasure their
  memories of Carlos Nestor Beltrame of Livermore, California, who
  died on February 26, 2019, at the age of 85; and
         WHEREAS, Carlos Beltrame was born on November 13, 1933, in
  Rosario, Argentina, to Elio Francisco and Catalina Cordulia
  Beltrame; he served in the Argentine army and the Federal Police and
  worked all over the country as a mechanic before emigrating to Los
  Angeles in 1963; and
         WHEREAS, After working as a mechanic at various places,
  Mr. Beltrame joined Eli Porsche Audi, and he went on to start his
  own business, Alfa Autohaus, in Fremont, California; he operated
  the company for 20 years until his retirement, and along the way, he
  also co-owned a restaurant in Fremont called Milano, where he
  enjoyed making fresh pasta for his customers; in addition, he was an
  enthusiastic pilot; and
         WHEREAS, Mr. Beltrame married his first wife, Patti Mustard,
  in San Francisco in 1965; he was joined in matrimony to his second
  wife, Kathleen Machado, in Reno, Nevada, in 1986, and they shared 20
  years together until her death in 2016; he was the proud father of
  two daughters, Lisa and Christina, and later a devoted stepfather
  to Terryl and the late Lori Harrison; after settling in Livermore in
  2001, he delighted in cooking and barbecuing for his grandchildren,
  Sarah, Mary, Kimberly, Karly, Joseph, Jillian, Nicole, and Paige;
         WHEREAS, A loving family man and a warm-hearted and
  good-humored friend, Carlos Beltrame lived a full and generous
  life, and memories of happy times spent in his company will remain
  to brighten the hearts of all those who knew and loved him; now,
  therefore, be it
         RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives of the 86th Texas
  Legislature hereby pay tribute to the memory of Carlos Nestor
  Beltrame and extend heartfelt sympathy to his family and many
  friends; and, be it further
         RESOLVED, That an official copy of this resolution be
  prepared for his family and that when the Texas House of
  Representatives adjourns this day, it do so in memory of Carlos
  Nestor Beltrame.