La muerte fue a causa de un paro cardiorrespiratorio.
Los Ángeles, California.- El músico Humberto Navarro 'El Pecas', quien fuera el baterista de la agrupación 'Los Caminantes', falleció la madrugada de este lunes a causa de un paro cardiorrespiratorio.
A través de un comunicado, diversas empresas y la comunidad artística mandaron sus condolencias a la familia Navarro: "Luna Music y Luna Management se unen al dolor de la familia Navarro por la pérdida de Humberto Navarro por su fallecimiento a causa de neumonía y un paro cardiorrespiratorio”.
En tanto, algunos fanáticos de la agrupación subieron vídeos en un conocido portal de Internet en honor de Navarro; en dichas producciones se muestran algunas imágenes de quien también fuera fundador del grupo, así como los éxitos de la banda.
'Los Caminantes' es originario de San Francisco del Rincón, Guanajuato, pertenece al género de música romántica. La banda ha vendido grandes cantidades de discos a lo largo de su carrera, en la que ha logrado Discos de Oro y Platino.
En la década de los 80, el grupo salió rumbo a Estados Unidos y ahí grabó su primer sencillo, 'Supe perder', melodía que lo dio a conocer en el ámbito internacional.
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|Who are you, to talk about betraying God?Seriously? Who gave you that pirsesmion?Tim, thank you for your comment I will assume from your question that you are not a Christian I am not making a judgement on you about that, but I want to come at this from the proper perspective so that you may correctly understand my response.First, Christians are commanded to reprove their brothers (fellow Christians) who are in sin. It is a sign of love. It is a command, actually, so we may keep everyone who calls themselves a Christian accountable to the name, Christian, that they claim to be. I won't post the scripture here, but you can look it up in the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 18.So, who gave me pirsesmion to discipline? Christ. But, he doesn't just allow his people to discipline other Christians, he commands it. We only discipline those we love If I had enmity toward my brother, and could care less about seeing him drive off a cliff (spiritually speaking) I would gladly let him and move on to other more fruitful aspects of my life. But, those we love we chase We chastise We pursue We bring them back onto the path of righteousness So much so that we would ram our own car into his to prevent him from driving off the cliff. It's not safe It's not fun But it is our duty to pursue those who we love who are caught deep in their sin which will destroy them.This is the parable of the 1 sheep in 99 who go astray. Should I enjoy the company of the 99 who are doing well, or should I obey Christ's command to chase after that one sheep who has gone astray. Yes, it would be easier to hang out with the 99 good sheep But that is not what we are commanded to do.Now it is debatable as to whether this website is a good forum for such discipline. Unfortunately, to my knowledge, I do not have any other recourse. Setting up this site was the last thing I had ever wanted to do. Since the very night David was caught in the act of abandoning his family he does not return phone calls, he does not return emails, and he is living the life of a fugitive with no living address even his divorce lawyer does not know where he lives as Dave lives a day to day existence of someone on the run from accountability, and yes, from God.Now a comment that some have made is I am being mean, that I am being the big bad brother, that I'm trying to shame him, that this is all so unfair'. Our job as Christians is to tell the truth, but to do so in a spirit of love with the goal of reconciliation. We are not trying to shame David We are trying to save him.No one seems to have this problem with alcoholism, where we gleefully say the first step toward a solution is first admitting that you have a problem. Now I don't know that my brother is an alcoholic, but he has a problem, he has an addiction, and he needs to admit to these problems if he is ever going to find a solution He has several problems, actually. David is a fugitive. David is a liar. David is an adulterer. David is a thief. David has not only committed adultery but is doing so with another man's wife. Saying these things is not mean. They are facts. And as stated above, we cannot come up with a solution until we first admit we have a problem . In preparing this I was going to include a litany of verses of Scripture showing just how seriously God will deal with sin of this kind if one does not repent, and rely on the forgiveness found in Jesus Christ.But you know, with the sheer volume of references I wouldn't know where to start, and I wouldn't know where to stop. So I post to you instead this challenge Why don't you find some information that would back up and encourage what my brother is doing. Maybe something like blessed is the man that spends $40,000 of his family's money in a single month on travel to exotic lands, fulfilling his internal desires of the day while his children go to bed alone, without the love of a father, without a bedtime story. Or Maybe, Stolen waters are sweeter than those drawn from your own cisterns, so drink, and be blessed, by the cooler waters along the path on the other side of the hill. I indeed look forward to some feedback on this Your next point, Tim: you sayI watched the video you made for Christmas Eve and it made my stomach turn. You asked in the comments what you could have done differently? Well maybe told Dave all the reasons you loved him not publicly humiliating him with his flaws.Tim, it interesting what you are choosing to focus on. As I had explained earlier, this website was a last resort. It was the last thing I ever would have wanted. I would have wanted to have David talk like an adult. I would have wanted to be able to see David and his wife go to counseling which he has refused. I would have liked to see David talk to his sons as an adult and not whine about his desire to Be happy when all they want, all they need, is to have a father and protector at home.And turn the focus, if you will, on what is truly stomach turning. You opine that my holding by brother accountable, sternly but lovingly, makes your stomach turn. Does a man who walks out on his wife after ten years of marriage with no explanation make your stomach turn? Does blowing forty grand on international travel, resorts, and sightseeing turn your stomach when his three children go to sleep at night wondering why their father left them with no explanation? Does knowing that someone can be so callous as to serve divorce papers on Thanksgiving week and a settlement arrangement on Christmas week turn your stomach? Does sending gifts via amazon.com for Christmas to your children and asking your estranged wife who you will not even refer to her by name to wrap them for you Does that not turn your stomach? What would Helen say, if YOU were that man?I don't know about you, but to be able to sleep at night, there has got to be a lot of NLP and hypnotherapy to be had to clear ones conscience of callousness, guilt, failure, and shame he would experience.And Tim, what is society's problem with a little shame? We tend to use language today like oh, he had a little indiscretion or you know, he has to do what is right for him or it'll be better for the kids in the long run. I hope there are no kids around, but let's be frank Can we be frank, Tim? Bullshit. There is no honor in calling good evil and evil good, and there is no love when you accept dishonorable passions and and behaviors as the moral norm.I don't wish to take up too much of your time, Tim, but I will leave you with this Ask yourself, and maybe ask Helen this when you are together if you decided to become unfaithful to your her, or if she were to become unfaithful to you, do you have someone who loves you enough who will get in your face and tell you that you are in danger That you are making a mistake That your desire to be happy at the expense destruction of the other is the wrong thing to do?I know I have people who care enough about me who will pursue me to the ends of the earth (and have the resources to do so) if I were to fall to a sin of that magnitude. I am glad to be be blessed with such friends. I ask you, if you do not have such friends, seek them out. Ask Helen if she would like it if you had such friends.Finally, Tim, indeed, the last thing I would do is put myself on a pedestal. I know I am a sinner I know I have the same potential to be tempted by the same lusts, passions, greed, and thirst for attention as my brother and I know that without God's grace, I too would fall.Why do we Christians pursue those who are lost, blind, and dead in their own sin? Because Jesus did it for me. Without him, I would be no better than my brother. We pursue those who we love. And we pursue them because God pursued us. He pursued me.Do you know Christ, Tim? I invite you to. Then, you will know why it is we chasten those whom we love.Blessings to you, to Helen, and to your marriage.-Anthony|
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