Mordy L.S. Maduro

Nòmber: Mordy  L.S. Maduro
Fecha Nasementu: 12 sèptèmber 1921
Lugá: New York
Deporte: Futbòl
Fayesé: 23 mart 1982

A drenta salon di fama na 1985

Deporte Futbòl semper tabata pega na su kurason i e tabata un fiel espektador di partidonan di su klup favorito “Jong Holland” den Stadion di Rif dia 9 mei 1951, Mordy a drenta Direktiva di CVB komo Presidente i no a tarda muchu ku CBV a haña su promé ofisina den Edifisio di L.H Palacios (Lucky Strike) na plaza Wilhelmina Plein. Na 1953 CVB a muda su ofisina pa Molenplein, e clubhuis di Stichting CVB, anterior domisilio di famia Shon Wewe Lieder den Dr. Engels.

Durante su presidensia un kantidat grandi di ekiponan estranhero a bishita Kòrsou i fanatiko di futbòl tabata di pláseme.


Sr. Mordy Maduro

  • Di aña 1959 pa aña 1971 tabata Presidente di N.A.V.U.
  • Na aña 1961 pa aña 1968 a okupá e puesto di Vice Presidente di FIFA.
  • Di aña 1968 pa aña 1972 el a haña e nombramentu komo miembro honorario di N.A.V.U.
  • Komo miembro di honor di FIFA i tambe di Concacaf el a ser honra na aña 1974.

Dia 23 di mart 1982 e gran hòmber aki a bai laga nos, kaminda te awe nos no por a yena e bashí ei.


English Version

Football was always close to his heart, and he was a loyal spectator of matches of his favorite club “Jong Holland” at the Rif Stadium on May 9, 1951. Mordy entered the CVB Directorate as President in 1953, and it didn’t take long for CVB to find its first office in the L.H Palacios Building (Lucky Strike) on Wilhelmina Plein square.

 In 1953, CVB moved its office to Molenplein, the clubhouse of the CVB Foundation, the former residence of the Shon Wewe Lieder family in Dr. Engels. During his presidency, a large number of foreign teams visited Curaçao, and football enthusiasts were delighted.


Mr. Mordy Maduro:

From 1959 to 1971, he was the President of N.A.V.U.
From 1961 to 1968, he served as the Vice President of FIFA.
From 1968 to 1972, he was honored as an honorary member of N.A.V.U.

As an honorary member of FIFA and Concacaf, he was honored in 1974.

On March 23, 1982, this great man left us, and until today, we have not been able to fill the void he left behind.