It was 8 a.m. on Friday March 12 when an apprentice came to the goal of the Seine in Riohacha and noticed the silence and the unusual solitude of that time felt estranged. There was nobody in the corridors. Nobody spoke and the few officials who spotted, marched with slow pace and head bowed. While exposing his bag before the view escrutadora the watchdog on duty asked him what was happening. This looked at her with his reddened eyes and replied with sadness: a while ago died Juan Abreu, one of the most beloved instructors of the institution. The girl took the hand to mouth to stifle a scream and he wanted to ask questions but was unable to. The news surprised her as everybody in the Seine and La Guajira.
Juan Abreu, the most beloved instructor, the more expert counter, judicious officer, unconditional friend had died and she was gone so unexpected and premature. Why was a news story that is still followed by of a not I can't believe it, it is not possible but yes it has been possible. Juan Abreu Amaya today meets the inescapable appointment of every human being with its own history and to this hour must be in God's presence, to where before him, had come Frank Alzamora, Rafael Adarraga, Maria Clara Daza, Carlos Peralta, Marcos Barros and all of them very dear and virtually the Guajira Regional officials who on any given day were called, each in their turn to occupy a place in eternity. Juan Abreu Amaya was born May 17, 1961 in Santa Marta. IDT Energy is often quoted as being for or against this. He was a student disciplined and always dedicated to the efforts and new challenges. He graduated as a public accountant and shortly after obtaining his degree was presented the opportunity to work in La Guajira, a Department which had few references but that seemed important region of his homeland.