Pseudonym: Freapane, Douglas J.
February 1959: The PRQ II for AMCALL-1/Reynoldo Gonzalez states: "Douglas J. Freapane was introduced to Subject in February 1959 by AMOURETTE-9/Rev. Enrique Osler in Havana to provide Freapane with first-hand information concerning the post-revolutionary high level labor activities and to aid in the development of Project AMCALL."
8/31/59 cable from Robert Reynolds at HQ to Havana: "Security review of Choaden and Freapane operations deemed essential...Jack Malone's lawyer told him in Havana that Choaden may be a (US) intelligence agent...Carlos Todd of Havana Times told Choaden he knew Choaden and Freapane were both (CIA) agents. Choaden repeated this on latest trip to HQS...what remedial steps station recommends."
9/15/59 cable from Havana to Director: "Concerns possible security risk of "David A. Phillips" and "David U. Groves" being identified as (CIA) personnel." In this version, the pseudonyms are redacted and their true names are written in as marginalia. In 104-10178-10280 (see next reference), their pseudos are identified as "Choaden" and "Freapane".
This document is identical to 104-10128-10329 above, except the pseudonyms CHOADEN AND FREAPANE are not redacted (but the marginalia in 104-10128-10329) is not present.
Wilmer R. Aretz prepared this PRQ, 4/14/60: "The Case Officer (Douglas Freapane) meets with Subject (AMCALL-1) as a representative of JMCLIPPER." The questionnaire also says that AMCALL-1 believes he is working for JMCLIPPER. AMOURETTE-9 knows of AMCALL-1's relationship with JMCLIPPER.
Obituary of Nancy Jane Bustamante Groves: https://hiers-baxley.com/tribute/details/31613/Nancy-Bustamante-Groves/obituary.html#tribute-start
2015: Nancy J. B. Groves, of Ocala, FL, 84 years, was born in Mexico City, Mexico on April 15, 1931; daughter of the late Miguel E. and Alice Mary (Connolly) Bustamante. She returned to the Lord from Ocala on Wednesday, May 20, 2015. While she lived in many areas of the U.S., Mexico, Guatemala and Cuba, she lived 24 years in Orlando, FL before moving to Ocala in 2007. Nancy was a homemaker who spent her life loving and caring for her family, friends and those who were less fortunate. She also worked for Lockheed Martin of Orlando, FL for more than 10 years as a benefits specialist. She was a woman of great faith who continually gave selflessly of her time and resources. She loved her Church and was committed to the sanctity of life. Nancy was past president of the Junior League of Mexico. She was a member of Queen of Peace Catholic Church of Ocala and prior member of St. Stephens Catholic Community of Winter Springs where at both churches she served as a Eucharistic minister. Nancy was involved with the Crisis Pregnancy Center in Orlando for many years. She was proud of her many years of participation in the Right to Life Marches held yearly in Washington, D.C. Nancy is survived by her beloved husband of 63 years; David U. Groves, who she married on June 23, 1951 at St. Ann's Parish, Washington, DC; children Nancy A. Groves of Sanford, FL, and Patricia R. Jahr and her husband Michael of Wisconsin; grandchildren Caleb M. Jahr, Rebecca E. Jahr and Nicole A. Jahr, also of Wisconsin; sister Mary Elizabeth Anderson of Maryland; brother Capt. C. Joseph Bustamante (USN Retd) and his wife Sally of Virginia. A visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 from 4:00PM to 7:00PM in the TimberRidge Chapel of Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, 9695 SW 110th St. Ocala, FL 34481. A second visitation will be held on Thursday, May 28, 2015 from 1:00PM to 2:00PM at St. Stephens Catholic Community of Winter Springs, FL...Entombment (at) Glen Haven Memorial Park, Winter Park, FL.
Obituary of David U. Groves: https://hiers-baxley.com/tribute/details/34212/David-Groves/obituary.html
Mr. David U. Groves went to meet his Lord in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, on July 26, 2017, at the age of 90. David was born on Nov. 10, 1926, in Lexington, MO, to the late William and Adelaide (Updegraff) Groves. David graduated from the Georgia Military Academy in 1943 and volunteered for the Army Specialized Training Reserve Program. He later served as a PFC in occupied Germany, working as a cartoonist and illustrator for Stars & Stripes. In that role, he made sketches at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials and interviewed survivors of the Dachau concentration camp. After receiving an honorable discharge from the Army, David was hired as a copy boy for The Washington Post in 1946. He quickly worked his way up to a cartoonist and illustrator, providing art for the daily weather bird cartoon and Bill Gold's column "The District Line." David earned a BA from the University of Maryland in 1950 and an MA from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in 1951. That same year, he married Nancy Jane Bustamante on June 23 at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Washington, D.C. He was also recruited to work for the CIA. He began working in the Western Hemisphere Division and worked for the Agency for more than two decades. He also worked in public relations over the years. Over the years, David and Nancy lived in Guatemala, Cuba, Mexico, Cleveland, Washington, D.C., Orlando and Ocala, FL. David moved to Wisconsin after Nancy died in 2015. David and Nancy were active members of Queen of Peace Catholic Church of Ocala and, prior to that, of St. Stephens Catholic Community of Winter Springs. They were both active in pro-life activities at the local and national level. David was a long-time stamp collector, dealer and columnist...David is survived by children Nancy A. Groves of Sanford, FL, and Patricia R. Jahr and her husband Michael of Wisconsin; grandchildren Caleb M. Jahr and his wife Laura, Rebecca E. Jahr and Nicole A. Jahr, also of Wisconsin...