I was Born in Cuba. My parents and I immigrated to America and made a home in New Orleans, Louisiana when I was just nine-years old. My wife, Laurie, and I have four wonderful children. We moved to Bastrop just weeks before the devastating Labor Day fires of 2011. To see the way that the community came together was truly inspiring. The fires certainly destroyed much, yet this community embraced us wholeheartedly. Having experienced Hurricane Katrina, I have seen firsthand how tragedies can inspire incredible humanity and can bring out the best in us. If you have any questions, please let me know how I can help.
I grew up in Louisiana and I can still make a mean pot of Gumbo. I’ve been asked for the recipe; however, I haven’t made the same batch twice! I have four wonderful children and an amazing husband. We’ve called Bastrop home since 2011. The fires that consumed Bastrop during that year were truly devastating to all of us in this community. Having experienced the destruction of Hurricane Katrina and the tragedy of the Bastrop fires, I have a true appreciation of the term ‘count your blessings.’ My family and I quickly learned how resilient and strong this amazing community is. I was inspired to create The Liriano Family Foundation in the spirit of continuing to help others in need. If you have any questions about cars, ask my husband. Gumbo; I’ve got you covered!