This Thursday the death of Silvia Harambour, owner of the traditional Punta Arenas establishment, the Kiosko Roca, known for its famous choripán with milk with banana, was confirmed.
A fan of the University of Chile and soccer, Silvia Harambour passed away while vacationing in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.
The businesswoman had different awards, such as one of the 50 ambassadors of the diffusion in the celebration of the 500 years of the Strait of Magellan.
The emblematic place remained closed during this day and hundreds of Magellanics mourn the death of Silvia. In social networks they also said goodbye to the owner of Kiosko Roca.
A pity the departure of Doña Silvia Harambour, a beautiful lady who leaves us many memories. Since I was little I have memories of the Kiosko Roca where many times Doña Silvia attended us. My condolences to her family and to all who were and are part of Kiosko Roca. pic.twitter.com/qMEGdNyPed
– Gustavo Agurto Vergara (@GustavoAgurto) April 28, 2022
We regret the death of Silvia Harambour who always stood out for her sympathy while attending her renowned local Kiosko Roca. The photograph we share is from our book “30 years of history in Magellanic faces”. We send our condolences to her family. pic.twitter.com/t8ttghj2e8
— Methanex Community (@MethanexChile) April 28, 2022