Alicia Pietri

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Alicia Pietri de Caldera
Alicia Pietri (años 90).jpg
First Lady of Venezuela
President Rafael Caldera
In role
12 March 1969 – 12 March 1974
Preceded by Carmen América Fernández
Succeeded by Blanca Rodríguez
In role
2 February 1994 – 2 February 1999
Preceded by Ligia Betancourt
Succeeded by Marisabel Rodríguez
Personal details
Born (1923-10-14)14 October 1923
Died 9 February 2011(2011-02-09) (aged 87)
Caracas, Venezuela
Political party Copei
Spouse(s) Rafael Caldera
Children 6

Alicia Pietri Montemayor (14 October 1923 – 9 February 2011) was a public figure in Venezuela who twice served as First Lady of Venezuela (1969–1974 and 1994–1999) as the wife of Venezuelan president Rafael Caldera. She was the founder of the Children's Museum of Caracas. She served as president of the Children’s Foundation in Venezuela, and was also involved in other organizations dedicated to childcare.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Alicia Pietri Montemayor was born October 14, 1923.[1] Her husband Rafael Caldera died on December 24, 2009, after struggling for several years with Parkinson’s Disease.[1] She died in Caracas on February 9, 2011 at the age 87, of natural causes.[1]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d "Falleció Alicia Pietri, viuda del expresidente Rafael Caldera". February 9, 2011. Retrieved October 19, 2016.

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Honorary titles
Preceded by
Carmen América Fernández
First Lady of Venezuela
Succeeded by
Blanca Rodríguez
Preceded by
Ligia Betancourt
First Lady of Venezuela
Succeeded by
Marisabel Rodríguez