| Jacinto Garrigosa|
| August 9, 2004, Miami, Florida, United States|Jacinto Peynado Garrigosa Wikipedia
Jacinto Bienvenido Peynado Garrigosa (1941–2004) was a businessman and politician who served as Vice President of the Dominican Republic from 1994 to 1996.
His father was Enrique Peynado Soler (son of the late president Jacinto Peynado y Peynado and Mercedes Soler Machado), and his mother was Miguelina Olimpia Garrigosa Thormann (daughter of Miguel Garrigosa Gallardo and Olimpia Thormann Lamarche).
Peynado Garrigosa chaired the commercial society Commercial Delta, a company founded by his father, which was dealer in Dominican Republic of the automakers Toyota, Lexus and Volvo.
He was senator to the National Congress for the National District during the 1986–1990 and 1990–1994 periods; Vice-President of the Republic in the trimmed term comprised between 1994 and 1996. In 1996 he was the presidential candidate of the Social Reformist Party Christian (PRSC), but he was placed in the third place of the votes of that electoral contest as he did not received the backrest of the PRSC’s adherents. In the 2000 presidential election, he was the running mate of Joaquín Balaguer.
Peynado died in Miami on 9 August 2004 as consequence of a cancer. His widow, Margarita Álvarez, is at presentday the vicemayor of the capital city.