It was an unusually warm winter day in Versailles on Thursday, February 16th – the day before my birthday. I, along with Sheryl and some close friends, had been in Paris for a few days to celebrate my birthday and we decided take a day trip to the palatial estate of the French kings. In
This is a recorded audio eulogy delivered by Dedy’s grandson, Rowland Anthony. Listen.
When I was in Year 3, we did this topic called Heroes. At the time, my naïve mind thought that Hero was some celebrity that I was into at the time so I said that my hero was this really cool band my Kuya just showed me called ‘My Chemical Romance’. Now I can say
I remember when we last saw Lolo at the hospital around new years, we were all huddled around his bed when he began to talk of his family. One by one he went around the room, showing his love for each of his children and family members with his heartfelt words. Finally, he said to
We are here today because of a great man. We have come because of him. We want to remember all the great works this man has done for us. His life of love and sacrifice is without equal. Every time we remember what he has done, we are drawn to Him, love Him even more,
Good morning family and friends of our beloved Lolo Dedy, my name is osos and i would like to share some experiences and express how much lolo diddy meant to me. I met Lolo and Lola from as far as my memory can go. Mommy and Papa were my first parents in life, they raised
After the death of my father, Pablo Roman, in 1976, I chose to continue R&B Insurance, a company that my siblings wanted to liquidate because of its huge customs liabilities. I was introduced to Teddy Reyes who just left Sentinel Insurance, as he was an expert in surety bonds. Teddy became R&B’s bonding chief but