Aileen Quibilan San Luis

14 December, 19653 September, 2021
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Aileen Quibilan San Luis, age 55, of Chattanooga passed away Friday, September 3, 2021 at her home. She was born in Isabela City, Basilan Philippines to the late Amado R. San Luis & Carolina Q. San Luis. Aileen was a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church and was employed with Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation for the last 27 years. She was a volunteer for SPARC. Her sisters, Ma. Madelyn San Luis Escandor preceded her in death. Survivors include her husband of 20 years, Amante Agbannaoag; son Ian Patrick Agbannaoag Chattanooga; sister, Ana Isabel S. Paquibot of Cebu City, Philippines; nieces, Lara Romina E. Ganapin of Manila, Philippines; Fiona Patricia SL. Escandor of Cebu City, Philippines; nephew, Jose Maria SL Escandor of Cebu City, Philippines; special friend Catherine Fletcher of Chattanooga; and several great-nieces and great-nephews. Funeral services will be held Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. in the East Chapel. The family will receive friends from 2-4 p.m. prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers, donations will be accepted for school funds through SunTrust Bank, c/o Amante Agbannaoag. Arrangements are by the East Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home, Crematory & Florist, 404 South Moore Road, Chattanooga, TN 37412. Please share your thoughts and memories at


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Dianne Pritchett

8 September 2021

I am sorry to hear of the passing of Aileen. A family member spent a lot of time at Siskin both inpatient and outpatient following an accident. Aileen was very good in their care on different periods of time. A very simple home therapy item she suggested has made a huge difference and is still being used daily even after 15 years. RIP Aileen. It was wonderful to have known you.

Sheliah Rivers

8 September 2021

I had the privilege of working with Aileen at HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital back in the early 90's when she worked in the Physical Therapy Department. She was always pleasant and was in good spirits. She was devoted to her patients as well. I saw her at Siskin Rehabilitation when I had a family member in the hospital there. May you rest in peace and may God be with your family at this most difficult time.
Sheliah Rivers RN

Maebel Querickiol- Conlu

5 September 2021

Dear Aileen+,
I am saddened to receive the news of your passing.
I will always be grateful for the time we were together-bestie during our elementary years along with Anthony+ @ ClaretSchool.
You were such a wonderful friend drawing out my introverted self with your cheerfulness and kindness.
Then, all this time, we were at opposite ends of the world but your cousin LQ (also my high school classmate) would always update me of your life in TN.
Rest in Peace now, and say Hi to Bobong+ for me in heaven.

Until we meet again Aileen+.

Maebel Silbol Querickiol - Conlu

*Sending our deepest condolences to the bereaved family she left behind.

Jane Jolley

4 September 2021

I worked with Aileen at Siskin for nearly 30 years. She was always very friendly and did her job well. I especially enjoyed her updates on Ian's dancing - she was rightly very proud! Aileen will be so greatly missed. She is an important part of the Siskin family. Her influence will continue for many years and her memory will always be a blessing. Thoughts and prayers are with her family.

Cindy Wheeler

4 September 2021

I worked with Aileen at Siskin and over the years we became good friends. She would stop by my office after our morning meetings and we would talk about life and then during the day I would walk by her office and stop to talk. She truly had a precious heart. She would talk about her son with such love and pride. Her family was the most important thing to her. She had tremendous faith and strength. I will miss her but heaven definitely gained an angel. Cindy Wheeler

Christine Fujiwara

4 September 2021

I can always look back and remember your smile. As a classmate? both academic and sports, you were a top-notch! As a friend? I’m grateful for the advices you gave. As a town mate? I was planning to vote for you if ever you would have considered running for public office.
I will always cherish the best memories we had. RIP and say hello to my dad there♥️.

Jeannette Davis

3 September 2021

I owe a great debt to Aileen. For all my years as a therapist she has always been a friend, mentor and such a great example of how to be your authentic self while caring for others. She is much loved and will be greatly missed by the rehab community of Chattanooga as well as her friends and family. May your journey be peaceful my friend.

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