OBITUARY

Eufronia Maceda Luarca

August 3, 1928July 6, 2018
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Eufronia Maceda Luarca was born on August 3, 1928 and passed away on July 6, 2018 in Surrey, British Columbia

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, July 19, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, July 20, 2018
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Eufronia Maceda Luarca

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Josefina (Jo) Vergara

July 22, 2018

I haven’t see you in such a long time but I always remember your kindness and elegance when I visited with George back in early ‘80s. You and Tata Junior welcomed me like family. My deepest condolence to the family. George, Pauline and Nellie, you were so blessed to have had such a loving and devoted mother and that she had a long life which you treasured and enjoyed.
Too bad I don’t have a photo to share of my visit with the family but the memory is with me forever.
May Eternal rest shine upon her and may she rest in eternal peace.
Love,
Jo

Fleur de Liz Torralba Tubio

July 20, 2018

My earliest memories of Auntie Froning was when they were still living near Buendia, Makati. She was always well dressed and looked good. I will always remember the family gatherings when we still lived in Manila and later, their visits to Cebu on their way to Tagbilaran. But I’ll always remember her for being our gracious host (her nanay, Inse Neneng would be proud) when my parents and I visited Vancouver. She and Uncle Sam (that’s how he wants me and my husband to call him) toured us around the city and most memorably, the Butchart Garden in Vancouver Island.

Auntie Froning, your warm spirit and infectious laughter will always be remembered. In behalf of Papa Nonoy, thank you for all that you, Inse Neneng and the family has done for us.

Fleur de Liz Torralba Tubio

July 20, 2018

My earliest memories of Auntie Froning was when they were still living near Buendia, Makati. She was always well dressed and looked good. I will always remember the family gatherings when we still lived in Manila and later, their visits to Cebu on their way to Tagbilaran. But I’ll always remember her for being our gracious host (her nanay, Inse Neneng would be proud) when my parents and I visited Vancouver. She and Uncle Sam (that’s how he wants me and my husband to call him) toured us around the city and most memorably, the Butchart Garden in Vancouver Island.

Auntie Froning, your warm spirit and infectious laughter will always be remembered. In behalf of Papa Nonoy, thank you for all that you, Inse Neneng and the family has done for us.

Paulina Masilungan

July 20, 2018

Mama still remembers their shopping sprees in Escolta at Joe’s department Store, their vacation in Bohol and the Davao trio they planned but didn’t do because she got married to papa. Sending our condolences love and prayers to the whole family. From Tandy Masilungan

James Suarez

July 20, 2018

I don’t remember if I met Lola Proning and Lolo Junior when I was a child; but I met them when they visited the Philippines while I was studying dentistry. They made a stop at mama Lourdes’ house and briefly stayed with my tito Jay. They were enjoying each other’s company, traveling happily together.

Josie Morales Benitez

July 19, 2018

Josie Morales Benitez

July 19, 2018

Josie Morales Benitez

July 19, 2018

Josephine Morales Benitez

July 19, 2018

Dear Uncle Junior, George, Pauline, and Nellie,

Our deepest condolences in the passing of your loving wife, dearest mother and my aunt, Auntie Pruning. Oscar and I are saddened but were fortunate to see her again on our visit to Canada.

I will never forget Auntie’s smile, the excitement in her voice when she spoke, her infectious laughter, and simply her funny self! Auntie always had many family stories to tell but most of all, Auntie always made sure you ate and ate well!

We will miss Auntie Pruning dearly. May God and all our departed family welcome her in heaven.

With all our love and sympathy,
Josie and Oscar
Euless, Texas

Priscilla Luarca

July 19, 2018