OBITUARIO

Eligio David Pangilinan

1 diciembre , 193620 abril , 2021
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Eligio David Pangilinan of San Diego, California passed away on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, surrounded by his family and closest friends. He was 84 years old.

Eligio was born December 1, 1936, in Dinalupihan, Bataan, Philippines. Known as “Ed” among friends, he went by many names in his lifetime, including Chief, Ely and Big Kahuna (self-proclaimed). But the most important to him were husband, Tatay (dad) and Lolo (grandpa).

Eligio served in the U.S. Navy for 20 years, rising to the rank of Chief before retiring in 1980. After his retirement from the Navy, Eligio worked for the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and then the United States Postal Service. He was a member of the Freemasons for more than 35 years, and was appointed to the Grand Lodge family in 1996.

An avid golfer, Eligio teed off in golf courses in the Philippines and across the United States in search of the perfect game. Throughout their marriage, Eligio and his wife, Luviminda, took the time to see the world, visiting Europe, South America, Asia and Australia.

It didn’t matter how long he lived in the United States, Eligio felt the Philippines was still his home. He went home every year and always gave generously to those who were still there. His last wish was to be brought back to the Philippines to be buried.

Eligio liked his soup, his cheesecake and his tea, and ended every prayer before dinner with “play ball!” He was pragmatic and stubborn to a fault, but also generous and kind. He would probably hate having so many pictures of himself on the Internet as one of his favorite lines was “Don’t put that picture on Facebook.”

Eligio is survived by his wife of 50 years, Luviminda, his daughter, Doreen Pangilinan Alberts, son-in-law David Alberts, granddaughters Barbara and Veronica Alberts, and sisters Celia and Ofelia. He is preceded in death by his four half-brothers.

Eligio lived a full life and will be deeply missed by his family and the friends he’s made throughout the years.

A visitation for Eligio will be held Saturday, May 15, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Glen Abbey Mortuary, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA 91902.

A visitation will also occur on Sunday, May 16, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Glen Abbey Mortuary, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA 91902.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.glenabbeysandiego.net for the Pangilinan family.

Servicios

  • Visitation

    sábado, 15 mayo , 2021

  • Visitation Livestream

    sábado, 15 mayo , 2021

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  • Visitation

    domingo, 16 mayo , 2021

  • Visitation Livestream

    domingo, 16 mayo , 2021

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Isagani/Erlinda Soriano

9 mayo , 2021

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9 mayo , 2021

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9 mayo , 2021

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9 mayo , 2021

Isagani L/Erlinda Soriano

9 mayo , 2021

Our condolences to the family. Our next trip won't be the same without you.

Esty Camerino

9 mayo , 2021

My sincere sympathy to the whole family.

Manny Filoteo

29 abril , 2021

Our deepest sympathies and prayers. Peace and love to the family. May he rest in peace.

Jesse and Dolly Puspos

29 abril , 2021

Our condolences and prayers for the family. May you find comfort and consolation during this difficult times. May he Rest In Peace.

Rene and Nini Deleon

26 abril , 2021

Eternal light shine upon you, Kuya Eli. Rest In Peace! We will miss you.

Esty Camerino

26 abril , 2021

I'm so sorry for your loss. My sincere sympathy to the whole Pangilinan Family.

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Biografía

Eligio David Pangilinan of San Diego, California passed away on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, surrounded by his family and closest friends. He was 84 years old.

Eligio was born December 1, 1936, in Dinalupihan, Bataan, Philippines. Known as “Ed” among friends, he went by many names in his lifetime, including Chief, Ely and Big Kahuna (self-proclaimed). But the most important to him were husband, Tatay (dad) and Lolo (grandpa).

Eligio served in the U.S. Navy for 20 years, rising to the rank of Chief before retiring in 1980. After his retirement from the Navy, Eligio worked for the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and then the United States Postal Service. He was a member of the Freemasons for more than 35 years, and was appointed to the Grand Lodge family in 1996.

An avid golfer, Eligio teed off in golf courses in the Philippines and across the United States in search of the perfect game. Throughout their marriage, Eligio and his wife, Luviminda, took the time to see the world, visiting Europe, South America, Asia and Australia.

It didn’t matter how long he lived in the United States, Eligio felt the Philippines was still his home. He went home every year and always gave generously to those who were still there. His last wish was to be brought back to the Philippines to be buried.

Eligio liked his soup, his cheesecake and his tea, and ended every prayer before dinner with “play ball!” He was pragmatic and stubborn to a fault, but also generous and kind. He would probably hate having so many pictures of himself on the Internet as one of his favorite lines was “Don’t put that picture on Facebook.”

Eligio is survived by his wife of 50 years, Luviminda, his daughter, Doreen Pangilinan Alberts, son-in-law David Alberts, granddaughters Barbara and Veronica Alberts, and sisters Celia and Ofelia. He is preceded in death by his four half-brothers.

Eligio lived a full life and will be deeply missed by his family and the friends he’s made throughout the years.

A visitation for Eligio will be held Saturday, May 15, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Glen Abbey Mortuary, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA 91902.

A visitation will also occur on Sunday, May 16, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Glen Abbey Mortuary, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA 91902.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.glenabbeysandiego.net for the Pangilinan family.