Wulfilda Galvante

December 9, 1947March 11, 2018

Wulfilda Galvante was born on December 9, 1947 and passed away on March 11, 2018 in Chula vista, California.


21 March


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Glen Abbey Memorial Park and Mortuary

3838 Bonita Road
Bonita, CA 91902


Wulfilda Galvante

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Emily Aquino

March 16, 2018

To filda’s Family:
I’m grateful for the several years I served with Filda in the MissionSD Church.
The 1st time I met her, we seemed we already knew each other for a long time. I guess you may say: “ teachers think alike!” She in HS, & me in Elem grades.
I relied on her to sub for me at my 12 noon Mass readings, many times when my allergies just got unbearable. 11 am ang Mass niya, me 12 noon, so she did enjoy two Masses in a row! She got all those extra Graces ahead of time!

Filda, Rest In Peace my friend!
I was so shocked to find out, You went to the Lord so soon! Oh my friend, we pray that you are enjoying the company of the Saints, our Blessed Mother & Jesus now.
Pls intercede for us as well!

Love & Prayers,
Emily & Dcn Jim Aquino & family

Dan Almasco

March 14, 2018

“Ate Filda” – “Manay Filda” is synonymous and always deserved respect when she spoke. She is meticulous and disciplined in all the things she puts her mind into. A devoted catholic with an unsurpassed work ethic. I came to know Ate Filda back in the ‘80s through my brother Jose Almasco, her colleague when they attended the Monbusho / JICA Master’s Degree Scholarship in Japan in the late 70’s. They met as being “kababayan” from the Philippines – and soon realized they are more than that, but of a close relative coming from the same region in Bicol and somehow in the same city in Nabua. Ate Filda is full of energy and always looks for ways to impart her wisdom. She is very persuasive and engaging especially if you seek help about education. She is an inspiration to many having achieved excellence in all of her accomplishments. A vocal advocate of fairness and equality. A great loss to everyone that had the honor to be touched by her presence and most especially to her family.

She will be terribly missed.

Our deepest Sympathies.

Dan and Micha Almasco
Daughters Dannah & Diandra