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Victoria Raymundo CARUNCHO

January 4, 1956August 27, 2020

Maria Victoria Raymundo Caruncho, also known as "Victoria" or "Marivic," passed away in Los Angeles on Aug 27, 2020 and entered into the presence of the Lord. She valued education and philanthropy, sponsoring scholars in Rizal Technological University and empowering marginalized communities in her hometown of Pasig, Philippines. She was a successful businesswoman, running Pasig Queens Court Motel and developing residential and commercial buildings. When not working, she spent her time volunteering at her children's schools and extracurricular groups in Los Angeles. Marivic gave her heart to her family and friends through kind, compassionate, and loyal acts. She loved dancing and singing, reflective of her vibrant and eclectic spirit. She also loved travelling abroad and sharing that passion with others - she saw the world and ensured everyone around her had those same opportunities.

Marivic is predeceased by her father Emiliano Caruncho, mother Aurora Caruncho, and sister Aurora "Inday" Espiritu.

She is survived by her husband, Eric Soriano; her children: Iyo Christian, Ida Claire, Ina Mikaella, Irina Francesca, and Isha Enrica; her son-in-law, Sheldon Alcudia; her grandchildren: Nicole, Hans, Sky, Isis, Tylo, Vigo, Ciel, and Oria; her siblings: Emiliano III, Rebecca "Vicky," and Emilia "Emily"; several other in-laws, cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Marivic's unique, lively, and dazzling presence will be sorely missed by her family, Pasig Queens Court and I Realty Co., her scholars at Rizal Technological University, her classmates, and her friends.


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Victoria Raymundo CARUNCHO

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Richard Bernardo

September 9, 2020

She impacted the lives of many. I remember one day someone came up to me and ask if I was related to Mrs. Caruncho. I said which one? there are several...and she said I was her scholar. Aha! That's Tita Marivic! I said. Anyway, this person has a good life now and a wonderful job because Tita Marivic made a difference... and there are many more scholars like her.

I admired the way she treated her employees; they were a family to her. Not to mention she had a wonderful personality that I will miss in my life. She was so vibrant and you could always count on her for a good conversation. I see her beaming, and sometimes mischievous, smile in my head right now.

Godspeed... until we all meet again.

With Love and Gratitude,


Joni Mckellar

September 6, 2020

You’ve always been so kind to me Marivic,
I will never forget our times together.

Krisia Tekistekis-Oledan

September 6, 2020

Thank you so much Madam Caruncho for all you've done for us... I will never forget you...

Marilou Santisteban

September 5, 2020

Marivic, I will surely miss your vibrant smile, your zest for life, your love for music and dance and most of all your golden heart

Thank you very much for the opportunity you have extended to well deserving students, your love for family and friends. Your love for our hometown is immense. You have shown us what humanity is

Thank you very much for all the wonderful childhood and adulthood memories we have shared, it will be cherished forever

Rest In Peace Marivic as you have already provided the best love and care for your husband, your children, your grandchildren, your whole family and friends

Emilly Caruncho

September 5, 2020

I will miss you sister

Milagros De Leon Asuncion

September 4, 2020

Robin Rein

September 3, 2020

A beautiful soul, full of love and faith, ascended to heaven, away from us, but closer to God.

I hold wonderful memories of Victoria close to my heart - her spirit, style, passion, generosity, and love of family. She touched my life deeply in many ways, and I'll forever miss her.



Jeannie Raymundo

September 3, 2020

Our deepest condolences , Raymundo sisters
Rest in Peace in God’s loving arms ...

Lou Raymundo

September 3, 2020

Deepest Sympathy ❤️ Josie Evelyn Jeannie Lou Tel Cai Liz

Josie Raymundo

September 3, 2020

Deepest sympathy to Marivic’s husband Eric, Children & Siblings. Rest In Peace Marivic ❤️From Felixberto Raymundo’s Children


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