OBITUARY

Edgardo Pacis Nera

March 31, 1951January 20, 2021

Edgardo Pacis Nera was born on March 31, 1951 and passed away on March 31, 1951 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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cecil mancebo

March 7, 2021

Ed, Orette, my sisters Sylvia and Ophie and I went to college at the University of the East. Orette and Sylvia were sorority sisters. Ed and Ophie knew each other back then. I knew Orette but didn't really know Ed. In 2013, the Amorantos took Sylvia and I to Oregon where Sylvia and Orette reunited after almost 40 years. That was the first time I actually met Ed. In college, I thought he was "suplado". Quite the opposite I learned -- he was friendly, funny, made us really comfortable, a real charmer and such a delightful human being. No wonder Orette fell for him! We will always have fond memories of Ed. May he rest in peace!

Luisa Amoranto

February 28, 2021



Joel and I are deeply saddened by the passing of a very friendly, jolly, caring and witty Ed. We met him through his friends from his college days and only saw him occasionally on our trips to Portland. However, he and Orette showed us genuine friendship and accommodated us like we have been their friends for a long time. We loved his stories.
May you rest in peace Ed! You will be remembered fondly. Our trip to Portland will never be the same without seeing you.
Our condolences Orette and family! God bless you! 🙏

Christine (Chunhee) Yim

January 29, 2021

Dear Lori,
I am so sorry about the loss of your husband, Ed. My name is Christine. I am a former coworker of Ed at Department of Revenue. Ed and I worked in the same unit and in the same office until he retired.
He was my favorite mentor and colleague of great wisdom, everlasting optimism and a BIG heart. His best advice that I still remember and cherish is, “Christine, don’t overwork. Save your energy for your family. They are much more important than the work here.”
He always brought so much light into the lives of those around him. He will be truly missed. My deepest condolences to you and your family in these difficult times.

My deepest sympathy,
Christine Yim