OBITUARY

Mila de Luna Madlangbayan

February 5, 1942October 13, 2020

Mila de Rosas de Luna was born in Catanauan in the province of Quezon on February 5, 1942 the daughter of Fructuso and Magdalena de Luna. She attended Catanauan Southern Luzon high school and Feati University in Manila and majored in Business Administration. After graduation she met a young Navy private named Bernardo Madlangbayan. They married on September 20, 1964 and had four children, Bermildo, Benrus, Bernadette and Brian. The family lived briefly in Maryland before moving to Southern California and settling in Oceanside California. Mila spent her entire career in the sports apparel and equipment industry retiring from Taylor Made Golf in 2005. She was an avid gardener, a devout Catholic, a skilled cook and loved spending time with her grandchildren. She is survived by her husband Bernardo, her 4 kids and 10 grandchildren.

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Brad Seiple

October 26, 2020

I have far too many wonderful memories of Mrs. Madlangbayan to share a single experience. She was one of the most kind and generous people I’ve known in my life, and made me feel welcome at their home whenever I was there ( which was often!). I learned to love Filipino food and loved to watch the interactions of the Madlangbayan family with their extended family at the many social gatherings they hosted and I was invited to (or did I crash?). Though it’s been many years since I last saw her, I know that she will truly be missed by those that were lucky enough to know her.

Jing Redfern

October 19, 2020

To dear Berna and your entire tribe. May God grant you peace…peace that transcends the weight of your grief. Dedicate the rest of your earthly days in the same generous spirit Tita Mila lived: 100% committed to family, with amazing grace, humility, bottomless unconditional love—and continued expressions in your mom’s favorite love language—feeding all with whom she encountered. Just like you already do—keep it going. RIP Tita Mila.
God bless you all.
xoxo Jing Redfern and family

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