The Annual Honoring of Martyrs and Heroes 2010

Roy Acebedo’s family history was one of riches to rags. His father Norberto once owned a trucking business which folded ...
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The eldest of seven children, David was his parents’ pride and joy. He was smart and bright, and brought home ...
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William’s parents were Chinese who migrated to the Philippines in the early 1950s in search of better opportunities. They struggled ...
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Three sisters preceded Jesus, so that when his devoutly Catholic mother became pregnant again, she vowed that, if she had ...
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The young Arthur was a bright and diligent young boy. The young Arthur used his spare hours after school to ...
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In the 1960s, a red Jaguar would streak around Davao City, and all city residents knew the driver was that ...
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Salvador was a World War II veteran, soft-spoken, but unafraid to stand up for what he believed in. He was ...
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Alfredo was an articulate person. In school, he expressed himself well. He joined his school’s debating team and was a ...
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Armando was a student at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in Manila when the First Quarter Storm (FQS) broke ...
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Court employees remember Vicente Mirabueno, or Vic to his family, as someone who was humble and who bore “no airs.” ...
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Modesto’s father was a veteran of the Philippine-Japanese war, a soldier and a disciplinarian. He served as prison official after ...
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Rolan spent a simple and quiet childhood in Naujan, Oriental Mindoro. His parents were government employees and the siblings were ...
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