Cecilio
Cecilio Clamor Luneta, 70, passed away on February 24, 2020 with his family by his side in Torrance, California. He battled multiple ailments and on hemodialysis for 13 years. He was born on February 10, 1950 to Emeterio and Calixta Luneta in Bunga Tanza, Cavite, Philippines. He was the second of three brothers and a sister. Cecilio at a very young age started helping his parents in farming. He worked as a tricycle and jeepney driver while studying in High School. He took up Auto Mechanic in a Technical School in Quezon City, Philippines. Cecilio was a seafarer for 20 years and was able to put up his own retail store and apartment business. Cecilio was married for 40 years to his loving wife Marcelina. He was a supportive father to Cecilyn, Marceliah and Steve Leomar. A good father-in-law to Leo Rey. A proud grandfather to Mikaela Marielle, Caelen Albrecht and Leon Calyx. He loved his family and instilled in his children strong values that have served them well. Cecilio will be remembered as a man of courage, faithful, generous and selfless, he will be dearly missed and forever be in our hearts. A celebration of Cecilio’s life will be held at Lighthouse Memorials & Receptions- White & Day Center, 901 Torrance Blvd., Redondo Beach 90277. Viewing of the body will be available to the public from March 6-7, 2020 between the hours of 5 and 9 pm, with a funeral mass to be held on March 8, 2020 at 10 am. A private interment will take place on March 10, 2020 at Pacific Crest Cemetery.

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  1. Condolences and heaetfelt prayers from the Punongbayan family.

    Tito Cecilio was indeed a great man, not only to his family but also to everyone his family loves. I remember him volunteering to chaperone Cecilyn and us her friends during highschool and college days, patiently driving for us whenever we had those planned and spur-of-the-moment trips. He was quiet, but generous in giving life tips. He loved his family the same way his family loved him, and probably no words could express the emptiness of his passing. I join the family, friends and relatives, in deep prayers that they may be able to go through this difficult time. Tito Cecilio is now smiling from above, free of physical pain, joyful and at peace with Christ.

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