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IGNACIO (NADJI / NONOY) IBAYA DAYAP Born on October 23, 1946 in Calape, Bohol Philippines Raised in Botolan, Zambales Philippines Resided in Torrance, California since October 12, 2012 He lost his one & a half month battle with Stage 4 Lung Cancer on September 18, 2014 as he died peacefully in his sleep at home surrounded by his loved ones. He now joins his Creator, his deceased parents, Sebastian Domacena Dayap & Gavina Salamanes Ibaya, and brothers, Benito & Enrique. He is survived by his wife, Eureka (Rikka) Villanueva Dayap, only daughter, Djinamarie Charisma (Djinka) Dayap-Casiles, son-in-law, Leo Antonio (Tony) Casiles, granddaughters, Lea Charyzma Anne (Chale) & Camille Angeline Casiles, sister, Natividad Dayap, brother, Necias Dayap, and sister-in-law, Margarita G. Dayap. His family, relatives & friends request the pious readers to pray for the eternal repose of his soul.

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  1. Lolo, we will miss your infectious smile and your love of life, family and faith. Rest in peace in our dear Lord’s warm embrace and safe arms. Love you. From Tisha, Miguel, and your other “apos” Sito, Shantel, Shaelene, Sean and Savion. RIP

  2. Lolo, we will miss your infectious smile and your love of life, family and faith. Rest in peace in our dear Lord’s warm embrace and safe arms. Love you. From Tisha, Miguel, and your other “apos” Sito, Shantel, Shaelene, Sean and Savion. RIP

  3. May the perpetual light shine upon you Uncle Nonoy. I know you are at peace now with the Lord. RIP Uncle Nonoy.
    Girlie and family

  4. My sincerest condolences for the passing of Nadji. I knew Nadji from my college days at the University of Santo Tomas. I joined the Judo Club and he was the President of the Club then. I have watched so many of his football games too. The last time I saw him was when I think, he migrated to Canada. He was a ‘beautiful’ man and I miss him. My thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. May he Rest In Peace.

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