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  1. 2 Cor. 1:3: “He is the God of all comfort.” May the Lord’s precious promises bring you strength for today and hope for tomorrow. Bert, you will surely be missed. I thank the Lord for allowing our paths to cross. Thanks for your friendship, your guidance, and your kindness.

  2. May the light of God’s love lead you through your sorrow. Psalm 55:22 “Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and He shall sustain thee.”

  3. May God bring you peace and comfort, and may your faith sustain you in this time of loss.

  4. While we are mourning the loss of Tito Bert, others are rejoicing to meet him up there. Out there, there is someone who needs Tito Bert more than us. He will be looking upon us always. May God bless your family and endow each one with His love and care.

  5. I lived with my Uncle Bert, together with my sister Clarisse during our grade school yrs. He treated us like we were his kids. I loved the times when he would take me to the supermarket and he would then let me get anything I wanted. We would fill the refrigerator with juices, my favorite Magnolia Chocolait and cookies. He took us to places like the Luneta, Covelandia, Angeles, the place where you can only buy imported goodies before, and a lot of times to Pangasinan to visit my Lolo and Lola. I would never forget the happy times and the crying times I had with him as well. Thank you for the love, Tito Bert. The goodness and the special treatment you gave me will always stay in my heart. Words are not enough to express how much I loved you. Rest now, Tito Bert. I will forever be your ‘ampon’.

  6. During my summer vacations in Pangasinan, in my younger years, my Lola and I usually cleaned and put to order the old stuff – clothes, books, pictures, and even autograph books, as it was popularly referred to. There I noticed, and asked my Lola why was it that among her five children, Tito Bert was the only one who did not have a graduation picture in College…my Lola answered…’para hindi na daw dadagdag sa gastos.’ He didn’t want to put more burden to my Lola’s expenses. That was how considerate he was. So kind hearted, showed concern to people, and wanted to help everyone around him in his own way…

  7. “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven: a time to be born and a time to die, a time to plant and a time to uproot, a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance…” (Ecclesiastes) Here’s believing that where you are right now there is no longer weeping and mourning, but only laughter and dancing. We’ll miss you. And when you see Papa there, ask him to teach you the laughter and the dance that only those privileged to be in heaven know. Whisper to him as well that I sorely miss him.

  8. Tito Bert was more than an uncle. He was my parent here in the States, he was my friend. Through all of my life’s ups and downs, he was there for me, and for my kids- very loving, sincerely generous, practically selfless.Thank you, Tito Bert, for sharing your life with us. You are truly missed, but I know that you are in a much better place now. Be at peace. We love you.

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