In Memoriam - Dr. Cleofe M. Bacuñgan

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  • 21 Apr 2014 11:28 AM
    Message # 1541124
    Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Our beloved  former PSHS Director, Dr. Cleofe M. Bacuñgan passed away April 20, 2014. Wake will be at the Bacuñgan Hall (ASTB) at the PSHS, Agham Rd., QC, starting at 1pm today, April 21 up to April 25 6am. Funeral will be on April 25, after the 8am mass, at the Church of the Risen Lord at the UP campus, at Loyola Marikina.

    You can post your messages here. We'll compile and convey these to her family.
    Last modified: 21 Apr 2014 11:48 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
  • 21 Apr 2014 12:07 PM
    Reply # 1541131 on 1541124
    Cynthia V. Verzosa
    Dr Bacuñgan helped shape the lives of thousands of Pisay graduates. Her dedication to her work and to the school will always be remembered. 

    Our condolences to her bereaved family. She sure picked a wonderful time to claim Jesus' promise of an eternal life when she left us on Easter morning.

    You will be missed, Dr Bacuñgan.
  • 21 Apr 2014 1:40 PM
    Reply # 1541144 on 1541124

    We will always be thankful for Dra. Bacuñgan’s  devotion to PSHS, serving as its director for almost 2 decades.   Even in her retirement, she continued to be active in the PSHS Foundation, serving as an inspiration to the community of alumni and parents to continue to support PSHS.  

    I recall when we visited her a few years back, how she still remembered what batch we were (30+ years after we graduated) and even had a few anecdotes to share from our high school days.  That is Dra. Bacungan, she may have always projected a disciplinarian image, but she was also very much a caring administrator.

    To the Bacuñgan family, please accept my most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. 

  • 21 Apr 2014 4:07 PM
    Reply # 1541165 on 1541124
    Liz Villanueva-Bengzon
    We appreciate, and will always be grateful, for Dra. Bacungan's significant role in our lives as PSHS students.  Our prayers for her, and for her family. 
  • 21 Apr 2014 5:03 PM
    Reply # 1541169 on 1541124
    Vena Pearl Bongolan

    Fond remembrance of Dra. Bacungan, a Ph.D. in PHYSICS (yes, physics), and fondly remembered, in turn, by her high school teacher, my uncle, Pedro Borgona of Abra. 

    To her family: Dios ti mangliw-liwa, apo. 
  • 21 Apr 2014 5:49 PM
    Reply # 1541179 on 1541124
    Robert Z. Cortes
    An institution of PSHS has passed away physically but her legacy will continue to live on through the lives of those she touched with her noble life - and such we are. Perfectly applicable to Dra Bacs is the ode Horace wrote more than 2 millenia ago:  I have built a monument more lasting than bronze and higher than the royal peaks of pyramids, which neither the rain can corrode nor the powerless South Wind, the innumerable succession of years, and the flight of time destroy. I will not wholly die...and a great part of me will resist the powers of Hades. We represent those monuments now, batchmates of '84 and fellow Pisay alums who were touched by Dragon Bacs - let's make Dra Bacs even more proud than she already is with us!
  • 21 Apr 2014 6:11 PM
    Reply # 1541182 on 1541124
    Maria Corazon A. De Ungria
    Thank you to Dra Bacungan. Pisay students are very fortunate to have teachers and administrators who instill in us the love for science, and the example of service through one's given profession. It is a pity that we could not celebrate the 50th anniversary with Dra Bacungan but she will continue to watch over us and guide us, as we try to put science at the service of society. Maraming salamat po.
  • 22 Apr 2014 4:31 PM
    Reply # 1541721 on 1541124
    Chit Capitan-Andoy
    Thank you Dra. Bacungan for leaving a legacy to PSHS as a Director. I still remember you staying in the Girls
    Dorm during our days.
    You will always be an inspiration to all
    of us. May you have eternal rest.

    To the Bacungan family,
    our deepest condolences.
  • 22 Apr 2014 5:13 PM
    Reply # 1541727 on 1541124
    Jacob Tamano

    Thank you ma'am. You will always be remembered...

    My heartfelt sympathies to family and friends.

  • 22 Apr 2014 5:36 PM
    Reply # 1541733 on 1541124
    Mian Alentajan - PSHS '88
    Thank you Dr. Bacungan for your guidance and love for PSHS.  You will always be remembered for your compassion,  guidance and support to the school and the students.  May you continue to watch over the students of PSHS.  Again, our many thanks to you.  May eternal rest be granted unto you.
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