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DepEd revised targets, classroom constructions still ongoing

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Groom, son among dead in Iloilo-Guimaras Strait tragedy

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Aug. 05, 19 | 11:13 am

A soon-to-be groom who went to Guimaras to formally ask the hand of his future bride will no longer get the chance to say “I Do”.

Romeo Baguio Jr. was among those who died in the sea tragedy in Iloilo-Guimaras Strait that claimed the lives of at least 27 people.

He was with his soon-to-be wife, Maria Nieves Grandeza, and their son.

Maria survived the incident but their son, Jay Arvien, didn’t make it.

News of their passing has broke the hearts of their relatives awaiting for their return in Barangay Ermita, Cebu City.

Among those who were declared dead in the tragic sea incident, meanwhile, include Angelina Baguio, Romnel Baguio, Dannylyn Alima Baguio, Dannelle Alima Baguio, and Bernardo Janson.

Wife of Bernardo Janson

Two are still missing as of this writing. They were Romeo Baguio Sr. and Jared Janson.

Ermita Barangay Captain Mark Miral has sought the help of Cebu City Mayor Edgardo Labella on behalf of the grieving relatives so they may able to bring home the bodies of the deceased.

Brgy. Ermita Chairmain Mark Rizaldy Miral

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