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HomePRESS RELEASEIn full. First private cemetery in Sagay opens

In full. First private cemetery in Sagay opens

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It was the dream of former Negros Occidental Governor Alfredo Marañon, Jr. to have a private cemetery in Sagay City and recently, his wish was finally fulfilled with the opening of the Heavenly Hills Memorial Park, a joint venture of the LS PRAMMANI Realty and Development Corporation and the Marañon family of the Heavenly Hills Corporation last Tuesday.

Dra. Marilyn Marañon, the former governor’s widow, led the ceremonial soft opening of the 2.5 hectares park in Sagay City along with Emilia Abelido, the matriarch of the Abelido clan that owns LS PRAMMANI.

“This is the legacy of my late husband,” Maranon said, adding that they are happy to have found a developer in LS PRAMMANI to finally realize the late governor’s wishes.

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The Marañon and Abelido family during the soft opening of the Heavenly Hills Memorial Park, the first private cemetery in Sagay City. Seated L-R: Emilia Abelido and Dr. Marilyn Marañon. Standing L-R: Niko Abelido, Lulu Abelido, Gen Sasuman, Michelle Abelido, Iday Valderrama, Joy Perez and Verlyn Perez.
The Marañon and Abelido family during the soft opening of the Heavenly Hills Memorial Park, the first private cemetery in Sagay City. Seated L-R: Emilia Abelido and Dr. Marilyn Marañon. Standing L-R: Niko Abelido, Lulu Abelido, Gen Sasuman, Michelle Abelido, Iday Valderrama, Joy Perez and Verlyn Perez.

Niko Abelido who spoke in behalf of the developers said this project establishes three things, “a wish fulfilled, the building of a legacy, and creating hope for the future.”

“This park is a joint venture between two families whose visions aligned at the right time. It was the late Governor Marañon’s wish that a privately owned memorial park in Sagay city be put up. Around the same time, our own family’s realty corporation was being created with the vision of giving Negrense families opportunities and access to better real estate products and services,” Abelido said.

He added that through this joint venture, “we hope to not only build a better place to remember our loved ones, but to also stir up the socio-economic activity in this growing city.”

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