It is with deep sorrow that we mourn the passing of Philip Sayo Vicente. He is the eldest son of the late Serafin and Juana Rosal Vicente and the brother to nine siblings. Philip is survived by his devoted wife Rosalinda R. Vicente, his three daughters, Russel Vicente, Rossan V. Chua and Rosafel Vicente-Hipol, his grandchildren, and his son-in-laws. He is greatly loved by his family, relatives, and friends from all over the world.
Philip was a kind hearted and generous man who adores his family. He is most generous with his grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. He never forgets to give them gifts during birthdays and holidays. He enjoys family gatherings. He likes to watch basketball, football, and boxing. His passion for sports shows by always wearing his favorite sports team outfits along with his collection of hats and a pair of Jordan’s footwear. He is remembered as someone who enjoys listening to the BeeGees, John Denver, James Taylor, to name a few. He has a great love for Filipino/Ilocano music.
In his daughters' eyes, he was a fighter who fought and survived many obstacles in the 71 years of his life. During his last moments of battling Covid, he fought until the end with a strong heart! He will always be remembered by the family as their Papa, Grandpa, Uncle Philip, and Manong Jesus (Hesus).
He will be tremendously missed forever.
His family would like to sincerely Thank everyone for their thoughts, prayers, and support during this difficult time.
Food and refreshments will be provided outdoors. No food allowed inside the chapel.
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