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February 24, 2013
We are so sorry for the passing of your husband and father. We had the priviledge of serving with him in the Manila Philippines Temple in 1984-87. What blessing he and Luz were to us as we opened that new temple with only about thirty members who had received their endowments in the temple. Because Bien and Luz had been married in the Hawaii Temple they were such a help to us. Luz served as our clothing supervisor and Bien served as an ordinance worker. We couldn't have done it without them. We remember Bien giving the talk at the first lighting ceremony for the temple because he was a Regional Representative at the time. We love you Luz and wish the very best to you.
You are great.

Garth and Eloise Andrus
February 24, 2013
Sister Flores and Family,
Honoring your family...Bien's memories and sharing in your sorrow.
William and Angele Hernaez
February 24, 2013
Dear Ate Luz and Kiddies,
I was deeply saddened by the death of Kuya Bien. This of course must be very difficult for all of you. You are in my thoughts and my prayers.
Kuya Bien was such a kind person, who I will greatly miss. I will always remember his helpful advice to me before I serve my mission, after I served my mission, he was the first person I informed when I received my proposal for marriage and the one who encourage me to accept the proposal if I feel that Murray meet the 4 essential ingredients so to speak for marriage, and if he does and I prayed about it and receive the answer then I should do so regardless of whatever other reasons there might be.
I remember my trip to Utah last November 2012 when I dropped Joseph off for mission. I had a long conversation with him on 2 occasions and on this second occasion I felt that he gave me a blessing even though he did not put his hand on my head because he was in the hospital at the time. It was the most memorable time I had spent with him. He is not real brother to me but I felt that he was, he is not my father but as if he was. His advised and blessings to me will remain with me for as long as I live.
Kuya Bien has passed on to a better place now. You can take comfort and strength from the wonderful family you and he had together. I know his love will get you through this sad time. I am only a phone call and or email away.
May God bless you and your family during this time and always.

Love Always,
Wheng
XXXOOO
February 23, 2013
Good evening Luz. Condolence classmate! kumusta kana?
Maximiano Florendo
QCHS'70
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