Loise Dela Cruz was a beloved daughter, sister, friend and classmate to many. She was selfless, generous and very kind. She was the epitome of self discipline and motivation when she shocked her network with her amazing weight loss... She was the kind of person who thought about others first, herself last, like she was too afraid to take up space and to be seen, heard or be the priority. This was why she kept her illness a well-guarded secret until the end even to her closest friends.
Loise was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017. She finished her chemotherapy and radiation treatments last year, but this year she found herself back at the hospital for severe asthma. She was was diagnosed with bilateral pneumonia in April 2020 though she tested negative several times from COVID-19. In the last days of her life, she was forced to be alone at the hospital due to the current pandemic, but her family had the opportunity to be with her before she joined Our Creator on May 11 at 10:39 AM Philippine time.
Due to her cancer treatment, Loise and her family found themselves in a deep financial bind, with her medical and life insurance only covering a certain amount. Even when things were tight for them, Loise still did not want to trouble her friends and those who may have wanted to help her. With this in mind, we are asking your generous hearts to spare a few dollars and pesos for her bother her remaining medical and funeral expenses. She has over 1 Million Pesos of bill and they need money for her cremation and burial. All proceeds will be sent to Loise's family.
Please include the Dela Cruz family in your thoughts and prayers. There are several ways to help the family financially and below are the options other than this website. Let us all help her family in any way we can.
- Philippines - Auroralyn Tamayo - BDO: 005800083127 or GCASH: 639178800880
- US - Regina Jordan - Venmo: ReginaTheresa-Jordan OR Zelle: [email protected]
- Canada - Emman Rivera - Royal Bank of Canada:06352-5138052 OR Interac/e-transfers: [email protected]
GOD BLESS EVERYONE!!! Until we meet again, Loise!