Make Cris Smile Again

Update posted by Laban Cris On Apr 28, 2019

Dear Friends,

It is with a heavy heart and deep sadness that we inform you of the passing of Maricris Mariñas Panopio known as Cris to many of us last April 20, Black Saturday. She went to be with the Lord after her she fought hard with her battle against chronic kidney disease and lupus, which eventually led to some complications in her other body organs. Her remains lie in state at the Room 206, Freesia Chapel of Sanctuarium, Araneta Avenue, Quezon City.

Tonight is the last night of her wake so for those who wish to pay their last respects may do so since tomorrow, April 29 is her interment

We apologize for this late notice especially to those who gave their time and resources to share this page and give any amount they could bless. It has also been a trying time for us her friends and family that it also took us a lot of courage and strength to even compose this post. All ask is for your understanding on this trying time.

The page is still up as we are still continuing to help raise funds for the family of Cris to pay for her medical bills. Their hospital bills reached a total of PhP 8M, but through your help and prayers, the remaining amount to be raised is around P5M. Donations are most welcome whichever mode is convenient for you, either through bank deposit in this account:

BPI Bank

Aguinaldo highway dasmarinas cavite branch

Acct name: Maria Avelina Marinas

Acct no. 0969040689

Or through online donations in the fund-raising page we have recently created for Cris, “Laban Cris: Make Cris Smile Again” campaign.

https://gogetfunding.com/make-cris-smile-again/

In behalf of the Mariñas and Panopio families, we thank you all for the love and prayers. Her family extends their utmost gratitude and appreciation for all the love, prayers and support. May bless you a hundredfold for your generosity!

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Update posted by Laban Cris On Apr 12, 2019

Cris underwent Tracheostomy on 5th April which was successful. Doctors have also started weaning her off the respirator. There are still some episodes of bleeding and sometime her memory is a bit foggy. We are seeing progress everyday...small steps...but still a reason to be grateful- thankful for the new hope.

We continue to appeal to your generosity. Thank you!

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My deepest condolences to Cris' family. RIP, Cris

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Sent $100 on behalf of Alvin (batch ’95 BS ABM) and Yenni Lao and their family. Eternal rest grant to Cris, O Lord. And let perpetual light shine upon her. May she rest in peace. Amen.

Josephine Litonjua

Posted On Apr 25, 2019

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Sending my prayers

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Backed with $100.00 On Apr 23, 2019

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I pray in the name of Jesus that Cris is now healed and restored (Isaiah 53:5) that Lupus is now defeated and need to bow down in the name of Jesus, the name above of names (Philippians 2:10). No such thing as impossible when you believe. Lets all believe that Cris is healed and made whole. God is good.

Hainee Bolton

Backed with $20.00 On Apr 16, 2019

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