Karen Gregorio Maliwat

It is with deep sadness that I announce the passing of my dear sister, Karen, on November 10, 2016. Thank you to our family and friends who prayed with us and supported us all throughout her long battle with cancer. Her cremated remains will be brought back to the Philippines. Services will be held at Funeraria Paz, Manila Memorial Park in Sucat, Paranaque City. Details to be announced at a later date.

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  1. Christian Bautista

    Such a beautiful soul. Our hearts are sadden but we shall remember the light Karen brings. Rest in peace.

    Love Always,
    Noel, Sarah, Anne, Louie and Cecilia

  2. On behalf of the Delfino family, please accept our deepest condolences. She was so young but I’m sure our Lord has better plans for her in His Kingdom. May she rest eternally in His peace. Hugs to the family!

    Love from,
    Leng Delfino and the Delfino Family (Vic, Robert, Louanna, Ito, Mela, Ting, Paqui and Ernie).

  3. Sam & Sandra Santamaria

    Our deepest sympathy to our dear Tito Rey, Pinky, Christine, Tara and Juan Carlos in the passing of our Little One, Karen. May she rest in peace.

  4. Malyne F. Lorayes

    My sincere condolences to Tito Rey, Pinky & Christine. I will always be praying for all of you. I love you.

  5. Condolence mam Marcia and to the family.I will include you and your family in my prayer.May she rest in peace.

    • My heart goes out to you during this difficult time.

      Gone from our sight but never from our hearts.

      When someone you love becomes a memory , the memory becomes a treasure.

      Despite the loss of the physical presence of Ate Karen , we know that God has assigned her to watch over us throughout our life.

      A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts, through us they live on.

      I am honored and blessed to know ate Karen for few days.

      May your heart and soul find peace and comfort.

      No one can prepare for a loss, it comes like a swift wind. But take comfort in knowing that she is now resting in the arms of our Lord

  6. Our deepest condolences to Tito Rey,
    Pinky and Christine. Our thoughts and
    prayers are with you.
    Love you dearly,
    Cecile on behalf of the Almario family

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    Such a beautiful soul. Our hearts are saddened but we shall remember the light Karen brings. Rest in peace.

    Love Always,
    Noel, Sarah, Anne, Louie, Cecilia & Lola Gloria

  8. What an angel, that embodied such amazing qualities and by example, taught so many of us about kindness, compassion, determination , inner strength and resilience, and most importantly- unwavering faith!
    Karen is a beacon of light that shall occupy our hearts forever! We miss you immensely!
    Rest In Peace!

  9. My sympathies to you Titine and the whole family. May Karen rest in peace. Sending you all love and prayers ❤️

    Eileen xxx

  10. I will deeply miss Karen, she was so special. One of the most beautiful souls I’ve ever known. I feel fortunate to have met her, hugged her, and laughed with her. There’s another angel in the clouds.

  11. Cory P. Mirabueno

    Dear Christine and Pinky,
    I’m deeply saddened by the passing of Karen, after a brave battle with cancer. Thank you for sharing with us the the inspiration you received from her exemplary witness. I pray for Karen everyday, both in her illness, and now in her passing. I had wished I could be with you just to hold your hand during this most difficult time. Praying for you and your Dad, Tito Rey, that your memories of Karen will give you strength, consolation, and peace always. Tight hugs to each of you. Love, Cory

  12. So very sad to hear about Karen’s passing. She was such a sweet soul. Sending prayers to her family and friends

  13. Christina Andersson

    I had met Karen out of happenstance while I was working one day. Having returned from a leave due to cancer treatment myself, I don’t believe that it was pure coincidence that our paths had aligned when it did. We started conversing about the common denominators about our experience whilst going from extreme jovial content to extremely deep content as well, all within an hour. From that moment on I had accrued such a beautiful, extremely generous, beautifully well written, worldly, gorgeous, wise and hopeful friend. A few months ago we had enjoyed a dinner to catch up and during that time, I was going through a follow-up involving a week worth of scans. To state that I was nervous is an understatement but Karen, being all the selfless soul that she was, had allowed such a fun and extremely beautiful afternoon to distract from what was going on; it is a day that I think upon constantly.
    I only knew Karen for just shy of two years. However, the graciousness I have for such brevity is impalpable to do justice in words. I find myself reading over the months of texts and tear up at how graceful, how contagiously positive, how funny and how amazing she was throughout all of this. Pinky and Christine, all of my love to you. I am extremely grateful to hear of the love she had for you throughout my friendship with Karen; I feel extremely grateful for Karen to consider me a friend. She will be missed so, so, so much, but I know that she is happy, healthy, and free.

    All my heart and prayers to you…

  14. Frank G. Villanueva

    Although I have not met Karen, she has been a constant friend like her sisters Christine and Marcia to me. Karen’s passing on brings sadness, but we know that she is now at Peace with God. May her life remind us that we are all part of the same Spirit and that we will be returning to the Source, our true Home. Deepest condolence to the Gregorio-Maliwat Family.

  15. My deepest sympathy to your family, Pinky. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

    Sincerely,
    Yoly Chin and Family

  16. Our thoughts and prayers are with Karen and the loving family she left behind. As she is laid in her final resting place today, may eternal peace be hers.

    Leo, Terry, & Sasha Bautista

  17. Our thoughts and prayers are with Karen and the loving family she left behind. As she is laid in her final resting place today, may eternal peace and joy be hers.

    Leo, Terry, & Sasha Bautista

  18. SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, I HOPE YOUR FAMILY CAN FIND SOME COMFORT FOR YOUR HEARTS AS TIMES PASSES, REVELATION 21:3,4 JEHOVAH GOD PROMISES A DAY WHEN DEATH PAIN, AND SORROW WILL BE NO MORE. A SURE HOPE FOR THEFUTURE. MUCH SYMPATHY TO YOUR FAMILY. YOLANDA

  19. Margaret Reyes Penaranda

    Condolence to the family of Karen
    and my prayers for all of you. This is too late and I regret not doing this earlier.
    I was just searching this morning in FB for classmates back in high school and college days to reconnect again when I saw this article of her. I was not even sure if it was her until I saw her picture and her middle name (a shoe business).
    Honestly, how I wished I have been in touch earlier.

  20. I apologise for the delayed condolences to Karen’s family, I only learned of her passing today from Connie Francisco.
    Goodbye Karen!

  21. Joji Ravina-Lourence

    So sorry to hear about your loss. I only learned of her demise today through our Jopays 77 Facebook group page. My deepest condolences.
    Karen reached out to me in 2012 after we had lost touch from our high school days. She confided with me about her cancer and I hoped that we could get together in one of my trips to the USA. 🙁 After two or three phone calls, she vanished again. I tried to email, call, Viber, Skype, hoping to hear from her again.
    Paalam, Karen… Thank you for your thoughtfulness. I heeded your advice about the screening test. I know you are in peace now. Till we meet again! <3

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