Tito Buddy Obituary, Death – Yesterday saw the passing of my grandfather’s oldest surviving brother. Tito Buddy was an incredible nephew and uncle. When it came to gatherings with the family, he was kind and exuded positive energy. In addition to that, he was kind. When I asked him for his blue and green jacket as a joke one time, he just handed it over to me without any further discussion or clarification.
I lament the fact that I will never see him again because being in his presence made me feel content and secure.
I was able to tell from a distance that he was an outstanding educator. I was there when dad taught his first grandchild, my nephew Vince Duane Pascual, how to play chess when he was a very young child. dad did this by carefully explaining the rules of the game to him over and over again.
As of right now, Vince is one of the top chess players in the country at the Palarong Pambansa. Tito Buds fosters a safe and supportive learning atmosphere in which students are given the opportunity to investigate. All of his grandchildren are extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity to participate in meaningful intellectual exchanges with their grandfather.
In his memory, I will make it a point to continue working towards the goal of imparting knowledge to students in a manner that is reminiscent of the way he did it, namely, by encouraging them to feel comfortable venturing into their creative sides, encouraging them to learn from their errors, and letting them advance at their own rates. I would want to express my gratitude to tito Buddy for providing me with the opportunity to gain first-hand experience on what it means to provide young people with a supportive learning environment in which they are able to enjoy the experience of learning. I adore you, and I know that I will never stop missing you.