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GenSan journalists offer tribute to veteran mediaman Alfredo “Manong Boy” Nalugon, Sr. (August 16, 1943––January 25, 2021)

GENERAL SANTOS CITY, Philippines –– Broadcast and print journalists here offered a “tribute night” for Alfredo “Boy” Nalugon, Sr., a veteran broadcast journalist who died of illness at the age of 78 (August 16, 1943––January 25, 2021).

Officers and members of the PRO–12 PNP Press Corps, headed by Isagani “Atoy” Palma, together with other “friends” from the media industry, converged at the Lenijan Funeral Homes in this city to give their “last goodbyes” to Nalugon, popularly known as “Manong Boy” in the media circle here.

The SOCSARGEN Press Club, headed by Joseph Jubelag, and other media organizations based in Central Mindanao also extended its deepest sympathy and condolences to Nalugon’s family.

They were all profoundly saddened by the death of Nalugon, who they described “a good fellow.” 

His family said Manong Boy finally rested at the Matinao cemetery in Barangay Silway 8 this city. 

The DIYARYO MILENYO is also extending its sincere condolences to the family. (RASHID RH. BAJO/Photo credit to PRO–12 PNP Press Corps)

DIYARYO MILENYO is a free and independent online media outfit that publishes events happening in the local communities and current issues that matter to the public with local, national and global implications. DIYARYO MILENYO is composed of volunteer journalists and community writers scattered in various parts of the Philippines. They report the news right and where it happens. It adheres to the standards and ethics of journalism. It imposes strict rules against attacking someone. Strictly adhering to publish good news only.

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