Don Antonio Floirendo, Sr.


BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. Three generations celebrate the 93rd birthday of banana magnate Don Antonio Floirendo (seated with great grandson Jacobo Lagdameo on his knees): from left, Rep. Anton Lagdameo, Monica Floirendo,Vincent Floirendo, former Rep. Tonyboy Floirendo, Ricky Floirendo, wife Nenita, Maricris Floirendo, Marissa Floirendo, Margie Moran-Floirendo, and Dawn Zulueta-Lagdameo. BERT TOMAS

2 thoughts on “Don Antonio Floirendo, Sr.”

  1. Sir, thank u for tie up withe the ayala groups, now that Davao city has now the abreeza mall im happy to have here in bajada, more malls,more jobs and enjoy shopping… sure 2010


  2. Don Antonio Floirendo, I want to personally thank you for your character in helping people. I could not forget you when I accompanied my late father, Vicente A. Lopez, to see you personally in your Matina June subdivision home applying for a job as a Security guard in 1969 at the Land Transportation Office (Digos agency). I was then around 11 years old. My father has to ask your endorsement so he can bring his application and papers in Manila head office. With your endorsement and recommendation my father got the job as Security guard initially but later on promoted to Senior clerk. On a sad note, my father until now is missing when he took the M/V Cassandra ship from Nasipit, Agusan del Sur in Nov. 21, 1983. The ship capsized with more than 600 passengers missing with the tragedy. My father was one of the missing persons until todate. Thank you don Antonio for the gesture of helping our humble family. God bless you Sir!

    Very sincerely,

    Ulysses S. Lopez


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