Juaquin Villegas Cordero, the uncle of deceased OFW Jazzer Cordero Abentong, thanked Filipinos in Thailand who helped them in this trying times.
“I am thankful to those who extended their help to Jazzer, both spiritually and financially. Without the collective effort of Filipinos in Thailand, his friends, employer, and those unknown people who sent different amounts in his account, I wouldn’t be able to bring his body back,” Cordero told Pinoy Legacy.
“The help from people was overwhelming. Thank you very much. I am also thankful to God because, despite the pain and difficulty, He didn’t leave us,” Corder added.
Juaquin and Jazzer’s remains flew back to Manila earlier today at 11:55 am via Thai Airways.
Jazzer taught at Phadungvit School in Lomsak, Petchabun. He died of severe pneumonia at Petchabun Hospital on March 4, 2019.
Watch Juaquin’s thank you below.
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