Son’s request could have saved bank manager’s life
By Romulo Ponte
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 00:19:00 05/29/2008
CALAMBA CITY – Six-year-old Robert Dominic L. Castro had asked his father not to report for work that fateful Friday morning so they could play computer games.
Roberto C. Castro, manager of the Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC) branch in Cabuyao town in Laguna, turned down his plea. Wearing a seldom used Pugad Lawin (Eagle’s Nest) pin in his polo shirt, he reminded his wife, Maria Fe, to prepare for a family outing in Tagaytay City the next day.
“Wow, your brand-new laptop looks perfect on you,” Maria Fe remarked when she saw him pick up his newly-bought laptop computer as he was about to leave. He just smiled, then proceeded to the garage. (The rest here.)
May 30, 2008
This really got to me today...
COULDN'T help but cry over this...what a waste...kawawa naman the families they left behind. Pls. pray for them.