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St. Paul U Honors Service Awardees

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The Paulinian community recently honored the Service awardees, along with the celebration of the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul.

Employee Appreciation Day is an opportunity at St. Paul University to recognize hard work, loyalty, dedication, and contribution to the successes of the University.

Keynote message was given by St. Paul President Sr. Joseline Lasala, with a message on video from Sr. Lilia Therese Tolentino, provincial superior of the SPC Sisters in the Philippines.

In recognition of their years of dedicated service, St. Paul University recognized 25 of its personnel. For 30 years of service: Rolando Cornelia and Jerry Boy Dayucos. For 25 years: Maridel Boncales and Annabella Monte de Ramos. For 20 years: Jehsell Belista, Rochel Ignacio, Elenita Naquimen, Vanessa Pis-an, Leila Rabadon, and Orly Tayubal. For 15 years: Kenneth Paul Duran and Erven Noay. For 10 years: John Aldwin Abalos, Annie Cris Castro, Helen Cubalan, Josefino Larena Jr., Josef Emil Patrocinio, and Sr. Ellen Lorenzana.

During the Eucharistic celebration, the SPC Sisters community also launched the Christological theme: Jesus, Teacher and Prophet. (PR)

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