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Jomar Ang, 26, passes away

Jomar Ang (October 9, 1993-April 11, 2020) passed away peacefully last Saturday.

He was 26 years old.

His parents Ramon and Tessie released a statement on their son’s passing on CNN Philippines.

“Our beloved son, Jomar, passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 11, 2020. It has been a painful experience, but we have been comforted by the expression of love and sympathy sent to us in so many ways.

“We appreciate all the kind thoughts and prayers. Thank you for being with us during this difficult time.

“While we know that many of you who kept him in your thoughts would have wanted to attend his funeral, we decided it was best to have a private service to celebrate his life on Easter Sunday.

“Jomar was a dutiful, loving, and kind-hearted son, brother, and a loyal and dedicated friend to many. He was a source of great joy to us and we are truly blessed to have had his love and presence in our lives. We know in our hearts that he is in a much better place now.”

Jomar had been confined in St. Lukes Medical Center since January 11, 2020.

Jomar was a sports enthusiast all throughout his life.

During his time at the Ateneo de Manila University, he was part of the school’s judo team.

At the same time, Jomar went into pro karting. Together with his brother Jacob, they won the overall Asian Karting Championship crowns in the Formula 125 Seniors Open and x30 SR divisions.

Besides these, Jomar wanted to fund a professional esports team.

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He was also the CFO of RSA Motors.

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