Monday, July 13, 2009

Godofredo I Javier Drops Working Tools: 3 July 2009

"We remember a loving son, husband, father, uncle and friend who put others ahead of himself.

We celebrate a life lived to the fullest, brimming with hope and a desire to share his blessings.

We commemorate the joy that he brought and and the happiness that people derived from being in his presence.

We cherish the wisdom that he imparted upon those who sought his counsel.

We honour his memory and know that he will be greatly missed and that life will never be the same without him.

Most of all, inspite of our grief, we who have been left behind humbly accept God's plan and rest in the knowledge that Freddie accomplished his earthly mission.

He touched our lives; and he will forever dwell in our hearts and minds."

Haydee, Katrina and Jonathan Javier

and the countless relatives and friends of

Godofredo "Freddie" I Javier

"The virtuous man, though he dies before his time, will find rest.
Length of days is not what makes age honourable,
nor number of years the true measure of life;
understanding, this man's grey hairs,
untarnished life, this is ripe old age."

A Reading from the Book of Wisdom [4:7]

Mary Immaculate Parish Church, Quakers Hill cnr Barnier Drive and Farnham Road. Saturday, 11th of July 2009 - 9:30 AM Requiem Mass

Interment followed at Pine Grove Memorial Park, Great Western Highway, Eastern Creek [NSW Australia].
Bro Freddie Javier, although not an active attendee of Lodge meetings here in Australia, is a member of Pintong Bato Lodge No 51 of Bacoor, Cavite. He came from a long line of Masons, and most likely a distant relative of WBro Calixto S Javier [c1919, PM 1947], one of the earliest members of Pintong Bato No 51. His life is one that Masons of all clime can be truly proud of.

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