Amalia Fuentes Dies At 79

Amalia Fuentes Dies At 79

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Veteran actress, Amalia Fuentes passes away at 79 due to multiple organ failure, said her Nino Muhlach who is her nephew. According to an interview in DZMM with Muhlach, “Lagi siyang nagse-seizure kahit nasa ICU siya” and that Fuentes has been “bedridden for the past 4 years.”

Social media has been flowing with love for the actress as known showbiz personalities remember their memories with Fuentes. Albert Martinez took to Instagram to post a photo of him with Amalia, captioning it “Amalia Fuentes 1940-2019 Rest In Peace.”

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Amalia Fuentes 1940 – 2019 Rest In Peace

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Aga Muhlach, likewise posted on Instagram a young photo of the deceased with a heartfelt caption. “You started it all for us. You have taught me so much in life. You were an inspiration. You treated me like your son. I’m at a loss for words. Go rest now. I know for sure that you are the happiest right now for you are at peace and most specially, reunited with ate Liezl. My growing up years was spent with you, tita. All my weekends, summer vacations, our trips to Baguio, in tali, in the states. Lahat na… Huling paalam, tita. Rest In Peace. You are with our creator now. Rest in HIS embrace. My dad, my mom, you ( my 2nd mom, ate liezl who’s always been a sister to me. I miss you all. I will miss you all forever.”

“We have prayed for nothing but peace for her and now she can finally rest. Our family only asks that you respect our privacy during this time and join us in praying for her soul,” her family posted.

Arrangements regarding her wake are yet to be made public.

Photo Credit: Aga Muhlach Official Instagram

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