- Former Environment Secretary Gina Lopez has passed away at the age of 65
- Many celebrities have paid tribute to the ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. long-time chairperson
- Charo Santos, Kim Atienza, Karen Davila, and other TV personalities have shared a post about Gina
Environmentalist and former Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Gina Lopez has passed away at the age of 65 on August 19, Monday.
KAMI learned that many local celebrities have paid tribute to the late ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. chairperson.
In a report by ABS-CBN News, Charo Santos-Concio has shared how she will remember her friend, Gina.
“This is how I will remember my dear friend, Gina... always so passionate,” Santos-Concio shared on Instagram.
Singer Ogie Alcasid extended his gratitude to Gina who was able to help many Filipinos and gave value to the environment.
TV host and reporter Karen Davila said that Gina had a “life well lived.”
Food blogger Erwan Heussaf shared his fondest memory of Gina when they went to Tawi-Tawi for a project.
“Mother Nature personified, Gina leaves behind a legacy that we should all be inspired by, urging us to become better and help out, in whatever little ways we can, to improve the lives of everyone in our country,” he wrote on Instagram.
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Here are the other celebrities who paid homage to the late Gina Lopez:
Juan Miguel Severo
In a previous report by KAMI, Regina “Gina” Paz Lopez has passed away after suffering from brain cancer and multiple organ failure.
Aside from being appointed as the DENR secretary by President Rodrigo Duterte, Gina also founded the Bantay Bata 163.
She was also known for her efforts to rehabilitate the Pasig River and La Mesa Watershed.
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