Maria Salvacion Lauron

Born: Liki, Sogod, Cebu Island on 04 April 1946

Passed away: Cebu City on 25 May 2017

Aged: 71 years

Funeral Date: 31 May 2017

Service Details

A private ceremony for the immediate family, and closest friends.

Funeral Company

Mabolo Church

The Story

Maria Salvacion Lauron was born April 4, 1946, in Liki, Sogod Philippines, on the island of Cebu. She was one of eight children born to Julieta and Benko Lauron. Maria grew up on her families farm. Maria is survived by her daughter Marilou Lauron Thompson, of Alta Loma, California and sons Emmanuel L. Fuertes and Edwin L. Fuertes, both of Cebu City, sister Julie Bani, son-in-law Don Thompson, grandchildren Lauron M. Thompson and Donald Thompson II, along with numerous nieces and nephews. Maria loved to cook, and was known for her pork adobo, pancit and menudo dishes. She loved to eat lechon baboy and pancit canton, from Snow Sheen Restaurant in Cebu City. Her favorite actress was Vilma Santos and favorite singer was Sharon Cuneta. Maria will be missed, but never forgotten. God bless you and rest in peace!
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My mom is beautiful, intelligent, kind, genuine, strong-willed, and strong. She's easy to talk to, she is supportive of my goals, and she shares the same cravings for ice cream & desserts like I do. I cannot imagine my life without my mother just the way she is, and for that, I have you to thank. Thank you for raising her. Thank you for teaching her the value of hard work and what it means to sacrifice for your family. You are forever in our hearts.


Lauron Thompson


Dear Marilou, this must be such a difficult time. Mothers are there from the very beginning and the very first person any of us know. You've lived here longer than you did at home, but those childhood memories are always the brightest. Hold them close and tell your kids about those things. Keep the happy memories closest to your heart and let them push aside the pain.

Our deepest sympathies and condolences.

Pete and Liz and the kids.

Peter Thompson


"If Roses Grow In Heaven"
If roses grow in Heaven
Lord, please pick a bunch for me,
place them in my Mother's arms
and tell her they're from me.
Tell her that I love her and miss her,
and when she turns to smile,
place a kiss upon her cheek
and hold her for awhile.
Because remembering her is easy,
I do it every day.
But ther's an ache within my
heart that will never go away!
Author- Kirsten Preus

Your loving daughter Marilou

Don Thompson