Monday, June 6, 2011

Columban Lay Missionaries in Orientation, PH20

30 years old MONALIZA “Mona” ESTEBAN, of Loakan, Baguio City, is the 3rd of 7 children. She is a teacher by profession, and so are her mother and two sisters. She is a graduate of the Mother of Life (MOL). She believes that it was in Mother of Life where her faith was really developed. Some of her closest friends are from MOL. Mountain climbing and watching adventure movies are some of her hobbies. Her co-workers find her organized in her work and always willing to learn.  She came to Lay Mission from working as a classroom teacher in Sto. Rosario Sapang College, Bulacan.

25 years old MARJORIE “Marjo” ENGCOY, of Ozamiz City is the eldest of three daughters. She loves to sing, play the guitar and write prose and poetry. Her friends describe her as strong, flexible and always ready to lend a hand. Her family is active in Church work.  Her father and sisters are members of the parish choir and her mother is a Gagmay'ng Simbahanong Katilingban (GSK) leader. She came to the Columban Lay Mission from working as an English teacher in Immaculate Conception College – La Salle, Ozamiz City.

39 years old LIEZL “Liza” LADARAN, originally of Bayugan City, Agusan Sur, is the 5th of 7 children.  She studied accountancy in college and worked with a food company in Cagayan de Oro City prior to joining the CLM.  Her ability to easily make friends is her best asset that adapting to a new environment comes naturally for her.  Her family describes her as godly, simple, and kind, among others.  Liza wants to become a missionary because she wants to share her faith and her God to others. 

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