In Tagalog, the most widely spoken dialect of the Philippines, “LOLO” means “grandfather.” Filipinos are a proud and warm people from small islands and live all over the globe. We are grateful for our family ties and the connection to our community. We wouldn’t be here today if it weren’t for the contributions and sacrifices made by our ancestors, and we have a strong understanding and appreciation of the foundation and values instilled in us by our Lolos and Lolas. We were raised on love and hard work and love to share and celebrate our culture with you.
Remembering Lolo Paul, Lolo Carlo & Lolo Alex.