Roy reaches out to mom, siblings ...

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too late to start all over again. Let us all stop these. Let us sit down and talk like what our parents taught us to do dur­ing dis­agree­ment, he added.

We just wanted to rec­tify what we saw was wrong be­fore. We can con­tinue what we have started but it is not worth it. We are not get­ting any younger es­pe­cially our beloved mother and whether we like it or not, we will have to cross this lifetime, Roy added.

“The lives of our em­ploy­ees, re­la­tion­ships of our children and grand­chil­dren and for the next gen­er­a­tions to come are at stake. And I can­not in my con­science al­low this to go on. Some of you may think that I am say­ing this be­cause we are no longer in physical pos­ses­sion of our ter­mi­nals and Man­silin­gan office. Some might say what we lost to­day, we can re­cover to­mor­row. But I choose not to pro­long the pub­lic stag­ing of our fam­ily feud and to leave these is­sues un­re­solved. As what our later father, Dr. Ri­cardo Yan­son said, “In unity there is strength”. So once again I am reach­ing out to my mom and to all my siblings. Let us all sit down and sit aside our per­sonal is­sues.

I want peace, I know, we all want peace. Let peace be in our hearts. Let us stop point­ing fin­gers. Let us be a fam­ily again and our dad and mom will be proud of,” Roy said.

He asked and ex­cused not to en­ter­tain me­dia ques­tions af­ter he is­sued the state­ment.*

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