May anak na bayani! Pagbilao proud of its native son who fought terrorists in Marawi
The municipality of Pagbilao paid tribute to the heroic deeds of one of its sons, John Mark Glodoviza, who was one of the state troopers who fought off Islamic State allied extremists in Marawi City.
On its Facebook page, the Pagbilao municipal government said John Mark is the son of one of its day care volunteers.
The municipality couldn’t be prouder of his role in the war in Marawi, which ended after five months following the death of the top terrorist leaders. It also saluted the heroism of the other soldiers who participated in the fighting.
“Isa sa ating mga kababayan ang matapang na nakipaglaban sa mga teroristang Maute-ISIS at tumulong upang wakasan ang krisis sa Marawi.
Sa iyo, G. John Mark Glodoviza ng Brgy. Binahaan at anak ng isa sa aming mabubuting day care volunteers na si Gng. Mering Glodoviza, at sa lahat ng magigiting na sundalong Pilipino, ipinagmamalaki po namin kayo! Patuloy nawa kayong gabayan ng ating Panginoon. #PagbilaWIN #Bayani,” it posted.
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