Rosario Domingo Adriano

Feb 2, 1924 – Apr 21, 2019

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Rosario D. Adriano was born on February 2nd in Victoria, Tarlac, Philippines. Known to all of us as “Liling”, she passed away on April 21, 2019 (Resurrection Day of the Lord/Easter) at Good Samaritan Hospital in Puyallup, WA at the age of 96 years old.

Mommy/Lola Liling was a dedicated and faithful mother and wife to the late Attorney Lope Adriano. Liling is survived by her four children, Ruben Adriano (Mila), of Florida; Tes Ongoco (Gerry), of Washington; Florante Adriano, of Manila; and Victoria Bayona (Raffy), of California. She is also survived by her two adopted children, Leah Ann and Jason; 9 grandchildren – Brian, Brent, Brendan, Omar, Alvin, Regina, Tim, Dan, and Isabelle, and 4 great grandchildren-Nikki, Devin, Danelle, and Tony.

Liling is known to work hard as a grade school teacher and a self-made entrepreneur in her desire to provide for her children. This paved the way for them to move to the U.S. She is beloved by everyone she meets and enjoys cooking, entertaining, love of beautiful music through her playing the piano and singing, and occasional visits to the “reservations”. She imparts to her loved ones her strong faith in the Lord, her love of reading especially the Bible, and praying the rosary daily. We all have wonderful memories with Mom, Lola, Tita and will be fondly and forever be remembered in our hearts.

Thank you for everything. We Love You!


K. Williams
Natchez, MS
Jun 17, 2019

My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Please keep in mind that God will heal your broken hearts and will strengthen you during this difficult time. (Psalm 147:3) To find out more regarding the hope for the dead, visit and search “death”.

Juliet Gamalinda Pacheco del Rosario
Avondale, PA
Apr 26, 2019

Crispin Ongoco
Virginia Beach, VA
Apr 25, 2019

No words can really help to ease the loss you all bear, just to let you know that you all very close in every thought and prayer. May she rest in peace and our sincerest condolences to the whole Adriano family.

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