Fundraising for ARNEL P. SERQUINA, RAHS Batch 1973 graduate and retired police

Red Arrow High School Batch 1973 graduate and retired policeman Arnel P. Serquina suffered from Hemorrhagic Cerebrovascular Disease and Status Post Craniotomy, Ventriculostomy Placement with operation done: Craniotomy, Ventriculostomy Placement and Tracheostomy.

According to his only son, John Dexter, his father was rushed at Eastern Pangasinan District Hospital in Tayug Pangasinan on January 18, 2019. But due to unavailability of ICU (Intensive Care Unit) room, he was transferred to The Medical City Pangasinan in Dagupan City around 11 am, the same day. It was the only hospital in Pangasinan which has available ICU room that time.

After a month in ICU, he was transferred to a regular room, but until now, he is still confined at the hospital because they cannot pay the hospital bills. They have already paid more than P400,000 and as of date, they still have a balance payment of more than P600,000.

Prior to his illness, Arnel works as a tenant of rice land. He only supports the family through farming, and since his illness, they do not have a source of income.

John Dexter, 38, is single and unemployed. He is currently enrolled at the School of Law at Saint Louis University in Baguio City but had to go home to take care of his hospitalized father. He said they tried looking for alternative ways to pay their bills through PCSO but the assistance given by PCSO was not enough to cover all their hospital expenses so they still have to look for other ways to pay their bills.

As an alumnus of RAHS in San Nicolas, Pangasinan and retired police, Arnel seriously needs our help to pay his hospital bills and once he gets home, his medical maintenance.

I hope you find in your heart to help him and his family financially in this difficult time. As the saying goes, “You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.”

For donations, please send to:

John Dexter P. Serquina, Landbank of the Philippines – Batasan Branch (Acct number: 3126 0785 94). He can be reached at +63922-3517992 / +63927- 8238525

You can also donate via GoGetFunding.com

Published by Mylene Orillo

Mylene Orillo is a contributing writer at the Health & Lifestyle magazine.  Prior to that, she's a former correspondent at The Manila Times; former editor-in-chief of TravelPlus magazine; and former assistant editor of Health & Lifestyle, Zen Health, and DiabetEASE magazines by FAME Publishing, Inc., a company owned by cardiologist Dr. Rafael Castillo who has given her the much-needed break and opportunity in the health industry and medical field.  Her previous job as Media Consultant at the Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office and Writer-Researcher at the Headquarters Philippine Army ignited her passions for charity, volunteering, selfless service, and love of country. As a young girl, she loved reading her mom's collection of Mills & Boons pocketbooks, which started her passion to write romance stories.  She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Sto. Tomas in España, Manila. She is now working towards earning her master's degree hopefully this year. She loves traveling, long-distance running, reading romance and non-fiction books, watching Korean Drama series, feel-good rom coms, military movies, and documentaries during her spare time. Someday, she wants to meet Prince William and Pope Francis, settle down with the love of her life and have a family and kids of her own; and become a bestselling romance author.

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