Genie L. Adraneda
1976 ∼ 2019
Lisa Adraneda Macabuag of Hamilton, Ontario wrote:
You will always be in our hearts. The love, laughter and memories created since childhood will be cherished forever. Rest In Peace.
Jonathan C. Piga of Plano, Texas wrote:
To the Adraneda Family, Please accept my family's heartfelt condolences. My fondest memories of her were her soft spoken nature and the fact that she was always present for all of our celebrations as friends. Remembering our time together as friends and classmates always brings a smile to my face. Farewell my friend and rest in peace. Jonathan Piga and family
Amy McRae Canepa of Raynham, Massachusetts wrote:
Words cannot express our sadness for the loss of our beautiful Genie & Auntie Genie. To know her is to know a kind beautiful woman, who would do anything for anyone. She adored her amazing family and enjoyed every second of spending time with them. We will always remember the birthday parties, brownies, graduations, holidays, and the best times we all shared with Genie and we now will treasure the memories!! We love you Genie! Alan, Priscilla, Heather, Jay, Amy, Tom, Beth and Tim. Logan, Landon, Maria, William, Layne and Baby Lawson will never forget Auntie Genie and all the special treats she would send them. We’ll never say goodbye, we will just see you later xo.
I am so saddened to hear of your loss.
Angelo Adraneda wrote:
I still can’t believe that I am writing this. We have a thousand miles in between us but you have always made us feel closer by texting, asking me to greet everybody here for birthdays and anniversaries and by constantly asking how the kids are doing. Your thoughtfulness will always be treasured and surely missed. Thanks for everything you have done for me Ate. It won’t be the same, the next time I visit New England. But as painful as it is to accept this reality, I am comforted by the fact that you are now pain free and at peace. We love you Ate and we will always remember you!
mark william dubosky of Greensburg wrote:
i'm so sorry to hear of your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you always.
John Rafferty of Woburn, MA wrote:
Tony and family, I am so very, very sorry for your loss. I am in Louisiana for work, and I am sorry I can't be at the services. You are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless.
PAMELA SMITH of UNIONTOWN, PA wrote:
TONY AND FAMILY, YOU ALL HAVE THE DEEPEST SYMPATHIES OF MYSELF, AND EVERYONE FROM THE UNIONTOWN COMPRESSOR STATION HERE AT ENBRIDGE. SENDING YOU ALL HEALING PRAYERS.
Chelsea 'St. Germain' Smith of Raynham, MA wrote:
I cannot even imagine navigating through adolescence without Genie by my side. Genie was my first childhood friend; she is and always will be my ‘roots.’ Roots feed and nourish a tree for life; all from underground. Genie’s spirit will be a part of my life always because we grew from the same soil, with the same nutrients and sunlight. And we grew together. I have many joyous memories with Eugenia… La Femina modeling school- Genie and I learned how to be ladies together. We learned how to apply makeup, how to walk like a model, and we learned how to ‘fine dine’ with class, using all the proper utensils. Genie and I were always chosen to model clothes because we were all skin and bones. Boy could she work a runway with her elegant stride! Genie had some modeling in her- she was a natural! Clawing my way through the awkwardness of being a teenage girl was a lot easier with one person who made me feel normal. My one person was Genie. Genie was not a natural at softball, however. In fact, my dad recalled a memory from coaching Genie and my softball team today. Genie and I both had the same goal as softball players: avoid the ball at all costs. My dad remembered the day our uniforms arrived. Genie and I were devastated. The stripe on the pants was navy blue and our jerseys were royal blue. This was the most emotion we both showed during the entire season. It was a crisis! I also credit Genie for teaching me how to dance. She might not want the credit if she saw me dance today…. It all started in the garage at her childhood home on Francine Road. I can still hear the boombox sounds- rewinding the cassette, pressing start, and waiting about 30 seconds for the sound to start. The sound Genie and I were waiting for was the beginning beats of Janet Jackson’s ‘Control.’ The only sound that could break us away from our grueling hours of practice was the sound of the stove bell signaling that Marilyn’s Puto was ready. Marilyn fed us delicious Filipino steam cakes and we would rationalize a break from dancing to refuel. We had our routine memorized and had huge dreams of being contestants on Star Search. I’m pretty sure Genie and I were banking on producers just ‘somehow’ hearing about how great we were and showing up in Raynham, MA, begging us to be on Star Search. I’m glad we both had back up plans! Fast forward to another huge life transition: college. Genie was also a huge part of my college experience as we were roommates at Boston University. Our little apartment on Buswell St. was always filled with aromas and laughter. This time the aroma was Adobo that Genie was cooking in our tiny little kitchen. The laughter came at any and all hours of the day. Genie put in many hours studying and working hard. But we found time to learn, together, how to be adults. How to live in a big city. How to have fun and work hard. The part of me that I am most proud of can be directly tied to the impact that Genie has had on my life. She taught me to be a kind person; you never know what someone is going through. She taught me to be open-minded and accepting of all cultures as you learn something new from everyone you meet. She taught me the value of hard work and perseverance. She taught me to accept myself exactly as I am. For that, and for all her love she shared with me, I will be eternally grateful. I love you Genie.
Papa Arthur & Mama Peng of Hamilton,On Canada wrote:
Genie, we will miss you tremendously. Your thoughtfulness, kindness and love for us will always be remembered by us as well as all your loving families here in Canada. Your smile and laughter will always be remembered. We love the Fashion Show that you & your loving cousins did at the basement of the house,you all look beautiful and fashionable. Thanks for all those loving memories with you and all your loving families here in Canada. May you rest in the Arms of Our Lord Jesus with His loving Mother Mary & St. Joseph.
Keri (Mayher) Pintzopoulos of Methuen, MA wrote:
Tony, Cory, Anthony, Marilen, and Allan... I will always remember Genie as my very first friend. I fondly recall picking flowers, jumping over rocks, drawing pictures, learning to ride bikes, staying close on our first day riding the school bus, and writing notes in school. I'll never forget Genie's bright smile and her little giggle when she laughed. Your family has such a special bond and I believe that although Genie is gone, she will always be with you in spirit. My heart is with all of you as you grieve such a heavy loss. Sending all my love, Keri
Anthony, Tina and Gabe Adraneda wrote:
As parents, explaining the loss of Ate Genie to our 7 year old son, Gabe, was something we hope we never had to do. But Anthony and I felt that Gabe was ready and he would want the opportunity to hold her Tita (aunt) Genie and talk to her one last time. So he told Ate Genie, "Tita, thank you for taking care of me. I love you. I will miss you. I have you in my heart forever." He held her hand and sang, "Take Me Out To The Ball Game." It was such a touching and emotional moment. I looked at Gabe and reminded him of what his Tita Genie once told him that if he misses her, just look at the stars in the sky, she will be the brightest star watching over us. Ate Genie, this gives us comfort that you are in heaven now and no longer in pain. We miss you so much, not a day goes by that we are not thinking of you. Thank you for everything. We love you.
Olive & Collins Capulong of PHILIPPINES wrote:
My family and I never had the chance to really know her personally but Cristy told me about Gabe’s loving gift for her, which is enough for me to know how wonderful she was with Gabe. Our condolences.
Caryl Hombrebueno of Philippines wrote:
My deepest condolences to the Adraneda Family. Genie will always be remembered as a woman of emotional and intellectual intelligence, a strong person who looks at the positive side even during difficult times and most of all a supportive, thoughtful and loving friend. Thank you for the gift of friendship Genie! I will forever cherish our happy moments during medical school. May God grant you eternal peace.
Mabel Cruz of Northville, Michigan wrote:
I still cannot believe that I won’t be able to just call, text or FaceTime with you anytime of the day and that I won’t be receiving your calls, texts and Facetimes any time during the day. You will always be remembered and cherished in my heart and in our family’s hearts my dearest cousin, my twin. Thank you for always being there for me. I know you’ll be watching over us, Rest In Peace. I love you Chica.
Maura Reed of Quincy, MA wrote:
I am so sorry to hear about Genie. Although we didn't keep in touch, I have such great memories of our friendship. Our fun time in high school studying or just hanging out. I remember a trip to Cape Cod with my family spending time at the beach and playing mini-golf. Please know that I am thinking of Genie's family at this difficult time.
James Medina Hacinas of Copenhagen Denmark wrote:
Thank you Ate Genie for being the amazing woman you are. Your seasonal greetings filled our home with love. Your infectious uplifting spirit will continue to inspire us to do better, The love of a family is truly life's greatest blessing. Our condolences go out to Tito Tony & Tita Cory, Kuya Anthony & Ate Tina, Ate Marilen & Kuya Kevin, Allan & Van and all the kids. Rest in peace Ate Geine. Love Rogelio & Estrella Hacinas, Rodger Jr & Venessa and Maximus & Alice, James & Gene and Jamie Starr
Maureen Adraneda-De Asis of Calgary,AB wrote:
You kept all of us connected amidst the distance especially with your birthday greetings, photo updates of our pamangkins or with just a simple message to check up on us. We are very lucky to have you and to have known you as our “Ate Genie”. The whole Adraneda Family won’t be the same without you. We love you and we will deeply miss you. - Tito Mario, Tita Flor, Carlo, Cate, Liezl, Mau, Erik & Teng
Maricel Callaway and family of Hamilton,, Canada wrote:
Genie, we are truly blessed and thankful that you were a part of our lives...as your cousin I want you to know that your love, support and friendship over years were truly a gift that I will always cherish. We have many wonderful memories of you that we will share with Cameron so he will know just what a funny, smart, caring, strong and beautiful woman his Ninang Genie was. Miss you Chica and love you always!
Dodi n chit Macabuag of Stoney Creek ont canada wrote:
We would like to express our deepest sympathy n prayers to the family during this moment.May Gods mercy and love give you all the strength to be comforted consoled. She's at peace w our dear Lord no pain ,nor sorrow but everlasting life.
Winnie Adraneda-Consunji of Barrow, AK wrote:
Condolences & prayers going out to our entire family. Rest in love and peace Genie. Love from Ate Winnie and family
Winnie Adraneda-Consunji wrote:
Dearest Genie, As our family gathers over there to bid you our earthly farewell, my heart breaks once again & my tears make silent tracks down my face. Too far away to say goodbye in person. Wishing I was there with everyone in Massachusetts instead of here in Alaska. Regretting the passage of time & the distance between us. So proud of you Genie & what you have accomplished in your short life. From our youthful “family summers” together fishing & playing ocean side to the indomitable fighting spirit you always showed. Never giving up nor backing down. Challenges were always accepted with a flash of your smile & a confident gleam in your eyes! Grateful for the positive impact you had on others that surrounded you. Thinking of the many lives you have touched. Of the healing comfort you have given to others. Although gone from this earth, you will live on in my heart & in my memories. Forever young, forever beautiful, eternally brave. Utmost respect & admiration for you just being you! Genie, please look down upon us from Heaven once in awhile and touch us with the grace of your laughter & sweetness. You are so incredibly missed. Promise: I will make sure you are never forgotten. My children & my grandchildren will know of you. And of how you left us all too soon. Give our loved ones with you, a tight hug & a kiss from us. We will take it from here. We will take care of each other as you would have us do. Rest in love & peace Genie. Until we all meet again...
Deeptha Sastry of Exeter, NH wrote:
Genie was the very first person I met at Boston University, the first person I tried coffee with at Espresso Royal, the first person I ever went out dancing with. She was a bridesmaid at my wedding and although we didn’t see each other often, I always held her close to my heart. I am fortunate to have been able to share some of her light and warmth. I will sincerely miss her.