ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mila Englis, 69 years old, born on December 15, 1951, and passed away on May 13, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Luz Abiera on June 20, 2021
I would like to thank this lady whom I knew left the Remdisivir (we were only informed by the nurse later) which saved my husband's life, if it were not for that instant we could have lost him, mionly God knows.Thank you so much Miss Mila,we don't know each other but God uses people for answers to our prayers,not only for us but to everyone who trust and believes Him.We are so sorry for your demise,but God has plans for you,we know you are in a better place now and enjoying peace in the company of angels in the presence of God. Rest in peace now. God bless.
Posted by Sean Osias on May 23, 2021
Auntie Mila is just like a second mother to me. Not only because silingan mi, but because I can feel the motherly love gikan sa iyaha gikan pa sa akong childhood. I remember, everytime I went home in Gensan from Cebu, pagkahibalo niya nga naabot ko, tawgun dayun ko niya to have a breakfast, lunch and dinner with her and uncle Toto. Maikog kaayo ko, kay iya gyud ko serbisyuhan nga iduhol gyud sa imoha ang food, ang water, ang fruits. Everytime I go back to Cebu, naa gyud na siya ipadala sa akoa bisag unsa na lang, basta kay naa. Personally, magconfide sad siya sa iyang mga personal challenges sa kinabuhi, updates sa mga Englis family, maghisgut siya permi kay Emi. I remember, nangutana siya nako, when I was still in first year college, kung naa na ba daw ko uyab, o nakakiss na ba ko.Niingon sad ko, tapsing lang auntie..she was funny, pero so sweet kaayo. Never ka makakita niya nga nasuko. One time we went to Robinsons Place, from Capareda St. to Robinsons, naglaag mi nga naglakaw lang mi, and you know what, Nag Karaoke mi, kuyog sad ang usa nakoka igaagaw, si Denden, kay tagsa lang lagi magkita. I thought magkita pa mi, but the pandemic has halted to have a vacation in Gensan in 2020. I love you Auntie! Enjoy yourself in the presence of our Almighty God!
Posted by Dan DeGrünberg on May 18, 2021
I saw how you fought well against covid 19 Auntie, you were so positive that everything will be fine. We prayed everyday, and we saw improvement in your condition, and I thought you will truly survive. But unexpected things happen, and no matter how we want you to survive, It’s God’s last call. I know He has greater plans for everything, and His intention is always for good. Though it breaks our hearts to live in a reality that you are gone now, I believe God wants us to trust Him more, and rejoice because you are now with Him. No more pain and suffering. We will surely miss you Auntie. Praying for peace, and comfort to the family.
Posted by Emi Englis on May 18, 2021
From Nona Demonteverde Cometa

I would like to express my sadness ...losing a dear cousin
Whom I fondly call Inday mil ..fun memories of our childhood days
Will remain in my heart and it is with great joy ....These group of flowers represents her virtuous
Life of kindness, goodness, patient, faithfulness , self control
And always joyful . Inday mil is a woman after God’s own heart and
Will always be greatly praised in our hearts forever .. ..

Inday mil is very special to me we grew up together as neighbors and relatives as well .. fun memories we cherished like gathering drifted would ods by the river after flood , eating together
Half ripen crunchy papaya and climbing their guava trees in their yard ...Inday Mil a good hearted lady , soft spoken always smiling
Never heard her complain about anything .. I am happy to see her
With Manang Nieve visited me every time I came home from abroad we reminisced stories in the past laughing joyfully line our stories never end ...I will surely miss Inday Mil ... with the hope in my heart I will see her again ...

Inday mil this is neneng nona as you call me since we were young
I do not know how to face Manang nieve when I go back to Gensan for void when I retire .. we even talked about visiting each other
And will go back in the time sharing the fruits we gather
Telling stories of the old
And laughing with all our hearts content ...Love you Inday mil..
Posted by Emi Englis on May 18, 2021
From Grace Tschung

Inday Mil is a precious cousin to me. We grew up together and made good and naughty experiences when we were small. We tried to defend each others when we were scolded by our parents. Playing and go biking together, she seldom complain. She always take time to visit me when ever I’m home I can never forget her giving me the best fruits from their farm . She is gone to be with the Lord no more pain and worries. You will always be in my heart till we meet again.
Posted by LEO ENGBINO on May 16, 2021
INDAY MIL, LA NA GUID MAY MAG VISITA D SA AKON. PERO OKAY LANG DAI KAY BAL AN KO NGA INDI NA KAW MABUDLAYAN SA IMO SAKIT SA TUHOD KAG BAL AN KO MAN ARA KA DA SA KAMOT SANG ATON MAHAL NGA CREATOR, SALAMAT GUID DAI NGA SA PANGIDARON TA PIRME MO AKO GINADUMDUM KAG GINAVISITAHAN. BASTA MAHAL KO KAW KAG PALANGGA KO IKAW. AMBOT INDI KO NA MABAL AN ANO ISILING PARTI SA IMO BASTA DA BEST KA PARA SA AKON, DRE LANG TUBTUB KAY MAHIBE AKO ANAY. HUG AND KISSES

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Posted by Luz Abiera on June 20, 2021
I would like to thank this lady whom I knew left the Remdisivir (we were only informed by the nurse later) which saved my husband's life, if it were not for that instant we could have lost him, mionly God knows.Thank you so much Miss Mila,we don't know each other but God uses people for answers to our prayers,not only for us but to everyone who trust and believes Him.We are so sorry for your demise,but God has plans for you,we know you are in a better place now and enjoying peace in the company of angels in the presence of God. Rest in peace now. God bless.
Posted by Sean Osias on May 23, 2021
Auntie Mila is just like a second mother to me. Not only because silingan mi, but because I can feel the motherly love gikan sa iyaha gikan pa sa akong childhood. I remember, everytime I went home in Gensan from Cebu, pagkahibalo niya nga naabot ko, tawgun dayun ko niya to have a breakfast, lunch and dinner with her and uncle Toto. Maikog kaayo ko, kay iya gyud ko serbisyuhan nga iduhol gyud sa imoha ang food, ang water, ang fruits. Everytime I go back to Cebu, naa gyud na siya ipadala sa akoa bisag unsa na lang, basta kay naa. Personally, magconfide sad siya sa iyang mga personal challenges sa kinabuhi, updates sa mga Englis family, maghisgut siya permi kay Emi. I remember, nangutana siya nako, when I was still in first year college, kung naa na ba daw ko uyab, o nakakiss na ba ko.Niingon sad ko, tapsing lang auntie..she was funny, pero so sweet kaayo. Never ka makakita niya nga nasuko. One time we went to Robinsons Place, from Capareda St. to Robinsons, naglaag mi nga naglakaw lang mi, and you know what, Nag Karaoke mi, kuyog sad ang usa nakoka igaagaw, si Denden, kay tagsa lang lagi magkita. I thought magkita pa mi, but the pandemic has halted to have a vacation in Gensan in 2020. I love you Auntie! Enjoy yourself in the presence of our Almighty God!
Posted by Dan DeGrünberg on May 18, 2021
I saw how you fought well against covid 19 Auntie, you were so positive that everything will be fine. We prayed everyday, and we saw improvement in your condition, and I thought you will truly survive. But unexpected things happen, and no matter how we want you to survive, It’s God’s last call. I know He has greater plans for everything, and His intention is always for good. Though it breaks our hearts to live in a reality that you are gone now, I believe God wants us to trust Him more, and rejoice because you are now with Him. No more pain and suffering. We will surely miss you Auntie. Praying for peace, and comfort to the family.
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