ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of a loved one, Querubin Jr Jocson.  We will remember him forever.
There are 3 sections for you to contribute your memories of Papa Quer: Life (for your well wishes and short comments), Stories (for anecdotes), and Gallery (for pictures and videos).  Thank you for your kind memories.
Posted by Edith Alindogan on September 14, 2022
This is what my heart always knows .. I MISS YOU, Papa! HBD

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Posted by Eddie Jocson on April 22, 2022
One day, when I was in high school, my Papa gave me a book to read. I did not really pay attention until I was really having issues in one of my oratorical competitions. We should speak only when we have a good message to deliver. It is not what but how we speak that really matters. 
The book is Dale Carnegie's 'How to Win Friends and Influence People". Ever since it became my favorite and was always beside my Bible.
Two things I learned from my Papa which complimented the book's recommendation. My Papa spent time with his friends and those he influenced. And most importantly, he allowed himself to be vulnerable to them. So to be really a friend he taught me to spend time and be a true person even if you expose your vulnerability to your friends. That is what friendship and a true relationship is all about. To deliberately be influential is somewhat being manipulative and counter friendly. Papa taught to be just a real friend. Friends don’t do things with strings attached. He reminded me to be friendly but to not expect to be friends with everybody. A good friendship is a two way street. Relationships are like that.
Rest in peace, Papa.
Posted by Eddie Jocson on December 23, 2021
It would have been 8 years by 2022 since my Dad passed away. Had he been around today he would be encouraging everyone to persevere through all the uncertainties.  I light a candle today as a reminder of what he stood for; hopeful, persevering and trusting in the end, with God's grace, all will be fine. Thanks again, Papa Quer.
Posted by Happy Jocson on May 30, 2021
Thank you Lolo Papa for building a beautiful family that I can proudly say that I am a part of. You have built this family with a strong foundation filled with good values. I wish that someday, when I build my own family, I can also do the same. Thinking of you and missing you. Love you, Lolo. ❤️
Posted by Eddie Jocson on April 18, 2021
May I thank my wife Owen and daughter Maja who are helping me put together this memorial for my Dad. May I also thank all those who were part of his life and who remembers him in their prayers. May this token of remembrance bring forward his legacy so that he continue to live in our hearts and remember what he stood for - dedication and faithful service to his family and friends.

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Posted by Edith Alindogan on September 14, 2022
This is what my heart always knows .. I MISS YOU, Papa! HBD

#soLoved
#soMissed
#9132022
Posted by Eddie Jocson on April 22, 2022
One day, when I was in high school, my Papa gave me a book to read. I did not really pay attention until I was really having issues in one of my oratorical competitions. We should speak only when we have a good message to deliver. It is not what but how we speak that really matters. 
The book is Dale Carnegie's 'How to Win Friends and Influence People". Ever since it became my favorite and was always beside my Bible.
Two things I learned from my Papa which complimented the book's recommendation. My Papa spent time with his friends and those he influenced. And most importantly, he allowed himself to be vulnerable to them. So to be really a friend he taught me to spend time and be a true person even if you expose your vulnerability to your friends. That is what friendship and a true relationship is all about. To deliberately be influential is somewhat being manipulative and counter friendly. Papa taught to be just a real friend. Friends don’t do things with strings attached. He reminded me to be friendly but to not expect to be friends with everybody. A good friendship is a two way street. Relationships are like that.
Rest in peace, Papa.
Posted by Eddie Jocson on December 23, 2021
It would have been 8 years by 2022 since my Dad passed away. Had he been around today he would be encouraging everyone to persevere through all the uncertainties.  I light a candle today as a reminder of what he stood for; hopeful, persevering and trusting in the end, with God's grace, all will be fine. Thanks again, Papa Quer.
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We should be expressing our sentiments to our parents specially when we want to thank them, express our love or longing and our appreciation of the sacrifices they do for us.  The sooner, as often as possible, lest time runs out...

Best thing about memories is making them.


When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.
Recent stories

QFJ @ work

Shared by Edith Alindogan on June 5, 2021
Proud to have a father who is hardworking, honest and a straight guy.

Good times at Max's Resturant

Shared by Edith Alindogan on April 26, 2021
Behind every great daughter,
There is truly an amazing and supportive father.

Always in my heart ...

Shared by Edith Alindogan on April 26, 2021
Happiness is the feeling that your dad is always there to guide you, even if he is in heaven.
You will always be in my heart, Papa ... because in there you’re still alive.