ROSITA ESCOBELLA AYUBAN known as “Nanay Rose”
January 14, 1947- March 26,2021
Nanay Rose was 74 years old when she passed away unexpectedly, a devoted servant of GOD, devoted mother, and grandmother. She was born and raised in the Philippines. She was the 2nd oldest of her 11 siblings. She is survived by her daughter- Ermelyn Rojas, son in-law Joel Cestina as well as grandchildren - Rosemarie Cestina (12), Abigail Cestina (9), Candice Cestina (7) and Elijah Cestina (23 months).
Brothers: Chrispo Ayuban, Rafael Ayuban, Nathaniel Ayuban, Joel Ayuban, Azarmabeth Ayuban and Nepthalie Ayuban. Sisters: Sarah Bernaldez and Elizar Villareal. Her nieces and nephews love her as if she were their own mother. As well as family and friends that are close to her.
Nanay Rose was known as being a faithful servant of GOD. She was a Pastor back in the Philippines and moved to the United States 12 years ago to help with my kids. She always thought about her family back home and how she can help them. She even had a plan to build a bigger church expansion.
Nanay Rose attracted friends easily because of her great personality and the way she talked. She touched many people lives by sharing the word of God and telling of how important it is in our eternal life.
Family and Friends would describe her as loving, compassionate, generous, full of energy, strong, confident, courageous, skillful, a fighter, a hardworking woman, and a never-give-up attitude with all the challenged in life.
Nanay had various hobbies such as gardening, sewing, cooking, listening to worship songs, preaching, and watching Philippine News- President Duterte.
Nanay Rose enjoyed spending time with her grandkids by reading bible and praying every day.
She will be missed but never forgotten because she will forever be in our hearts.
Nanay Rose was truly a Legacy, she walked what she talked.
Until we meet again in heaven Nanay Rose!
“For me to live in Christ to Die is Gain.” Philippians 1:21
We Love You,
Lyn, grandkids, family, and friends.