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“Angela, MK and I are so sorry for your loss. Please accept our deepest condolences. Keeping you and your family in our prayers. ”
1 of 27 | Posted by: Pablo Singzon - New york, NY

“May God give him eternal rest and your family the strength to bear the great loss. Our most sincere condolences to Ma'am Amie & family - from...Read More »
2 of 27 | Posted by: Bubut Sapinoso

“Sending condolences and prayers from our family in Chicago. I am a second cousin, daughter of Evelyn Amparado Alcantara. ”
3 of 27 | Posted by: Cynthia Alcantara - Westchester, IL

“You will be missed! ”
4 of 27 | Posted by: Victoria Coronel - CA - Family

“My heartfelt condolences to Angela and to the family of Aldwin,may he Rest In Peace. ”
5 of 27 | Posted by: Dennis Urcia - New York, NY

“AngelaI was devastated when our CRE Asia gal pals alerted me to this terrible news. I am so saddened for you and can't think of words to make sense...Read More »
6 of 27 | Posted by: Susan Dollinger - New York, NY

“Our deepest sympathies and condolences to the family. Novenas to the Divine Mercy and the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary will be offered...Read More »
7 of 27 | Posted by: Bettina, sister of Janelle's Dad, Jasper's wife Balagtas - Geniza

“Our sincere condolences to Jun and Amy Amparado on the demise of their beloved son, our prayers are with you on this hour of great loss. sending our...Read More »
8 of 27 | Posted by: Alice Rodil - Torrance, CA

“Jaya, i'm so sorry for your loss. We havent been around that long to have been introduced to your husband, Aldwin. May his soul rest in peace... ”
9 of 27 | Posted by: Lawrence Guerrero - Family

“Jaya, i'm so sorry for your loss. We havent been around that long to have been introduced to your husband, Aldwin. ”
10 of 27 | Posted by: Lawrence Guerrero - Family

“Our deepest and sincere condolences to the whole family especially to Amy, his mother. ”
11 of 27 | Posted by: Maripu Reyes - Family Friend

“May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. The goodness in Aldwin's heart shone through the few times we met. ”
12 of 27 | Posted by: Roberto and Lily Castaneda - NY

“We would like to express our sorrow and condolences to you and your family. May he Rest In Peace. ”
13 of 27 | Posted by: Feli Flores - Yucca Valley, CA

“The Amparado's of Orlando are sadden by his passing. We are praying for his eternal peace and for the family's strength . ”
14 of 27 | Posted by: Evelyn. Amparado Alcantara - FL

“Our deepest condolences to the family. ”
15 of 27 | Posted by: NOEL BARCENA - WV - Family Friend

“My sincere condolences to Aldwin's family. May he rest in peace ”
16 of 27 | Posted by: Rudi Ramin - Singapore

“Gone too soon, my classmate... see you next time... prayers to your family for comfort... ”
17 of 27 | Posted by: Jacqueline Griffin - Canton, MI

“Our condolences to the family. Eternal rest give unto him O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he Rest In Peace amen. ”
18 of 27 | Posted by: Precy Mapilisan-Raras - Dundalk, MD

“Hi Amie. This is really heartbreaking. Please be strong and keep the faith. I know no amount of words will ever make you understand why this happened...Read More »
19 of 27 | Posted by: Poyee Maagma - Friend

“Condolence po. My prayers are with you and the family ”
20 of 27 | Posted by: Albert Regis

“Love you dwinsky ”
21 of 27 | Posted by: Julie Sio - Family

“Deepest condolences for the family and for Angela. May the Lord embrace Aldwin and may he find peace. ”
22 of 27 | Posted by: Timmy De Los Reyes - Friend

“Good morning Amie.I got the sad news about your US-based son's passing. Please accept my sincere sympathies.It is hard to lose a son. I can only pray...Read More »
23 of 27 | Posted by: Tess Andres - Parañaque

“Condolence Classmate ”
24 of 27 | Posted by: Erwin Balagas - Classmate

“My heartfelt condolence as the pain of losing him so soon must be unbearable ”
25 of 27 | Posted by: Marissa Meyn - Sydney Australia

“My condolences. He lived and enjoyed his life Tita Aimie. ”
26 of 27 | Posted by: Arvy Grace Ang - Manila

“Gone so soon. You will be deeply missed. In time we will all understand why you left so soon. Meanwhile we trust God to show us his will and comfort...Read More »
27 of 27 | Posted by: Grace Dela Cruz - Toronto


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Aldwin S. Amparado, a bank modeling specialist, resident of New York City, NY, died unexpectedly on August 29, 2019, at the age of 39.
Aldwin is survived by his wife, Angela Panganiban, and his parents. He is also survived by his brothers, Pierre and Roy Jasper Amparado, and his 7-month old Lhasa Apso, Brisket.
Aldwin was born in Quezon City, Philippines on October 24, 1979, to Jun and Amelia Amparado. He graduated from the University of Santo Tomas in 2001 with a degree in Mathematics and Actuarial Sciences and worked in a career of insurance in Manila with Platinum Plans (2001-2003), AIG Philamlife (2004-2007), and Manulife (2009-2010) before moving to a career in banking with Citibank Manila (2007-2009), and Security Bank (2010-2013). December 21, 2012, was a day Aldwin considered his luckiest day in life as he married Angela, his best friend, career confidant, workout partner, and love of his life.
On May 2013, the couple took on a brand new adventure moving abroad to Hong Kong to continue their banking careers with Citibank's Asian regional headquarters. Always looking to find even bigger challenges and opportunities, Aldwin, together with Angela, moved to Citibank's headquarters in New York in 2016. He worked on behavior score models and credit risk management for the bank's global business.
On March 23, 2019, Aldwin and Angela welcomed Brisket, their beautiful Lhasa Apso, into their lives.
Aldwin was a lover of life, fully intent on maximizing time and space by exploring the world and by spending quality time with friends and family.
Aldwin was passionate about traveling. With Angela, he saw the enthralling northern lights in Norway, enjoyed pintxos in San Sebastian, explored Lord of the Rings sets in Iceland, and partied until morning in Boracay. From indulging in multiple daily Thai massages in Bangkok to taking in the overwhelming art scene in Italy, Aldwin savored every moment and found delight in these experiences.
The couple was also great aficionados of food, wine, and drinks. Aldwin sought out the best restaurants like Asador Etxebarri in Spain, Central in Lima, Pujol in Mexico and Le Bernadin in New York. But don't think that Aldwin only liked fine dining. The last meal on earth he wanted was crispy pata and his ma's lasagna and baked macaroni.
His love for adventure extended to the physical and the intellectual. He loved and excelled in bowling and was an avid CrossFitter. Extending to the intellectual, he was passionate about basketball analytics and fielded several NBA fantasy teams on three different time zones. With his strong actuarial sense and keen skill of observing human behavior, he was known to consistently clean out his opponents in poker.
He was also a "techie" and was known to automate living rooms of unsuspecting friends and family. His own home's AI-powered robots and talking machines turn on lights, entertainment systems, control temperature, even watch over the dog. Every day, Aldwin and Angela came home to Alexa's greeting, "It's great to have you back home" followed by Aldwin' s favorite Bossa Nova playlist.
Above all, Aldwin' s most endearing quality was his ability to smile and keep a wondrous childlike quality despite life's challenges. He held sacred his extensive toy collection. Every item he has kept pristine in an air-tight display cabinet in their home in Manila. He loved playing Street Fighter with his brothers across continents and time zones; he has even kept the same character through the years. He found humor in everything, no matter how serious the situation. He brought people together and his mere presence created a sense of light and peace.
He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, and all who know him.
A visitation is scheduled on September 4, 2019, from 2:00-4:00 PM and 6:00-9:00 PM at the Peter C DeLuca Funeral Home on 199 Bleecker St., New York, NY. Mass will be offered at Old St. Patrick's Cathedral on September 5, 2019, at 10:00 AM. Fr. Brian Graebe will celebrate the Mass. His body will be cremated the following day and his ashes will be transported back to the Philippines where a second wake will be held and announced at a future date.