Today, we honor as we bid goodbye to a fellow TESDAn,
Gladys Fua Rosales.
DDG Glads as she was fondly called by most, had more than two decades’ worth of experience as a public servant, beginning her career in the National Drug Law Enforcement and Prevention Coordinating Center — the forerunner of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, then in the Bureau of Customs, and finally with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority.
Her remarkable career in the government was the result of her dedication, hard work, and a sincere desire to give the best service to the public with no compromises to quality nor integrity. Despite her hectic schedule, she always had a ready smile for anyone at any time, a smile that suggests her ardent wish to be of help.
To everyone at work she was a colleague, a friend and an inspiration. She will be sadly missed.
Let us also pray for her family she left behind. Let us pray for her soul to rest in God's eternal peace.