Petropolis 2.0

petropolis 2

This is a late announcement for those who might have missed it. Classmate Keith dela Cruz has opened a second branch of Petropolis in Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna, 10 years after launching his first vet clinic on Timog, Quezon City.


The roster of guests included sister Chiqui and family (see pic below).

Keith and sister

Our congratulations to Dr. Keith for this new clinic and, of course, for the newly built Laguna home into which he and partner have recently moved.


Farewell, mother

We would like to express our deepest condolences to Keith dela Cruz whose mother, Mila Padua dela Cruz, passed away yesterday, Mother’s Day. Wake is at Funeraria Paz on Araneta Avenue in Quezon City. We will be there tonight at 6 p.m to pay our last respects. For more info, get in touch with Remy Tuazon or Ruby Gaviola.

Hello, goodbye, etc.

Attention, peps! We shall be having a lunch date this coming Saturday, May 22, to say hello and goodbye to our visiting classmate Lito Parungo and to celebrate Keith dela Cruz’s birthday. Let’s meet up in front of Trinoma’s movie ticketing counter at 11:00 a.m.We have also invited Pearly Jaramilla and newlyweds JP Ceralde and Kei Jaramilla to join us. Remy Tuazon, as usual, is ready to answer your questions.

Ask the vet

Our classmate Dr. Keith dela Cruz is proving to be a quintessential jack-of-all-trades.We have written about  him as a model, and this time we are featuring him as a newspaper columnist. “Ask the vet” is the title of Keith’s column for the BusinessMirror, where he shares his insights into the various aspects of his job as a “highly regarded” veterinarian in the Philippines. Below is Keith’s maiden article in yesterday’s issue of the business daily.

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Models, Inc.

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Following up on our previous post, Keith as model, did you know that several peps were inspired to have their photos taken for consideration in future castings? The spur-of-the-moment pictorial took place during the despedida for Lito Parungo, where, over dinner, Keith dela Cruz shared his first experience as a print model. Challenged, those listening to his story averred they could also do it.

We therefore present to you our classmates in their best element.

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