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Algie Parucha - Grunwald
March 27, 1978 - June 14, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">Algie Victoria Tumbaga Parucha, aged 38, died in a sudden tragic accident on June 14, 2016 while working for a business she co-owns with her sister and her sister in law at City Place Urban Market. Algie was born in Diffun, Quirino, Philippines on March 27, 2016. <br> <br>Algie belonged to a closely-knit family. She is survived by her beloved husband, Brent Richard Grundwald; loving sons, Ariel Reece Parucha and Anthony Richard Parucha-Grunwald; her parents, Engr. Alvictus Jose Guinsatao Parucha and Virginia Tumbaga Parucha; her sister, Allane Grace Tumbaga Parucha; her brothers Alvictson Gabrielli Tumbaga Parucha and Aleczis John Francis Tumbaga Parucha; her sister-in-laws, Jeime Bernette Prollamante Parucha and Amabelle Joyce Valenzuela; her nephews Athan John Janoel Prollamante Parucha and Austin Jaiden Cal Prollamante Parucha; her nieces, Angelica Maenne Valenzuela, Faith Mari Prollamante, Joylynn Mae Prollamante and Jme Alyson Marcelina Prollamante Parucha. <br> <br>Well-known for being an integral part of her family, both immediate and extended, as well as friends and the community, Algie was always included in either planning various events or participating in one. She enjoyed life, travelling at every chance she got, surrounding herself with loved ones and making new friends. <br> <br>Algie was known for her entrepreneurial endeavours and could be seen multi-tasking between arranging travel arrangements for her travel business, and producing her one-of-a-kind creations for Gie's Creations, which supplied JamCo Boutique with children's fashion accessories. Nothing deterred her when she set her mind to accomplishing something. When she was in a creative streak, she could produce several pieces in one night. <br> <br>Algie, was a resourceful person, who didn't limit herself. Algie was a creative individual and a visionary. Anything and everything that is related in Arts and Culture she had her hands in. She had the uncanny ability to be a jack of all trades. She planned events; arranged beautiful flower arrangements; designed fashion accessories, dresses and shoes; cooked delicious dishes, and decorated her home with flair.</div>