“Learn to do good; seek justice, correct oppression; bring justice to the fatherless, and please the widow’s cause,” (Isaiah 1:17).

Members of Dindo Generoso’s family, friends and colleagues in the media “storm the heavens with prayers” that the perpetrators of his brutal murder be brought to justice to reassure everyone that crime doesn’t pay, which is necessary for the community to begin healing.

Fellow public servants led by Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo and Vice-Mayor Alan Gel Cordova participated in the necrological service presided by Father Enrique Balongag to reflect and honor the life of the late broadcaster Mercidarius Dindo Patrimonio Generoso, 67, who was gunned down while on his way to work.

Generoso, previously served as a Councilor of Dumaguete City after the EDSA Revolution that elevated former President Cory Aquino to power.

He later moved his entire family to Australia to give them a better life only to come back after more than twenty years, still a Filipino in heart and mind, to be the voice of those who sincerely work for the realization of his dream to improve the quality of life of his compatriots in Dumaguete.

In a tribute, Generoso was rightfully described as a devoted family man who spoke truth to power; one who is passionate in his principles and a fierce advocate in developing Dumaguete into a livable and prosperous city that we all deserve.

Also present during the religious service are Councilors Joe Kenneth Arbas, former Councilor Antonio “TonyRems” Remollo, City Legal Officer Manuel Arbon, City Administrator Doram Dumalagan, Assistant City Administrator Dr. Dinno T. Depositario, other department heads and city employees.