The remains of the late actress Isabel Granada were cremated on Sunday.
In a report made by the GMA News Online, the Philippine Air Force has given the late actress a 21-gun salute before her remains were created on Sunday.
From 2001 to 2003, Isabel Granada served as a reservist Airwoman, 2nd Class Sergeant and so she was honored with a 21-gun salute.
When her remains arrived in the Philippines, she was welcomed by the PAF or the Philippine Air Force last Thursday.
PAF gave the following statement the same day:
“She spent a year as an active PAF enlisted personnel as part of the PAF Women’s Volleyball team and opted to remain as a reservist where she continued her support by willingly performing, hosting, and lending her celebrity status to draw crowd in PAF events. Her proper demeanor, both as a celebrity and an aviation enthusiast, also contributed to the PAF’s public image by virtue of her reservist status, which she had proudly admitted.”
After the cremation of her remains, it was also reported that Isabel Granada’s ashes will be brought back to the Sanctuario de San Jose Chapel and will be placed beside the ashes of her late father.
Isabel Granada passed away back on November 4, 2017, in Doha, Qatar, a few days after she fell in comatose following a brain aneurysm.
The family of Isabel Granada was opened to public back on Friday and Saturday at the Sanctuario de San Jose Parish at the East Greenhills, Mandaluyong City