Loida Cabiles

Loida Cabiles Obituary


Age - 71


October 6, 2023


Las Vegas, NV

Loida Andres Cabiles was born on January 26, 1952 in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte Philippines to Alfredo and Nermecia Robianes Andres. She was one of nine children. She graduated from St. Jude High School and attended Divine World College of Laoag, taking secretarial courses. Mrs. Cabiles worked as a municipal registrar, then became a public servant as municipal counselor for nine years. Loida met Remigio Cabiles, they married and had six children. She enjoyed knitting, spending quality time with her family and Christmas vacations to the Philippines. She had a generous heart and was helpful to the less fortunate. She was always thinking of others before herself, even while suffering with cancer for four years. Loida died on Wednesday, September 13, 2023 at her home in Las Vegas. She was preceded in death by her parents, Alfredo and Nermecia and siblings: lisenio, luzviminda, loreto and lewelyn. Survivors include her husband, Remigio; children: Lorenzo Ringo (Mary Grace), Nerizza (Angelito), Vanessa, Lowella, Regie Ann, Jay Ar Loyds (Natalie); grandchildren: Laira, Lance, Leewayne, Akira, Anfernee, Tracy Bryt, Keoni, Jayssene Troy, lyndzyrille, Prince Jay Ar, Chynna, Jayna Rich, Mahealani, Gianna Anessa, Lorraine Grace and Louisse Sabine and siblings Linelio (Marilou), Edmundo (Marilou), Linda (Phalmarin), Isabelita, and Raul. All services will be held in the Philippines. Local arrangements by Palm Southwest Mortuary.

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