MANILA – The son of business tycoon and San Miguel Corp. (SMC) president and chief executive officer Ramon S. Ang, Jomar Ang, passed away last Saturday.
He was 26.
The president and CEO of SMC described son Jomar as a “dutiful, loving, and kind-hearted’ son, brother, and dedicated friend to many.”
In an official statement by RSA and wife Tessie claimed that Jomar “was a source of great joy to us and we are truly blessed to have had his love and presence in our lives. We know in our hearts that he is in a much better place now.”
SMC has been at the forefront in the fight against the killer coronavirus. It has donated assorted food items and flour to help LGUs, small bakers boost food rations.
In a press release, SMC also declared that the conglomerates’ efforts to help in COVID-19 fight is now close to a billion pesos.
Aside from unlimited alcohol supply and nutribuns, SMC has also donated P500 million for PPE (protective personal equipment) for health care workers and other COVID-19 front-liners.
SpinPH also reported that Jomar used to join karting competitions with brother Jacob, who in 2017 won the overall crowns in the Formula 125 Sr Open and the x30 SR classes of the Asian Karting Championship in Macau.
Jomar Ang also served as chief financial officer of RSA Motors.
The family did not give any detail to Jomar Ang’s death but a news report said the younger Ang was admitted to the St. Luke’s Medical Center in January where he was said to be in critical condition.
The official statement of the family: