Albert Martinez says late wife Liezl irreplaceable

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Thursday, March 19, 2015

DAYS after the passing of his wife Liezl, actor Albert Martinez thanked everyone who mourned with their family.

"Your concern and prayers show us that my wife Liezl is well-loved and will be sorely missed. Thank you for honoring Liezl’s wish for privacy as she fought cancer in the last few months of her life," Albert said on Instagram.

He added that Liezl, who died last March 14 after losing her eight-year battle with breast cancer, was strong and positive despite her health condition.


Albert said his wife of 30 years is irreplaceable.

"She remained strong, courageous and unwavering throughout the battle — which made me love her all the more. She was not just a celebrity or a public servant — for us, she was a supportive wife, devoted mother, loving daughter, caring cousin, a doting aunt," he said.

"We will miss all the wonderful things that she was in our lives. Although I lost her, she will forever remain a precious jewel, a gem that can never be replaced in my heart."

The actor asked for everyone's support and prayers as they move forward in life.

"Please continue praying for our family as we try to overcome our grief and loneliness in the coming days. A thousand white roses for you, my Liezl," he said.

Meanwhile, Albert is still mum on claims of mother-in-law, veteran actress Amalia Fuentes, that she and Liezl's father, Romeo Vasquez, were excluded from the final rites for her daughter.

Amalia was mad when she stormed out of the Arlington Memorial Crematorium last Monday, telling the waiting members of the media that they were not even mentioned during the cremation ceremony of her daughter.

She also claimed that no one informed her of the cremation site.

"Alam ninyo ba kung bakit ako na-late? Hindi ko alam saan gagawin. Sila sila ang nag-decide, yung mga bestfriend, yung mga ganun. Ako, where was I? Nowhere. Nobody talked to me," Amalia said.

The veteran actress said she's the most affected by Liezl's passing.

"For the longest time I was never a part of their lives but I was always there for her. The last time I talked to her, she was all alone in her bedroom and she was crying. I can never replace Liezl. I was hoping na mauuna ako. I was thinking na I will not experience this day, which is the worst day of my life. I feel like ako dapat ang mamatay," Amalia said. (Sunnex)


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