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Tarlac Rep Charlie Cojuangco

idhealt.com – Tarlac 1st district Rep. Carlos “Charlie” Cojuangco has passed on, his wife Czarina Maria “China” Jocson affirmed in a Facebook post Tuesday, Feb. 22.

“It is with a heavy heart that we lament to illuminate you that my husband, Claudia and Jaime’s father, Carlos ‘Charlie’ Cojuangco, has passed away. Details of the wake and interment to follow,” she composed.


“Much obliged to you for your thoughts and prayers through this difficult time,” Jocson added.

A subsequent statement from the Cojuangco family said that the administrator passed on Tuesday morning.

“We feel settled realizing that he can rest now. We might want to memorialize him by commending his awesome life at The Heritage Memorial Park from Wednesday to Friday, Feb. 23 to 25, at 9 a.m. to 12 PM, and in Tarlac on Saturday, Feb. 26 at 10 a.m. to 12 PM. Much obliged to you for your prayers and support during this difficult time especially for Charlie’s family,” it read.

Rep. Cojuangco, 58, was the youngest son of previous Tarlac lead representative and Nationalist People’s Coalition (NPC) figurehead, the late Danding Cojuangco.

On Oct. 26, 2021, the congressman was driving in a circuit race when he suffered aneurysm in the mind and crashed his race vehicle. He went through surgery just later.

The occurrence happened just 16 days after he wedded Jocson at the San Sebastian Tarlac Cathedral. The couple had a common wedding in Paniqui, Tarlac in April 2021.

Prior to his mishap, Rep. Conjuangco was competing for a third term as Tarlac 1st district congressman in the May 2022 polls. He was substituted by his son, Jaime.

A leader and a friend

House Speaker Lord Allan Velasco, in a statement Tuesday evening, said, “We are profoundly saddened to learn of the passing of our dear partner, Tarlac 1st District Rep. Carlos ‘Charlie’ Cojuangco.”

“The House of Representatives mourns the loss of one of its prominent political party leaders. His troublesome demise leaves a void in the Nationalist People’s Coalition and the whole House supermajority coalition. We have lost a pioneer and a friend,” noted Velasco.

“May he rest in harmony, and may his family track down solace during this difficult time. He will be significantly missed,” he added.

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