Eternal Gardens, one of the leading memorial park developers in the Philippines, has acquired a 9-hectare property in Brgy. Pacol, Naga City, to establish its 14th memorial park. The acquisition was formalized in a ceremonial signing recently held in Makati City.
Following the success of the company’s first memorial park in Brgy. Balatas, Naga City, the decision to develop a second park in the Bicol region was motivated by the unwavering trust the community has bestowed upon Eternal Gardens. This new venture stands as a testament to the relationship between the company and the people it has been privileged to serve.
D. Edgard A. Cabangon, Chairman, and CEO of Eternal Gardens, expressed his heartfelt appreciation, saying, “The establishment of our 14th memorial park in Brgy. Pacol, Naga City, is a reflection of the unyielding trust placed in us by the people of Naga. We are deeply inspired by the people’s confidence in the eternal brand of excellence in memorial care. In return, the least that we can do is to deliver a world-class memorial park and excellent memorial services for the Nagueños.”
Furthermore, he emphasized that this undertaking is a continuation of the legacy left by his late father, Amb. Antonio L. Cabangon Chua, the visionary founder of Eternal Gardens. The company was founded in 1976 with a mission to provide the Filipino people with unparalleled memorial care services.
Eternal Gardens has carved a distinguished reputation for itself since its inception, developing 13 memorial parks strategically located across key cities in the Philippines. As part of the esteemed Eternal Memorial Group, alongside sister companies Eternal Chapels, Eternal Crematory, and Eternal Plans, the company has consistently demonstrated its commitment to upholding the highest standards in the industry.