PRIETO, MARIO

first_img83, of Bayonne, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on September 28, 2017. Born in Cebreros Spain, Mario was the owner operator of Lou’s Gulf Service Station at 9th St. and Avenue C in Bayonne and was a founding member of The Spanish American Club. Mario was the husband to Elena (nee: Robledo) Prieto and the father to Charlie Prieto and wife Laura, Elena Feijoo and husband Manny and to Peter Prieto and wife Diana. He was also grandfather to Christopher and wife Cara, Alissa, Matthew, Monica, Sophia, Nadia and Ella and great-grandfather to Maxwell. Surviving Mario are his sisters Carmen Corral and Magdelena Ceide and her husband Raul and well as a host of family members and friends both here and abroad. In lieu of flowers, please donate in Mario’s memory to The American Cancer Society with a link found at www.MigliaccioFuneralHome.com. Funeral arrangements by MIGLIACCIO Funeral Home, 851 Kennedy Blvd.last_img read more

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first_imgLATEST STORIES SMALL MARKETGai said the Philippines is among the least invested countries in terms of venture capitalists and angel investors coming in.He said the country is still a small market but is located in Asia, a region that’s expected to grow fast and where opportunities are found anywhere.Read Next SMC bags Bulacan airport project Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities PLAY LIST 03:26PCSO to focus on improving transparency of gaming activities01:39Sotto open to discuss, listen to pros and cons of divorce bill06:02Senate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreements01:50Palace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spike01:49House seeks probe on ‘massive corruption’ in PCSO01:37PCSO estimates P250M in Lotto revenue loss due to suspension View comments Carpio gets nominated as CJ for 4th time WHAT WENT BEFORE: Dengvaxia is world’s first dengue vaccine Painters refuse to go quietly MOST READ Gai set the IT world afire with his visit of 29 countries this year to research on startup enterprises and released his initial World Startup Report in an international conference in Boracay called “Geeks on a Beach” last Sept. 27.“While I’m here, I think that is the best way I can help typhoon victims at the same time help out local startup companies,” he said.FEATURED STORIESNEWSINFOSenate to probe Tolentino’s ‘novel legal theories’ on oral agreementsNEWSINFOLocsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilegeNEWSINFOPalace open to make Dengvaxia usable again as dengue cases spikeGai visited the Cebu campus of the University of the Philippines.Gai said that he would stay in the country for six months, mostly in Cebu, to finish writing his world report. Locsin wants to drop ‘visas upon arrival’ privilege California IT entrepreneur Bowei Gai, who made his fortune with a calling card application that was sold to LinkedIn, has his own relief operation for typhoon Yolanda victims.In an interview over the weekend, Gai, who is visiting Cebu, said he was offering an hour of one-on-one coaching for startup entrepreneurs who would donate a thousand pesos to the campaign.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Baybayin revival makes native PH history hip Interested startup entrepreneurs can e-mail him at [email protected] and set an appointment with him in a coffeeshop in the city.MORE STORIESnewsinfoPM Boris Johnson visits Belfast as Brexit woes hurt UK economynewsinfoNorth Korea says it tested new rocket systemnewsinfoSen. Pia Cayetano: Judge our clan based on performanceMORE STORIESnewsinfoPM Boris Johnson visits Belfast as Brexit woes hurt UK economynewsinfoNorth Korea says it tested new rocket systemnewsinfoSen. Pia Cayetano: Judge our clan based on performance“I can make myself available for one session everyday while I’m here,” he said.After leaving his Silicon Valley job following the sale of “Cardmunch” and traveling around the world, Gai is looking for new opportunities to develop IT and business talent.He said the startup community in the country is still very young and needs an environment or an ecosystem that encourages its growth and is not afraid to try new ideas that is relevant to a community.“Say for Cebu, a tool that integrates all jobs posted in all major job websites in the country,” he suggested.ADVERTISEMENT PH protests Chinese boat swarm, warship passagelast_img read more