MRS. REMEDIOS CABAGNOT (in wheelchair) clutches proudly the Congressional Gold Medal that she received on behalf of her late husband, Servillano J. Cabagnot, during ceremonies on April 9th at the 76th Bataan Day of Valor commemoration in the Philippine Consulate General in Chicago, Illinois while another survivor, Mr. Jerry B. Clarito (extreme right) also holds the Congressional Gold Medal on behalf of his later father, Juan J. Clarito. Looking on from right are Al Cabagnot, Tess Gutierrez, Manny Luna and Joseph G. Lariosa. (JGL Photo)
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