Former Camarines Sur representative Rolando “Nonoy” Andaya Jr. passed away on Thursday morning, according to his family.
Nonoy the ninth secretary of the Department of Budget and Management and the 32nd majority floor leader of the House. He served as the first congressional district representative for Camarines Sur from 1998 until 2006. He was one of the 40 lawmakers who signed the impeachment objection against Joseph Estrada. The country’s first president, in October 2000.
His children Ranton and Katrina posted a notice of his passing on their Facebook page, but they did not provide any information on the circumstances of Nonoy’s passing. Age-wise, he was 53.
Cause of Death and Obituary for Nonoy Andaya
The Filipino politician and attorney discovered dead inside his Naga City home. According to the early police reports, with a bullet wound to the head.
The Bicol Regional Police Office stated that when his assistant hurried to his room after hearing a gunshot, he was already dead. Although Naga City police referred to it as a “suicide occurrence,” the regional police report did not identify it as a suicide case.
They claimed that since nobody in the vicinity of his home. When the incident occurred, Nonoy most likely committed suicide. However, they can’t be certain for sure without waiting for the results of the inquiry and postmortem.
His well-wishers received the message via Ranton and Katrina’s father’s official Facebook page.
Details About Nonoy Andaya Wife And Kids
Marissa Mercado-Andaya, a legislator and former member of the House of Representatives, was the wife of Rolando “Nonoy” Andaya Jr.
In addition, there is no information on their relationship or wedding. The couple had two kids: Katrina M. Andaya, a daughter, and Rolando Andaya IV, a son. Rolando Andaya Sr., a former congressman, and Rita Gutierrez were Nonoy’s parents. His grandfather, Tomas Andaya, was elected mayor of Ragay, Camarines Sur, in the 1960s.
The political history of his city has been intertwined with his entire family tree. From 2013 to 2016, his older brother Maribel Andaya-Eusebio served as mayor of Pasig.
Marissa Andaya his wife passed away from cancer in 2020
On July 5, 2020, Marissa Mercado Andaya, a former representative for Camarines Sur, passed away after a battle with cancer, as her husband Rolando Andaya announced the following day on his Facebook page.
Since the coronavirus pandemic shut down the entire island of Luzon in March, Mrs. Andaya reportedly persisted to visit her voters in the First District of Camarines Sur despite being ill.