Flora Gasser Obituary, Death – Flora Gasser, who had a successful career as a character actress for many decades, sadly passed away recently. Today, several members of her family have taken to various types of social media in order to inform their friends and acquaintances about her passing. Specifically, they have used Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Valerie Ocampo, Gasser’s granddaughter, was the one who first posted on Facebook that Gasser had passed away the day before, on November 21, although at the time of her post, she did not specify the cause of her passing away. Gasser’s granddaughter did not know why Gasser had passed away at the time she made her post.

In her message, she added, “Our Lola Flora Gasser passed away yesterday and is now with the Lord and with our Lolo Harry [the country’s legendary newscaster who delivered prime time news in English over one-time RPN 9].” [The article] [The piece of writing] Ocampo expressed her gratitude to the general public for their expressions of grief before informing them that a wake will be held for her grandmother at Peter’s Chapel Commonwealth in the city of Quezon. Ocampo’s grandmother had just gone away a short while ago. “I pray that God wraps his loving arms around you, Lola Flora, and brings you peace and comfort. Mahal ka po namin.

Continued posting on the topic “I want to convey my gratitude to you for being the humorous and caring Lola that you are. I know that Daddy and Grandpa will be there with you as well. You are not going to be overlooked at any point in time. I’m sorry hindi ako naka abot magbigay ulit ng pang granola and milk mo like the last time.” In a letter that she penned to their acclaimed matriarch, one of their other granddaughters named Sarah Aguinaldo paid tribute to the family’s esteemed grandmother. Sarah Aguinaldo said in the letter, “I will always be proud of the fact that my grandmother was an artist lol.” [Citation needed]

Even though there is no easily accessible record of Gasser’s date of birth, her career in the entertainment industry can be traced all the way back to the 1970s. Gasser began her career as a model in the 1950s and went on to become an actress. In the 1950s, Gasser began her career in the modeling industry, and she later transitioned into the acting industry. Her performance in the leading soap opera “Flordeluna” as the animated nanny of Janice de Belen and Herbert Bautista will be especially remembered to fans who followed the show throughout the 1980s because it was shown during that decade.