Remberto “Bert” Nable

 

Remberto “Bert” Nable, loving husband of Pilar Sarthou Nable for the last 55 years, passed away peacefully with his wife and family members by his side on May 3, 2018 after several months of battling cancer.

Bert was born on February 5, 1937 in Manila, Philippines.  He attended the University of the East in the Philippines, earning his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration in 1960.  He began working at the Philippine Commercial & Industrial Bank as a manager in the general accounting division shortly after graduation.  He met Pilar Sarthou in June of 1961 and they married on July 6, 1963.  They had three children: Mylene, Sheila and Kevin.  They migrated to the United States in 1976 and settled in Seattle, Washington.  He worked in the accounting divisions of the SeaFirst Bank, Northwest Kidney Center, then at the U.S. Post Office.  He retired from the U.S. Post Office on September 2, 2001.

Bert was known for his devotion to his wife and family throughout their entire life together.  He loved the numerous parties that he and Pilar hosted, family outings, road trips and traveling. Bert is survived by his wife, Pilar, his three children, Mylene (Ben) Claveria, Sheila deVera, and Kevin (Lovejoy) Nable, and his grandchildren, Jordan, Kalena, and Dylan Claveria, Serena DeVera, and Kaleb, Cameron, Isaiah and Jayden Nable.

 

 

Other details regarding Funeral and Internment:

Viewing and Rosary

Christ the King Church
415 N 117th Street
Seattle, Washington
Friday, May 11, 2018
Viewing:  5:00pm to 7:00pm
Rosary:  7:00pm to 8:00pm

 

Funeral Mass

Christ the King Church
415 N 117th Street
Seattle, Washington
Saturday, May 12, 2018 at 10:00 am

 

Internment

Holyrood Catholic Cemetery
205 Northeast 205th Street
Shoreline, Washington

Thank You

…to everyone for coming to celebrate the life of Remberto Nable. We thank you for the encouraging visits, comfort­ing phone calls, caring text messages and emails, beautiful flower arrangements, and sincere words of solace. The outpouring of support means so much to our family and he would be truly humbled to know that his life touched so many people.


 

Here is a video montage of Remberto’s life with family and friends:

 

 

3 Responses to “Remberto “Bert” Nable”

  • Kelly and Lanelle Martin says:

    Papa Bert…Precious man, precious life, precious and priceless moments that will never be forgotten. This brought flowing tears to my eyes. Our love and prayers for Papa Bert’s entire family who are his legacy.

    2 Thessalonians 3:16 King James Version (KJV)
    Now the Lord of peace himself give you peace always by all means. The Lord be with you all.

    With our love and deepest condolences, The Martin Family

  • Gauiran Family of Corito (Socorro) says:

    Prayerful thoughts for the repose of the soul of Bert, and those who mourn his passing.

    Crisselda “Dang” Sarthou-Schultz (granddaughter of Chito) sends her condolences as well, and adds “will pray po for the whole family, glad i was still able to meet him kahit once..”

  • Debbie Summers says:

    My heart goes out to the Nable family. I will always remember my time with your family and how you took me in as one of your own, and always bent over backwards! They always made sure I was comfortable (and fed) even when I wasn’t hungry…”Debbie, come and eat (me: no thank you)…COME AND EAT!” Loved him!! Please let me know if we can be of any help. Love you all!

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