Golden Haven Memorial Parks
A piece of heaven where beauty and serenity abounds.

I am Golden Haven...

It was in 1984 when I responded to a need, for people to move on, who were then reeling from the financial setbacks that characterized those times. Starting with just 2 hectares in Las Pinas, I gave people a chance to start all over again. * Many years after, I began to expand my reach, opening one in Cebu in 2003, followed by Cagayan De Oro in 2008, and Zamboanga in 2009, Santuario de San Ezekiel Moreno in Las Piñas in 2011, Iloilo in 2013 and Bulacan in 2015. Soon to open in Pampanga and Nueva Vizcaya. Through all those years, and even up to now, I see to it that my parks serve as a sanctuary, a final refuge. I work hard to make my parks beautiful, and strive to preserve them, as a fitting memorial to a departed loved one. And provide the calm and acceptance that people who are left behind yearn for. My parks are lush with verdant greens and manicured lawns on rolling terrains. Dotted with acacia trees that bask in the warmth of the sun. With magnificent statuaries that inspire, that bring hope. For a quiet solitude that comforts, for the peace that remembering brings. I am Golden Haven.

I am filled with moving stories of people, of family and friends, of rich and poor alike, who desire to be laid to rest in the most beautiful memorial park their eyes have seen. Of wishes that I be made their final resting place made true. Of young people who desire to honor their parents. To preserve their memory. I am enduring. I am Golden Haven. I believe in a person’s right to be laid to rest in a place that gives honor and dignity. And so I feel for those who, despite having so little in life, still chose me to be their final resting place. For I am Golden Haven. I am the legacy that people desire to have. I am memories preserved for a lifetime. I am the solitude that one seeks. I am endearing. I am enduring. I am the most beautiful memorial park.


*During those times, the real estate market was down. And instead of letting go of its people, my founder, who by then had a growing housing and real estate development business, decided to open a 2-hectare memorial park in Las Pinas. It was far easier to sell a small burial plot than a house and lot.