- Actress Isabel Granada passed away after being on comatose.
- Her family confirmed the news via Social Media.
- Tributes from friends and people from the show-business showed their sorrow over her death.
Isabel Granada sadly passed away after being in a coma for two weeks. The actress was on a business trip with her partner Arnel Cowley when she lost consciousness because of an aneurysm.
The actress was rushed to the Hamad General Hospital in Doha after a fan meet-and-greet last October 25. The doctors declared her brain-dead last October 27.
Confirmation of Her Immediate Family
This was confirmed by her ex-husband, Jericho Genasky Aguas on Facebook. Aguas, who also visited her while in the hospital, posted several photos of them together and wrote:
Malaki ang naging parte mo sa aking buhay.. Binigyan mo ako ng isang gwapot (sic) matalinong anak, makulay ang 14 yrs nating pagsasama… Sa lahat… Mula sa aking pusot kaluluwa.. Maraming maraming salamat… pahinga ka na… paalam Isa…
Isabel’s cousin, Joseph Rivera, also posted an official statement on behalf of the actress’ husband.
Cowley previously said that Isabel suffered from a “brain hemorrhage which indicates an aneurysm and in turn, affected her heart” that lead to her being on comatose.
Tributes from Her Friends and Colleagues
Tributes began to pour in after the news of Isabel’s death at the age of 41. She left her husband and a son.
Her former love-team partner and good friend thanked the actress for all the moments they shared together.
Another close friend of hers, Bianca Lapus, also said that she was grateful for the two decades of friendship they shared.
I really thought Isabel Granada would pull through. My heart goes out to her family, especially her young son. RIP🙏🏻
— Ma. Assunta Ledesma (@Samledesma) November 4, 2017
May you rest in peace, ate Isabel Granada. 😔🙏🏼💔
— Maxene Magalona (@maxenemagalona) November 4, 2017
Nakakalungkot naman… may you rest in peace, Ms. Isabel. Deepest condolences to her family and loved ones. ☹️
— Maine Mendoza (@mainedcm) November 4, 2017
Death is indeed inevitable. As long as you are with your loved ones, cherish the times you are together. May you rest in peace, Miss Isabel Granada.