The remains of actress Isabel Granada will be brought to Manila on Wednesday night from Qatar, where she passed away on Saturday, November 4. It is expected to arrive in Manila on Thursday, November 9.
The family has decided to hold a two-day wake starting Friday, November 10 at the Sanctuario de San Jose parish in Greenhills East, Mandaluyong, where the public can pay their last respects to the actress, before she is cremated on Sunday, November 12.
Her “That’s Entertainment” collegue Chuckie Dreyfus released the official schedule of Isabel Granada’s wake and funeral on Facebook Thursday.
Public viewing will be on November 10 and 11 (Friday and Saturday) from 10am to 5pm. On Sunday, November 12, she will be transported to Arlington at 11:30am, where the funeral mass will take place before cremation.
Granada fell into coma on October 24 due to aneurusm and was declared brain dead by doctors in Qatar on October 27. She flew to Qatar on October 17 upon an invitation to be a spokesperson at the Philippine Trade and Tourism Conference.