COLLEGE of Science professor Lito Maranan was awarded the “Silver Humanitarian Service Cross” last December 15 by the Philippine National Red Cross for his commitment to the goals of the non-government organization.

“His life was committed to orienting impressionable young minds regarding the humanitarian pursuits of the Red Cross. His life is dedicated to instilling life-giving values of the organization,” read the certificate given to Maranan.

The Silver Humanitarian Service Cross is among the awards given by the Red Cross every two years to volunteers who have exhibited unparalleled service and promotion of Red Cross work.

Other awards given by the Red Cross include the “Gold Humanitarian Service Cross Award” and the “Aurora Aragon Quezon Award.”

Maranan was a Civil Welfare Training Service facilitator and coordinator from 2003 to 2008. He is the head of the Red Cross UST Chapter and teaches psychology in the University. Cliff Harvey C. Venzon

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