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About Marian

Marian Memorial Chapels opened its doors for business on October 20, 1991 as a family owned and independently operated full-service mortuary.   The family intended to provide a funeral home where all would feel welcome, where fine facilities are available, sensitive staff abound, and true personal service can be found.  And they wanted to provide the quality service at a fair price.  It was first managed by two brothers – the eldest of four siblings and the youngest of the three boys. Marian Chapels

After working for 6 years at Arlington Memorial Chapels along Araneta Avenue in Quezon City under his uncle, who owns it, the eldest came up with the idea of putting up a funeral home in their family property along Marcos Highway in Antipolo City.  With the help of his uncle, he learned the business well, got his embalmer’s license, and garnered the nerve to venture on his own with his family’s support.

Their family is a native of Calumpang, Marikina.  Their parents were both professionals – their father was an electrical engineer for Meralco while their mom was an OB-GYNE doctor at St. Luke’s Hospital.  Being loving parents, they gave their blessing for the venture and allowed the use of their land.  Construction began in mid-1991 for a 3-chapel establishment.

The first couple of years were very challenging, and it proved to be too taxing for the younger sibling.   He left his older brother to look for greener pasture on his own to support his new family.   The eldest was determined to succeed so he plowed ahead on his own.  He tried new marketing strategies to get the Marian name recognized and patronized within the immediate areas and forged tie-ups with insurance companies – Pacific Plans (now APEC), Prudentialife, and Philam Life (now PhilPlans) – as an accredited servicing mortuary.

Within 3-5 years through sheer determination, the eldest was able to turn things around.   By 2002, MMCI was able to add a second floor to the existing structure and double its number of chapels.

In 2006, MMCI decided to incorporate.   In early 2007, it employed the services of FPD Global & FPD Asia to help manage the property by providing a general manager, to give MMCI a more strategic direction, and to help certify MMCI as a 9001:2008 ISO company.

Presently, Marian Memorial Chapels continues to operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, employs over 30 diligent staff, handles roughly 25-35 cases per month, and now includes Cocoplans, Cocolife, Eternal Plans, Provident Plans, and Paz Life Plans as strategic business partners.

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Marian Memorial Chapels was established along Marcos Highway in Antipolo by the Siasoco Family on October 20, 1991.  The Siasoco Family of Calumpang, Marikina set out to serve God and to make a difference in their community by providing honest, sincere, and quality funeral services.


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Marian turned 21 years old on October 20, 2012.  A small celebration was held to praise God and to give Him all the honor and glory for blessing Marian and its employees.  The small gathering also enabled Marian to thank its strategic business partners for helping Marian to be a blessing to others.

Marian started with only 3 chapels on the ground floor and 4 employees.  Today, it has twice the capacity and operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with over 30 very dedicated employees.  MMCI is also an accredited servicing mortuary of APEC Plans (formerly Pacific Plans), PhilPlans (formerly Philam Life Plans), Cocoplans, Cocolife, Eternal Plans, Provident Plans, Paz Life Plans, and New GlobalBiz.


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In its 21 years, Marian Memorial Chapels has made a positive difference in the community and it has touched the lives of many families in their times of grief.  And it is the vision and mission of Marian Memorial Chapels to be known wherever Filipinos are as the most sincere and conscientious provider of utmost care and affection in the final celebration of life.  The employees of Marian aim and constantly challenge themselves to consistently provide exceptional customer service and personally help grieving families cope with the loss of their loved ones.

As a final note, we’d like to share what the president of Marian always tells his employees, “It’s not all about money; it’s all about doing good to others and pleasing God.”

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Our Vision…

Marian Memorial Chapels will be known wherever Filipinos are as the most sincere and conscientious provider of utmost care and affection in the final celebration of life.
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Our Mission is

* To serve as a central gathering place for family and friends to give emotional and physical support to one another.

* To allow mourners to remember and honor their loved one in a special way.

* To confirm the reality and finality of the death.

* To initiate the grieving process.

* To encourage mourners to face the pain of their loss and express their thoughts and feelings.

* To help survivors to better cope with their grief and enable them to move forward with their lives.

* To acknowledge that life has been lived.

* To provide closure for the bereaved.

Our Core Purpose: (why we exists)

Providing utmost care and affection in the final celebration of life

Our Core Values: (values we believe in)

* Integrity

In the conduct of our business, we will be guided by what is ethical, fair, and right.  We believe in profit with honor and are committed to good governance and the highest moral standards.

* Customer Satisfaction

We will be our customers’ preferred choice.  They will choose our services above others because we provide them with services that exceed their expectations.

* Passion for Success

We will constantly strive for excellence.  We will be the best we can be and create value in everything we do.  We will be proactive and entrepreneurial, propelled by a sense of urgency, competitiveness, and total dedication to results.

* Innovativeness

We will encourage creativity and ingenuity in our processes, systems, and services.  We will be forever challenging ourselves and constantly looking for ways to outdo ourselves, always striving to be first to anticipate customer needs, and deliver something better.

* Teamwork

With trust and respect for each other and with unity in purpose, we will look toward our shared aspirations, transcending boundaries along functional and organizational lines.

*   Respect for Our Employees

We recognize our employees as individuals and are committed to nurturing their individual capabilities.  We will uplift the dignity of labor by encouraging our people to be the best in their fields.  We are committed to creating a work environment that encourages open communication, camaraderie, personal development, and professional growth.