In a letter dated April 12, 2010 addressed to the Chapel Manager of St. Peter Chapels – Davao City, the Honorable U.S. Consul MICHAEL E. GARROTE, Chief of the American Citizens Services of the U.S. Embassy, expressed the deep appreciation of the U.S. Embassy for the “professionalism and compassion” that St. Peter Chapels has shown in the services for the late Carl Edwin Daniels, an American national serviced by St. Peter Chapels – Davao City last August 2009. The US Consul wrote that the service of St. Peter Chapels was exceptional and that the Embassy was impressed. To quote the pertinent portions of the letter:
“I am writing in reference to the death of American Citizen, Carl Edwin Daniels on August 30, 2009 in Davao City.
The American Citizens Services of the US Embassy Manila is tasked with the responsibility of extending service and protection to its citizens. We have dealt with a lot of funeral homes in the Philippines and have been particularly impressed with the kind of professionalism and compassion that you have shown regarding Mr. Daniel’s death.
We thank you for your exceptional assistance in having the remains of Mr. Carl Edwin Daniels laid to rest.
Again, please accept our deep appreciation.”
Michael E. Garrote
Chief, American Citizens Services
Consul, United States of America
“We are grateful for the favorable testimonial of the Honorable Consul Michael Garrote. We always strive to provide reliable and outstanding DeathCare services not just for the Filipino but also for any nationality who will be needing immediate services any time and anywhere in the Philippines,” said Jason Vitangcol, General Manager of St. Peter Chapels.
On top of its superb DeathCare services, St. Peter Chapels is also known for its innovative value-added services collectively referred to as the St. Peter eServices, specifically:
1. eBurol (online viewing),
2. eLibing (online interment),
3. Timeless Tribute (life-story audio-visual presentation) and,
4. St. Peter’s Gate (memorial networking site)