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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

ACCOMPLISHED | LTO RD Lutey hires SAF trooper Tria’s bro

LEGAZPI CITY—In recognition of the heroism of slain Special Action Force (SAF) trooper PSI Max Jim Tria, the government, through the Land Transportation Office (LTO), honored its commitment to provide assistance to the hero’s family.

Land Transportation Office  Regional Director Noreen San Luis-Lutey welcomes Julius, SAF trooper PSI Max Jim Tria’s brother, to the LTO family.
Thus, officially, PSI Tria’s brother Julius is now part of the LTO after he signed an employment contract with said government office this Monday at the LTO Regional Office in Rawis, Albay.
Regional Director Noreen San Luis-Lutey, Assistant Regional Director Vincent Nato and LTO-RO5 Admin. Officer were all present during the contract signing.
Also in attendance was PSI Guillermo G. Tria, the SAF trooper’s father.
This action to accommodate Julius is in conformity to a directive issued by  Assistant Secretary Atty. Alfonso V. Tan, Jr.,  the LTO RD said.
The LTO Chief, added Lutey, requested the regional office to help the fallen’s sibling secure a job.
PSI Tria is the sole fallen commando from the Bicol.
A son of Virac, Catanduanes, he gained the moniker “The Last Man Standing” after reports came out that he was the last to perish in the infamous Mamasapano clash.—BICOLSTANDARD.COM

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