Angara, Ejercito remember ‘simple’ businessman Levy Laus

By: - Reporter / @KHallareINQ
/ 05:28 PM April 25, 2019
Angara, Ejercito remember 'simple' businessman Levy Laus

Liberto “Levy” Laus/PHOTO from the Pampanga Chamber of Commerce and Industry website

MANILA, Philippines—Senators Sonny Angara and JV Ejercito remembered the late businessman Liberto “Levy” Laus who died in a helicopter crash on Thursday.

Laus, the chairman and founder of the LausGroup of Companies, was among the three fatalities reported when a private helicopter crashed into a fishpond in Barangay Anilao, Malolos, Bulacan.


READ: Businessman Levy Laus dead in Bulacan chopper crash

Angara tweeted his condolences to the family and associates of Laus.


“RIP Levy Laus. Condolences to his family friends and associates,” Angara said.

Meanwhile, Ejercito remembered Laus, who he calls as his “brother” at the Junior Chamber International of the Philippines, saying: “A very good and simple man in spite his many successes.”


The late 68-year-old business magnate’s LausGroup of Companies is a diversified conglomerate of the automotive dealership and is considered the largest multi-brand network in the country today,  the company’s website says.


Aside from Laus, the crash killed the pilot, who was yet to be identified by authorities.

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