Broadcaster Dong Puno aka Ricardo Puno Jr Had Lingering Illness, Died Age 76


Dong Puno was the ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corporation’s Senior Vice President for News and Current Affairs and the ABS-CBN News Channel’s Executive Vice President.

Tear: Dong Puno Had Lingering Illness The news with respect to Dong Puno’s demise has been surfing on the web. He was notable as a veteran telecaster and previous press secretary.

As indicated by ABS-CBN, Puno died at 12:15 p.m. on February 15, 2022, because of a waiting ailment. The news was affirmed by Don’s children, Ricky and Donnie.

According to reports, he was determined to have Parkinson’s infection in 2015. It is a neurological condition that causes quakes, solidness, and trouble strolling, adjusting, and organizing.

Profession Of Broadcaster Who Died At Age 76 Dong Puno was born in Manila on January 20, 1946, and died on February 15, 2022, at age 76.

He joined AksyonTV in February 2011 and started facilitating “De Kalibre,” a week after week political investigation program. He was the host of Viewpoints, an ANC public undertakings program.

He was an individual from the Manila Overseas Press Club. From 2008 until Puno’s retirement in 2012, he was the leader of Guagua National Colleges in Guagua, Pampanga.

Dong was a senior accomplice at the Puno and Puno Law Offices, Vice President-General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Philippine Airlines, and an individual from the Philippine Panel for International Air Negotiations.

Dong Puno Wife and Children. His Family Dong Puno was hitched to Clodelsa del Castillo, and the couple had two natural children, Ricky, who was born in 1969, and Donnie, born in 1970. He lived with his nephew, Randolf del Castillo, and three grandchildren, Tana, Sandro, and Santi.

Dong was the child of Ricardo C. Puno, the previous Minister of Justice under the Marcos organization, and the brother of Ronaldo “Ronnie” Puno, the previous Secretary of the Department of Interior and Local Government.

More About Dong Puno Dong Puno got various honors in the spaces of media and regulation, including the 1985 TOYM Media Award and the KBP Golden Dove Award.

His program, Viewpoint, was enlisted into the Catholic Mass Media Hall of Fame subsequent to winning the Catholic Mass Media Awards for Best Public Affairs Programs three years straight (1984, 1985, and 1986). Dong joined DWIZ in March 2014 and started facilitating “Karambola,” a public undertakings radio program.