Bro. Atty. Marson Baciles joined his Creator on March 13, 2017.
Below are testimonials from fraternity brothers who know him well.
Testimonial from brod Morris Marco Lim:
“He is from bagac bataan, ab political science batch 2006 kami. We entered law school the same year (2006). Kami magkasama kinausap ni brod ferdie para sa tau kappa nung first day. Batchname “The One” kasi magisa lang siya sa initiation. Simula palang ng law school gusto nya n pumasok sa tkp. Nauna lang talaga kmi kasi nasa bataan siya nung nainitiate kmi then after 1 month siya na mismo mag1 nagsabi n gusto nya na mainitiate sa tkp. Relax lang lagi yan sa pagaaral since college. Kahit bumabagsak kmi sa simula e basta sabihin lng nyang “Yari na Satin yan nextime” e siguradong makakakuha ng mataas n score yan 90 pataas. Ganun din siya sa FEU IL. One take lang yan sa bar at hindi nko ngtaka kasi pag sinabi nga nyang papasa e papasa nga.. nasa PAO siya sa batangas. Wife nya Karen Malabanan from San Jose Batangas. Anak nya Migo.”
Testimonial from brod Allan Baculo:
At the first instance, please let me start by saying that Bro. Marson and I are not in that level where we know each other inside out. Some of our TAU KAPPAN brethren are even more qualified to describe how Bro. Marson is as a person/friend. But after learning what happened to him, I felt the need of giving a short eulogy for him. I met Bro. Marson in the halls of Far Eastern University after he was accepted to our brotherhood. From our brief meetings on fraternity gatherings/activities, I can say that Bro. Marson is someone who would offer a helping hand to anyone. What happened to our departed brother was so abrupt that anybody who knows him is still in utter shock. Unpredictable. Unbelievable. It becomes a reminder that our earthly life is merely a borrowed time and maybe taken at any time by our Creator. May this piece serves as a note for our families and TAU KAPPAN brethren that we must cherish every memory/time that we spend together. That every contact, communication and bonding with each other are important moments of love, friendship and camaraderie. Bro. Marson, wherever you are, please know that it is a blessing to have known you. May you find peace in your journey on the other life. Incongruous it may seem to chant at this time our tradition of making every brother proud, but please allow us to render our TAU KAPPAN salute to your memory and announce with pride: MABUHAY KA BRO. ATTY. MARSON U. BACILES! Farewell brother.