Wyndell Tapere: A single dad’s story
WYNDELL Tapere, 39, never thought that he would become an “inatay” (ina at tatay) or a father-mother figure, at such a young age.
Since his wife, Vanessa, died four years ago, the 39-year-old father of five from San Fernando, Cebu had to juggle work and family time.
Tapere told SunStar Cebu that it was the Japanese martial art of karate that brought him and his wife together.
He and his wife first met as students of a defunct karate club at the University of San Jose-Recoletos back in their college days.
Source: Local News
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