Gordon saddened by passing of Dr. Kathlynne Senen: ‘An epitome of a fighter and a hero’
Senator Richard Gordon is mourning the loss of a health frontliner in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Kathlynne Anne Senen, a neonatologist, passed away on Sunday after battle with the coronavirus infection.
“I was deeply saddened when I learned that Dr. Kathlynne Ann Senen had passed away this morning. She was a neonatologist who dedicated her time and expertise caring for sick newborns especially during this pandemic,” Gordon said in a Facebook post.
Gordon said Senen was confined at the Philippine General Hospital where she had
continuous blood transfusion. He said the Philippine Red Cross provided 122 units of blood to the beloved doctor “but earlier today, she joined our Creator.”
Gordon paid tribute to Senen, calling her a hero and a fighter.
“Dr. Kathlynne Anne Senen was an epitome of a fighter and a hero who wanted nothing else but the safety of the people,” he said.
He also offered his deepest condolences to the family of Senen, saying he prays they may find solace in their time of grief.
“Dr. Senen may have gone ahead, but she will always be remembered for the great legacy she left behind,” the senator said.