He finds time to walk his ship from stem to stern to ask his crew how they are. He is always above board – answering every single question and message from his people, across placid seas and perfect storm. He safely navigated our ship, making sure all clients get the best service possible. He understands that the success of any voyage rests entirely in the crews’ happiness.
Ladies and gentlemen, with a heavy heart, may I share to you this Farewell Message from the Ship Captain SDS Genis S. Murallos, Ed.D., CESO V:
“I would like to thank everyone for the cooperation and support you have extended to me for the past two years, three months and two weeks.
Steering the 57 year old division office was not an easy task. I have to make sure that it does not deviate from our intended course as provided in our DEDP. It was my responsibility to ensure that we reach port safe and sound for every voyage that we make.
It was also my desire to keep everyone happy for us to have a harmonious working relationship with each other for us to be able keep our clients happy and satisfied. I believe we must have achieved this desire since there was no mutiny during our voyages. Or maybe, everyone was just forgiving, that’s why even if we are all imperfect shipmates, we tend to give space and ready to give the benefit of the doubt to anyone who must have hurt us.
I thank God, the real captain of the ship for His guidance and for providing me wisdom and strength, patience and love to serve.
We could have travel together to many other ports, but the higher management ordered to change skippers.
As I disembark this vessel called Southern Leyte Division, may I encourage you to warmly welcome your new skipper, Dr. Pedro T. Escobarte, Jr. PhD, CESO V. Allow him to exercise his leadership while he sails with you. Bon Voyage. Hasta la vista.”
SDS GENIS S. MURALLOS, Ed.D, CESO V