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GA-WARMUP NA ANG TANAN PARA SA TANJAY FIESTA '96!
Saturday and Sunday, July 20 & 21
Vol 1, Num 4(June-July, 1996) ---- Page 1 ---- Published by TANJAY ASSOCIATION, USA
WARM-UP PICNIC WAS A HIT - Daghang nangasala-ag apan wala'y gabagulbul. L-R, 1st row: Annie Piñero*, Braddock, Lualhati Zerna-Colgrove*, Quirining Navarro-San Diego, Marianne Allera-Fayssoux*, Jean Gonzales-Piñero with Margaret anak ni Gigi, Josie Castañares- Flores, Tio Temiong Cusio and Douglas Lopez*. 2nd row sitting, L-R: Zani Silva-Gonzales, Paraluman Zerna-Tabuena, Tia Dading Villahermosa, Tia Ita Limbaga-Cusio, Inday Marie Zerna, former Tanjay First Lady Mrs Frances W. Teves, former AFS Scholar to Tanjay Elaine Parker, Gigi Villahermosa-Rodriguez*, and Mariles Pastor-Chlentzos (daughter of Salome Calumpang- Pastor) with kids Michelle and Baby Megan. Standing, L-R: Fred Laspiñas, Gerard Gorospe, Fe Señeris, vocalist Jun Laxina, Luther Bridges, Melo Teves, a Guest, Precy Torres-Laxina*, Grace Laspiñas, Tita Cusio-Gorospe*, Badingding Señeris-Gil* , Bobbob Flores, Sally de la Cruz*, Adelina Laspiñas, Fern Teves-Cruz*, Zenaida Duran-Bennett*, Frank Cedrome, Betsy Lauengco- Cedrome, Dr Rose Ybañez-Utzurrum, Dr Richard Fayssoux, Alice Calumpang*, Fatima, Bobbins, Margie and Mikki. Not in photo are: a) Danny Gil and George Palencia*, who took the pictures, and b) several other Tanjayanons mga gahi'g ulo nga bisa'g guipanawag na kay magparetrato wala manindog kay gapunay pa gyug tabi. (*Incumbent officers of the Association)

GA-WARMUP NA ANG TANAN PARA SA TANJAY FIESTA....Sus, wala na maka-hulat ang mga kundatan ug mga ga-gilok ug ti-il .... naga-warm-up na ug jam session ug picnic, in preparation for the Big Fiesta celebration in July.

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Da Jam Session

Held, as usual, at the Danny and Badingding's balay on May 11. Actually, it was a joint affair between the UPSCA and the Tanjay Gang. Predictably, lupig jud ang mga UPSCAns, kay kinsa ma'y maka-piri ug Tanjayanon on the dance floor?.... Si Gigi Villahermosa ug si Jean Piñero ang mga dance instructresses. Gi-guyod ning Gigi ang usa ka UPSCan, Johnny Balaoing, nga intawon heart transplant patient! Pero enjoy ra pud siya kaayo, kay the exertion kono was just what the doctor ordered (tingali ang doctor niya taga-Tanjay, hahahaha!)....Rustica Ybañez Utzurrum was one of the guests; ga-bakasyon from her retirement back home....Nanga-banhaw si Ricky & Louie Teves ug si Douglas & Remy Lopez.... Dala ug birthday cake si Alice para ni Lillian Zerna, kay adlaw ning Lillian. Ga-dala jud ug dinugo-an, Tanjay style (kadtong may tanglad ug "pity" leaves - dahon sa kalo-oy gud)....Of course duna'y bud-bud, gikan ning Douglas - hurot dayon! .... Hasta ang Tango, Tanjay style (kadto bang aswat-aswaton ang ti-il, mora'g hapit maka-tunob ug ta-e sa kanding)....Surprise guest was Fred Torres, anak ning Anhing Tio Narciso ug Tia Rading Torres (kadtong may Catholic bookstore). Fred was an escort of his UPSCAN wife Cora..... The next warm-up jam session is scheduled for June 15 ...konohay "meeting of officers." Any excuse will do!
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Da Picnic
It was held on May 18 at Rynerson Park in Lakewood (sa Southern California). Si Danny Gil nangadlawon harong maka-kuha ug lugar. Ang menu was bulad ug lechon - lima kono ka klaseng bulad! Manti-aw, maayo gani kay wala mi gipalayas sa Park authorities, kay ti-a mo ba ang mga baho nga ang-lutaw throughout the Park!.... The lechon was donated by Jimmy & Lillian Zerna - kay
Another happy picnic scene: Clockwise from top left: Quirining, Precy, Za ni, Tia Ita, Tia Dading, and Paraluman. Pretty smiles
before the camera pero ang mata tu-a sa lamesa.


gi-extend ang celebration of Lillian's birthday (bason na lang ug ang extension hangtud sa piesta sa Julio?)....The usual gang was there: Tia Eta Cusio, Tia Renggie, Gina Villegas, Paraluman, the Zernas, Bobbob Flores, Braddock & Alice Calumpang, Pero MILAGRO! Wala'y MAHJONGG! As one Intsik would say, "How dat can be??" (And as a Japanese would respond, "Waray ga-dara ug ramisa!") Therefore, ang mga "kupanyeros" nama-uli ug sayo harong maka-quorum jud.... Unya kay wala manga-balaw, next day kumbira na pud: bunyag sa anak ning Barry & May Teves. More lechon. (Ug duna'y mga Jewish and Moslem readers, siguro maga-sirko-sirko na ang mga tiyan sa pag-binasa kabahin sa lechon....!)
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Na, until the real thing na lang jud....abangan ang karugtong....

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DOWN MEMORY LANE....
One of our kinahams, when we get together, is to reminisce about our childhood in Tanjay. We think this is a good way for us to "return to our roots," and in each issue, we hope to feature a "peborit estorya sa atong kinabuhi kani-adto sa Tanjay...." (Ma-ilhan jud ninyo nga usahay tapolan na ning editor ug huna-huna ug things to write about! Si Braddock man gud, siging ga-ngasa ug publish anader issue!) So, you are most welcome to send us your account of "Gahapon Lamang....".
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To start with, here is Falang's estorya of her memorable "Flores de Mayo" (maayo jud diay ning editor
ta kay maka-unata sa pila,
no????)
I was taking Catechism under Padre Florencio Gabas, along
with manyother kids who
were in the Flores de Mayo program. Ga-sugod mi ug pungko sa mga bangkosa
likud; kada memorya sa usa
<>Born again, burn again, bore a gain, whatever: Resting in between tangos, cha-chas and boogies are Max Alvarado
and Errol Flynn (aka Ricky Teves and Douglas Lopez)








ka pangadye,mo-advance ug usa ka talaysa likud; kada memorya sa usa ka pangadye, mo-advance ug usa ka talay. The objective was to reach the front row - ang ma-unang maka-abut sa atubangan mahimong ANGELS during the handog sa bulak. So, naning-kamut jud ko, hangtud nga na-memorya na nako ag Kyrie Elison (ma-o ba ni ang spelling?). Naturally, ang premyo was front row, and being one of the Angels sa altar. Sus ko, nanga-sina ag akong mga barka da - si Junior Dacono, si Nardiza Zerna, Didi Limbaga, kay kono gibiya-an na nako sila. Pero lipay kaayo si Mama ug si Tia Tutang, kay si Tomboy Perla mahimo na intawong Anghel! Hala, gama jud ug pako (kadtong papel gani nga gipa-kulong ug kutsara harong mo-lukot, bali balahibo sa pako sa Anghel) - unya ag sininang puti nga ta-as ug bukton, gernalda, etc. etc. - dayong pa-retrato dayon (kay matud pa ning Anhing Lola Inding, "Kanus-a pa man ta maka-kita ning Intid nga ma-hitsura ug Anghel?"). The first day of the flores, I was up in the altar while my ka-barkada had to pila like the rest and offer flowers to the altar. Pag-abut na sa parte nga flying kiss (kadto ba ganing the best of the flowers atong hagkan dayong i-sangkay sa Virgin Mary), ag akong mga barkada ga-binu-ang: ilang gi-apilan ug bato ang ilang flying-kiss nga bulak, dayong imbis adto sa Virgin Mary gi-sangkay, didto nako gi-tira. Pastilan , ang tok-tok-tok sa akong pako kusog kaayo - akong gi-hubo ag akong pako dayong akong gi-himong sampung sa akong nawong - bali nahimong shield. Ba ling isoga ning Padre Gabas; baling ulawa nilang Lola Inding, Mama, ug Tia Tutang.
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Pagka the next day, I was officially "de-winged," and demoted back to the likud nga bangko! Ang title ni-aning estorya nako, Da Fallen Angel. (Ayaw lang mo ug hilak, ha?)
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Okay, whose turn is it next issue ????
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Vol 1, Num 4(June-July, 1996) ------------------- Page 3 ------------------- ANG TANJAYANON NEWSLETTER
Intro:   There was this e-mail Danny got from Manuel Ontal, Jr. Dodong Manuel was passing on an earlier e-mail he received on the Internet from the United States Air Force Base in Texas which read: I am interested in receiving the Tanjay Newsletter.The Calumpang name sounds very familiar.My relatives' names in Tanjay areMercado and Mira. I am sure theMercado and Mira. I am sure the Tanjayanons would knowDr Eddie Mercado and Dr Jessie Samson."
Birthday girl Lillian Girasol-Zerna and loving husband
with other well-wishers. Ang m ga anyag ug ambongan
nga Tanjayanon. Puro sila young at heart .

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Action:   Danny sent a copy of our Newsletter to the Texas address.
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Climax: A few days later, we received this: Enclosed is a check for $15 for the membership registration fee to the Tanjay Association, USA with a little "pakapin". I read the list of members and many of them are familiar ones - Eddie & Gorie Mercado, Jessie Samson, Ed Arrieta, Iking Cariño, Vic & Benny Reyes, . . . etc. I am adjusting my vacation so that I will be able to attend the festivities in July and will be in touch with Edgar as the date draws near. Regards. The letter was written on a stationery with a letterhead showing very impressive credentials: GUALBERTO M. SANCHEZ, M.D., Colonel, United States Air Force, Command Flight Surgeon, Aerospace Medicine, RAFB, Texas.
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Anti-climax: Unya, kini bang atong pagka Tanjayanon - proud, loyal, desirous to welcome our own, tsismoso (buyag!), wa ko maka-aguanta, I placed a call to the colonel at the air force base in Texas. Talking to him and then inevitably "tracing the roots" made a very exciting conversation which started in english and ended in binisayang tinanjay. His mom, Linda Mercado, is from Tanjay, the sister of Tio Edok. Then we talked about Tio Kikong-Maria, Tio Jesus and Tio Tomas who lived in Tambakan and whose wife Tia Onyang is the sister of Tia Erang the wife of Tio Jesus Miraflor, the brother of my mother. (Now where was I?) Anyway, Col Sanchez was born in Cebu but he remembers he always loved visiting Tanjay in his younger days attending jam sessions and going around with relatives and friends. "Tungod kay daghang gwapa sa Tanjay?", I teased, and we had a good laugh. And then in between chuckles, he mentioned her name - a very familiar one. Aha! I know her, I know her, I said to myself. (I'm sure the other Tanjayanons would also want to know her name, but as I am not a tsismoso like most of you, I shall end this account right here.)
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Conclusion: Dr Gualberto M. Sanchez is another Tanjayanon we can all be proud of. Col. Sanchez, your fellow Tanjayanons welcomes you to the Association. See you during the Tanjay Fiesta '96!  Nakatawa mi sa estorya ning Tia Taning Navarro kabahin sa ato. You see,
because of the unique enthusiasm and the fervor with which the Tanjayanons back home celebrate Christmas (Tanjay holds the unofficial record of having the longest Christmas season in the world - starting December 16 and ending February 2 of he succeeding year!), the Department of Tourism has designated Tanjay as the
Christmas City of the Philippines. Mao na, ga-ingon si Tia Taning (wife of the late Judge Jose B. Navarro), nga year-round na karon ang pasko sa ato. Guihimo gyud ni Arturo (Mayor Regalado) nga ang tanang public buildings always maintain festive christmas decors, and the Christmas lights are ablaze 365 days a year. - guikan sa parke, sa munisipyo, paingon na didto sa tiyangge - bale gyud ng hayaga - ah, lupig usahay ning inyong Las Vegas dinhi, she joked (dayong pangatawa na pud namo). At the facade of the munisipyo, there is a creche. Life-size ang mga statues nga makita bisan sa karsada dapit sa simbahan. Then she related to us an ongoing anecdote about that creche (yes, creche is another word for the
A charming Cambalud
cowgirl. Looks familiar?

Nativity Scene, smart guy). When it was put up a few years ago kono, ang mga Three Kings standing erect gyud sila out of respect and reverence for the Holy Infant. You can sense royalty in their bearings.Very imposing. Apan karon, di na ma-o. Na-usob na ang usa ka hari nagsandig na, ug and duha nanglingkod na - after all these years, guikapoy na intawon! (Hugyaw mi'g pangatawa.) Ag usa, si Baltazar, guitubo-an na'g u-ban ang iyang bungot! (Nangluha-luha gyud ang mata ni Gina ug kinatawa.


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Vol 1, Num 4(June-July, 1996) -------------------- Page 4 ------------------ ANG TANJAYANON NEWSLETTER
Suskoguinoo, nakapisos gyud mi intawon! We received this letter from Ciony Zosa Anderson (in Lynwood, CA) and we would like to share it with you - the letter, not the "pesos". She writes: Uy, nanga-unsa man mo intawon dinha? Unsa mo, wala mo maka-eskwelang mga abata mo? Nganong gui-murder man ninyo ang akong apelyido? Ikiha unya ta mo ug atras-abante. It should be "Z", understand? "Z" for Zosa, OK? Enclosed is my check for membership fee for our whole family. Congratulations to our Newletter. It's great. It's superb. It's fantastic. Thank you very much to the nice wonderful hardworking people behind this.
Tanjayanons, East Coast. Taken during recent
house blessing of Jaime Zerna's new house in
New Jersey. L-R: Jaime, their son, Babette Gil,
Badingding, Ramon Gil, a guest nga pariente sa
mga Rodas of Tanjay, Dodo Señeris, and Jaime's
wife Gloria. Badingding was visiting her apo, kay
gi-mingaw intawon.

We are proud of you! It's great to be a Tanjayanon and I think you're pretty smart. But, remember, it's "Z", "Z", "Z" for Zosa, OK?
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OK, ug pazaylo-a intawon kami za among zala, dili na mi mo-uzab ug kazayop za among zpelling. (Ciony, daughter of Tanjay's former Police Chief Zosa, is married to Harold Anderson and they have a smart handsome kid, Cory, who got his good-looks and brains and charms all from his dad, heh, heh, heh, naka-balus!!) Ciony's sister, Rosario, now Mrs. Amador Sienes, is a Principal Teacher in Amlan. Ciony's brother, Telesforo, another smartie, once studied for the priesthood, but instead opted for married life and "has been blest with 10 children, as of last count". As manager of Davao Fruits in the Philippines, and being recognized as among the top executives in the country, Telesforo now goes around the nation giving management lectures to younger corporate executives. Telesforo was my classmate and my very good buddy under Mr Elias Mira at the Tanjay Community School when we were still in Grade IV, not so long ago.)
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Commentario ni Momoy (Dr Romeo Regalado, igsoon ni 'Day Benny ug ni Itas): Matay Brad, kini ra gyuy Newsletter nga akong basahon cover to cover, wa gyuy saylo-an, take time gyud ko'g basa word for word. . . " Dayon po'ng supla sa "malditang" Hati (Lualhati Zerna-Colgrove, a nurse-turned-lady entrepreneur): "Pero how about Iting ug na-ay quorum sa madyong gahulat . . .!"
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Wa ko katingog. Ambut unsa to'y tubag ni Momoy intawon.
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Tia Lucing Cornelio-Teves (wife of the late Tio Igong Teves), the ideal mother that she is, gave this loving warning to her daughters Glenda, Nenen and Baby: Kamo, ug mama-uli mo diri sa ato, kinahanglan gyung ma-antigo mo sa ballroom dancing kay mao na kana ro'y uso diri sa Tanjay. Ma-ulawan gyud intawon mo ug di mo antigo. Now, we thought it our "solemn duty" to share this warning with all Tanjayanons who are planning to visit our hometown this year. ('Day Lucing, thank you very much from the Tanjayanons diri sa America. Kanus-a man ka mobisita diri?)

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MISCELLANY

From Canada, Rey Reyes, anak ni Vicente: "Thanks for the Newsletter! Just got it today. We enjoyed reading the articles and other tidbits. I never realized how hard it is to read in Binisaya until today. Keep up the good work!" To which Danny answered: "Well, you can realize my difficulty typesetting and proofreading it since I am not a born Bisaya, and not a very good speaker as well".

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Which brings us to the topic of what makes up a Tanjayanon? The by-laws, promulgated 11 years ago when the Association was formed, states in Article III on Membership:

ARTICLE III

Section 1. REGULAR MEMBERS - The following residents of the United States of America shall be regular members of the TANJAY ASSOCIATION, USA:

a. those who were born in Tanjay, Negros Oriental, Philippines (Tanjayanon by birth);
b. those not born in Tanjay but whose any ascendant was born in Tanjay (Tanjayanon by blood);
c. those who at one time or another lived in Tanjay for at least three (3) years (Tanjayanon by domicile); and
d. those who are married to Tanjayanons and have no regrets (Tanjayanon by act of God).

More data on the constitution and by-laws in next issues.

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FILIPINAS MAGAZINE FEATURES PERLA MANAPOL

Pastilan Guino-o, tan-awa ra gud ni si Perla. The June issue of FILIPINAS MAGAZINE (published in San Francisco) features her in a 2-page article entitled "UNSTOPPABLE" The article talks about Perla's multicolored life and the latest book she wrote: GOAL: GREEN CARD, which has since become controversial even before the white woman harangued her on the phone and then "stormed into a store in Thousand Oaks and demanded that the storeowners, themselves Lebanese immigrants, pull the book from the shelves" because the book helped illegals obtain green cards fraudulently. The article, calling Perla an Immigration Expert, talks about her having been born in Tanjay, graduating valedictorian in ENI to become one of the first AFS scholars, then obtaining her masters in Ha'va'd, thru the time she lived in Morroco, Tunisia, Peru, Jamaica, India,
Indonesia,and then back to good ol'
USA. "Perla Manapol", the
Magazine says, "cleared hurdles.all
the way from Tanjay, Negros
Oriental to the US Foreign Service."
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Editorail Box
Published at least quarterly by the Tanjay Association,USA
19002 Horst Avenue, Artesia, California, USA.
Staff: Perla Manpoa, Broddock Calumpang, Danny Gil
Tel. (310) 402-5098, Fax (310) 402-1890
E-mail: ferngil@aol.com
Tanjay Correspondents: Tia Tutang Limbaga, Andrews
Calumpang
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Friday, July 19, 1996
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RECEPTION AND INFORMAL GET-TOGETHER (VESPERAS).
For Out-of-Towner attendees (billeted
at hotels and friends' or relatives' houses).
Hosted by the Officers and Advisers of
the Association.
Venue: Danny & Badingding's residence
(RSVP Wednesday, July 17).
Call us beforehand and we will help
arrange ground transportation and
accomodation arrangements.
Saturday, July 20, 1996
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ANNIVERSARY DINNER AND DANCE
Sequoia Conference Center (see map)
7530 Orangethorpe Center
Buena Park, CA 90621
tel (714) 670-9252
Theme: Remembering Our Roots
No Host Cocktails: 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Dinner Served: 7:30 pm (last serving - 9 p.m.)
Guest Speaker: Dr. Vicente Batiancilla
Music: Midnight Motion Band
(featuring Tanjay's very own Clarissa Girasol Schor)
Sunday, July 21, 1996
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FIESTA CELEBRATION -
POTLUCK PICNIC
Tri City Park (see map)
Starts at 11:00 am
*Fellowship/Amusements/Tabi/
Hudyaka
*Fiesta Mass in Honor of Sr
Santiago
(subject to availability of priest)
*Kumbera - Tanjay Style
(Lechons courtesy of Dr Dodo
Señeris and Marlene Zerna-
Robertson)
*Athletics and Mahjong ("tini-away"
only!)
(Use chips. 4 tables only. Pls register
early)
*Raffles Drawing (R/T ticket to Tanjay
for two)
*Pa-init: Budbud ug tsokolate.
6:00 p.m. - Auld Lang Syne
(Please drive home carefully. Take
care)
VIVA, SEÑOR SANTIAGO !



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LIST OF MEMBERS (names in bold are those who have paid their membership fees.)
Jovey & Yolanda Aclaro, Riverside, CA
Ayego Aguilar, Burbank, CA
Tony Aguilar, Burbank, CA
Chito & Dorian Alcantara, Stockton, CA
Eleuterio & Basilia Ramirez- Alikpala, Manville, RI
Ernesto & Bryn Teves-Almonte, Bellflower, CA
Lourdes Alvarez, Syracuse, NY
Paul & Nena Alcantara Amigo, Albimall, NC
Harold & Ciony Zosa-Anderson, Lynwood, CA
Chito & Sonnie Banogon-Arrieta, Richmond, Canada
Edgar & Rosa Aliermo-Arrieta, Redlands, CA
Edward & Grace Boromeo-
Banogon, Stafford, TX
Goody & Gloria Banogon, Houston, TX
Mary Jane Banogon, Jersey City, NJ
Orlando & Pat Banogon, Fullerton, CA
Vicente & Ade Banogon, Cerritos, CA
Leo & Jane Zerna-Barbajo, San Diego, CA
Consorcia Soledad Barot, Granada Hills, CA
Willie Bartilad, Glendale, CA
Vicente Batiancilla, Milford, CT Hector & Glenda Teves-Belo,
Mission Viejo, CA
Hugh & Zeny Duran-Bennett, Valinda, CA
Landy Borromeo, Allegheny, NY Raul Borromeo, Bensalem, PA
Tony Borromeo, Chicago, IL
Rudy & Milagros Calumpang-
Bruselas, Perris, CA
Toi & Madette Salva-Bumronpong, Burbank, CA
Jeff & Edith Girasol-Burch, San Diego, CA
Braddock & Alice Calumpang, LA, CA
Gingging Calumpang, Danville, IL Virgilio Calumpang, Torrance, CA Orly & Sonie Arnaiz-Candari, Rialto, CA
Bobbie Carballo, Los Angeles, CA Franklin Carballo, San Francisco, CA
Iking & Divina Cariño, Fremont, CA
Toots & Hermie Cariño, Saskatoon, Canada
Vic & Dory Cariño, Flint, MI
Ricky & Marian Young-Chiu, Houston, TX
Lualhati Zerna Colgrove, Palos Verdes, CA
Ernesto & Lidy Colina, Plant City, FL
Cholo & Armi Cordeta, Los Angeles, CA
Machoy & Fern Teves-Cruz, Chino, CA
Elpi & Myrna Banogon-Culi, Richmond, Canada
Mariles Pastor-Chlentzos, Artesia, CA
Delia Cusio, Anaheim, CA Artemio & Clarita Cusio, Anaheim, CA
Sally dela Cruz, Los Angeles, CA
Carmenchu Diago, New York, NY
Litoy Diaz, Covina, CA
Nene Velarde Dingcong, Walnut, CA
Carmen Dionaldo, Glendale, CA
Art & Babie Dionson, Chino, Los Angeles, CA
Jack & Pie Villegas-Doromal, Chino, CA
Delfa Gomez Dumaran, Rockledge, PA
Dennis & Roro Samson-Espinas, Dover, OH
Bobbie & Tess Faicol, Ontario, CA Estelita Flores, Watsonville, CA Gaudiosa Cornelio Flores, Los Angeles, CA
Richard & Mariane Allera-
Fayssoux, Placentia, CA
Bobbob & Josie Flores, Los Angeles, CA
Ademar & Josie Gabas, Castaic,
CA
Nonoy & Norma Gangoso, Whitier, CA
Vincent &Nimfa-Catacutan-Garces,
Rialto, CA
Roy & Flora Gayo, Piscataway, NJ
Danny & Badingding Señeris-
Gil, Artesia, CA
Lori Girasol, Pasadena, CA
Ebag & Sannie Silva-Gonzales,
Bellflower, CA
Jun Gonzales, Loma Linda, CA
Peping & Tita Cusio-Gorospe, Placentia, CA
Carlos & Eda Calumpang- Gotardo, Danville, IL
Corman & Libby Gregorio, Los
Angeles, CA
Renato & Linda Banogon-Gutierrez, Moreno
Valley, CA
Cresing Real-Hara, San Jose, CA
Paul & Larraine Imperial, Montreal, Canada
Don & Pinky Suasin-Juergens,
Placentia, CA
Leticia Catacutan-Jue, Northridge,
CA
Irwin & Polly Salva-Korn, Los
Angeles, CA
Nene Cañaveral-Kershaw,
Vancouver, Canada
Perla Labe, New York, NY
Jun & Precy Torres-Laxina,
Norwalk, CA
Joe & Warlin Laguda, San
 Diego, CA
Lito & Jessie Teves-Limbaga,
Downey, CA
Douglas & Remy Lopez, Los
Angeles, CA
Raglin & Jojo Lopez, Burbank, CA
Tia Bing Lopez, Los Angeles,
CA
Lando & Nenen Teves-Luminarias, Laguna Niguel, CA
Perla Manapol, Thousand Oaks, CA
Boy Manapol, Genesee, NY
Pablito Manapol, Arlington, VA
Ramon & Carla Lopez-Mantes,
Artesia, CA
Charlie & Evalina Señeris-
Mantes Harwood Heights, IL
Danny & Rose Martinez, Los Angeles, CA
Tito Martin, Randalstown, MD
Mario Mercader, Wichita, KS
Orlando Mecader, Los Angels, CA
Sonny & Ching Mercado, Canoga
Park, CA
Eddie & Gorie Mercado, Melbourne, FL
Chu-chu & Carmeñaluz Miraflor, Fremont, CA
Joseph & Lilia Banogon-
Montagnino, Wykoff, NJ
Ed & Lina Barot-Navas, Saugus,
CA
Magoy Calumpang-Nelson,
Chicago, IL
Estella Navarro, Daly City, CA
Jingjing Flores Ouibishon, North
Highlands, CA
Atilano & Marciana Olis, Seaside,
CA
Manuel Ontal, Jr., Azusa, CA
Agapito & Linda Orcullo, Vernon
Hills, IL
Rey & Lita Real-Oruga, San Jose, CA
George Palencia, Los Angeles, CA
Ester Buquiran-Perona, Park
Ridge, IL
Anesio & Jean Piñero, Rancho Cucamunga, CA
Enrico & Nora Villaflores-Pilas, Palmdale, CA
Pim & Merga Mira-Pongan,
Etiwanda, CA
Momoy Regalado, Bakersfield,
CA
Vicente & Benny Reyes, Bellflower, CA
Rey & Elvie Reyes, Toronto, Canada
Bob & Mona Banquirigo-Regino, LA, CA
Bernie Gabas-Rice, Glendale, CA
Mila Gayo-Rivera, West Covina,
CA
Marlene Zerna-Robertson, San
Marino, CA
Danny & Gigi Villahermosa-
Rodriguez, Rowland Heights, CA
David &VeronicaRomero-Rohlings,
Nuys, CA
Carmelita Romero, Van Nuys, CA
Johnnie Rosales, Skokie, IL
Franklin & Nila Roxas, Los Angeles,
CA
Teresa Rotea, New York, NY
Aida Samsom, South Fields, MI
Jessie Samson, Dover, OH
Gualberto & Anna Sanchez, RAFB,
TX
Bert & Quirining Navarro-Sandiego,
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
Bodette & Baby Alcantara-
Sapinoso, Charlotte, NC
Jeff & Clarissa Girasol-Schorr,
Pasadena, CA
Eva R. Schwalen, Fullerton, CA
Antonio Sarabia, San Francisco,
CA
Fidel & Linda Señeris, Flint, MI
Ramon Señeris, Wayne, NJ
Aurora Limbaga-Sibala, Tulsa, OK
Gumersindo Silorio, Carson, CA
Brendan & Babette Villarin-Silva,
Encino, CA
Gopal & Gina Villegas-Singh,
Whittier, CA
Nonoy & Marlene Sta Cruz, Detroit,
MI
Rustum & Elsa Sumagang, La Mirada, CA
Emily Teves-Sy, Bellflower, CA
Tabby & Paraluman Zerna-Tabuena, Torrance, CA
Bud & Judith Rosales-Temp, Wankegan, IL
Bong & Susie Tenorio, Chino, CA
Edna Tabaloc, Parkridge, IL
Barry & May Teves, Bellflower, CA
Dennis & Evelyn Teves, Lawndale, CA Franco Teves, Pasadena, CA
Bobby & Ludy Teves, Bellflower,
CA Encar Teves, Bellflower, CA
Tia Flo Teves, Cerritos, CA
Donna & Margo Teves, Cerritos,
CA
Melody Teves, Bellflower, CA
Tia Ringgy W. Teves, Chino, CA
Ricky & Louie Teves, Montebello,
CA
Enrique & Fely Regalado-Torres,
Missisauga, Canada
Fred & Cora
Torres, Tustin, CA Choy & Tahum Zerna-Tuazon, Torrance, CA
Willie & Rizalina Torres, Oak
Lawn, IL
Frankie & Cora Utzurrum, Alta Loma, CA
Paby & Rose Utzurrum, Irvine, CA
Albert & Christina Velasco, Foothill
Ranch, CA
Henry Villaflores, Anaheim, CA
Cyrus Villaflores, Anaheim, CA
Jesus Villaflores, Panorama City, CA
Percival Villaflores, Scarborough,
Canada
Wences & Sylvia Villaflores,
Glendale, CA
Arnold & Marci Villajuan, Anaheim,
CA
Gaspar & Debbie Villegas, Granada
Hills, CA
Joaquin & Emma Villegas, Chino, CA
Teresa Buquiran-Wulff, Brookfield,
IL
Golly Cornelio-Ybañez, Roanoke, VA
Saldi & Marilyn Ybañez, Alhambra,
CA
Jane & Cecille Yan, Pomona, CA
Olivia Villaflores-Yanson, Los
Angeles, CA
Alfred & Marlene Zerna, Panorama City, CA
Bebe Zerna, Pasadena, CA
Jaime & Gloria Zerna, West
Orange, NJ
Jimmie & Lillian Zerna, Bakersfield,
CA
Jumie Zerna, Bellflower, CA
Inday Marie Zerna, Los Angeles, CA
Glendale, CA

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