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    Letranista By Heart azul_81's Avatar
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    Letran"s Notable Alumni


    Sooner or later makakasama din kayo sa mga tinitingalang alumni ng Letran. Susunod ba kayo sa yapak nila? kayo na ba ang next in line?

    Bangon at Kumilos.

    Post nyo na din yung mga inabutan nyong alumni.

    Simulan ko na

    Ramon Diaz - http://www.galleriaduemila.com/WEB20.../radabout.html

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    St. Vicente Liem dela Paz, O.P. (HS,1747-1750) - Letran's foremost alumnus and heavenly patron. A young Vietnamese scholar who lived and studied in Letran during the 18th century.
    St. Tomas de San Jacinto, O.P.
    St. Pedro de Sta. Maria, O.P.
    St. Vicente Shiwozuka, O.P.
    St. Francisco Shoyemon, O.P.
    St. Jacobo Tomanaga, O.P.
    St. Domingo Tuoc, O.P.
    St. Vicente Yen, O.P.
    Presidents of the Philippines

    Emilio Aguinaldo (HS, 1886) (1899–1901)
    Manuel L. Quezon (HS, 1889; AB, 1894) (1935–1944)
    Sergio Osmeña (HS, 1889; AB, 1894) (1944–1946)
    Jose P. Laurel (HS)(1943–1945)
    Vice Presidents of the Philippines

    Mariano Trias (AB) (Tejeros Convention, 1897)
    Fernando Lopez (HS, 1921) (1949-1953, 1965-73)
    Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of the Philippines

    Cayetano L. Arellano (HS)(1901–1920)
    Victorino M. Mapa (1920–1921)
    Manuel G. Araullo (Ab Philo) (1921–1924)
    Ramon Q. Avanceña (AB)(1925–1941)
    Andres R. Narvasa (GS'38) (1991–1998)
    Heroes of the Philippine Revolution

    Don Pedro Abad Santos (HS)- revolutionary hero; founder of the Socialist Party of the Philippines
    Mariano Abella (AB) - a delegate to the Malolos Congress
    Crispulo Aguinaldo (AB) - a revolutionary leader, older brother of Emilio Aguinaldo
    Santiago Alvarez (AB) - one of the most valiant generals of the Revolution
    Col. Elias Angeles (HS 1889) - revolutionary leader
    Dr. Galicano Apacible (HS) - propagandist
    Gen. Servillano Aquino - a delegate to the Malolos Congress, revolutionary leader
    Vito Belarmino - major-generals of the revolutionary army
    Higinio Benitez (GS, HS, AB) - a delegate to the Malolos Congress
    Jose Torres Bugallon (HS, AB 1889) - a revolutionary leader
    Fr. Jose Burgos (AB, Philo 1855) - GOMBURZA
    Don Graciano Cordero - a delegate to the Malolos Congress
    Mariano Crisostomo (HS, AB) - a delegate to the Malolos Congress
    Gen. Emiliano Riego De Dios - revolutionary leader
    Severino De Las Alas - a revolutionary leader
    Dr. Trinidad Pardo de Tavera - a delegate to the Malolos Congress
    Ladislao Diwa (AB)- one of the founders of Katipunan
    Gen. Edilberto Evangelista (AB) - Hero of the Battle of Zapote Bridge, revolutionary leader
    Lorenzo Fenoy - a delegate to the Malolos Congress
    Gen. Leandro Locsin Fullon- revolutionary leader, former Provincial Governor of Antique
    Maximo Gregorio - one of the Thirteen Martyrs of Cavite
    Emilio Jacinto (AB) - Revolutionary hero & Brains of the Katipunan
    Apolinario Mabini (AB, 1887) - Brains of the Philippine Revolution
    Gen. Mariano Llanera - revolutionary leader
    Honorio Lopez (AB) - revolutionary leader
    Victoriano Luciano - one of the Thirteen Martyrs of Cavite
    Gen. Vicente Lukban - revolutionary leader
    Mamerto Natividad, Jr. - revolutionary leader
    Jose Maria Panganiban y Enverga (1883) - propagandist
    Fr. Pedro Pelaez - Father of Secularization Movement in the Philippines
    Dr. Antonio Regidor - revolutionary leader
    Gen. Artemio Ricarte - revolutionary leader
    Antonio San Agustin - one of the Thirteen Martyrs of Cavite
    Gen. Manuel Tinio (HS, 1896) - revolutionary leader
    Isidoro Torres (HS) - revolutionary leader
    Dr. Pio Valenzuela - revolutionary leader
    Aguedo Velarde (AB)- a delegate to the Malolos Congress
    Flaviano Yenko (AB)- revolutionary leader
    Fr. Jacinto Zamora (AB)- GOMBURZA
    Pedro Villavert (HS, 1889; AB, 1894)- First Assemblyman - Antique Province
    Senators of the Philippines

    Francisco Liongson I (Third District, Fourth Philippine Legislature 1916-1919)
    Eulogio Rodriguez, Sr. (AB, 1896) (Senate President, 1952-53, 1953-1963)
    Benigno Aquino, Sr. (AB, 1904) (House Speaker, 1943-44)
    Nicolas Buendia
    Francisco Afan Delgado
    Isabelo Delos Reyes (AB)
    Pedro Hernaez
    Pedro Gil
    Richard Gordon (PR, 1955)
    Pedro Guevara (1896)
    Teodoro Kalaw
    Isaac Lacson
    Vicente Madrigal
    Enrique Magalona (AB, 1907)
    Don Daniel Maramba (HS)
    Ruperto Montinola
    Quintin Paredes (House Speaker, 1933-35)
    Filemon Sotto
    Vicente "Tito" Sotto III (PR 1957; GS, 1960; HS, 1964; AB-English)
    Juan Sumulong (AB)
    Carlos Tan
    Freddie Webb (AB English), also member of the Philippine basketball team in the 1972 Olympics
    Congressmen of the Philippines

    Sergio Apostol
    Rudy Bacani (HS, 1966)
    Melecio Cojuangco
    Jose Mari Gonzales
    Antonino Roman (HS 1954, AA 1956)
    Eduardo V. Roquero (BS PreMed 1970)
    Rodolfo San Luis

    Macario Arnedo (Pampanga 1904—1912)
    Francisco Liongson I (Pampanga 1912-1916)
    Honorio Ventura (Pampanga 1916, 1918-1922)
    Vicente Magsaysay (HS, 1957) - (Zambales)
    Joseph Marañon (HS, 1952) - (Negros Occidental)
    Leonardo Roman (GS, HS) - (Bataan)
    Luis "Chavit" Singson (BSC, 1961) (Ilocos Sur)

    Albert G. Ambagan, Jr. (AB-Political Science, 1998) - (Amadeo, Cavite)
    Leon G. Guinto Sr. (College) - Manila, former Secretary of Labor
    Arsenio Cruz Herrera (AB, 1880) - first civilian mayor of Manila
    Mary Jane Ortega (AB-Spanish and English, 1959) - City in La Union
    Isagani C. Pascual (GS, 1962) - (Guiguinto, Bulacan)
    Alain P. Rabang (HS, 1953) - (Umingan, Pangasinan)
    Enrique B. Yap Jr. (HS, 1982) - (Sarangani)

    Ricardo L. Baes Jr. - HS 1981; District 1, Parañaque City
    Greco Antonio Belgica - HS 1965; District 6, Manila
    Engr. Giovanni Esplana - District 2, Parañaque City
    Willand Patrick Florendo - HS 1996; Floridablanca, Pampanga
    Martin Isidro Jr. - GS 1976, BSC 1985; District 1, Manila
    Val Sotto - HS 1968; District 2, Parañaque City
    Gustavo S. Tambunting - GS 1976, HS 1980; District 2, Parañaque City
    Darwin B. Icay - AB Political Science, 1997 - Taguig City
    Jim Gerald Pe - AB Political Science, 1997 - Coron, Palawan
    Albert Joseph Cruz - GS 1997, HS 2001 - Meycauayan, Bulacan
    Other Government Officials

    Felipe Agoncillo - Ambassador
    Herminio Astorga (HS, 1951) - Vice Mayor, Manila, 1964 TOYM Awardee for Political leadership, NCAA Basketball Athlete
    Sotero Cabahug - former Provincial Governor of Cebu (1937), former Secretary of Public Works and Communications (1945)
    Pedro Concepcion - Former chairman of COMELEC, first Presiding Justice Court of Appeals (1936)
    Jose de los Reyes - First Chief of Staff of the Philippine Army, with the rank of Brigadier General
    Howard Dee (GS, 1940) - Ambassador
    Jaime C. de Veyra - Historian, Educator, former Director of the Institute of National Language
    Jose Escaler (HS, 1897) - Acting Secretary of Justice
    Jay Amancio - Named as the youngest Barangay Kagawad [District II Manila]
    Pablo Ocampo
    Datu Nasser Pangandaman (AB, 1978) - Secretary, Department of Agrarian Reform
    Diosdado Peralta (BS Commerce, 1974) - Presiding Justice, Sandiganbayan
    Margarito B. Teves (GS, 1956) - Secretary, Department of Finance
    Don Honorio Ventura (PreLaw)- Philanthropist, former Pampanga Provincial Governor and former Secretary of the Interior
    Jose Lopez y Vito - Former chairman of COMELEC
    Jose Luis Yulo, Jr. - Former SEC chairman
    Prudencio Reyes,Jr.-Former Administrator Local Water Utilities Administration and former President Philippine Aerospace Development Corp.
    Antonio Macaranas-Former General Manager Philippine National Railways

    Bernardo P. Pardo (HS, 1950) - former Associate Justice (1998-2002); Former chairman of COMELEC
    Felicismo Feria (AB) - former Associate Justice (1945–1953)
    Carlos Imperial (GS) - former Associate Justice
    Gregorio Perfecto (AB) - former Associate Justice (1945–1949)
    Men of Cloth

    Archbishop Artemio Casas (HS, 1930) - former Rector of Manila Cathedral (1956–1962)
    Archbishop Oscar Cruz, DD (GS, 1950) - Lingayen-Dagupan
    Archbishop Ramon Salazar, OP
    Bishop Teodoro Bacani (HS, 1956) - Novaliches
    Bishop Jose Salazar, OP (HS, 1958) - Batanes
    Bishop Alfredo Versoza
    Bishop Socrates Villegas (HS, 1977) - Bataan
    Very Rev. Fr. Rogelio B. Alarcon, OP - Founder of the Angelicum School in Quezon City, Philippines and the first Filipino Father Provincial of the Order of Preachers.
    Rev. Fr. Augusto Antonio, OP
    Msgr. Nestor Cerbo - current Rector of Manila Cathedral
    Very Rev. Fr. Edmund Nantes, OP - Former Father Provincial- Philippine Dominican Province; Former Vice-Chancellor- University of Santo Tomas
    Rev. Fr. Erasmo "Sonny" Ramirez, OP
    Fr. Gregorio Aglipay(AB, 1877) - Founder of the Philippine Independent Church
    Very Rev. Fr. Ernesto Arceo, OP- Former Rector Magnificus- University of Santo Tomas; Former Father Provincial- Philippine Dominican Province

    Macario Adriatico - Writer & Lawyer
    Manuel Artigas - Historian & Journalist; Spanish writer
    Francisco Liongson II - Filipino Playwright in Spanish
    Francisco Balagtas - Poet
    Jesús "Batikuling" Balmori - Renowned Filipino Poet in Spanish, Premio Zobel awardee (1926)
    Marcelo H. Del Pilar - Writer & Propagandist
    Fernando De La Concepcion - Journalist, Premio Zobel awardee (1960)
    Carlos De La Rosa - Journalist, Premio Zobel awardee (1984)
    Ermin Garcia Sr. - Journalist
    Enrique Fernandez Lumba - Spanish Journalist and Poet, Premio Zobel awardee (1954)
    Bienvenido Lumbera (HS, 1950) - Writer
    Jesus T. Peralta (HS, 1951; AA-PM, 1953) - Palanca Hall of Famer
    Mariano Ponce (1885) - Writer & Propagandist
    Severino Reyes - Author, "Walang Sugat" and "Ang mga Kwento ni Lola Basyang"
    Guillermo Gomez Rivera (AB) - Writer, Premio Zobel awardee (1975)
    Gregorio Gozon Sanciangco (AB)- Wrote “El Progreso De Filipinas” which advocated reforms in the political, administrative, agrarian, revenues, property, natural resources and urban development and taxation.
    Juan Crisostomo Soto - Poet, Writer
    Rolando Tinio (HS, 1950) - Writer
    Celementa Zulueta - Journalist
    Johnbee Sales - Editor-in-Chief, UNO Magazine
    Carlo Francia - Managing Editor, UNO Magazine

    Mariano V. de los Santos - Founder of the University of Manila
    Bienvenido Gonzalez - Former president of the University of the Philippines (UP)
    Dr. Fernan Lukban (HS, 1978) - Head, Business and Economics Program of Arts and Sciences, University of Asia and the Pacific (UA&P)
    Enrique Mendiola - Educator, Member of the first Board of Regents of UP
    Jovencio Ortañez - Former president of Ortañez University
    Ignacio Villamor (AB, 1885) - First Filipino president of UP, Associate justice at the Supreme Court
    Dr. Virgilio Enriquez (HS, 1958) - Founder Pambansang Samahan ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino; Named as one of the Outstanding Psychologists of the Philippines by the Psychological Association of the Philippines

    Sambiao Basanung - Olympic Swimmer (1948)
    Enrique Beech - Olympic Shooter (1956, 1960)
    Chris Calaguio - Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) Player
    Angel De Leon - Basketball player and coach
    Itoy Esguerra - PBA Player
    Felicisimo "Fely" Fajardo - Basketball player and coach. Olympian (1948, 1952)
    Gabriel "Gabby" Fajardo - Basketball player
    Rudy Hines - Basketball player and PBA official
    Avelino "Samboy" Lim - Basketball player. The "Skywalker" of the PBA
    Col. Julian Malonzo - Basketball player and FIBA official. Former President of the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC)
    Willie Miller- PBA Most Valuable Player
    Lauro "The Fox" Mumar - Olympian (1948), Member of the famous Letran "Murder Inc." basketball team, 1950 NCAA Champions.
    Carlos Padilla - Olympic Boxer (1932)
    Jose Padilla, Jr.- Olympic Boxer (1932)
    Fausto Preysler - Olympic Yachting (1960)
    Kerby Raymundo - PBA Player
    Antero "Terry" Saldaña - PBA Player
    Nemie Villegas - Basketball player and coach
    Rino Salazar - PBA player and coach
    Joaquin Lopez - Football Hall of Fame
    Ramil Abratique - Taekwondo Champion, Silver medalist World Championships
    Ronjay Enrile - PBA Player
    Mark Andaya - PBA player
    Dave Regullano - PBA player
    Aaron Aban - PBA Player
    Jc Intal - PBA Player

    Luis Quiray Abiva (GS, 1954; HS, 1958; BSC 1963) - Former President, Abiva Publishing House
    Dante Ang (MBA, 2004) - Businessman
    Vicente Ayllon (GS, 1942; HS 1948; College ACS 1950)- Chairman of Insular Life
    Jaime Bautista (BSC 1977)- President and CEO of Philippine Airlines
    Tony Chua (Coll, 1975) - Businessman, Team Manager of Red Bull Basketabll Team (PBA), Executive Vice President, Philippines Football Federation (PFF)
    Henry Co - President and CEO, Ford Motors Philippines
    Geronimo Berenguer delos Reyes (Coll, 1958) - COO, Gateway Property Holdings and Randel Management Corp.
    Panfilo Domingo - (MBA-SMP, 2007) - Chairman/CEO University of the East/Allied Bank
    Francisco Cuervo Eizmendi (HS, 1952)- Former President, San Miguel Corporation
    Ralph Lim Joseph (GS, 1965)- Owner, Ralph's Wines and Spirit
    Robert Lim Joseph (GS, 1963; HS, 1967) - Chairman, Travel Cooperative of the Philippines
    Enrique Locsin - Businessman; COO and President, Manila Times
    Francisco Ortigas - Businessman and Corporate Lawyer
    Petronilo Pineda - Lawyer, Businessman and Real Estate
    Ramesh Sadhwani (HS, 1967) - General Manager, Four Seasons Resort (Maldives)
    Alfredo Tan (HS, 1957) - president of Himmel (a chemical trading company), vice president of Basic Holding, Inc. (the mother company of business tycoon Lucio Tan’s group of companies), and assistant to the chairman of Philippine Air Lines
    Dr. Juan "Ito" Torres, Jr. - Past International President of Kiwanis International
    Enrique Zobel de Ayala - Businessman
    Arnel Urias - Data Analyst
    Media Personalities

    RG Cruz - News Reporter; Reporter; Producer, ABS-CBN 2
    Ricky Davao - Actor
    Johnny Delgado (HS, 1966)- Actor
    Peter Alfred Cruz - Production Staff, Songwriter
    Maryo delos Reyes (PR, 1962) - TV and Movie Director
    Laurenti Dyogi (HS, 1983) - TV director
    Dindo Fernando - Actor
    Raymond Lauchengco (GS, 1978; HS, 1982)- Actor, Singer, Photographer
    Ed Picson - Sports broadcaster
    Jose Javier Reyes (PR, 1965) - Film Director
    JP Soriano - Reporter, QTV 11
    Vic Sotto PR, 1964; GS, 1967, HS; 1971) - Actor
    Ramon Tulfo (GS, 1960) - TV Host, Radio Broadcaster, Columnist
    Ricky Velasco (College), Reporter, DZMM, ABS-CBN
    Ronniel C. de Guzman (batch '77-'81), Reporter, Manila Bulletin
    Rocky Nazareno,(batch '77-81)Press Undersecretary/Reporter, Philippine Daily Inquirer
    Rainier Allan Ronda - (HS '93) Reporter, Philippine Star
    Marlene Alcaide- RPN 9 reporter

    Dr. Florentino Solon - Executive Director, Nutrition Center of the Philippines
    Jose Maria Sison (HS '56) - Head of the Communist Party of the Philippines
    Angelito Vergel De Dios - Director, Traffic Operations Center, Metro Manila Development Authority
    Lucito “Chito” Bertol (GS, 1954; HS, 1958) - Chair & President, Manila Seedling Bank Foundation Inc.
    Antonio M. Molina - composer, conductor, pedagogue, historian, and music administrator, Premio Zobel awardee (1985)

  3. #3
    Tignan nyo na lang kung sino mga inabutan nyo na alumni dyan.

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    Hindi ko na natapos sa haba...btw, Letranista din pala ang bagong associate justice ng SC ngayon si Diosdado Peralta. Arriba!

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    JP Soriano...newscaster GMA 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by azul_81 View Post

    Sooner or later makakasama din kayo sa mga tinitingalang alumni ng Letran. Susunod ba kayo sa yapak nila? kayo na ba ang next in line?

    Bangon at Kumilos.

    Post nyo na din yung mga inabutan nyong alumni.

    Simulan ko na

    Ramon Diaz - http://www.galleriaduemila.com/WEB20.../radabout.html

    Cool, great alumnus artist of Letran!

  7. #7
    *** wala c ted failon sa list..ako na ng susunod jan.

  8. #8
    ^ Ikaw? Susunod sa kanila? Talaga lang ha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by letranense1620 View Post
    ^ Ikaw? Susunod sa kanila? Talaga lang ha...
    syempre...itaga mo yan sa bato..

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    si chavit letran pala. . now ko lang alam. .

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    hmmmm... next in line

  13. #13
    ...same here...hehehe

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    maybe after 30 years pa ko..

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    +Knight's Cross+ KnightofLetran's Avatar
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    sa mga alumni ng letran, san na kayo work ngayon? and ano mga pinagkakaabalahan niyo?

    I'm currently working for a multinational company, back office job. May mga letranista nga dun. hehe!

    on the side we have an apartment business.

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    I am working in one of the top 4 audit firms in the world.

    Currently handling an engagement handling a big client in the financial services industry. Hehehe. Di pwedeng i-mention...confidential.

    May mga Letranista din dun sa firm namin.

  17. #17
    malapit na ako masali sa listahan na yan

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    Kulang yung reporters list classmate ko si Gary Puno Anchorman ng ABS-CBN

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    LAA hosts 80th birthday of Ortiz
    - Letran News September 2009

    The officers and board of directors of the Letran Alumni Association, Inc. (LAA) hosted a testimonial dinner last September 19 in celebration of the 80th birthday of one of their beloved alumni, Justo Ortiz.

    Ortiz, a member of high school Class ’47 was described in the Letran Mirror (his yearbook) by classmate Cesar Zalamea as “… very friendly, courageous and very resourceful; ha [a] cleft chin and a vociferous tongue; is handsome...” He was a member of the senior varsity team, a staff of the Letran News, and instructor in Spanish, among others.

    The advance birthday fete (Ortiz was born on September 22, 1929) was held at the Liem Garden.

    The affair started with a Mass officiated by Fr. Thomas Lopez Francisco, O.P. with Fr. Orlando Aceron, O.P. In his homily Father Tom exhorted the attendees to be “men for others” and wished that the celebrator would continue his generosity and in helping others in every way that he could.

    Ortiz was accompanied by his family – Tona Ortiz, twin daughters Maria Ynez Calma and Maria Teresa Hernandez, and Justo Ortiz, Jr. His two other children, Miguel Ortiz, Jr. and Maria Christina Garcia, reside in the US.

    The officers of LAA, headed by its president Eugene Sy, came in full force.

    Jay Llantada and Jonathan Gayetano hosted the affair.

    Attendees included Vicente Ayllon, Frank Eizmendi, Freddie Webb, Atty. Augusto Aligada, Jr., Tony Gomez, Ben Hur Gomez, Jimmy Cura, Fr. Pompeyo de Mesa, O.P., Gen. Ferdinand Bocobo, Gabriel Ripoll, Jose Berenquer Testa, Willam Uy, Willam Go, Charlie Yu, and other alumni.

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