President Sergio Osmeña’s appointees for Visayas and Mindanao – Part 4
CEBUPEDIA - Clarence Paul Oaminal (The Freeman) - March 6, 2020 - 12:00am

Don Sergio Suico Osmeña Sr., the Grand Old Man of Cebu served as President of the Philippines from August 1, 1944 to May 28, 1946 and he made the following appointments:

Deogracias Pinili, appointed, ad interim, Auxiliary Justice of the Peace of Bais and Manjuyod, Negros Oriental, December 26, 1945.

Manuel P. Trinidad, appointed, ad interim, Auxiliary Justice of the Peace of Guihulngan and Vallehermoso, Negros Oriental, December 26, 1945.

Zamboanga

Leoncio Hamoy, appointed acting Provincial Governor of Zamboanga, December 17, 1945.

Ramon Dado Jr., appointed ad interim, Provincial Treasurer of Zamboanga, January 3, 1946.

Leon Barinaga, designated acting City Treasurer of Zamboanga, Zamboanga, December 12, 1945.

Pantaleon Pelayo, appointed acting Mayor of the City Zamboanga, Zamboanga, January 2, 1946.

Filemon Saavedra (from Catbalogan, Samar, and admitted to the Bar on February 16, 1926) as Provincial Fiscal of Bohol, ad interim appointment, January 31, 1946.

Jose C. Borromeo as Provincial Fiscal of Cebu.

Juan Pajo (admitted to the Bar on December 17, 1929 and later appointed as executive secretary of President Carlos Polistico Garcia) as Provincial Fiscal of Leyte.

Teofilo Buslon as Provincial Fiscal of Occidental Misamis.

Paulino A. Conol as Provincial Fiscal of Oriental Misamis.

Jose Querubin as Provincial Fiscal of Occidental Negros.

Felix Marfori as Provincial Fiscal of Oriental Negros.

Conrado Abiera as First Assistant Provincial Fiscal of Leyte.

Gregorio Montejo as Second Assistant Provincial Fiscal of Leyte.

Felixberto Vroce as First Assistant Provincial Fiscal of Occidental Negros.

Ramon Totengco as Second Assistant Provincial Fiscal of Occidental Negros.

Alejandro N. Dinsay as Third Assistant Provincial Fiscal of Occidental Negros.

Lucilo Picardo as Assistant Provincial Fiscal of Samar.

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