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President Ramon Magsaysay’s appointees for Visayas and Mindanao.

CEBUPEDIA - Clarence Paul Oaminal (The Freeman) - May 31, 2021 - 12:00am

President Magsaysay died on March 17, 1957 in a plane crash in the mountains of Barangay Gaas, Balamban town, Cebu. Barrio Luz in Cebu City is named after his wife. The following were among his appointees:

Alberto Veloso as justice of the peace of Mati, Davao, August 8, 1956

Agustin Pilar as city assessor of Iligan City, July 31, 1956

Domocrito Plaza as member of the Municipal Board of Butuan City, July 31, 1956

Catalina F. Monterroyo as justice of the peace of San Remigio, Cebu, July 31, 1956

Filomeno Enriquez as justice of the peace of Minglanilla, Cebu, August 6, 1956

Miss Caridad Sarmiento as justice of the peace of San Fernando, Cebu, August 6, 1956

Solirio Agot as justice of the peace of Tudela, Misamis Occidental, September 5, 1956

Pacito Mutia as justice of the peace of Plaridel, Misamis Occidental, September 5, 1956

Washington Ponce as justice of the peace of Cardova, Cebu, September 6, 1956

Alberto Fernandez as justice of the peace of Liloan, Cebu, September 6, 1956

Silvino Sienes as councilor of San Jose, Negros Oriental, September 6, 1956

Teodorico Romata as councilor of San Jose, Negros Oriental, September 6, 1956

Teofilo N. Tumulak as justice of the peace of Libona, Bukidnon, December 3, 1956

Cresenciano Avila as justice of the peace of Culaba and Cawayan, Leyte, December 5, 1956

Bienvenido Avila as justice of the peace of Pintuyan, Leyte, December 5, 1956

Donato Puno as councilor of Babatngon, Leyte, February 16, 1957

Alfonso Donaire as mayor, Maximo Garcines as Vice-Mayor, and Apolinar Aplaca, Arcadio Salcedo, Pedro Sumili, and Victor Documento as councilors of Liargo (renamed as Ramon Magsaysay) Zamboanga del Sur, February 25, 1957

Alejandro Rvera as councilor of Tangub, Misamis Occidental, March 4, 1957

Mrs. Felicisima Yray as vice mayor of Danao, Cebu, March 5, 1957

RAMON MAGSAYSAY
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