The Philippine Barangay Elections will be held on October 28, 2013. Voters will elect the Punong Barangay (Barangay Captain) and the 7 kagawads (members) of the Sangguniang Barangay (Barangay Council). In Sagunto, campaigning for these positions are already underway. As Sagunto has always been one of the most progressive barangays in Sison, the campaigning has also stretched into the social networking site, facebook. If you would like to follow the discussions, join the group and like the page on Facebook.
The following is a list of official candidates for the 2013 Barangay Elections (in alphabetical order) for Sagunto.
1. Larry Leo C. Benosa
2. Edwin C. Gaudiano
3. Joel Q. Julio
4. Amir C. Malqued
5. Henry S. Sunang
1. Antonio A. Abenoja Jr.
2. Laureano L. Amboni
3. Marlon D. Baladad
4. Melvin S. Baturi
5. Lolita D. Benawi
6. Edison C. Benosa
7. Nancy W. Binay-an
8. Allan D. Castillo
9. Angel E. Castillo
10. Julita D. Castillo
11. Willy H. Del Amen
12. Marilyn Camille L. Del Rosario
13. Fe Q. Inocencio
14. Ruperto R. Literal
15. Mistletoe B. Madarang
16. Marlene B. Mago
17. Marcelina L. Magpantay
18. Esdras Jr. C. Malqued
19. Rudy P. Mangante
20. Arlene P. Mayo
21. Kristoffer G. Palit-ang
22. Jerry C. Paran
23. Marcos M. Pis-o
24. Alfredo Sr. G. Rafael
25. Jenie H. Refuerzo
26. Erna G. San Miguel
27. Noel Q. Simudlan
28. Diosdado L. Velasquez
You can now view the 2012 Sagunto Homecoming Souvenir Program online!
If the viewer above is not working for you, you can also view it by clicking here where you can also download the whole file if you wish.
Thank you to the Sagunto Association USA, headed by president Eleno ‘Boying’ Annaguey, for organizing the homecoming and putting the souvenir program together.
It is with great regret that we announce the passing of Pastor Roberto Bumanlag. He served as a pastor at the Sagunto Wesleyan Church during the early 70’s as I am sure many of you will remember.
Photo source: the Facebook page of Mrs. Ruth Bumanlag
Roberto Felix Bumanlag
November 24, 1934 – August 14, 2013
Funeral Service will be held at 1:30pm on Aug 21, Wednesday at Forest Lawn Cemeteries in Covina, CA.
Sagunto mourns the passing of JUAN ARTURO INOCENCIO who served as the barangay treasurer for more than a decade. He was also chairman of the UCCP Church Council and an active member of UCM. Most importantly, he was a beloved husband and loving father and grandfather to his family.
JUAN ARTURO INOCENCIO
December 29, 1936 – June 12, 1913
Interment : June 15, 2013.
Message from Mrs. Fe Quilaman Inocencio:
“Iyebkas ko ti naimpusuan nga panagyaman ko kadagiti amin nga awan labas na nga nakipagkarkararag, panakipuypuyat ken nakipagtabuno kadagiti amin nga masapul nga maisagana ti pannakaimassayag na nariknak la unay ti ayat ken pateg yo kadakami isu nga nalaglag an la bassit daytoy nga pasamak ti Biag mi ti Dios ti mang bendisyon kadakayo amin adda man ditoy ken adda ti ballasiw taaw”
Mr. Arturo Inocencio will be missed by the community, his friends and by his family, most of all. He leaves behind his wife, Fe Quilaman Inocencio and their children and grandchildren:
Engr. Josette Inocencio, Manila
Engr.Jack Marine and Cricelda Inocencio -Boston, USA
Joanne and Arvin Magpayo, Massachusetts, USA
Engr. Jay Artur Inocencio, Malaysia
Engr. Victor Inocencio, Singapore
Jamiel and Caleigh R. Inocencio
Patricia, Dane and Noah I. Magpayo
Deepest condolences to the Castillo clan as another Sagunto elder passes on. Rest in peace, lola Tinang.
Florentina L. Castillo
Husband: Saturnino Castillo
Helen Castillo Garcia