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400 Outstanding Alumni

Most Rev. Fr. Leonardo Z. Legaspi, O.P., D.D.

Msgr. Legaspi served as the president of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) from 1988-1991 and President of the Second Plenary Council of the Philippines in 1991.


Mr. Antonio S. Lopez

MR. ANTONIO S. LOPEZ is the Manila-based senior correspondent of Asiaweek, Ltd., the Hongkong-based subsidiary of Time Warner, Inc., the world's biggest telecommunications company. Asiaweek is the Philippines' fastest-growing and largest international newsmagazine.

A product of the UST Faculty of Arts and Letters, Tony Lopez graduated magna cum laude, major in Journalism in 1970 on a full four-year scholarship. He took up one a half years of MBA studies at the Ateneo Graduate School of Business in 1977-1978.


Mr. Eugenio D. Reyes

At the SyCip, Gorres and Velayo, the country's top accounting firm, better known as SGV and Co., its top brass have earned well-deserved monickers. Washington SyCip has been called "the brain of SGV, Alfredo Velayo is known as "the heart of SGV", and a enior partner, Eugenio Reyes, is dubbed as "the conscience of GV.


Mr. Felicisimo R. Fajardo

Mr. Felicisimo Fajardo is a highly accomplished sportsman and coach. He has been a three-time member of the Philippine Team participating in the 1938 Olympics in Korea, 1940 in Tokyo, and 1948 in London.
Mr. Fajardo was coach and athletic director of the University of Santo Tomas from 1955 to 1965 and later coach and assis¬tant professor at the University of the Philippines until 1980.


Mr. Henry Joseph M. Herrera

Mr. Henry Joseph M. Herrera is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Sun Life of Canada (Philippines), Inc. Sun Life of Canada is the second largest life insurance company in the Philippines where it ranks as the 47th biggest company in terms of gross sales. He has occupied various roles within Sun Life of Canada (Philippines), Inc.


Mr. Jethro T. Dionisio

Mr. Jethro Dionisio graduated from the College of Commerce in 1994. A fine gentleman engaged in many sports like swimming, kickboxing, horsebackriding, badminton and shooting, he has earned several awards in sports competition both here and abroad. /p>

Even before entering college, Mr. Dionisio was already very much involved in shooting competitions where he always emerged as the Over-All Champion. The international competitions he participated in were held in Valencia.USA; Venezuela; Singapore;


Mr. Joselito Sayson

YES Virginia, there is a (young) Thomasian therapist who is currently doing research at the NASA scientists to solve why astronauts experience low back pains, and also conducts lectures on Physical Therapy in the United States. He is Joselito Sayson, who graduated from the UST College of Rehabilitation Sciences, and after moving to the United States, studied Manual Therapy to become the first Filipino doctor of Manual Therapy at the Ola Grimsby Institute Consortium at Salt Lake, Utah, USA.


Mr. Larry Chua Lim

MR. LARRY CHUA LIM, a highly-esteemed businessman, is the President and General Manager of TFB Inc., proprietor of Tokyo Fashion Boutique, President of Isometric Realty and Development Corporation, President of Emerson Builders and Integraph Printing and Paper Products. He established a foundation named the Giordano/Larry C. Lim Professorial Chair Foundation.


Mr. Leonardo A. Riingen

Leonardo Riingen is only 41 years old and has already contributed immensely to improving information technology (IT) training and education in the Philippines. When you think of Informatics, "the computer school in the mall ", Riingen is the man behind it.


Mr. Peter B. Favila

Having rose from the ranks, Mr. Peter Favila is a highly regarded name in the Philippine banking industry. A graduate of Bachelor of Science, major in Banking and Finance, from UST, he pursued further training in Advanced Management Program from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in USA.