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Juliette B. Dizon

Juliette "Jul" B. Dizon completed her secondary and tertiary education at the University of Santo Tomas. She graduated from the UST College of Commerce with a degree in BS Commerce, Major in Banking and Finance. She is the proprietor of Jul B. Dizon Jewellery Salon.

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Francisco T. Mañosa

Born in Manila to a family of architects, Francisco T. Manosa graduated from the University of Santo Tomas with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Architecture in 1953. He passed the board examination for Architects in 1954. In 1957, Archt. Manosa finished a Landscaping Course in Tokyo University in Japan. From 1962 to 1976, he was a partner of Manosa Brothers and Associates, a design firm composed of his architect brothers. He is also the Managing Partner of Francisco Manosa and Partners since 1976.

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Mario Torres Parial

Maestro Mario Parial has carved a name for his art and his alma mater, in the field of graphic art—being esteemed as a multi awarded Filipino painter, printmaker, sculptor and photographer whose masterpieces have been sold at Sotheby’s, considered the world’s preeminent fine art auctioneer.

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Engr. James Gaviola Velasquez

Engr. James G. Velasquez earned his distinction in successfully fusing his Electronics and Communications Engineering skills with his management expertise, as current President and General Manager of IBM Philippines, Inc., the local branch of the multinational company with 100 years of operation in data processing, integrating information technology (IT), hardware, software, business consulting and other services into business solutions to meet industry goals.

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Atty. Augusto Kalaw Aligada, Jr.

Atty. Augusto Aligada, Jr. is an Associate Professor of the UST Faculty of Civil Law since 1967 up to the present. He is the Chairman of the Civil Law Department, UST from 1989 up to the present and has been a Bar reviewer in Civil Law since 1986 in UST, UP, Arellano Law Foundation, San Beda College and Aquinas University.

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Leticia Sablan-Limpo

Archt. Leticia Sablan Limpo is a Licensed Architect and Interior Designer who has successfully merged both her professions with the highest standards of ethical conduct and unquestionable integrity. She developed and upgraded Interior Design to complement the Architect’s professional services and initiated the drafting of the Interior Design Bill, persisted lobbying in Congress and the Senate until its approval on February 23, 1998 as RA#8534.

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Erlinda Uy Koe

Ms. Erlinda Uy Koe enjoys the unprecedented three-term mandate as National President of Autism Society Philippines (ASP), since 2004. This family support group is one of the most vibrant disability organizations in the country, leading almost 6,000 family, professional and institutional members with 36 chapters nationwide, in creating a better future for persons with autism spectrum disorder and their loved ones.

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Jose Limjoco Evangelista, M.D.

Dr. Jose L. Evangelista, who marched as President of his Graduating Class in the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery in 1968 has been in private practice in Internal Medicine/Cardiology in Livonia, Michigan for the past 34 years. He is Certified in Cardiovascular Diseases Subspecialty and Nuclear Cardiology by the American Board of Internal Medicine and by the American Board of Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonograpers as well as the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Canada.

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Sor Paz Taningco Marfori, D.C.

Sor Paz Marfori of the Daughters of Charity, is a tireless scholar who excelled in two fields of endeavor: Nursing and Education and combined her two academic pursuits to pave the way to excellence in the field of nursing education, service and administration. Propelled by a burning motivation which germinated from personal filial devotion and bore fruit in a vocational mission, she became a true disciple of Florence Nightingale and servant of Christ. Even as a semi-retired member of her congregation, she continues to serve Filipinos of various ethnic groups and origins.

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Alberto Ignacio Gabriel, M.D.

Dr. Alberto I. Gabriel, who retired with the rank of Colonel from the Armed Forces of the Philippines Medical Service, is a physician-surgeon. As a soldier and medical officer, he showed his determination to address his mission to serve the teeming population who direly needed care and support in high-intensity conflict areas in Jolo, Mindanao.

He gained recognition in military service and was decorated medals such as Military Civic Action, Presidential Unit Citation, Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation, Mindanao Sulu Campaign, Wounded Personnel and Military Commendation.

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