Flash news

Here are some updates on the peps:

1. We are happy to welcome back Remy Tuazon. Yes, George, she’s back in circulation. We really missed her. We should hold a sort of thanksgiving get-together for her, don’t you think?

2. Eddie Roberto is also back from Qatar. He arrived last May 9 for a two-week vacation in Manila.

3. Our birthday girl, Chie dela Peña, has confirmed that she will be coming home in December to see all of us. A reprise of the July 2008 reunion appears to be in the offing.

4. Keith dela Cruz is celebrating his birthday on May 15. We are still awaiting the invitation, with bated breath at that.


Ruby, Nitz and Gil return to the fold

When it rains, it really pours. Three more peps have been duly accounted for and even managed to attend the class meeting this afternoon. They are Ruby Rosa Gaviola (now Guevarra, take note), Nenita Mercado and Gil Buan.

Ruby’s husband, Noel, happens to be a cousin of Mario’s and that means getting hold of Kuya Mar’s contact info is just a matter of time. You can read Ruby’s message in our Recent Comments section.

We will write more about them and today’s successful meeting, of course, as soon as we receive updates and pics from all those who attended.

Salamat sa tatlong nagbalik-loob at uli-uli huwag na huwag na kayong mawawala!

Silent minority

There’s this group of IV-1 peps that we have totally lost track of since our graduation. Because we have yet to hear from them, we would like to call these classmates of ours the “Silent Minority”. Those who happen to know where these people are, please let us know and let them know how they are sorely missed. And in case you are reading this post yourselves, sumuko na kayo!

Here they are:

  • Angelina Santos
  • Aurea Salac
  • Rosemarie Domingo
  • Martina Kalaw
  • Manuel Ocampo
  • Rey Fortaliza
  • Noel Fulgencio
  • Armando Ching
  • Ronnie Gorgonio
  • Minerva Villafria (she hosted our swimming in Laguna a day after our graduation ceremony, remember?)

More updates

As a continuation of our very first post, below is a rundown of updates on the IV-1 peps. Some of the information furnished here may be inaccurate (or not as up-to-date as we would have wanted) and we call on those in the know to correct them. Narito na po sila:

1. Red George Hizon, our class valedictorian, is still working as a top honcho at McDonalds Philippines. His office (and new residence) is in Makati, but he still regularly visits his mom in Novaliches. We received an email from him last week, telling us he was in Singapore undergoing a company training.

2. Catalino dela Cruz has been a practicing veterinary doctor for years. After working for various companies, he decided a couple of years ago to put up his own clinic, called Petropolis, along Timog Avenue in Quezon City. Pet owners such as Aiza Seguerra, Regine Velasquez and Jaya are among his clients.

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