The Annual Honoring of Martyrs and Heroes 2011

Norberto or Boyet to his family and friends was the youngest of four siblings. He was born on a Friday ...
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Amada, or Madge to friends, was a sickly child who suffered from aplastic anemia. But like her 16 brothers and ...
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Marsman was a friendly and sociable young man, the younger brother of the voluble and colorful Heherson, who started a ...
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Monico Atienza was a natural leader. In high school, he was not only valedictorian of the graduating batch. He was ...
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Silme was born in the United States to Filipino parents who had migrated and settled in Seattle, Washington. Silme’s father ...
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Rolando Federis came from a poor family. His father Dionisio once owned a tailoring shop in Camarines Norte. His wife ...
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Ceferino Flores Jr. came from a poor family in Negros Oriental province. When he was a young teenager he came ...
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Rosalinda Galang’s first political exposure was as editor of the UST’s student organ, the Varsitarian, and as member of the ...
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Uban niini nga gula sa Budyong, among ipadayag ang among pagbangutan sa kamatayan ni Edwin C. Laguerder, usa ka batan-on ...
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Ruben Marinda Lunas was a sickly toddler. His parents brought him to an albulario who recommended that his name be ...
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Wright Molintas Jr. was a scion of two of Benguet province’s most illustrious political families – the Mencios of Atok ...
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Joji Paduano was an exceptional young girl, bright, self-confident and talented. At age four, she was the youngest finalist in ...
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Arturo Taca was a young doctor, bright and gifted, when Ferdinand Marcos declared martial law in 1972. Arturo’s parents as ...
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Gene was born in Washington, USA, of a large but poor family. His father was a Filipino migrant worker and ...
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