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by Alumni and Public Affairs Office on 12 31st, 2010
 ABCollege tallies new professionals for 2010, sets record anew

ABCollege tallies new professionals for 2010, sets record anew

The Andres Bonifacio College has continued its winning streak by setting a new record as it tallies eighty (80) new professionals in nine (9) different professional courses for the year 2010. Such astonishing feat is the result of the  continuous dedication, motivation, and support from the faculty and the school administration to the graduates of the College so that they would  strive hard during the review and ultimately pass or top their respective board examinations given by the Professional Regulation Commission.

Leading the trail is the School of Criminology with forty-five (45) passers in the April and August board exams followed by the School of Education with its twenty-four (24) new teachers from the April and September exams. Following right behind is the School of Engineering with its eighteen (18) new engineers passing  the Geodetic, Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering licensure exams. The School of Business Management Education also tallied ten (10) new Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) for the May and October exams. Regarded as one the best law schools in the country, the School of Law of Andres Bonifacio College added to their prestigious ranks two (2) new lawyers.

The complete list of passers is tabulated below:

Month Board Examination Passer/s
March 2010 Registered Mechanical Engineers Engr. Eliezer A. Lismis
Bar Atty. Carlyn L. Villarias
Atty. Yellen B. Yap
April 2010 Criminologists Leo  N.  Amingnan
Manuel  M. Amodia
Deonard P.  Bahonsua
Dennis E. Cahanap
Rex Zandro R. Chiong
Garry Lloyd V. Dingding
Jovie Y. Empeynado
Loremae P. Escal
Ramil A. Gamboa
Junmar R. Geromo
Francis C. Gonzales
Ciciro D. Garcia
Lanelyn T. Lañoso
Concelito L. Legados
Rolando A. Malacat
Nilo M.  Moro,Jr.
Jeson C.Nacua
Roel O. Paderes
Joerich A. Ramos
Venjie C. Sangcom
Hadjie T. Sansoles
Roel  L. Talaid
Ricardo B. Tingcang
Jossan A. Jauculan
April 2010 Teachers Edward D. Bularon
Rico C. Lacquio
Gretchen T. Malon
Mylene L. Masibay
John T. Pamaos
May 2010 Certified Public Accountants Roe Omar M. Icao
Cleofe Concepcion M. Opulentisima
Florencio E, Ulla, Jr.
Registered Electrical Engineers Engr. Giovanni C. Valleroso
July 2010 Nurses Francis Don L. Singson
August 2010 Criminologists Fredy T. Amas
Cristy C. Antopina
Renato Jr. M. Deligero
Alexander C. Fuentespina, Jr.
Marvil G. Laurie
Rezin S. Lugo
Dickson D. Mabbagu
Mary Mie R. Manago
Ronelo C. Mayor
Frederic A. Palconayo
Eric Q. Panangitan
Alryan R. Pantaleon
Ritzi B. Recososa
Edwin Jr. Z. Saturos
Dennis L. Sevilla
Algie M. Tamparong
Mark Stephen D. Undog
September 2010 Geodetic Engineers Engr. Ramel E. Apuya
Registered Electrical Engineers Engr. Jexter P. Lear
Elementary Reycel O. Abitona
Janice T. Dano
Nevilyn A. Jutba
Irene R. Orong
Maylin O. Penaso
Vivian V. Rosos
Anne France M. Sambang
Charity P. Undog
Sylvia D. Velasco
Secondary Eva A. Eucogco
Remryan R. Rebutazo
October 2010 Certified Public Accountants Maribeth M. Albios
Karil B. Cagbabanua
Rachel B. Dagpin
Mark James A. Dela Peña
Jolisa R. Omolo
Cherry May E. Polinar
Myra Ailyn B. Reluya
Quenee C. Yuag
Mechanical Engineers Engr. Joenel S. Delmo
Engr. Alma I. Gumanas
Engr. Gerardo B. Gumilak, Jr.
Engr. Marilou B. Macalla
Engr. Stephen John M. Orilla
Engr. Christopher E. Rodriguez
Engr. Jona E. Sayon
Engr. Analy G. Roda
Civil Engineers Engr. Rodel T. Anggot
Engr. Rovinick A. Asilo
Engr. Jayson T. Dano
Engr. Dario M. Eldian
Engr. Paulo O. Sanchez
Engr. Renie G. Tik-ing

In its never-ending quest for academic excellence, the Andres Bonifacio College has continued  to provide quality and affordable education to the province of Zamboanga del Norte and even to its neighboring cities and provinces. With innovative approaches to teaching and with the offering of in-house review classes, the passing rate of the College has greatly improved in the past three years.

Since 1940, the Andres Bonifacio College has  never wavered in its cause in molding its graduates to become better and highly qualified professionals in their chosen fields and to become good servants and leaders of the community; thus, it has earned the title “Pioneer Builder of Leaders”.

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