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Vice Gov. Baby Suaybaguio turns 73, Gov. RDR 80

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 22, 2015 by cha monforte

aug 27-sept 2, 2014

Davao del Norte Vice Governor Victorio “Baby” Suaybaguio, Jr. celebrated his 73rd birthday last Tuesday at the Clubhouse in the Provincial Sports Complex with well-wishers warmly greeting and wishing him for more birthdays to come.

Well-wishers included the man whom he has been with in steering excellent provincial governance for four terms already- Governor Rodolfo del Rosario, who will turn 80 by Monday with another big bash and thanksgiving party at the Capitol, Mankilam, Tagum City.

Other Baby’s well wishers were successful Tagum-homegrown businessman Larry Y. Rubinos or LYR, provincial police director PSSupt. Samuel Gadingan, his colleagues in the Sangguniang Panlalawigan, a hundred of provincial department officials and employees, ordinary citizens, his friends, some Tagum pioneer residents, kins and relatives.


On his his natal day, the vice governor was greeted with mananita from various groups at dawn, and attended the early morning mass to thank the Almighty for a good life reached and for all the blessings from the Lord showered unto to him through the years.

After the mass, the vice governor invited mass attendees and religious leaders for a breakfast salo-salo at the upper sacristy, back of the Cathedral.

Even if it was his birthday, the vice governor did not skip presiding the regular session of the SP. It was business as usual for the SP as a superb legislative mill, where sometimes members exchanged fires over issues worth to be discussed with VG Baby moderating and presiding it well.

Also notable among the guests in the Clubhouse as of 7:00 P.M. were Board Members Shirley Belen Aala, Dr. Fred De Veyra, Alan Dujali, Erning Evangelista, Hernani Duco and Tete So, outstanding coop leader Norma Pereyras, Sto. Tomas Mayor Benigno Andamon, BE Mayor BE Dujali Vice Mayor Samuel Pacres, OIC provincial administrator Norma Lumain, other businessmen and elected officials.

Guests still came in after 7:00 P.M. while the Tagum City band, deployed by Mayor Allan Rellon, entertained the guests and well-wishers. (Rural Urban News/Cha Monforte)