CIM Class 1972 News and Information

Year 2004

Interested in CIM Class 1972 T-shirts?

     Billy Juson, wife of Maning Juson of the CIM Class 1972, has offered her professional skill to embroider T-shirts for the Class 1972 at the cost of only $10 each. You can choose any of the following colors: dark blue, light blue, gray, white and red. If you are interested to purchase any of these embroidered T-shirts, call Billy on this number: Home: 806 - 256 - 1999 Cell: 806 - 334 - 6549.

A CIM 1972 Daughter's Graduation

    To view the pictures of Cle Estrera's daughter's graduation, click on:

Graduation, UVA School of Medicine 2004

Class 1972 Get-together 2004

     September 3-6, 2004

     Ed and Vivian Suico's Residence
     6010 Rosecliff Drive
     Lorain, Ohio 44053
     Tel: 440 - 960 - 0677

     Hotel Recommendation:
     Country Inn and Suites
     645 Griswold Road
     Elyria, Ohio 44035
     Tel: 440 - 324 - 0099
     Fax: 440 - 324 - 1199
     Contact person: Kiran Patel, General Manager

      Our deep condolences to our fellow class 1972 Dymphna Urgello Ybanez and the Urgello family.

     Dr. Virgilio Urgello passed away peacefully in his house on February 15. Vivien Alix-Seno was his attending physician as well as Jason Villegas. He was a UST graduate- class of 42. He was buried on the 20th of Feb. with the Urgello-Sarmiento Clan in full force, as well as relatives and friends on both sides of the family. Among those attending were his old friends and our professors in CIM: Dr. Gandencio Hermossisma, Dr. Maglasang, Dr. Lim Chiu and Maida's dad, who was a classmate of my father, Dr. Benigno Antigua. Dr. and Mrs. Juan Maderazo. Mrs. Rosita Arcenas, the late Dr. Arcenas widow, was there too. Being both widows we had long talk on how I can cope with all that has happened. From Dymphna.

(Left to Right)Dr. Maglasang, Raul Urgello, Dr. Limchiu

(Left to Right) Winifred Lumapas, A Friend, Grace Rojas-Lumapas, Evelyn Refols-Flores

    Ray and Emma Castillejo's son, Michael Castillejo, tied a knot with his fiancee on December 20, 2002, that would take them to a lifetime journey of being together for better or for worse. The girl is a Filipina-Hawaiian and they had their wedding in a beautiful beach in Hawaii where tuxes and gowns were unnecessary. The pictures below will speak better for it.

     Our Class 1972's heartfelt condolences to Dymphna Urgello Ybanez and her family. Ralph Ybanez, Dymphna's husband, passed away on December 13, 2002 after a short bout of a liver ailment. He presented himself with a sudden onset of ascites in October 2002 and was found to have hepatoma.

    We'd like Dymphna not to hesitate to tell us of the Class 1972 if there is anything we can help her with aside from our prayers.

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