Officers 2023-2025

Mark Gonzalgo, MD, PhD
Luigi Borillo, MD
N. Thad Padua, MD
Immediate Past President
Elizabeth Leynes-Le, MD
Recording Secretary
Mary Ann Fernandez, MD
Bernadette Roco, RN
Public Relations Officer
Teresita De Gamo, MD
Corresponding Secretary
Jun Valera, MD


Brendan Duterte, MD
Pedro Cajator, MD
Rosemarie Padua, MD
Jeremy Velasco, DDS


Mark Gonzalgo, MD, PhD
N. Thad Padua, MD
Agnes Alikpala, MD
Jessy Madayag, RN
Herminigildo Valle, MD
Medical Mission

Standing & Special Committees

Carmencita Agcaoili, MD
By Laws
Ester Kotowski, MD
Rosemarie Padua, MD
Community Outreach
Sheila Gonzalgo, MD
Edith Oliva, MD

Past Presidents

In 2015, office tenure was changed to biennial.

2021N. Thad Padua, MD

2019Ria San Valentin Calinga, MD

2017Pedro L. Cajator, MD

2015Peter N. Bretan Jr, MD

2014Carmencita A. Agcaoili, MD

2013Leila R. Olivera, MD

2012Lourdes O. Agcaoili, MD

2011Robert Ang, MD

2010Reynaldo M. Cordero, MD

2009Victorina Brizuela Bach, MD

2008Clementina Manio, MD

2007Herminigildo V. Valle, MD

2006Emmanuel Cepe, MD

2005Marlene Cordero, MD

2004Carmelo Roco, MD

2003Agnes Y. Alikpala, MD

2002Corazon de Guzman, MD

2001Felicidad Lao, MD

2000Reynaldo M. Cordero, MD

1999Recto de Leon, MD

1998Agaton T. Gualberto, MD

1997Carmencita Jose, MD

1996Lene V. M. Martinez, MD

1995Adolfo Badillo, MD

1994Angelo Ozoa, MD

1993Roger Espiritu, MD

1992Cesar S. Ortiz, MD

1991Valeriano B. Viray, MD

1990Jose Rodriguez, MD

1989Eugenio Balbuena, MD

1988Lourdes O. Agcaoili, MD

1987Besosie Ganal, MD


Dr. William (Bill) Candelario, is a member of the first graduating class of 1957 from the FEU College of Medicine. He completed his post-graduate training all over the Midwest. An internship in Cleveland, Ohio, general practice residency in St. Louis , Missouri, and surgical residency in Nashville, Tennessee. His general medical-surgical practice started in Nashville, Tennessee until his transfer to California in 1966. He was a reserve in the U. Air Force with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel for 6 years, barely avoiding the call to action by 24 hours, when the ground war of the Desert Storm suddenly ended in 1991.

Together with the Ibabaos, the Candelarios were the pioneer medical mission volunteers. During his tenure as PMSNC President, he designated Dr. Lourdes Olivares Agcaoili to start a scholarship program for deserving Filipino-American students in the Bay Area schools of Medicine, Dentistry & Pharmacy, and tasked Dr. Besosie Ganal to start a fundraising campaign.

His main interests include golf and the Rotary Club of Pinole. Through his leadership, he has influenced the Rotary Club to pledge $1000 a year to the medical mission--an ongoing pledge that started 36 years ago.

1985Leonilo Malabed, MD

1984Teofilo Ulanday, MD

1983Aguedo Retodo, MD

1982Felix Agcaoili, MD

1981Antonio Abiog, MD


Dr. Florentino (Tino) Ibabao & his wife Dr. Lilia Ferrer Ibabao. reluctantly in 1984, became the original mission volunteers. Upon their arrival in Numancia, Aklan a city outside Kalibo, a group of townsmen gathered in front of their ancestral home to welcome them and to seek medical care from the “state-side” physicians. This continued for the next few days, and the much needed vacation turned into a medical-surgical stand-up clinic.

The following year in anticipation of a recurrence, they invited their nephew Dr. William Candelario, a surgeon and his wife Dr. Reynalda Candelario, an anesthesiologist, plus a few nurses from the Doctors’ Medical Center in San Pablo and Pinole and from Brookside Hospital. These nurses and their spouses were easily recruited with a promise of half days’ work and fun for the rest of the day. The half-day work, of course, could not be honored because of the sheer number of patients who needed to be seen. The Rotary Club of Aklan helped provide food and lodging for the volunteers.

The PMSNC became involved by the 3rd year, and since then, the volunteer count multiplied exponentially. The medical mission has continued to be the major activity of the society.

Dr. Tino Ibabao is a 1951 graduate of UST College of Medicine, interned in St. Louis, Missouri, had general surgery training in Cleveland, Ohio, and trained for two years in plastic surgery in Toronto, Canada. His private practice was in in West Contra Costa County at the Doctors’ Medical Center in San Pablo, at Brookside Hospital, and was one of the twelve MD’s that kept the Doctors’ Hospital in Pinole open for a few years longer.

He retired in 1987 and stays active with his special interest in golf, plus he is one of Stephen Curry's most avid fans.

The Ibabaos have three children, including a daughter who became a nurse after joining a medical mission. They enjoy the company of their five devoted grandchildren, who all live in their community.

1979Godofredo Torres, MD

1978Angelo Ozoa, MD

1977Carlos Delgado, MD

1976Ernesto Hilario, MD

1975Leonardo Martin, MD

1974Eugenio Zarate, MD

1973Rodolfo Duterte, MD