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List of Governors of Misamis Oriental

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Governor of Misamis Oriental
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Seal of Misamis Oriental
Incumbent
Yevgeny Vicente Emano

since June 30, 2013
StyleThe Honorable
(Formal)
AppointerElected via popular vote
Term length3 years, not eligible for re-election immediately after three consecutive terms
Inaugural holderDon Gregorio Pelaez
Formation1920

The Governor of Misamis Oriental (Filipino: Gobernador ng Lalawigan Misamis Oriental) is the head of the local government of the province who elected to three year terms. The Governor is also the executive head and leads the provincial departments in executing the provincial ordinances and improving public services. The provincial governor is restricted to three consecutive terms, totaling nine years, although a governor can be elected again after an interruption of one term.

Misamis Province (District of Cebu)[edit]

  • Major Jose Caraballo – 1874-1876
  • Lt. Col. Leopoldo Roldan – 1877-1883
  • Lt. Col. Alberto Bacaj – 1883-1884
  • Lt. Col. Luis Huertes – 1884-1886
  • Lt. Col. Conde de Turealta (Acting) 1886-1887
  • Lt. Col. Federico Tianta – 1887-1888
  • Major Juan Zanon – 1888-1890
  • Lt. Col. Jose de Togores – 1890-1893
  • Lt. Col. Juan de Frats – 1893-1894
  • Capt. Ricardo Carmecerno – 1895-1896
  • Lt. Col. Jose de Togores – 1895-1896
  • Lt. Col. Cristobal de Aguilar – 1896- 1898
  • Governadorcillo Cayetano Pacana – 1898-1899
  • Provincial President Jose Casa Roa – 1899-1900

Undivided Misamis Province[edit]

  • Manuel Roa Corrales– 1901-1905
  • Apolinar Velez – 1906-1909
  • Ricardo Reyes Barrientos – 1910 – 1912
  • Jose Reyes Barrientos – 1912 – 1916
  • Isidro Rillas – 1917-1919
  • Juan Valdeconcha Roa – 1920-1922
  • Segundo Gaston – 1923-1925

Province of Misamis Oriental[edit]

  • Don Gregorio A. Pelaez – 1926-1931
  • Gregorio Borromeo – 1935-1937
  • Don Gregorio A. Pelaez – 1938-1940
  • Pedro S.A Baculio – 1941-1945
  • Mariano Ope Marbella– 1945
  • Ignacio S. Cruz – 1946-1947
  • Felicisimo E. Aguilar – 1948-1950
  • Paciencio G. Ysalina – 1951-1954
  • Vicente L. De Lara, Sr. – 1954-1961
  • Alfonso R. Dadole – 1961-1967
  • Pedro N. Roa – 1968-1969
  • Concordio C. Diel – 1969-1974
  • Rosauro P. Dongallo – 1974-1979
  • Meynardo A. Tiro – 1980
  • Homobono A. Adaza – 1980-1984
  • Fernando B. Pacana, Jr – 1984-1986
  • Norris C. Babiera – 1987-1988
  • Vicente Y. Emano – 1988-1998
  • Ruth de Lara-Guingona – 1998
  • Antonio P. Calingin – 1998-2003
  • Miguel C. de Jesus – 2003-2004
  • Oscar S. Moreno – 2004 to 2013
  • Yevgeny Vicente B. Emano - 2013 - Present

See also[edit]

References[edit]

http://www.cdodev.com/2012/07/26/history-watch-the-governors-of-misamis-oriental-1901-present/


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