Provincial Board Members

Julian B. Daan (1st District)

Julian “Teban” Daan is a radio personality whose political career started in 1982 when he won as councilor in Tabunok, Talisay. He served the post until 1987.

He then became municipal councilor and later on elected as representative of the first district. He is now on his fourth term.

Sergio B. Restauro (1st District)

Serrie Restauro is an eye, ears, nose, and throat (EENT) specialist by profession. He served as councilor in Talisay City for three terms.

As a former chairman of the Talisay City Council committee on health, he was the first councilor to conduct a free contract operation in the city. In 2007, he was elected as second councilor.

Wilfredo S. Caminero (2nd District)

Wilfredo Caminero is now on his second term as the representative of the second legislative district of Cebu Province.

He is a native of Argao, but earned a vocational degree in agriculture at the Central Mindanao State University. He became municipal vice mayor of Argao from 1992-1999.

Peter John D. Calderon (2nd District)

Peter John Calderon is a lawyer.

He placed 11th in the 1998 Philippine Bar Examinations.

He joined politics in 2001, holding the mayoral post of Samboan town.

In 2007, he was elected member of the Provincial Board.

Alex S. Binghay (3rd District)

Alex Binghay devoted most of his political career serving Balamban.

He held the vice mayoral post of his town.

Balamban is now known as the Shipbuilding Capital of Asia.

He became mayor of Balamban for the past nine years.

Caesar Ian Geronimo R. Zambo (3rd District)

Caesar Ian Geromino Zambo is now on his second term as the representative of the third legislative district of Cebu Province. Even in his Youth, Zambo already have the passion of serving his constituents. He was Sangguniang Kabataan federation president from 1993-1996. In 1998, he was elected as a city councilor of Toledo, making him the youngest councilor ever elected in the city. He held post until 2007.

Sun J. Shimura (4th District)

Sun Shimura is the youngest member of the Provincial Board batch 2010-2013. He became mayor of Daanbantayan town from 2007-2010, earning him the title as the youngest mayor of the province of Cebu.

His mother, former vice mayor of Daanbantayan Maria Luisa Loot, took over his post.

Joven J. Mondigo Jr. (4th District)

Joven “Benjun” Mondigo Jr. is a lawyer by profession.

He joined politics and succeeded his father, PB member Joven Mondigo Sr.

The younger Mondigo is now on his second term as representative of the fourth legislative district of the Cebu Province.

Agnes A. Magpale (5th District)

Agnes Magpale started her political career in 1971 when she was elected as vice mayor of Danao City and held the post for seven years.

In 1992, she run for membership of the Provincial Board, was elected, and has served in that capacity for an uninterrupted term of nine years. She is a staunch advocate of the rights of women and children.

Jude Thaddeus D. Sybico (5th District)

Jude Thaddeus Sybico is the new representative of the fifth legislative district of Cebu Province, succeeding her mother Provincial Board Member Rosemarie “Judy” Durano.

Though a first-time politician, Sybico cannot be considered a neophyte in the political arena as he once served as his mothers’ political consultant.

Arleigh Jay C. Sitoy (6th District)

Arleigh Jay Sitoy is the former mayor of Cordova.

He was also a journalist.

Unknown to many, he became a reporter of the Freeman newspaper.

He got recognition as outstanding mayor of the Philippines.

Thadeo Z. Ouano (6th District)

Thadeo “Teddy” Ouano is the former mayor of the city of Mandaue. He served the Mandauehanons in this capacity for three terms.

He followed the footsteps of his father, Lafredo Ouano, who was also mayor of Mandaue.

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