December 5, 2022

This year’s outstanding citizens of Baguio are individuals with true integrity and known for bravery, having reached out to countless people from all walks of life needing their assistance, expertise, and services in the performance of their duties either as civil servants or as private citizens. One of them is known for heroism and bravery for continuously serving the country and the Filipinos beyond the call of duty.

Judge Mia Joy C. Cawed

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Marybeth Yu So

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Arch. Dulthe Carlo Munar

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Ferdinand John Balanag

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Rodolfo ‘Ompong’ Tan

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Ricky Balicdang Ducas, R.N.

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Raymundo D. Rovillos, Ph. D

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Lt/Gen. Romeo S. Brawner, Jr.

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Baguio is blessed and proud to have sons and daughters who possess the Filipino traits and qualities needed in this rapidly changing society.
The Society of Outstanding Citizens of Baguio (Socob) headed by its president Elma Donaal through the 2022 search committee chaired by Dona Digna Rosario did a remarkable job in choosing this year’s outstanding citizens, who will be honored during the 113th Charter Day celebration on Sept. 1 at the Baguio Convention Center.
The honorees are: Army Lt/Gen. Romeo S. Brawner, Jr., Baguio Regional Trial Court Judge Mia Joy C. Cawed, and Dr. Raymundo R. Rovillos for professional service; civic-minded photographer Rodolfo “Ompong” Tan, registered nurse Ricky B. Ducas, and Marybeth Yu So for community service; and Ferdinand John L. Balanag and Arch. Dulthe Carlo Munar for culture and the arts.