Remedios Pusag David

Profile Updated: August 16, 2017
Remedios Pusag
Class Year: 1961
Residing In: Quezon City, Metro Manila Philippines
Spouse/Partner: widow
Occupation: retired BSP employee
Children: Jerome-1970
Ruth -1971
Jorge III - 1973
Joel - 1975
Pauline - 1978
Yes! Attending Reunion
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after RI in 1961, I spent most of my life in QC where I established my residency. I worked as a government employee in Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas from 1978 until I retired in 2009). Presently I am a Barangay Kagawad in Culiat as a replacement to my daughter Ruth who migrated to Sn. Jose CA. last 2009. I have a son, Jojit, in NZ who works as an engineer in AirNZ and whom I occasionally visit. I hope to accompany my 2 other grandchildren in joining their parents in Sn. Jose anytime the petition papers have been favorably acted upon. I now spend my free time (after attending to the needs of my constituents in our barangay) watching movies, jamming with former colleagues from the Bank (gulping up to 3 bottles of SMB) with a platter of the famous Filipino sisig) . . . I am happily widowed and what else? I am now addicted to Facebook!!!

School Story:

I belonged to 1-J class of Mr. Jacob until 3-J and it was during our 4th year that Rizal Institute became RIDB. I was not particularly inclined to any school extra-curricular activities because I was competing for #1 in our class. I recall the school had a Rizalian Pioneer wherein the honor roll from 1st to 4th year were posted and I really wanted to maintain the prestige of being a PUSAG (who consistently land in the honor roll). Unfortunately, there were a lot of competitors who were more intelligent, smart, and topnotchers in academics than me, Virgie Lolarga, Inyang Magpantay, Totoy Laborde, and who else? (No regrets just the same)Studying then (mixed class) was challenging because either you had a secret admiration for a classmate (of opposite sex) or you simply idolized the young instructors like Mr. Pete Ducot, Mr. Garaza, Mr. Tabarez, Mr. Abiera, or Mr. Uson (whose pair of eyes we always compare to a foreign actor - John Derek). Who could forget Mr. Bascon from whom my brothers Kuya Dayo and Tacs learned how to play the Horn.But it is Mr. Jacob I fondly remember - the disciplinarian, strict, but always at hand to give counselling. I also remember him sending me to 4-H Field Competition together with Carmelita Nazaredo just to find out later on that we would be competing in a contest - maguunahang hulihin ang isang piglet with grease all over his body and in a mud pool? Until now I cant help but smile everytime I remember that incident and to think I was expecting a more challenging contest of the mind . . . but those are fond memories I treasure . . . .

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Hi there batchmate Danny,
Class 61 is planning to hold a mini reunion on November 11, 2017
We hope you can join us, best regards
Tika Gang Eding

PS- Wala na nga pala si Ate Lita, she passed away last April 11, 2016

Aug 22, 2016 at 4:33 AM
Mar 16, 2016 at 10:47 AM

Hi Danny,
Class 61 will celebrate our Emerald Jubilee this coming April 10, 2016 at Cresencio Amante's place in Bo. Casile. I know it is late for the invite but still l am trying. Ato Wagan just came home and signified his attendance. Hope to hear from you.
For Class 61,
Remie Pusag David

Aug 22, 2015 at 4:35 AM
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the core group of Class 61 brainstorming for our Golden Anniversary
Posted: Dec 17, 2013 at 1:11 AM
Domeng Acosta, Menchie Tapay, Ching Trinos, Robert Yabut, Frisco Mendoza, Noemi Dimayuga and Annie Arcebuche (not in photo- Remie Pusag) who took the shot
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class 61 members meeting at Carmen Tapay's residence in Ayala-Alabang
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Rey Natividad, Noemi Dimayuga, Ila Dalmacio and the host, Carmen Tapay
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posing for posterity the twelve apostles?