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President Marilyn Barredo
Rotary Year 2014-2015

My parents are Leonardo and Encarnacion Peralta. I was born in San Jose Nueva, Ecija, in the Philippines. Elementary in San Jose and Olongapo (skipped the sixth grade). Junior High and High School in San Francisco, California. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management through the University of Phoenix, San Francisco Branch.

Had a busy high school life: from vice president of the student body, head pom pom girl, commander of the drill team, member of the dance troupe (which performed in hospitals, high schools, and television programs), leadership team. Graduated number two in the class, and was Outstanding Teenager of America.

Worked through the ranks to Vice-President of Data Center Operations at Bank of America, San Francisco. Licensed Realtor in the San Francisco Bay Area for three years. Manager of Project Managers Group, Marketing at Wells Frago Bank, San Francisco, CA. Self-retired in 2006 and has been a member of the Rotary Club of Baguio ever since. Has held the following positions with RCBaguio: Treasurer, Director/Chair of Community Service, Vice President and now– President.

I enjoy travelling to faraway places and around the Philippines; playing golf, reading mystery and crime novels, shopping and food.

President and Rotary Apos

Pres. Marilyn with granddaughters Sydney and Caitlyn McNamara.

Two Children: daughter, Charlyn married to Gary McNamara with two daughters: Caitlyn and Sydney; son, Anthony married to Gladys with two boys, Francis and Jake.

The above article has been taken from the first issue of the Canao of the current Rotary Year 2014-2015.

Pres. Marilyn is presently in California, and has excused herself from the club for the whole month of July for the Family Reunion of her mom. She is expected back in Baguio to attend to her RCBaguio duties come August.


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