New Philippine Chess President and Secretary General Print
Sunday, 02 April 2006 00:00
Congressman Prospero Pichay and Mayor Abraham Tolentino are the new President and Secretary General, respectively, of the National Chess Federation of the Philippines. Congressman Pichay is Vice Chairman of the powerful Committee on Appointments of the House of Representatives while Mayor Tolentino of Tagaytay City hosted the Asian Cities and chess event of the Southeast Asian Games. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >Casto Abundo continues as FIDE Delegate.


Seated from left are: FIDE Delegate Casto Abundo, newly elected Secretary General Mayor Abraham Tolentino, newly elected President Congressman Prospero Pichay and Treasurer Red Dumuk
Standing from left are: newly elected NCFP Auditor Atty. Edmundo Legaspi, reelected Vice President Provincial Administrator Romeo Serratubias, reelected Vice President Ed Madrid, Tournament Committee Chairman International Arbiter Wilfredo Abalos and Director Dr. Jenny Mayor.
Not in photo are NCFP Chairman Congressman Matias Defensor, immediate past president Go Teng Kok, Gen. Arturo Carrillo, Gov. Raul Molintas, Atty. Samuel Estimo and Jesus Torre.

Welcome into the FIDE family!

Congressman Prospero Pichay and Mayor Abraham Tolentino are the new President and Secretary General, respectively, of the National Chess Federation of the Philippines. Big things are in store for Philippine chess. Congressman Pichay is Vice Chairman of the powerful Committee on Apppointments of the House of Representatives while Mayor Tolentino of Tagaytay City had hosted the Asian Cities Tournament and the chess event of the Southeast Asian Games last year. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >Casto Abundo continues as FIDE Delegate.
 
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