The Words of the Dominguez Family

Rep. Victor S. Dominguez' send-off Ceremony set today

February 10, 2008

Representative Victor S. Dominguez of the lone district of Mountain Province succumbed Friday to cardiac arrest and complications from diabetes at St. Luke's Medical Center in Quezon City. He was 72. His bereaved wife USec Josefina Dominguez and their children together with the UM Philippines leaders,

Rev. Michael G. Zablan, Rev. Joseph Navalta and Rev. Jimmy Vergara of the FFWPU are set to have the Sunday Service with Seung Hwa and send-off Ceremony February 10, 2008 for the soul of the departed representative. His burial will be set on February 16 in Bontoc accordingly.

Mountain Province Governor Maximo Dalog said Dominguez had been sick for sometime. "The province is deeply mourning his death and his provincemates would like to pay their last respects," said Dalog.

Dominguez served as Mountain Province representative from 1987 to 1998 and from 2004 to present. He was replaced by his wife, Josephine, in 1998. He ran but lost to Roy Pilando in the 1998 elections. Pilando died before finishing his term.

Dominguez belonged to an influential family in the Cordillera. His father, Alejandro, was a former mayor of Sabangan, the family hometown, while his older brother, Honorio, served as mayor of Tadian town.

A civil engineering graduate of Saint Louis University here, Dominguez started as a gravel-and-sand dealer and contractor (with reports from; photos by Vincent King Tambaun).

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