Make-a-List Monday: Filipinos

MPs of Filipino descent. There are quite a lot of them in the US; for the uninitiated, the Philippines were an American colony between 1898 and 1946. Wikipedia says that Filipino people were in what is now the United States as early as the 16th century — as sailors, I would guess — and over 40,000 Filipinos have moved to the U.S. annually since 1979.

  1. Richard Paul Agor
  2. Annad Arkangel
  3. Rebecca Arellanosa
  4. Wayne Jason Ausa
  5. Christopher M. Bacsain
  6. Gloria Berreth
  7. Lynda Lee Bronaugh
  8. Aaron Bustamante
  9. Chester Caluya
  10. Karen Cardenas
  11. Joseph Paul Cordova
  12. David Samuel Cortez Jr.
  13. Glizer Dallago
  14. Rosemary Rivas Day
  15. Marilou Medina Dunlap
  16. Jeanette Gomez Espeleta
  17. Maria Pomona Cruz Estrada
  18. Keoni Alexander Fernandez
  19. Lance Sterling Fernandez
  20. Mason Christopher Fernandez
  21. Ann Marie Shaw Godbey
  22. Ann P. Hay
  23. Edgar Cruz Jamias
  24. Peter J. Kema
  25. Julie Aquisalas King
  26. Raymond Guy Kung
  27. Jerome Maeth
  28. Anna Jovita Mallari
  29. Maricel Tolentino Marcial
  30. Godofredo R. Masangya
  31. Michael Omas Masaoay
  32. Robert Gordofredo Mino
  33. Noah Pomaikai Montemayor
  34. Paul Henry Munoz
  35. Arnel Nagal Narvaiz
  36. Pamela Ann Pedro
  37. Manuelita Dejos Pierce
  38. Elizabeth Alfonso Pulido
  39. Diana Raquel Rojas
  40. Stacy Lee Sabal
  41. Daniel Borje Santiago
  42. Noel Borje Santiago
  43. Victorio Abueg Santiago
  44. Maria Theresa Santos
  45. Lulaida Morales Sejalbo
  46. Federico Ventura Supnet
  47. Melchor Tabag
  48. Alex Talosig
  49. Rachel Aquino Thomas
  50. Antonio Crebillo Torres
  51. Loida Gabon Wideman
  52. Rhonda Lynn Yocom