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CSC - Examination Passers - Non Professional

Civil Service Examination - Subprofessional
CSC RO V - Rawis, Legazpi City
Date: March 29, 2009

source: www.csc.gov.ph Congratulations!

Seq # Examinee No. Examinee Name
1 582641 ABAN, CIELO ANDREA Y
2 586695 ABRAHAM, MYRA NIKKI R
3 586732 ABRIO, CYRELL C
4 582748 ALAMARES, MARICAR L
5 582700 ALMAZAR, ERIC O
6 586714 ANGELES, MARK CHRISTIAN S
7 586731 AQUINO, HAZEL T
8 586818 BALANE, LESLIE F
9 586691 BALDERAS, CATHERINE B
10 586755 BARBOSA, FRANCIA C
11 582685 BAYOCA, RAFAEL RYAN D
12 586655 BIAG, MARY JANE I
13 582756 BUFI, MENCHIE B
14 586844 BUTIAL, CHRISTY L
15 582730 CABALLES, MARY GRACE A
16 582520 CASABA, CARLO MAGNO N
17 586702 CHUNACO, ACHILLIS MARCELUS B
18 582588 COMEDOR, LIEZL F
19 586830 DE VILLA, CECILLE M
20 586752 DELA CRUZ, CAMILLE P
21 586788 ELERIA, MADONNA B
22 586763 ESPERAS, ROLANDO JR L
23 586675 FALABI, MARITES M
24 582705 GERERO, RONNEL L
25 582550 GIANAN, ERICPIM T
26 586647 GONZALES, MAAN JULIA D
27 582521 HERMOSA, BERNY D
28 586719 IMPERIAL, REA JESEL D
29 582723 JASARENO, ESTELA D
30 582624 LATOSA, FRANCISCO D
31 586761 LUAREZ, JANAROSE P
32 586713 LUKBAN, EVA JOY R
33 582553 MALLORCA, MARICAR F
34 582569 MARCAIDA, JORHEN L
35 586751 MENDOZA, LUCELLE R
36 582753 MORALEDA, ARMIDA N
37 586718 NACARIO, KAREN D
38 586846 NAVARRO, MARIA VANESSA J
39 582737 NICOLAS, KATRINA LESLIE C
40 582532 NUÑEZ, KAY G
41 586586 OCAMPO, MARILYN R
42 582679 OPERARIO, MARIA JESSA N
43 582669 PADUA, JENNIFER T
44 586827 PAGUIO, DIVINE GRACE M
45 582511 QUILATAN, DANIEL S
46 586568 RAMIREZ, RICHARD A
47 586790 RAÑOLA, HENRY IV Y
48 586587 REBELLION, MANUEL JR D
49 582703 SALE, CYRENE G
50 586648 SAMANTELA, LEIZL M
51 582718 SAN ISIDRO, REY FERNAN V
52 586742 SEÑA, MARK EDMUND R
53 586778 SYCHING, RUBY A
54 582701 TABLIZO, VENELYN A
55 586820 TAN, LETTY B
56 582578 TANAEL, HAZEL T
57 586804 TORRECAMPO, FREDERICK C
58 582806 TORRES, MARIONETTE S
59 582792 TY, GEIZL GRACE L
60 582773 VARGAS, PRINZ VAN M
61 586722 VERAS, FRANCO JR E
62 586563 VICTORINO, MADELYN A
63 582819 VILLAMOR, ARTHUR D
64 586564 VILLEGAS, KATRINA M
65 582726 ZUÑIGA, GERARD S

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