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|First Lady of the Philippines|
March 23, 1957 – December 30, 1961
|Preceded by||Luz Magsaysay|
|Succeeded by||Eva Macapagal|
|Died||1994 (aged 87–88)|
|Spouse(s)||Carlos P. García|
Leonila Dimataga-García (1906 – 1994) was the wife of Philippine President Carlos P. García, and was eighth First Lady of the Philippines. She assumed the title on 17 March 1957 upon the accession of her husband, who was then-Vice-President, shortly after the death of President Ramón Magsaysay.
Fondly called "Indáy", the native of Opon (now Lapu-Lapu City), Cebu was a professional pharmacist. As First Lady, García became active in cultural and social activities in line with her husband's Filipino First Policy.
|First Lady of the Philippines
|Second Lady of the Philippines