Governor of Bulacan

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Governor of Bulacan
Gobernador ng Lalawigan ng Bulakan
Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado.jpg
Incumbent
Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado

since June 30, 2010
Style The Honorable
Seat Bulacan Provincial Capitol
Appointer Elected via popular vote
Term length 3 years
Inaugural holder Gregorio del Pilar
Formation 1897
Website Official Website of the Province of Bulacan

The Governor of Bulacan (Filipino: Punong Lalawigan ng Bulakan) is the local chief executive of the province of Bulacan in Central Luzon region of the country. The governor holds office at the Bulacan Provincial Capitol in Malolos City.

List of Governors of Bulacan[edit]

  Nacionalista   Partido Liberal   Lakas-CMD   NUP

Portrait Governor Term of office Place of Origin
1 Gen. Gregorio del Pilar
(Gregorio Hilario del Pilar y Sempio)
November 14, 1875 – December 2, 1899
(Aged 24) 
May 1898[1]

December 2, 1899
San Jose, Bulakan
2 Brig. Gen. Isidoro Torres
(Isidoro Torres y Dayao)
April 10, 1886 – December 5, 1928
(Aged 42)
1899 Matimbo, Malolos
Segundo Rodrigo 1898–1899 Bulakan
3 Col. José Juan Serapio 1900–1901 Bagbaguin, Santa Maria
4   Pablo Ocampo Tecson
July 4, 1858 – April 30, 1940
(Aged 81)
1902–1906   San Miguel
(formerlySan Miguel de Mayumo)
5   Teodoro Sandiko
(Teodoro Sandiko y Santa Ana)
March 31, 1860 – October 19, 1939
(Aged 79)
1906–1909   Pandacan
6 Donato Teodoro 1910–1912 Sto. Cristo, Malolos
7 Trinidad Icasiano
1883 – ??
June 4, 1912–1916 Santa Maria
8   Nicolas Buendía
March 12, 1879–1949
(Aged 70)
1916–1919   Malolos
9 Juan B. Carlos 1919–1921 Baliuag
10 Pio Valenzuela.jpg   Dr. Pío Valenzuela
Pío Valenzuela y Alejandrino
July 11, 1869 – April 6, 1956
(Aged 86)
1921–1925   Valenzuela
(Formerly Polo)
11 Restituto J. Castro 1925–1928 Bulakan
12 José Padilla, Sr. 1928–1931 Plaridel
13 Cirilo B. Santos 1931–1934 San Miguel
14 José Padilla, Sr. 1934–1937 Plaridel
15 Jacinto Molina 1938–1940 Bulacan
16 Emilio Rustia 1941–1943 Baliuag
17 Fortunato F. Halili
February 28, 1898 – ??
1943–1944 Bagbaguin, Santa Maria
18 Javier Fabalan 1944
19 Jose delos Reyes 1944
20   Alejo S. Santos
July 17, 1911 — February 18, 1984
(Aged 72)
1945–1946   Bustos
21 Arturo Samaniego 1946
22 Pedro Viudez 1946
23 Fortunato F. Halili
February 28, 1898 – ??
1946–1951 Bagbaguin, Santa Maria
24 Teofilo Sauco 1951
25   Alejo S. Santos
July 17, 1911 — February 18, 1984
(Aged 72)
1952–1957   Bustos
26   Tomas S. Martin 1958–1963   Hagonoy
27   Jose M. Villarama 1964–1967   Angat
28   Ignacio Santiago, Sr.
August 31, 1929 – December 2, 2015
(Aged 86)
1968–1986   Valenzuela
29   Amado T. Pineda
September 13, 1920 – December 16, 1995
(Aged 75)
1987–1988   Calizon, Calumpit
30   Roberto M. Pagdanganan
July 19, 1946
(Age 71)
February 1988

June 30, 1998
  Calumpit
31   Josefina M. dela Cruz
April 15, 1958
(Age 60)
June 30, 1998

June 30, 2007
  Lolomboy, Bocaue
32   Joselito R. Mendoza June 30, 2007

June 30, 2010
  Lolomboy, Bocaue
33 Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado.jpg   Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado
December 29, 1946
(Age 71)
June 30, 2010

Incumbent
  Hagonoy
 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "General Gregorio del Pilar". Official Website of the Philippine Military Academy. Archived from the original on January 19, 2016. Retrieved March 20, 2016.