Governor of Zamboanga del Norte

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The Governor of Zamboanga del Norte is the local chief executive of the Philippine province of Zamboanga del Norte.

Governor Term Notes
Felipe B. Azcuna 1952–1955 Azcuna was the former governor of Zamboanga before becoming the first Governor of Zamboanga del Norte.
Guadalupe C. Adaza 1955 Adaza previously served as Board Member until she was appointed by President Ramon Magsaysay to replace suspended Governor Felipe Azcuna.
Romulo G. Garrovillo 1955–1959 Garrovillo served as member of the Provincial Board before becoming governor.
Guadalupe C. Adaza 1959–1963 Adaza was elected vice-governor but was promoted to governor when Governor-elect Alberto Ubay chose to continue his service in the Philippine House of Representatives[1]
Felipe B. Azcuna 1963–1967 Reelected governor in 1963.
Virginio B. Lacaya 1967–1980 Lacaya was a former Mayor of Dipolog before becoming governor. He retired from politics in 1980.
Alberto Q. Ubay 1980–1986 Ubay previously served in the Philippine House of Representatives before elected governor.
Isagani S. Amatong 1986–1995; 1998–2004 Amatong was appointed Officer-In-Charge Governor of Zamboanga del Norte after the 1986 People Power Revolution; re-elected in 1998.
Roldan B. Dalman 1995–1998 Dalman was a bar topnotcher and served as vice-governor before being elected governor.
Rolando E. Yebes 2004-2013 Yebes was a former Bureau of Customs District Collector before entering politics in 2004.
Roberto Y. Uy 2013-present Uy served as Dipolog City Mayor before being elected Provincial Governor .