List of Upsilon Sigma Phi brothers

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Following is a list of brothers of Upsilon Sigma Phi, the oldest Greek-letter fraternity in Asia, established in 1918 at the University of the Philippines.

Upsilonians by generation[edit]

1920s[edit]

  • Jose B. Abad Santos, Chief Justice and Acting President of the Philippines
  • Carmelino G. Alvendia, associate justice of the Court of Appeals
  • Antonio J. Beldia, Presiding Judge of Branch II of the Court of First Instance of Bohol
  • Agapito C. Braganza, Secretary of Labor and Mayor of Alaminos, Pangasinan
  • Gauttier F. Bisnar, Ambassador and first Philippine consul general in Vancouver, Canada
  • Vicente J. Caedo, Governor of Batangas
  • Alfonso T. Calalang, Governor of the Central Bank of the Philippines
  • Cesar H. Concio, President of the Philippine Institute of Architects
  • Agapito del Rosario, Mayor of Angeles City and World War II hero
  • Leopoldo G. Enrile, President of the Philippine OB-Gyne Society
  • Teodoro M. Kalaw, known as the "Father of the Philippine Library System"[citation needed]
  • Juan R. Liwag, Philippine Senator and Justice Secretary
  • Federico Mangahas, renowned writer, president of the Philippine Writers League (1940–41), and president of Silliman University
  • Crisostomo Ortigas, Dean of the U.P. College of Engineering
  • Pio Pedrosa, banker and Finance and Budget Secretary
  • Antonio R. Quirino, known as the "Father of Philippine Television," founder of the first television station in the Philippines: Alto Broadcasting System (now part of ABS-CBN)
  • Ernesto Y. Sibal, author and publisher, founder of Phoenix Publishing House & Alemar's, member of the UP Board of Regents
  • Agaton A. Ursua, Philippine Representative from Camarines Sur and president of the Philippine Dental Association (1963-1965)
  • Enrique Virata, Acting President of the University of the Philippines

1930s[edit]

  • Yusup R. Abubakar, organized Philippine consulate in Singapore, Federation of Malaya, British North Borneo, Sarawak & Brunei and first diplomatic mission to Middle East, first Philippine ambassador to Malaysia
  • Nestor B. Alampay, Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court
  • Domocao A. Alonto, Philippine Senator and recipient of the King Faisal Foundation Award for Service to Islam
  • Madki A. G. Alonto
  • Roberto S. Benedicto
  • Jolly R. Bugarin, NBI Director
  • Hermogenes D. Concepcion, Jr., Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme and Representative from Nueva Ecija
  • Onofre D. Corpuz, Education Minister, president of the University of the Philippines and National Scientist for Political Economy and Government
  • Vicente G. Ericta, Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court
  • Estanislao A. Fernandez, Philippine Senator and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
  • Ramon C. Fernandez, Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court
  • Enrique M. Garcia, Secretary of Health
  • Jose D. Ingles, Rapporteur of the UN High Commission for Human Rights
  • Jose B. Laurel, Jr., Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives
  • Sotero H. Laurel, President Pro Tempore of the Philippine Senate
  • Jose P. Laurel, 4th President of the Philippines and Philippine President (1943–45) during the Japanese occupation of World War II, Senator and Supreme Court Justice
  • Salvador P. Lopez, Foreign Affairs Secretary, president of the University of the Philippines and chairperson of the UN High Commission for Human Rights
  • Querube C. Makalintal, Speaker of the Batasang Pambansa (House of Representatives) and Chief Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court
  • Teodoro P. Malasig, Olympian, 1936 Berlin Olympics, Men's 400m Hurdles
  • Ferdinand E. Marcos, 10th President of the Republic of the Philippines, President of the Philippine Senate and Representative from Ilocos Norte
  • Samuel F. Reyes, Isabela Governor and Representative
  • Florante C. Roque, Bulacan Representative
  • Renato D. Tayag
  • Arturo M. Tolentino, Philippine Vice President, President of the Philippine Senate, Secretary of Foreign Affairs and Representative from Metro Manila
  • Simeon M. Valdez, Philippine Representative from Ilocos Norte and president of the Integrated Bar of the Philippines
  • Wenceslao Q. Vinzons, provincial governor of Camarines Norte Governor, Philippine Representative and World War II hero
  • Martiniano P. Vivo, Commissioner of the Bureau of Immigration
  • Nicanor E. Yniguez, Speaker of the Batasang Pambansa (National Assembly)
  • Jose P. Rodriguez, USAFFE, Lt, S1, 43rd Infantry Regiment, 41st Division, Court of First Instance Judge (Palawan)

1940s[edit]

  • Joker P. Arroyo, Philippine Senator, Executive Secretary and Representative from Makati
  • Isabelito J. Astraquillo, ambassador
  • Enrique M. Belo, Philippine Representative from Capiz Representative, delegate to 1971 Constitutional Convention, 1949 Bar Topnotcher
  • Jose C. Campos, Jr., Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court
  • Mateo A.T. Caparas, First and only Filipino president of Rotary International
  • Onofre D. Corpuz, National Scientist for Economics, University of the Philippines President, Secretary of Education, Assemblyman
  • Jorge G. Davide - Ten Outstanding Young Men of the Philippines (TOYM) awardee 1962 for Science
  • Jose Encarnacion, Jr. - National Scientist for Economics, dean of the UP School of Economics, 1963 TOYM awardee for Economics
  • Emilio R. Espinosa, Jr., Labor Secretary, Representative from Masbate and provincial governor of Masbate
  • Florentino P. Feliciano, Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court, member of the World Trade Organization Appellate Tribunal, 1961 TOYM awardee for Law
  • Enrique M. Fernando, Chief Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court - Honorary
  • Cesar D. Francisco, Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals
  • Emilio A. Gancayco, Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court
  • Jose O. Juliano, NAST Academician (Nuclear Chemistry and Physics), 1959 TOYM 1959 for Nuclear Science
  • Roman L. Kintanar, president of the International Meteorological Organization (1979–1987) and recipient of the International Meteorological Organization Prize (1995)
  • Salvador H. Laurel, Philippine Vice President, Prime Minister, Senator and Secretary of Foreign Affairs
  • Augusto B. Legaspi Sr., Governor - Aklan Province, 1971 Constitutional Convention Delegate
  • Catalino T. Macaraig, Jr., Executive Secretary and Justice Secretary
  • Armando D. Manalo, writer and ambassador
  • Nicanor A. Mendiola, summa cum laude graduate
  • Estelito P. Mendoza, renowned trial lawyer, Justice Secretary, Philippine Representative from Pampanga and provincial governor of Pampanga
  • Jose R. Moreno, National Artist for Fashion Design
  • Jose Z. Oledan, ambassador
  • Faustino T. Orillo, NAST Academician (Plant Pathology and Mycology)
  • Victor R. Potenciano, founder of Polymedic Hospital
  • Ricardo L. Pronove, Jr., Associate Justice of the Court of Appeals
  • Gerardo M. Roxas, Sr., Minority Floor Leader of the Philippine Senate and Representative from Capiz
  • Camilo D. Quiason, Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court and president of the Philippine Commission of Jurists
  • Troadio T. Quiazon, Jr., Philippine Minister for Trade & Tourism / Commerce & Industry
  • Rodolfo Y. Ragodon, visual artist, 1964 TOYM awardee for Arts Painting
  • Enrique P. Romualdez, writer, publisher and editor
  • Abelardo Samonte, UP Los Banos Chancellor, 1963 TOYM for Public Administration
  • Shen Wang Lin, summa cum laude graduate
  • Mamintal A. J. Tamano, Philippine Senator
  • Bienvenido A. Tan, Jr., Commissioner of the Bureau of Internal Revenue
  • Francisco O. Tansengco, civil engineering board topnotcher
  • Jack Arroyo, Lawyer and Governor of Camarines Sur, retired as a Commissioner of the Social Security System

1950s[edit]

  • Gemino H. Abad, poet and University Professor Emeritus of the University of the Philippines
  • Roque R. Ablan, Jr., Philippine Representative from Ilocos Norte
  • Benigno S. Aquino, Jr., national hero, Philippine Senator and provincial governor of Tarlac
  • Josue B. Bellosillo, Senior Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court
  • Benjamin "Behn" Cervantes, Professor and Film/Theater Director, Street Parliamentarian
  • Romulo G. Davide, 2012 Ramon Magsaysay awardee and known as the "Father of Plant Nematology"
  • Renato P. Dragon, Philippine Representative from Cavite
  • Eric O. de Guia, filmmaker, known as the "Father of Philippine Independent Filmmaking"
  • Emilio R. Espinosa, Labor Secretary and Representative from Masbate
  • Edgardo B. Espiritu - Finance Secretary
  • Raul R. Ingles, President, UP Writers Club, and Editor, Literary Apprentice, 1950–51
  • Bienvenido O. Juliano - National Scientist for Organic Chemistry
  • Ricardo M. Lantican [1] - National Scientist for Plant Breeding and Genetics
  • Antonio O. Mabesa - Actor, Director for Theater and Film. UP Professor for Department of Speech and Arts.
  • Kasan A. Marohombsar - Vice Governor of Lanao del Sur and Ambassador
  • Ismael A. Mathay Jr. - Quezon City Mayor[citation needed]
  • Elmer A. Ordonez, SEA Southeast Asia) Write Awardee, National Secretary, Philippine PEN (International)
  • Teodoro Q. Pena - Environment and Natural Resources Minister
  • Juanito Remulla - Cavite Governor
  • Serafin D. Quiason - Chairperson of the National Historical Institute, TOYM 1965 for History
  • Liborio V. Lumain - Davao City Councilor ( 1987-1992) - (2001-2004)

1960s[edit]

  • Federico R. Agcaoili - President, Philippine Bar Association
  • Wencelito T. Andanar - Chairman, Philippine Coconut Authority. Governor, Surigao Del Norte. Undersecretary, Department of Interior and Local Government. Legal Adviser to the President of the Philippine Olympic Committee.
  • Francisco B. Aniag, Jr. - Bulacan Representative
  • Jaime F. Borres - Quezon City Councilor
  • Dante B. Canlas - Secretary of Economic Planning
  • Angelo Y. Castro, Jr. - ABS-CBN Anchor and News Director
  • Melito T. Glor, NPA Commander and Martial Law martyr
  • Cesar E. Hicaro, Martial Law martyr
  • Richard J. Gordon - Senator and Tourism Secretary
  • Alfredo L. Malicay, Martial Law martyr
  • Gil J. Puyat - Senate President - Honorary
  • Jerome V. Paras - Negros Oriental Representative
  • Jacinto S. Puno - Managing Partner. TBWA/Santiago Mangada Puno advertising agency. Record-setting Five-time "Agency of the Year" awarded by the Association of Accredited Advertising Agencies (2008 to 2012)
  • Andrew O. Nocon - Los Banos Mayor
  • Alfredo E. Pascual - President, University of the Philippines
  • J. Melchor V. Quitain - Davao City Councilor and City Administrator
  • Eduardo C. Zialcita - Paranaque Representative

1970s[edit]

  • Merardo T. Arce, NPA Commander
  • Kumar (Kem) Balani, Publisher - BIZ INDIA Online News
  • Zosimo K. Lee, Dean, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy (CSSP)
  • Jacinto V. Paras, Negros Oriental Representative
  • Frumencio E. Pulgar, Quezon Board Member
  • Jesus Crispin C. Remulla, Cavite Representative
  • Eduardo V. Rodriguez, Palawan Board Member
  • Melchor Quirino C. Sadang, Associate Justice, Court of Appeals
  • Julius D. Torres, Ambassador and Asst. Secretary, Department of Foreign Affairs
  • Manuel V. Valdes III, Olympian (Shooting: XX Olympiad Munich 1972) and 12th SEAGames Singapore 1983 Gold Medalist
  • Luis Rey I. Velasco, Chancellor, UP Los Baños
  • Jack Domingo G. Arroyo, Jr., MD, ΥΣφ'76, Doctor of Medicine, Ophthalmologist, Sub-Specialist in Refractive Surgery, Founding Surgeon of the American Eye Center, performed the first LASIK procedure in Asia in 1995, Founding member of the Associated Eye Sorcialists, Founding Member of the Philippine Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, President of the Eye Referral Center, Founding Director of the Lifeline Arrows Emergency Services, Member of the Board of Directors of the San Miguel Corporation Global Power Holdings Co., Predident of the Casino Español de Manila, Member of the Board of the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation, representing the Self-Employed.

1980s[edit]

  • Dante M. Abando, Ayala Land Senior Vice President; President Makati Development Corporation; President Philippine Constructors Association
  • Johnson R. O. Apacible, computer scientist, broke the world data sorting record
  • Juan Pablo P. Bondoc, Pampanga Representative
  • Gregorio Pio P. Catapang, Jr., Chief of Staff, Armed Forces of the Philippines
  • Danilo L. Concepcion, Dean of the UP College of Law and Member of the Batasang Pambansa
  • Lemuel Cuento, tenor
  • Romeo L. Go, NLRC Commissioner
  • Jaime Victor B. Ledda, Ambassador to the Netherlands
  • Neil Andrew N. Nocon, Laguna Board Member
  • Conrado "Dondi" Ong III, tenor and theater actor
  • Eric Remigio O. Panga, Assistant Solicitor General
  • Tereso O. Panga, PEZA Deputy Dir. Gen. for Policy and Planning
  • Gerard Pang; department of tourism ambassador and attache to germany
  • Anthony N. Pangilinan, radio and TV host, and motivational speaker
  • Francis N. Pangilinan, Senate Majority Floor Leader
  • Ferdinand Martin Romualdez, Leyte Representative and Philippine Constitution Association PHILCONSA President (2011–present)
  • Gilbert C. Remulla, Cavite Representative and newscaster
  • Juanito Victor C. Remulla - Cavite Governor
  • Emerito B. Remulla - Entrepreneur
  • Roman Romulo - Pasig Representative
  • Angelico "Chito" Salud, PBA commissioner
  • Dennis M. Socrates - Palawan Vice Governor and Representative, Puerto Princesa City Mayor
  • Carlos D. Sorreta - Ambassador to Russia
  • Victor A. Yap - Tarlac Governor and Representative
  • Richard Allan C. Joson - Businessman and Champion Race Driver 2 Time National Karting Champion 1991' 1993, 1993 Philippine Sportwriter Awardee. Vice Champion 2003 Asian Formula 3 Championship. Owner of Joson Formula 3 Racing Team (3 time Asian Formula 3 Champion Team) Builder and Operator of Tarlac Circuit Hill.

1990s to present[edit]

  • Michel Kristian R. Ablan - University Student Council Chairperson (UP Diliman) and Ilocos Norte Board Member
  • Joseph Emmanuel L. Angeles - University President of the Angeles University Foundation
  • Sean Vincent L. Aquilino - Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP) 2011
  • Herminio C. Bagro III - University Student Council Chairperson (UP Diliman), 2009 Bar Topnotcher (8th) and PMS Undersecretary
  • Ernest Francis Calayag - University Student Council Chairperson (UP Los Baños)
  • Deogracias G. P. Custodio - Chairman and Administrator, AFAB
  • Martin Miguel M. del Rosario - Best Supporting Actor (Dagitab), 38th Gawad Urian Awards
  • Benjo A. Delarmente - Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP) 2008
  • John Paulo delas Nieves - University Student Council Chairperson (UP Diliman)
  • Albert Francis E. Domingo - University Student Council Chairperson (UP Manila)
  • Arnulf Bryan B. Fuentebella - Mayor of Tigaon, Camarines Sur
  • Felix William B. Fuentebella - Camarines Sur Representative
  • Anthony Mark A. Gutierrez - 2001 Bar Topnotcher (3rd)
  • Ferdinand S. Nicolas - University President, Northwestern University, Laoag City, Ilocos Norte
  • Ivan Anthony S. Henares - Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) 2012 for Heritage Conservation
  • Chrysanthus E. Herrera - University Student Council Chairperson (UP Manila)
  • Raphael Dominic U. Ibaviosa - Television actor
  • Raphael Aaron A. Letaba - Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP) 2015
  • Tecson John S. Lim - City Administrator, Tacloban City
  • Rodolfo Ma. A. Ponferrada - 2001 Bar Topnotcher (1st)
  • Michael Francis E. Sandejas - Award-winning independent filmmaker
  • Vincent L. Soriano - Pakiil, Laguna Mayor
  • Juan Carlo P. Tejano - Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP) 2012
  • Carlos Juan Paolo L. Vega, summa cum laude 2007
  • Blas James G. Viterbo - SEC Commissioner
  • Lancelot C. Yupingkun - Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP) 2014