From: Titay Schommer
Date: Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 10:20 AM
Subject: FW: Filipino Bishop

FYI,  Please pass on the good news to your friends and families.



From: Smith, Most Rev. Peter
Sent: Tuesday, January 10, 2017 7:31 AM
To: Titay Schommer
Subject: Filipino Bishop


In case you haven’t heard the new bishop of Salt Lake City is a Filipino.

Bp Peter


HISTORAMA Oregon is a remarkable teaching tool and a reminder of the wonderful nation that shaped the strong values we brought with us and helped us make significant contributions to our new country. The combination of the spectacular performance and the historic venue made the show a truly memorable event in Oregon and wonderful ending of the Filipino American History Month. -Photo by Mary Ashley Rashid.


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Posted by: raes | September 6, 2016

October is Filipino American History Month!

Let us celebrate the many historic and current contributions of Filipinos to our nation and to Oregon.










In 2015, FANHS held its symposium, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 4th wave, with CFAA biennial celebration on September 5 and a 3-month display at the Salem Multicultural Institute.
In 2016, Jimmy and Dory Lim of PACCO are bringing Philippines HISTORAMA to Oregon on October 29 to celebrate the Filipino American History Month. We are delighted to remember where the 4th “wavers” and other immigrants came from and the colorful history we left behind.  JOIN US IN THIS CELEBRATION!!!
This 2-1/2 hour song and dance show is a must-see for those who need and want to learn about Philippine history and the events that developed the multicultural value system brought by Filipino immigrants to America.
All proceeds from this event will benefit the building of the future Philippine Asian Cultural Center.
For tickets to the Philippines Historama slow on October 29th, 2016, visit


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Posted by: raes | May 17, 2016

With deepest sympathy…

NORMA UMALI ROXAS was born December 10, 1934, passed away May 15, 2016 at Salem Hospital, Salem, Oregon at 9:40 a.m. after a lingering illness.
Norma was an alumna of the Philippine Union College Academy (now Adventist University of the Philippines Academy) and finished her Nursing degree at the Bangkok Sanitarium & Hospital in Thailand.
Norma is survived by:
Her husband for 49 and 1/2 years, Ephraim S. Roxas
Children: Mario Emil & Paola Roxas
Grandson: Emilio Andre
Jonathan Vincent & Ellen Roxas
Granddaughters: Gwyn Maria
Tabitha Eva
Mae Emilia
Siblings: Dr. Filemon & Nancy Umali
Dr. Jose & Lucila Umali
Sister-in-law, Belle Umali
Venue: CITY VIEW Funeral Home and Cemetery
390 Hoyt Street South
Salem, OR 97302
Viewing for family and closed friends – Wednesday, May 18th 2 p.m.-7 p.m.
Memorial Service – Saturday, May 21st 4:30 p.m.


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