The Families of Entrepreneurial Tradition

ABOITIZ [ Ormoc, Leyte and Cebu ].  The Aboitiz are one of the Basque immigrant families who have risen to the pinnacle of economic importance in the Philippines.

Paulino Aboitiz.

ARANETA [ de R. Hidalgo ].

Atty. Gregorio Soriano Araneta.

Atty. Salvador Araneta.

ARANETA [ Bago, Negros Occidental ].

J. Amado Araneta.

Jorge Araneta.

CACHO.

CHAN [ Negros Occidental ].

CHIONG VELOSO [ Cebu ].

Nicasio Chiong Veloso.

Genoveva “Bebing” Chiong Veloso Singson-Villalon.

Sergio “Serging” Chiong Veloso Osmena Jr..

Dr. “Vicki” [ Chiong Veloso-Singson ] Gonzalez Belo.

CO BAN KIAT [ Binondo ].

COJUANGCO [ Malolos, Bulacan and Paniqui, Tarlac ].

Ysidra Estrella Cojuangco.  Founder of the immense Cojuangco fortune.

Melecio Estrella Cojuangco.

Tecla Chichioco-Cojuangco.

Jose Chichioco Cojuangco Sr.

Antonio Cojuangco.

Eduardo Chichioco Cojuangco Sr.

Pedro Sumulong Cojuangco.

Eduardo Murphy Cojuangco Jr..

CONCEPCION [ Manila ].

Jose Concepcion.

Raul Concepcion.

CU-UNJIENG [ Binondo, Manila ].

Guillermo Cu-Unjieng.

CUYEGKENG [ Binondo, Manila ].

DEE C. CHUAN [ Binondo, Manila ].

DE LA RAMA [ Bacolod, Negros Occidental ].

Esteban de la Rama.

DE LEON [ Bacolor, Pampanga ].

Jose Leoncio Hizon de Leon Sr..

DE LEON [ San Miguel de Mayumo, Bulacan ].

Narcisa Lim Buencamino-de Leon.

DE LOS REYES [ Cavite ].

Crisanto de los Reyes.

Rodrigo Berenguer de los Reyes.

Geronimo Berenguer de los Reyes.

DE SANTOS [ Tondo, Manila ].

DE YNCHAUSTI [ Manila ].

DEL ROSARIO [ Manila ].

Ramon del Rosario.

ELIZALDE [ Manila ].

ESCALER [ Sulipan, Apalit, Pampanga and San Miguel, Manila ].

Sabina Sioco-Escaler.

Jose Sioco Escaler Sr.

Ernesto Ocampo Escaler Sr.

Michael de Leon Escaler.

ESCANO.

GABALDON [ Nueva Ecija ].

GOKONGWEI [ Cebu ].

JALANDONI [ Jaro, Iloilo ].

JISON [ Silay, Negros Occidental. ]

Francisco Lopez Jison.

LAZATIN [ San Fernando, Pampanga ].

Serafin Lazatin.

Jesus Singian Lazatin.

LEDESMA [ Jaro, Iloilo ].

Julio Ledesma.

LEGARDA [ Manila ].

LIZARES [ Talisay and Bacolod, Negros Occidental ].

Enrica “Dicang” Alunan-Lizares.

Nicolas “Colay” Alunan Lizares.

LOPEZ [ Jaro, Iloilo ].  The “ne plus ultra” of Ilonggo entrepreneurship.

Eugenio “Ening” Hofilena Lopez Sr..

Fernando “Nanding” Hofilena Lopez.

Victoria Ledesma Lopez-Araneta.

Vicente “Cente” Villanueva Lopez.

Eusebio “Sebio” Villanueva Lopez.

Rosario “Sayong” Villanueva Lopez-Santos.

Maria “Bibing” Villanueva Lopez.

Paz Villanueva Lopez-Laguda.

LU YM / LU DO [ Cebu ].

MADRIGAL [ Manila ].

Vicente Lopez Madrigal.

Antonio “Tony” Paterno Madrigal.

Jose “Belec” Paterno Madrigal.

Consuelo “Chito” Paterno Madrigal-Collantes.

MAGSAYSAY [ Zambales ].

MONTILLA [ Pulupandan, Negros Occidental ].

Agustin Montilla.

NEPOMUCENO [ Angeles, Pampanga ].

Juan de Dios Nepomuceno.

ONGSIAKO [ Manila ].

ORTIGAS [ Manila ].

Francisco Barcinas Ortigas Sr.

Ignacio Vargas Ortigas.

Francisco “Paquito” Vargas Ortigas Jr.

Ignacio Ortigas.

OSMENA [ Cebu ].

Severo Osmena.

Sergio Osmena Sr..

Sergio “Serging” Chiong Veloso Osmena Jr..

PADILLA [ Lingayen, Pangasinan and San Miguel, Manila ].

Narciso Padilla.

Barbara Padilla – Resurreccion Hidalgo.

Sabino Bibby Padilla.

Ambrosio Bibby Padilla.

Nicanor Padilla.

PANLILIO [ San Fernando and Mexico, Pampanga ].

Luis Dayrit Panlilio.

Pablo Dayrit Panlilio.

Fe Lugue Sarmiento-Panlilio.

PATERNO [ Binondo, Manila ].

Maximino Paterno.

Susana Ramos Paterno-Madrigal.

PRIETO [ Manila ].

Mauro Prieto.

QUE [ Manila ].

QUE PE [ Manila and Hong Kong ].

ROXAS [ Manila ].

Domingo Roxas.

Bonifacio Roxas.

Margarita Roxas de Ayala.

Pedro Pablo Roxas.

SALGADO [ San Fernando, Pampanga ].

Filomena Salgado.

Teodora Salgado-Ullmann-Sa.

Erlinda Salgado Miranda-Oledan.

SANTOS [ Malabon ].

Roman Rodriguez Santos.

Augusto Andres Santos.

SORIANO [ Manila ].

Andres Roxas Soriano Sr..

Andres Soriano Jr..

SY [ Manila ].

SY-QUIA [ Ilocos Sur and Manila ].

Vicente Ruperto Romero Sy Quia.

Gregorio Sy-Quia y Encarnacion.

Pedro Sy-Quia y Encarnacion.

TAMBUNTING [ Binondo, Manila ].

Ildefonso Cosiam Tambunting.

TAN [ Manila ].

TANTOCO [ Malolos, Bulacan ].

Bienvenido Tantoco.

Gliceria Dimaano Rustia-Tantoco.

TINIO { Nueva Ecija ].

TUASON [ Manila ].

Antonio Tuason.  “Duque de Binondo.”

Gonzalo Tuason.

Celso Tuason.

VALDES [ Manila ].

VELASCO CHUA CHENG CO [ Binondo, Manila ].

YANGCO.

YAO [ Manila ].

Yao Shiong Shio.

Jose Yao Campos.

YUCHENGCO [ Binondo, Manila ].

Yu Tiao Qui.

Enrique Yuchengco.

Alfonso Yuchengco.

Vicencia Yuchengco.

Helen Sycip Yuchengco-Dee.

Vivian Yuchengco.

YUTIVO [ Binondo, Manila ].

ZAMORA [ Manila ].

ZOBEL DE AYALA [ San Miguel, Manila ].

Margarita Roxas-de Ayala.

Antonio de Ayala.

Jacobo Zangroniz Zobel.

Trinidad Roxas de Ayala.

Enrique de Ayala Zobel.

Alfonso Roxas Zobel.

Mercedes Roxas Zobel-McMicking.

Enrique Zobel y Olgado.

Jaime Zobel de Ayala.

Jaime Augusto Zobel.

Fernando Zobel.

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15 Comments

  1. Toots Romero said,

    February 12, 2013 at 3:32 pm

    What about the Cacho family?

  2. Enrique Bustos said,

    June 29, 2012 at 11:54 am

    Yu Tiaoqui’s son Alfonso Tiaoqui his children are 1.Aurora Tiaoqui-Hidalgo 2.Manuel Tiaoqui married to Isabel de Santos 3.Jose Tiaoqui one of descendants is former Energy Secretary during the Estrada administration Mario Tiaoqui

  3. June 24, 2012 at 1:27 am

    Thel:

    We have a policy that comments with no real names, no email addresses that can be confirmed, and no reliable identity checks will no longer be allowed.

    Please upload your comment again with the requisite information.

    Thank you.

    Toto Gonzalez

  4. Enrique Bustos said,

    May 8, 2012 at 3:12 am

    Insular Life Chairman Vicente Ayllon his grandmother was the sister of Don Vicente Madrigal

  5. Myles Garcia said,

    May 7, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    Honeyboy, Baby Boy, Noynoy, Bongbong, Bingbing, Tingting, Kengkeng, Cherrie Pie, Balimbing, etc..

    Now I understand why certain orders of nuns take on male names…like Sister Luke, Sister Gregory, etc., etc..

  6. Enrique Bustos said,

    May 7, 2012 at 3:14 pm

    Toto

    Thank you for your kind words,I only want to add what little i know in the topics that you post here in your fantastic blog

    May i also suggest two other similar topics 1.The Families of Artistic Tradition and The Families of Athletic Tradition

    Best wishes

    Enrique

  7. Presy Guevara said,

    May 2, 2012 at 2:13 pm

    Glad to see Telesforo Chuidian and the Sarmiento brothers added to the list. Thanks Enrique.

  8. Enrique Bustos said,

    May 1, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    Charlie Palanca has two sons Carlos “Honeyboy”Palanca III and the late Carlos Miguel Palanca

  9. Myles Garcia said,

    April 30, 2012 at 2:19 pm

    Ooops, the Jacintos, the Rufinos, the Tantocos, the Moratos…

    Would those sparring partners – Teyet Pascual and Ado Escudero fall in this category?

    How about the jewelers – Oledan? Dayrit? Velayo? now Lhuillier?

  10. Myles Garcia said,

    April 30, 2012 at 2:03 pm

    the Concepcions (the Carrier airconditioning family of the Phil.)

    the del Rosarios (started out with that appliance distribution store in Sta. Mesa – Del Rosario Brothers).

    the Lagdameos…Antonio Sr., Tony, Jr., Tonet,

    the SIlverios (made it big with Toyota-Delta Motors in the 60s..onwards)

    the pawnbroker families: the Tambuntings, the Lhuilliers, the Ablazas

    how about the solo entrepreneurs who made it big during the 2 decades of Marcos rule (or let’s call a spade a spade — the “cronies”)? Benedicto, Cuenca, Disini, Floriendo, Ilusorio, Poblador

    what’s-his-face…Mark Jimenez?

  11. April 30, 2012 at 9:10 am

    Enrique:

    Thank you for the additions. We can always count on your encyclopedic knowledge to complete these blog posts.

    Cheers!!!

    Toto Gonzalez

  12. Enrique Bustos said,

    April 30, 2012 at 6:12 am

    Puyat
    Gonzalo Puyat
    Gil Puyat

    Telesforo Chuidian

    Enrique Razon Sr
    Enrique Razon Jr
    Enrique Razon III
    Benito Razon

    Toribio Teodoro

    Norberto Ty
    Salustiana Dee-Ty
    George Ty

    Dee/Dy
    Dee C.Chuan
    Dee K.Chiong
    Dee Hong Lue
    Dy Pac
    George Dee
    Robert Dee
    Gilbert Dee
    Peter Dee

    Vicente Gotamco
    Mercedes Gotamco Tan-Gotianun

    Luym/Ludo
    Cayetano Lu
    Cipriano Lu
    Paterno Lu
    Douglas Luym

    Jorge Araneta
    J.Amado Araneta
    Jorge”Nene” Araneta

    Chiongbian
    James Chiongbian
    William Chiongbian

    Ching-Chung-Cheng
    Ching Te
    Ching Leng
    Ching Tan
    Ching Go
    Cheng Tsai Jun
    Johnny Cheng
    Danny Chiong
    Chung Tiong Tay

    Coyuito/Coyukiat
    Robert Coyuito Sr
    David Coyukiat

    Delgado
    Francisco Delgado
    Antonio Delgado

    Go Kim Pah
    George Go
    Antonio Go
    Peter Go Pailan

    Gotiaoco
    John Gokonwei

    Montinola

    Aurelio Montinola Sr
    Aurelio Montinola Jr

    Del Rosario
    Ramon del Rosario
    Jesus del Rosaro
    Francisco del Rosario

    Sarmiento
    Feliciano Sarmiento
    Lorenzo Sarmiento
    Pablo Sarmiento

    Uytengsu
    Wilfred Uytengsu
    George Young

    Velayo
    Alfredo Velayo
    Roberto Velayo Ongpin
    Conrado Velayo
    Jaime Velayo Ongpin

    Yao
    Jose Yao Campos
    Yao Shiong Shio

    Yujuico
    Clarancio Yujuico
    Jesus Yujuico
    Alejandro Yujuico

    Rocha
    Arturo Rocha
    Antonio Rocha
    Eduardo Rocha

  13. April 29, 2012 at 7:02 pm

    Myles:

    The Palancas still own, among various holdings, a substantial share of the FEU Far Eastern University, which has experienced a renaissance during the last 20 years under the exceptionally committed leadership of Dr. Lourdes Reyes-Montinola, the only daughter of Dr. Nicanor Reyes, the founder of the university.

    Toto Gonzalez

  14. Myles Garcia said,

    April 29, 2012 at 6:57 pm

    You could also add Henry Sy, Manny Villar, and nearly all the other taipans.

  15. Myles Garcia said,

    April 29, 2012 at 6:55 pm

    Carlos “Charlie” Palanca (La Tondena, etc.), I believe, was a self-made man… but I think he had no male heirs, thus you don’t hear much about the family these days.


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