Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo,
the former SSRDF scholar,
is sponsoring 10 scholars starting
Currently she has 3 SSRDF
scholars, up from 1 scholar when she
started her sponsorship a couple of
years ago. Not
long ago she visited some Sisters on
the occasion of the donation of an
AUV to the Institute of Women’s
Studies and the signing of a formal
deed of donation of assistance to
the hospital that the Benedictine
Sisters are putting up for the poor
of Eastern Samar.
Two Paguia sisters visited Sister
Soledad and gave their family’s
donation for a scholarship fund in
memory of their mother, Teodora
Former Ambassador Bienvenido Tan Jr.
has established 3 new scholarship
funds with a capital of one million
pesos each, in the name of his
deceased mother, Salome Limgenco-Tan,
his wife, Emma Rustia-Tan, and his
sister, Consuelo Tan.
At the start of every school
year he would turn over the interest
income of the funds to the SSRDF for
the benefit of 3 scholars.
Salome Limgenco-Tan Foundation will
administer the capital of the funds.
Early in March 2011 Sister M.
Bernardita Bernas, OSB went home to
God. “Sister Bernie” graduated from
college at SSC, and taught for a
number of years at SSC and some of
the other Benedictine schools
besides holding an administrative
position perhaps most of the time.
Family, former classmates and
friends sent in contributions for a
memorial scholarship in her memory –
the Sister Bernardita Bernas
That has been set up by the
Eight SSRDF scholars received their
bachelor degrees in March, 2011.
Two of them graduated
cum laude – Jeminah Landicho with a bachelor’s degree in psychology
and in guidance and counselling; and
Danica Enrico with a bachelor’s
degree in information technology.