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Manila Standard @33 Loyalty awardees

Fifteen employees were accorded loyalty awards for having served Manila Standard for at least a decade as the newspaper marked its 33rd anniversary last month.

“You are the foundation of this media outfit. Without you, without all these years in service, we would not be here,” Manila Standard President and Publisher Rollie Estabillo said during an intimate luncheon Thursday held at the El Calle Food Hall in Resorts World Manila.

Publisher Rolando Estabillo thanks all the unsung heroes of Manila Standard—the men and women who ensure the newspaper is put to bed every day.
Publisher Rolando Estabillo thanks all the unsung heroes of Manila Standard—the men and women who ensure the newspaper is put to bed every day. 
The 2020 loyalty awardees strike a pose with Estabillo and Manila Standard officer-in-charge for operations Anita Grefal (second from left). 
The 2020 loyalty awardees strike a pose with Estabillo and Manila Standard officer-in-charge for operations Anita Grefal (second from left). 
“There are challenges we’ve gone through and are going through, but there are still things to look forward to. I congratulate all awardees and I hope you stay with us and I look forward to working with you in the years to come,” he added.

The awardees were led by Manila Standard chief accountant Mario Policarpio Jr., who celebrated his 30th year with the paper.

Estabillo with the 2019 awardees: Grefal (30 years); Buscas on behalf of webmaster Sonny Alanguilan (25 years); Managing Editor Ramonchito Tomeldan (30 years), layout artist Vickie Ayeng (20 years); advertising staff Edelyn Elamparo (20 years); circulation supervisor Edwin Clarete (20 years); assistant business editor Roderick Dela Cruz on behalf of business reporters Alena Flores (20 years), Julito Rada (15 years), and Othel Campos (20 years).
Estabillo with the 2019 awardees: Grefal (30 years); Buscas on behalf of webmaster Sonny Alanguilan (25 years); Managing Editor Ramonchito Tomeldan (30 years), layout artist Vickie Ayeng (20 years); advertising staff Edelyn Elamparo (20 years); circulation supervisor Edwin Clarete (20 years); assistant business editor Roderick Dela Cruz on behalf of business reporters Alena Flores (20 years), Julito Rada (15 years), and Othel Campos (20 years). 
2019 awardees­­—Grefal and Tomeldan, receive their plaque and token of appreciation from Estabillo.
2019 awardees­­—Grefal and Tomeldan, receive their plaque and token of appreciation from Estabillo.
The editorial team of Manila Standard.
The editorial team of Manila Standard. 
Other awardees include Edgar Valmorida, circulation manager (25 years); Heracleo Dazo, printing press staff (25 years); Feliciano Buscas Jr., officer-in-charge for digital (25 years); Carlito Villaver, circulation staff (25 years); Priscilla Cadungog, printing press staff (25 years); Roberto Ele, printing press staff (25 years); Randy Lumacang, printing press superintendent (20 years); Riera Mallari, Sports and Tech Editor (20 years); Ferdinand Cubinar, sales coordinator (15 years); Sheila Marie Suarez, advertising deskwoman (15 years); Roderick dela Cruz, Assistant Business Editor (15 years); Chin Wah Wong, Associate Editor (15 years); Alfie Payumo, assistant cashier (10 years) and Regis Desales II, circulation staff (10 years).

Text: Peter Paul Duran; Photos: Boy Josue

Kagitingan printing press general manager Alfonso Constantino with Precy Cadungog and receptionist Belle Montemor.
Kagitingan printing press general manager Alfonso Constantino with Precy Cadungog and receptionist Belle Montemor. 
The gentlemen from the circulation department.
The gentlemen from the circulation department.
The advertising with former Manila Standard employees Luz Lamig (third from left) and Diana Keyser-Punzalan (second from right)
The advertising with former Manila Standard employees Luz Lamig (third from left) and Diana Keyser-Punzalan (second from right) 
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