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Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees 2017 – 2018

Honorary Chairman US Ambassador Sung Y. Kim
President Lt. Col. Artemio Matibag
Vice President Robert L. Hudson
Treasurer Robert M. Sears
Trustees Leslie Ann Murray
Dan Larson
Ricardo Jose
Richard McGonegal
Corporate Secretary Atty. Jacqueline R. Laurel

Legend: † Deceased

Advisory Council

Philippines USA Founders
Robert Blume Stephen Gibson Helena C. Benitez †
Jose Custodio Jessica Thompson Huberty Atty. William H. Quasha †
Elsa Gines Alex Keller Col. Edwin P. Ramsey †
Ebb Hinchliffe Lou Pritchett Col. Lee A. Telesco †
Edgar Krohn, Jr J. Marsh Thomson †
James Litton
Beth Day Romulo
Dennis Wright

Legend: † Deceased
(In recognition)

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Meeting with the Department of Public Works and Hiways in Bataan. Rosalie and I met with the heads of the DPWH this past Monday concerning the protection of the Death March Markers. An agreement was reached on FAME being notified of any road work that may endanger Death March Markers. I will be turning over to them the GPS coordinates of each Marker in Bataan. This will help them determine if any Markers are in the path of road work . I received some very disturbing news from the engineers. The National Hwy. or Roman Hwy. as it is known here is being widened from 4 lanes to 6 lanes. The road from Bagac to the Roman Hwy. is being widened from 2 lanes to 4 lanes and parts of the National Road are being widened from 2 lanes to 4 lanes. This may affect upwards of 60 Markers which will have to be relocated. This will be a massive and very expensive undertaking. To tell the truth, I am not sure at this point in time that FAME has the funds to tackle this. It will be the main topic at out next board meeting.

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We exist to memorialize the men and women who stood up to a foreign aggressor and saved freedom for themselves, their families and especially their country.
It was a massively expensive ordeal in terms of lives but it ensured the Philippines a return of their lost freedom.
We, of course, maintain all of the Death March Markers and various other monuments in the Philippines to those who, despite wanting to live, chose to in what way they could, to give us this day.

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