Alpha-Sigma Omega Phi

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Alpha-Sigma Omega Phi, commonly known as Asophians Association of Playboy and Pigeon, is an Inter-Collegiate Service Fraternity and Sorority founded at the University of Mindanao (Mother Chapter or Alpha Chapter) in Davao City on September 26, 1948 by Master Atty. Maximino Vicente Panganiban Ventura III together with his twenty-one chartered members. It has now hundreds of active chapters in the Philippines. The purpose of Alpha-Sigma Omega Phi is to gather college students to provide service to the community and to promote friendship with each other.

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Chapters With No Greek Names

Presently, other chapters in Iloilo, Manila, Bacolod and other new chapters in the country have no corresponding greek names as it was supposed to be. According to the National Council, those chapters having no greek names are established by the bonafide members without proper acknowledgement from them. Therefore, their membership is still pending for recognition as part of the fraternity.

Twenty-One Chartered Members

  • Samuel Linang
  • Berie Banog Banog
  • Johnson Ventura
  • Noli Monteo
  • Ranaon Bartolome
  • Rey Miclat
  • Rey Abellera
  • Noris Capti
  • Judito Bandayus
  • Joel Guadalquirer
  • Edie Abellera
  • Benjamin Seprado
  • Santiago Motero
  • Roselito Ibea
  • Raul Pajuliras
  • Salvador Cuta Jr.
  • Alberto Simon Jr.
  • Gerson Caberto
  • Abraham Garidan
  • Simon Ventura
  • Mario Petarque Jr.

Notable Alumna

Trivia

  • Alpha-Sigma Omega Phi is sometimes typed as Sigma Omega Phi by most alumni members. Alpha is omitted.

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