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District agent , registered representative

Salvador Abonal Parco, Philippine district agent, registered representative. Fellow Agency for International Development, National Economic Council, United States, India, 1962-1963; grantee The Asia Foundation, Kabul, Afghanistan, 1967.

Background

Parco, Salvador Abonal was born on January 3, 1934 in Nabua, Camarines Sur, Philippines. Son of Eulogio Almazan and Anacleta Dorozan (Abonal) Parco. came to the United States, 1967.

Education

AB, Ateneo de Naga, Philippines, 1955; Master of Science, Cornell Univercity, 1963; Doctor of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, 1973.

Career

Presidential assistant, Office of the President, Manila, 1956-1964; associate professor, department chairman sociology and anthropology, Ateneo de Manila U., 1964-1967; graduate assistant sociology, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1967-1970; assistant professor, Pennsylvania State University, Erie, 1970-1977; machinist, assembler, welder, union steward, General Electric Company, Erie, 1977-1979; associate industrial engineer, American Sterilizer Company, Erie, 1980-1982; technical training instructor, American Sterilizer Company, Erie, 1982-1986; account executive, Transworld Systems, Inc., Erie, 1986; registered representative, Waddell & Reed, Inc., Erie, 1986-1988; marketing consultant, Forth Finance Network, Erie, 1988-1990; agent, Mutual of Omaha, Erie, 1990; district agent, regional representative, Prudential Insurance Company American, since 1990. Lecturer Gannon U., Erie, 1977-1979, Villa Maria College, Erie, 1980-1988, Thiel College, Greenville, Pennsylvania, 1990. Consultant Peace Corps, Philippine RuralReconstructive Movement, 1964-1967, Operations Brotherhood International, Philippine National Land Reform Council, Institute Social Order, Philippine National BankExec.

Development Academy; vice president, board directors International Institute, Erie.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor journal Philippine Sociological Review, 1966. Contributor articles to professional journals. Newspaper columnist Bicol Examiner, 1952-1956.

Membership

Volunteer Students for Magsaysay for President Movement, Philippines, 1953. Second lieutenant Philippine Army, 1955-1957. Member Toastmasters International (AMSCO Club president 1983-1984, Area 7 governor 1984-1986, Erie 2 Club president 1990), Alpha Kappa Delta, Gamma Sigma Delta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: freelance writing, swimming, physical fitness.

Connections

Married Alicia Tan Uy, December 22, 1957. Children: Marilou, Farolito, Maria Stella, Salvador Junior, William.

father:
Eulogio Almazan Parco

mother:
Anacleta Dorozan (Abonal) Parco

spouse:
Alicia Tan Uy

child:
Salvador Junior Parco

child:
Maria Stella Parco

child:
Marilou Parco

child:
Farolito Parco

child:
William Parco