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Lucino Family of Tagbilaran, Bohol
« on: June 14, 2010, 02:51:33 PM »
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  • For those who are part of the Lucino Clan.

    The Lucinos are originally from Surigao City (originally), some migrating to Southern Leyte and settling in Pintuyan Island. From there, some settled in Cebu and Bohol. From here we have gone abroad; some going to Ireland, UK, Saudi & Middle East, North America (Canada, USA), and in Asia-Pacific Region.

    For all those who are of the Lucino Clan. :)

    I am linked to the Lucino Clan by way of my father. I am of Lucino Blood.


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    Re: Lucino Family of Tagbilaran, Bohol
    « Reply #1 on: June 15, 2010, 10:29:23 AM »
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  • Lucino Family of Tagbilaran, Bohol


    Patriarch: Mr. Rustico Aray Lucino (originally from Pintuyan Island, Southern Leyte)
    Matriarch: Mrs. Maria Luz Ebuenga Lucino (family comes from Tagbilaran, Bohol, but migrated to Padre Burgos, Leyte)

    They both were wed and moved and settled to Bohol Island.


    Their Children:

    1. Engr. Albrando Lorenzo Lucino Sr.
    2. Mrs. Maria Lebeth Lucino-Hinkley
    3. Ms. Maria Louella Lucino
    4. Engr. Roy Rustico Lucino Jr.
    5. Engr. Rogelio Lucino
    6. Mr. Rey Lucino
    7. Dr. Renee Lucino



    Grandchildren:

    1. Aislynne Lucino
    2. Albrando Lorenzo Lucino Jr.
    3. Lorraine Angeli Lucino
    4. Albrando Rico Lucino III
    5. Andre Nicholas Lucino
    6. Stephen Hinkley
    7. Daniella Lucino
    8. Sophie Andrea Lucino


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    Re: Lucino Family of Tagbilaran, Bohol
    « Reply #2 on: June 15, 2010, 10:47:23 AM »
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  • The Story of Rustico Lucino "Papa Titing"


    by: Albrando Lorenzo Lucino Jr "Bran Lorenzo", his grandson



    My grandfather was the middle child of a poor family in the island of Pintuyan, Southern Leyte. I don't know if you all know of the situation in Pintuyan, but the island is so poor that the main staple crop is not rice but is camates and maize. As a child, it was difficult for him to live in that the scarcity of food was paramount, and his stepmother was not so kind to the children of my great grandfather, Mr. Bernardo Lucino "Tatay Andot". At age 8, my grandfather, consumed with the passion to survive and to search for a better future and greener pastures, became  stowaway at a local banka and traveled to the island of Cebu. There he worked as a peddler seller, sold papers, and eventually acquired a habit for business, a natural skill that he always had, let alone his natural ingenuity. Time passed where he eventually became owner of many business stands in Cebu and met my grandmother, who was then a college student majoring in Teaching Education. Both fell in love and eventually moved to what is now Tagbilaran, Bohol. Mr. Rustico Aray Lucino would eventually prosper in business tradings and would always remind his children, all seven of them, of their roots and the beauty of hard work and the results of hard work; let alone stressing to them that one's poor and humble beginnings is never a permanent issue, rather, it is by ambition, natural ability, and passion to succeed that dictates one's future. He reminds us that had he not left Pintuyan at age 8 on a banka, his children and grandchildren would have never been.

    During the prime of his life, Mr. Rustico Aray Lucino, went back to Pintuyan to visit his father and relatives (many of whom believed that he had died and drowned). And one day my grandfather went to the beaches where he grew up and saw old man fishing, and asked the old man if he knew of a boy named 'TITING'. The old man, said outright, "Yes i knew Titing, he was my son that drowned many years ago." My grandfather already knew that the old man was his father, Bernardo Lucino (Tatay Andot), and without hesitation, my grandfather said, "Nong, ako si Titing."

    With disbelief, my great-grandfather did not believe it. He stuck his head in the water for a moment and then raised it up. He still did not believe, shocked. He said to my grandfather, "If this is a dream, please let me not wake up." For all that time, my great grandfather thought my grandfather had died back in 1942 when he left Pintuyan on a banka at age 8. I am sure my greatgrandfather wondered to himself how his son, who was only 8 years old, could have survived outside of Pintuyan for so long and made man out of himself. This story of how they reconnected, to me, is a powerful personal depiction of the Prodigal Son with a slight twist. In this case, the prodigal son comes back to the father not as a beggar, rather, comes back to his father as a man who succeeded in life by shear ambition, hard work, a strong work ethic. To think that a poor boy from Pintuyan could survive by himself without the umbilical tutelage of his father and family, and survived by shear will to succeed and humility. To me, this is an empowering piece.

    To me, and to my siblings and cousins, it is a reminder, that hard work begets success. I cherish and ardently adore the memory of my grandfather, without whom, none of us would be alive today. We are reminded that our success and our drive and acquisitions are crowning jewels not only to us, but to our parents, and most of all, to the memory of our grandfather and grandmother, who sacrificed endlessly for their family.

    A mustard seed may grow into a large tree, but the roots of that tree runs deeper than the tree itself. It is the roots that supply nutrients and support the tree.




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    Re: Lucino Family of Tagbilaran, Bohol
    « Reply #3 on: June 15, 2010, 11:13:07 AM »
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  • (taken in 1974)

    My beloved Grandfather dancing with my beloved Grandmother.

    "Titing and Luz"

     :)

    My Roots....

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    Re: Lucino Family of Tagbilaran, Bohol
    « Reply #4 on: February 04, 2011, 10:33:02 PM »
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  • This picture was taken during my visit to Bohol, Philippines this July 2010. A picture of my late grandfather, Mr. Rustico Aray Estrella Lucino.
    From what my Uncle Ray and Uncle Roger told me, Papa Titing was 25 when this picture was taken. About my age.

    Papa Titing was not a Bol-anon, but 100% Leyteno. He did migrate to Bohol by way of Cebu and eventually made Bohol his home.


    Businessman Mr. Rustico Aray Estrella de Lucino. Originally from Barangay Catbawan of Pintuyan, Southern Leyte.

    My Papa Titing.  :)


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    Re: Lucino Family of Tagbilaran, Bohol
    « Reply #5 on: February 04, 2011, 10:59:53 PM »
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  • Discovering The Lucino Roots of Panaon Island, Southern Leyte.


    The story begins in Leyte. The Lucino Dynasty does not hail originally from Bohol, but are actually native to the lush green of Leyte Province. During my self-awaking experience in the summer of 2010, I was able to visit , for the first time in my life, the native land of my paternal grandmother and paternal grandfather. Both of my father's parents were from Southern Leyte: Padre Burgos and Pintuyan. The trip to Southern Leyte was coordinated via permission from my father and my aunt (both of whom are in the USA) as well as with the help of my Auntie Wella, Uncles Roger and Ray, cousin Jing and a family member, Aurora.

    The journey to visit Southern Leyte required our travel by barge from the port in Ubay, which took us to the port in Maasin, Southern Leyte. From Maasin, we drove our Isuzu Crosswind through the towns of Sogod, Bato, Padre Burgos and then ultimately to Panaon Island, which took us directly to the home region of my late grandfather, Anhing Papa Titing.

    That night , after arriving to Maasin, my aunts and uncles coordinated a family reunion with the Ebuenga Family, the family that my paternal grandmother came from. For the first time in my life, I was able to meet my grand uncles, distant aunts and uncles, and cousins. All of whom shared with me the memories, beautiful and tearful, of my late grandmother and my late grandfather, of my father's childhood and the experiences that they had regarding the old days. The eyes of my grand uncle, my grandmother's younger brother, kept on focusing at me during the dinner table. He reiterated time and time again, "Rico ka kaayo! Dong, Rico kaayo!" Apparently I bore strict resemblance to my father, whose nickname is "RICO". Pinangga kaayo diay si Daddy sa side ni Mama Luz (my grandmother)!.

    The next day, we woke up early in the morning and drove to Panaon Island. The ancestral land of the Lucino Dynasty. The major town in Panaon Island is Panaon, and Pintuyan Town. There is a barangay in Pintuyan Town called "Catbawan". This town is populated with Lucinos, hundreds of my fellow clan mates. Then there is also another family there whom I have blood relation, the Estrella clan.

    I felt so much at home in Pintuyan. Tho I never visited the place before, it felt as if i was there before, as if i walked the streets, smelled the fires at night, and saw the sunrises and sunsets here hundreds of times. There was a strong, powerful sense of 'belonging' there. That following day I also met with the local town officials in Pintuyan. The current mayor of the town is an Estrella, a relative of ours. The previous mayor was Mayor Lucino, and before him, was Mayor Cipriano Lucino (my grandfather's 1st degree cousin). I was able to see the newly built hospital , the newly restored St. Michael  Church, the rebuilt (and enlarged) Pintuyan Elementary and High School, and the growing docks. All of which were infrastructural projects by my Lolo Lolong (Mayor Cipriano Lucino). I was impressed.

    After all was said and done, I made my way, with assistance from my Tita Magda, the daughter of my late Lolo Piles (Felix Lucino, the older brother of my grandfather), to visit the cemetary in Pintuyan. There I was able to visit the grave of my great-grandfather, the late Mr. Bernardo Lucino. Ning bisita intawn ijang Apo sa Sungay nija. :)
    As Tita Magda assisted me in prayer and in lighting the candles for his memory, a strong gush of cool wind blew and stroked my face. Ever so softly.

    Tita Magda said to me, "Na lipay imuhang lolo nga ning bisita ka nija, Dong. Lipay to sija nga wa siya kalimtan sa iyang apo sa sungay..."
    She was crying when she said this to me. And tears came down my eyes...as well.



    It was hard for me to leave Leyte in that trip; as I so wanted to stay longer. Someday, God-willing, I will be able to visit and explore Leyte further.

    The pictures I will post are of Panaon Island and Liloan Bridge. This was taken as I was leaving to go back to Bohol. Early in the morning.
















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    Re: Lucino Family of Tagbilaran, Bohol
    « Reply #6 on: February 18, 2011, 11:30:43 AM »
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  • I have been told many times by my father that i have my Lolo's 'agtang'. haha, i guess it is true. Dugo gud sa Lucino.



    My grandfather when he was in his early 20's



    A picture of me when I was 20.



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    « Reply #7 on: February 18, 2011, 11:57:45 AM »
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  • A picture of me when I was 20.


    murag di man ni 20 oist, 16 pa gyud ako tan aw sa ka cute nimo sauna brad


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    « Reply #8 on: February 18, 2011, 11:58:56 AM »
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  • Hehehe when i was much thinner. i need to get back to that size again. thank you, brod.

    i have a smoothe baby face. i was told by a gf. chubby cheeks kono.  :P

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    « Reply #9 on: February 18, 2011, 12:11:54 PM »
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  • Hehehe when i was much thinner. i need to get back to that size again. thank you, brod.

    i have a smoothe baby face. i was told by a gf. chubby cheeks kono.  :P

    swerti kaayo imo gf, lami gaksun murag teddy bear

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    Re: Lucino Family of Tagbilaran, Bohol
    « Reply #10 on: February 18, 2011, 12:16:42 PM »
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  • hahaha, ambot ug swerte ba siya. pero ako, kalingaw ra nija i-paakan! sakit baja.  :P  ;D

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    « Reply #11 on: February 18, 2011, 12:42:14 PM »
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  • hahaha, ambot ug swerte ba siya. pero ako, kalingaw ra nija i-paakan! sakit baja.  :P  ;D

    pwede pa man siguro kusion ng imong aping?

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    « Reply #12 on: March 18, 2011, 08:00:03 PM »
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  • In Memory of Papa Titing and Mama Luz 












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    « Reply #13 on: March 18, 2011, 08:14:01 PM »
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  • Mr. Rustico A. Lucino & Mrs. Maria Luz E. Lucino, and their children: Rico, Lebeth, Louella, Roy, Roger, Ray, Renee




    1973


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    Re: Lucino Family of Tagbilaran, Bohol
    « Reply #15 on: March 29, 2011, 04:18:45 PM »
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  • Mo tan-aw pa ko unsa'y schedule nako, Mikey. Mo balik ka para sa TBTK diay brod?

    Hehe, ug maka balik ta duha, mag kitakits ta ha?


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    « Reply #16 on: March 29, 2011, 08:31:02 PM »
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  • Mo tan-aw pa ko unsa'y schedule nako, Mikey. Mo balik ka para sa TBTK diay brod?

    Hehe, ug maka balik ta duha, mag kitakits ta ha?


    of course, magkita gyud ta, dali ra ko makit an ana kay ako ang mo lead mostly sa line dancing like this


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    « Reply #17 on: March 29, 2011, 09:51:34 PM »
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  • haha. kuyawa. kinsa man diay mo perform ana, mikey? sigoro you can meet up with my cousins ha. my auntie beth and my cousin stephen are definitely going back this summer. my mom as well as my brothers pood.

    i'll see if my schedule will permit me. if i can, i'll let you know. promise.

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    « Reply #18 on: March 30, 2011, 12:21:27 AM »
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  • haha. kuyawa. kinsa man diay mo perform ana, mikey? sigoro you can meet up with my cousins ha. my auntie beth and my cousin stephen are definitely going back this summer. my mom as well as my brothers pood.

    i'll see if my schedule will permit me. if i can, i'll let you know. promise.


    it's not this year though, TBTK will be next year on May 2012 and here is a dance i taught to some Boholanas


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    « Reply #19 on: April 02, 2011, 10:19:24 PM »
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  • Next year diay. Well that gives me greater time to prepare. Thank You brod for the update.

    Na, mag save up na diay ko. Mahal na raba ang plete.

     

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