The Humble Beginning
 



The Founders
 

 

Mother Marcela Foret, O'Carm

the Elementary Principal of the Dumaguete Cathedral College (DCC) now Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria (COSCA)

 

Most Rev. Epifanio B. Surban

first Bishop of the Diocese of Dumaguete

 

Gov. Mariano Perdices

former Governor of Negros Oriental


The Incorporators
 

  • Isidro Alcoran
  • Leopoldo Maputi Sr.
  • Gregorio Bendanillo
  • Patricio Tornandizo
  • Emiliano A. Onoon
  • Agripino Briones
  • Isabelo Patrocinio
  • Amando Guilatco
  • Angelo Caballes
  • Eliseo Rocamora
  • Restituta Cariño
  • Rodrigo Trasmonte
  • Restituto Sinco
  • Josefina Dy
  • Martina M. Surban

The Charter Members
 

  • Urbana Canlas
  • Restituta Cariño
  • Carmen Gloria
  • Honorata Mongcupa
  • Pahita Artes
  • Belen Catalan
  • Annie Jalandoni
  • Candelaria Pastor
  • Isabelo Patrocinio
  • Martina Surban
  • Josefina Dy
  • Emiliano Ono-on
  • Rodrigo Trasmonte
  • Felicitas Infante
  • Flavia Larena
  • Simeona Umbac
  • Jose Babol
  • Maximiana Villaflores
  • Anastacio Supil
  • Apolinario Supil, Sr.
  • Restituta Rutherford
  • Agripino Briones
  • Angelo Caballes
  • Luzviminda Espiritu
  • Sylvia Flores
  • Patricia Honculada
  • Julio Sy
  • Amando Guilatco
  • Felix Honculada
  • Isidro Alcoran
  • Leopoldo Maputi, Sr.
  • Eliseo Rocamora
  • Procopio G. Paloma
  • Tomas Dago-oc
  • Thadeu Bolodo
  • Adela Bolodo
  • Gregorio Bendanillo
  • Sisters of Mt. Carmel
  • Sixto Sunogan
  • Adoracion Moncupa
  • Norberta Saludar
  • Felicisima Moreno
  • Restituto Sinco
  • Patria Fortich
  • Bishop Epifanio Surban
  • Epifania Alejandria
  • Thelma Bauzon
  • Ernesto Tumacole
  • Patricio Tornandizo

The Why of its Existence:
 

  • Felt need brought about by socio-economic difficulties and painful/dehumanizing effects of poverty and exploitation.
  • Urgent need to liberate a group of parents from the clutches of loan sharks for the educational needs of their children/students at Dumaguete Cathedral College (DCC), now Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria (COSCA).

Initial Data upon Registration:
 



  • Membership - 49 members (inclusive of 15 incorporators)
  • Capital - PhP 1,181.50
  • Management Staff - all volunteers and officers 

Significant Dates:
 

  • historyFebruary 17, 1968: Dumaguete Cathedral Credit Cooperative Union (DCCCU) was formally organized


  • historyAugust 5, 1969: Registered with Cooperative Administration Office under RA 2023


  • historySeptember 25, 1975:Registered with the Bureau of Cooperative Development (BCOD) under PD 175


  • historyApril 15, 1991: Confirmation of registration by the Cooperative Development Authority (CDA) under RA 6938


  • historyJune 17, 2011: Granted approval as Multipurpose Cooperative under RA 9520
 
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