Roilo S. Golez Biography
|Roilo Solis Golez was born on 9th January 1947 and died on 11th June 2018 at the age of 71 years old. He was a Philippine government official who last served his 6th term as Member of the Philippine House of Representatives representing the Second District of Parañaque City. He was standout amongst the most industrialized regions of the Philippines. The veteran politician, was elected in 1992, 1995, 1998, 2004, 2007, and 2010 all with landslide triumphs and had filled in as Congressman for six terms: in the ninth, tenth, eleventh, thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth Congress of the Philippines.|
|Member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Parañaque City‘s Second District|
June 30, 2004 – June 30, 2013
|Preceded by||Eduardo Zialcita|
|Succeeded by||Gustavo S. Tambuting|
|Member of the Philippine House of Representatives from Parañaque City’s Lone District|
June 30, 1992 – June 30, 2001
|Preceded by||Freddie Webb|
|Succeeded by||Eduardo Zialcita|
|Born||He was born on 9th January 1947 in Looc, Romblon, Philippines|
|Died||He died on 11th June 2018 (aged 71) in Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines due to a heart attack.|
|Political party||Liberal Party (2010-2018)
|Wife||His wife was Natalia Golez|
Roilo Golez Biography (Early Life Education and Political Career)
Golez was was born on January 9, 1947, in the residential community of Looc, Romblon in the Philippines. His dad was a Philippine Naval Captain. He experienced childhood in a low housing government housing project and went to school in state funded schools.
From rural areas of Philippines, Golez rose to accomplishment in academics, sports, government, business, civic associations and legislative issues.
Golez went to the Philippine Military Academy and US Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree, major in arithmetic and tasks examination.
While at Annapolis, he excelled in academics, leadership and sports. He was consistently in the Superintendent’s Honor List. He was chosen company commander, a high position in the Brigade of Midshipmen and was a unit boxing champion for four straight years, setting up a record as the first to accomplish this accomplishment since the Academy was built up in 1845. Up until now, just fourteen sailors have won four brigade boxing titles in the academy’s history.
After Annapolis, Golez took up Master in Business Administration (MBA) in the University of the Philippines where he graduated valedictorian of his class.
Golez choose to follow his career acting as a public servant which she served for many years.
Three years as Postmaster General of the Philippines, where he got the prestigious Ten Outstanding Young Men Award (TOYM) for public service excellence.
Three years as a member of the Philippine Cabinet, filling in as National Security Adviser, supervising the nation’s counterterrorism and national security program.
- 15 years as Congressman of the Republic of the Philippines. He had reliably gotten the honor One of the Most Outstanding Congressmen of the Philippines, had an impeccable 100% participation record, no nonattendance, in every one of the sessions of Congress since he turned into a congressman in 1992. He served his 6th term as Congressman and won all his elections with resounding victory, thus earning him the title “Avalanche King of Paranaque.” He had filled in as Chairman of the Committee on Public Order and Security, Chairman of the Committee on National Defense and as Deputy Minority Leader. Golez was likewise credited for cementing the most number of streets and developing the most number of school structures in the historical backdrop of Parañaque City.
- 20 years as legislative head of the Philippine National Red Cross, where he got the Bayani Red Cross Gold Medal Award for gallantry and fortitude even with gunfire while driving a Red Cross protect group to safeguard injured warriors amid the bleeding December 1989 overthrow endeavor.
- 1 year as national president of the Boy Scouts of the Philippines.
- 2 years as fund campaign chairman of the Philippine Cancer Society.
- 4 years as division fund campaign chairman of the Philippine Tuberculosis Society.
- 2 years as chairman of the Elks Cerebral Palsy Project.
- 4 years as governor of the Management Association of the Philippines.
- 28 years as a Rotarian of the Rotary Club of Manila.
- 2 years as national president of the Amateur Boxing Association of the Philippines.
- 2 years as president of the Philippine Olympic Academy.
- 5 years as a member of the board of trustees of the St. Luke’s Medical Center.
- 14 years as a Philippine Navy officer, reaching the rank of navy captain (full colonel in the army).
- 4 years as professor in the Master in Business Administration Program of the University of the Philippines.
- 5 years as professor of management in the Asian Institute of Management.
Golez had extensive experience in corporate affairs, having served as chief executive officer, chief operating officer, or board member in several major corporations in the field of shipbuilding, health products, fast foods, real estate, marketing, security equipment, telecommunications, banking, oil exploration and insurance.
Roilo Golez Wife
Golez is survived by his wife Natty
Roilo Golez Children
Roilo Golez is also survived by his two children Rico and Guada
Roilo Golez Net Worth
The late statesman had served for many years as a civil servant and a politician. He had acquired massive wealth while working under the capacity from salaries and businesses. The exact amount in Total Assets is not in the public domain.
Roilo Golez Death
He died on 11 June 2018, after suffering a heart attack. He was aged 71 years at the time of his death. His son Parañaque Vice Mayor Rico Golez confirmed the news of his death.
The late statesman died of a heart attack, House Majority Leader Rodolfo Fariñas said.
“It is with sadness that I post here that Danny Suarez just called me with the information that our former colleague, ROILO ‘ROY’ GOLEZ, passed away due to heart attack,” the Ilocos Norte congressman said in a statement.
Some tweets after his death
In memory of former National Security Adviser Roilo Golez, let us stand by what is right and keep fighting the good fight.
— Miss Maggie (@MiaMagdalena) June 11, 2018
The last tweet of former Rep. Roilo Golez: “PHILIPPINES, MY PHILIPPINES. BEAUTIFUL PHILIPPINES.”
Oh, Captain! Go now and sail into the horizon. Tell the Admiral above: the current is strong, the torrents are rolling, the tide is high, the waves are colossal, and we are drowning.
— Miyako Izabel (@sejoalzir) June 11, 2018
From Glob Intel, Fare thee well Golez.