Eighteen Leaders Sworn In
Directors, Board and Commission Members Take Oath of Office
Press Update: February 28, 2011
Eighteen men and women have promised to serve all Guamanians in the Calvo Tenorio administration.  On Friday, several directors, and members of boards and commissions took their oath of office following a successful legislative confirmation.  Acting Governor Ray Tenorio administered the oath.
“The oath you are about to take is not just to Governor Calvo or to me, it is to all Guamanians,” Acting Governor Tenorio told appointees.  “You have answered the higher call to serve our families, and for that, I thank you.”
The following people took their oath, officially becoming members of the administration:
Boards and Commissions
Guam Economic Development Authority:
Arlene Bordallo
David John
Guam Housing and Urban Renewal Authority:
Rosie Ann Blas
David J. Sablan
Port Authority of Guam:
Dan Tydingco
Ed Ilao
Mike Benito
Guam International Airport Authority:
Rosalinda Tolan
Chun Yu (Charlie) Tai
Francis G. Santos
Benita Manglona – Bureau of Budget and Management Research John Camacho – Department of Revenue and Taxation
Jose San Agustin – Department of Corrections Anisia Terlaje – Department of Land Management
Joanne Brown – Department of Public Works Leah Beth Naholowaa – Department of Labor
Mariquita Taitague – Department of Agriculture Fred Bordallo – Guam Police Department

Department of Corrections Director Joe San Agustin and Department of Public Works Director Joanne Brown take their oath of office Friday afternoon.  The two leaders were among the eighteen men and women officially installed into the Calvo Tenorio administration.  Acting Governor Ray Tenorio presided over the ceremony.

Acting Governor Ray Tenorio congratulates Police Chief Fred Bordallo after administering the oath of office Friday afternoon.  Chief Bordallo and seventeen other leaders were officially added to the Calvo Tenorio administration during a swearing-in ceremony at the Ricardo J. Bordallo Governor’s Complex.

Acting Governor Ray Tenorio and Acting Chief of Staff Rose Ramsey sit, surrounded by newly sworn-in members of the Calvo Tenorio administration.  Eighteen men and women took their oath of office Friday afternoon.  Acting Governor Tenorio thanked all the leaders for answering the call to serve, and reminded them they now serve all Guamanians.

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