Filipinos and Filipinas Buried in Arlington

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The gravestones at Arlington National Cemetery are graced by U.S. flags each Memorial Day.






Please join us in celebrating the lives of all Pilipinos and Pilipinas whose remains are buried in the ground or memorialized in tombstones at the Arlington National Cemetery.

   Gone, Never Forgotten

Pedro O. Abubo


Ann Agcaoili


Jesse Nathanael “Nathan” Aliganga


Jose Q Aquino


Rafael A. Arengo


Lucila Calambro Arengo


Manuel C. Avancena


Pastor Balanon, Jr


Liria Cabanatan


John O. Cabigas


Maria C. Cabigas


Roberto Cabulong


Mark Ryan Climaco Caguioa


Aldred Calambro


Julita Balberona Calambro


Alejandro Callanta


Alfredo Malgueno Cortezano


Noemi B. Cortezano


Esteban Dalao


Rudolph Davilla


Francisco Duclayan


Alejandrino Dumlao


Gertrude Deana Dumlao


Felicidad Matik Goldinger


Ambrosio Grandea


Valerie Dominique Jacang


Amelia Romualdez Janairo


Maximiano S. Janairo


Jose Yulo Lachica


Nestor Banta Legaspi


Leonardo Capistrano Leonor


Nino D. Livaudais


Felice E. Madarang


Joey T. Mallari


William A. Mallari


Dolores A. Manalo


Luis Manalo


Ian Desmond Manuel


Bernaldo Modello


Jose Nagtalon


Gallo B. Ocampo


Loretta P. Ocampo


Fernando M. Palazo


Jacinto Apilan Perez


Manuel Luis Quezon (remains transferred later to the Philippines)


Francisco J. Salveron


Juan Samson


Pedro Sarmiento


Caridad A. Sevilla 


Januario Samortin Sevilla


Ramon S. Subejano


Andrew Brian Tamayo


Demetrio (Bemetrio) Vell


Victor Villamor








I had a rendezvous with Death

            at some disputed artery

that blocks the flow of blood

            to a heart not yet weary.


I had a rendezvous with Death

          over five decades ago

When my patrol was ambushed

          in far away Jolo.


O God, I thank You for giving me a look

          At Your pearly gates a nook

So near and yet so far

          A distance like the farthest star.


No, I do not wish to rush

          My destiny with my God

Only in God’s due time will I go

          When he says it’s time to go.


I have a rendezvous with Death

          No longer as a combat warrior

But as a humble prayer warrior

          Praying all night through.


                      by Cav Butch Moreto

              (Philippine Military Academy 1954)

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