Sergio Osmeña Sr. PLH (Spanish: [ˈseɾxjo ozˈmeɲa]; 9 September 1878 – 19 October 1961) was a Filipino politician who served as the fourth President of the Philippines from 1944 to 1946. He was Vice President under Manuel L. Quezon .
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Osmeña was born in Cebu City to Juana Osmeña y Suico, who...
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When Cebu Governor Juan Climaco was sent as a member of the...
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Sergio "Serge" de la Rama Osmeña III, (Tagalog pronunciation: [ˈsɛɾdʒ ˈosmɛɲa], born December 13, 1943) is a Filipino politician and legislator who served as a Senator of the Philippines, he is the grandson of Philippine President Sergio Osmeña. In his eighteen years in the Senate, Osmeña chaired the most number of committees and ...
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Sergio "Serging" Veloso Osmeña Jr. was a Senator of the Philippines, and ran against Ferdinand Marcos in the 1969 Philippine Presidential election. He was the son of Sergio Osmeña, the fourth President of the Philippines. His son in turn was Sergio "Serge" Osmeña III, who also became a Senator of the Philippines.
Osmeña was born in Cebu City on December 4, 1916, to former Philippine President Sergio Osmeña Sr. and Estefania Chiong Veloso. He has a brother named Emilio Osmeña, father of Emilio Mario Osmeña Jr. and John Henry Osmeña. He graduated Associate of Arts, cum laude, from Ateneo de Manila University on 1935, and Bachelor of Science in Commerce, summa cum laude, from New York University in 1936. After graduating which Osmeña opened an import-export business in New York.
Osmeña was accused of collaborating with the Japanese in World War II. He overcame the charges and returned to the Philippines and became President of the De La Rama Steamship Co.
In 1951, he was elected provincial governor of Cebu and Mayor of Cebu City for three terms in 1955, 1959 and 1963. Elected as representative for the second district of Cebu in 1958, his notable work as fiscalizer brought him recognition from the Congressional Press Club which voted him as one of the Ten Most Outstanding Congressmen of 1959. In 1961, Osmeña ran for Vice President of the Philippines as an independent, but lost to Senator Emmanuel Pelaez. In the November 1965 elections, he ...
He was married to Lourdes de la Rama of Negros Occidental with whom he had five children: Sergio Osmeña III; María Victoria Osmeña; Esteban Osmeña; Tomas Osmeña; and Georgia Osmeña.
Osmeña died of respiratory failure at the age of 67 on March 26, 1984 at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.
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Sergio Osmeña Sr. PLH (Spanish: [ˈseɾxjo ozˈmeɲa]; September 9, 1878 – October 19, 1961) was a Filipino politician who served as the fourth President of the Philippines from 1944 to 1946. He was Vice President under Manuel L. Quezon.
Si Sergio Osmeña (Setyembre 9, 1878 – Oktubre 19, 1961), higit na kilala ngayon bilang Sergio Osmeña, Sr. ang ikalawang pangulo ng Komonwelt ng Pilipinas (1 Agosto 1944 – 28 Mayo 1946) na makikita sa limampung pisong papel na isyu ng Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.
Hi Sergio Osmeña y Suico (Septyembre 9, 1878—Oktubre 19, 1961) amo an ikaduha nga Presidente o Mangulo han Mankomunidad han Pilipinas.Hiya an Sugbong-Mangulo o Bise-Presidente ha ilarom ni Manuel L. Quezon, ngan nahapuesto ha pagka-mangulo han kamatay ni Quezon han 1944.
Si Sergio Osmeña (9 Setyembre 1878 - 19 Oktobre 1961) nagin presidente kan Filipinas sa edad na 67 asin iyo an enot na taga-Bisaya na nagkapot nin siring na pwesto. Siring ki Manuel Quezon, nagtapos siya kan saiyang abogasya sa Unibersidad kan Santo Tomas.
Y Sergio Osmeña (Septiembri 9, 1878—Octubri 19, 1961) yang pangaduang Pamuntuk ning Commonwealth of the Philippines.Iyang Pangaduang Pamuntuk lalam nang Manuel L. Quezon, at iyang menalili inyang mate ya y Quezon inyang 1944.