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NAME: Louise Muna
RACE: Senatorial
PARTY: Republican
VILLAGE: Dededo
CONTACT:  James Terbio/John Wusstig, 688-5232
BIO:

I am the mother of Bryan, a 16 year-old junior, and Amanda, 21, who just graduated from St. Mary’s College in California this past May. I am currently working for the Office of Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio. I am the co-chair of the Island-wide Beautification Task Force and a board member of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

I have been a member of one of Guam’s most popular dance bands, a family band the “Radiants.” My album, “Louise & Friends” is one of the top selling, locally produced, Christmas albums on Guam. I am a certified fitness instructor, a former coveted morning show radio personality, and the former Program Director for 105.1FM, the Kat. I am the daughter of the late David Rapolla Borja of Agana, and Gloria Leddy Wusstig Borja of Dededo.

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