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NAME: Ignacio Peredo
RACE: Mayoral
PARTY: Democrat
VILLAGE: Yona
CONTACT:  David Peredo              671-789-0980/671-689-3002
BIO:

Ignacio (Ike) Quifunas Peredo born on Guam November 18, 1952, and raised in the village of Yona.  Parents are Ignacio Fernandez Peredo and Maria Toves Quifunas.  Married to Marie Babauta Peredo and together we have four children (Vanessa & Donny Castro *Haleia, Vera & Daniel Elliott * Austin & Allie, Michael * Emma and Veronica & Lance *Amiyah) 

Education

•             2011 Secondary Education Certification, University of Guam

•             1982 B.S. Degree in Criminal Justice, University of Guam

•             1974-1975 University of Maryland

•             1968-1971 George Washington High School

Work Experience

•             2010-Present Secondary Teacher, Bishop Baumgartner Memorial Catholic School

•             2002-2004 Chief of Staff, Office of Senator John M. Quinata 27th Guam Legislature

•             1994-1999 Deputy Director /Acting Chief, Guam Customs & Quarantine Agency

•             1986-1994 Assistant Chief of Customs, Guam Customs & Quarantine Agency

•             1985-1986 Supervisor, Narcotics Section, Guam Customs & Quarantine Agency

•             1984-1985 Supervisor, Airport Section, Guam Customs & Quarantine Agency

•             1982-1983 Guam Army National Guard

•             1971-1975 United States Army

Community Involvement

•             2016 Member, George Washington High Reunion Committee Class of 1971

•             2014-2015 Member, Saint Francis Parish Council

•             2011-2016 Member, Saint Francis Golf Tournament Association Committee

•             2001-2012 Member, Yona Municipal Planning Council

•             2003-2004 Vice President, Guam Central League, Senior Division

•             2002-2003 Vice President, Guam Central League, Junior Division

•             2001-2002 Manager, Yona Little League, Major Division

•             1986-1987 President, M.U. Lujan Elementary School Parent Teacher Association

•             1984-1985 Vice President, M.U. Lujan Elementary School Parent Teacher Association

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