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NAME: Ernest Chargualaf
RACE: Mayoral
PARTY: Republican
VILLAGE: Merizo
CONTACT:  Arthur San Nicolas / Self        828-8247 / 777-3128        828-8312 / 2941 / 8772
BIO:

Mayor Ernest was born to Francisco Candaso Chargualaf and Maria Torres Chargualaf.  His siblings are Elaine C. Babauta married to Franklin R. Babauta+, Judy C. Mantanona+ married to Tomas S. Mantanona+, Frankie C. Chargualaf+ married to Susan Chargualaf, Mary C. Tyquiengco married Jose N. Tyquiengco+, Joseph T. Chargualaf+, Eloise C. Reyes married to Victor C. Reyes, Rudy T. Chargualf, Benny T. Chargualaf, Gordon T. Chargualaf and Laura T. Chargualaf+. His spouse is Verra A. Meno daughter of Mariano Tajalle  and Jovita Tainatongo Meno. Her siblings and spouses are Jerry T. Meno+, Mariano T. Jr and Linda B. Meno, Selma M. and William Tareyama, Glenn J. Meno and Jennifer L. Cruz and Tilda Meno and Johnny Reyes.  Mayor Ernest attended Merizo Elementary, Alexander Graham Bell 1971-1972, Inarajan Junior High 1972-1974 and George Washington Senior High School 1974-1977. He attended Guam Community College and the University of Guam 1981-1987 where he earned ninety credit hours. Mayor Ernest was a volleyball and basketball star throughout his middle school and high school years. He made the island All-Star Team in 1977. Participated in the Guam Team in 1977 at the National Junior Olympics Tournament held in Chicago Illinois. He was a two sport athlete in the 1979 South Pacific Games in Suba Fiji. He helped the volleyball team to a 4th place finish and a gold medal in basketball. He was the player coach for the Merizo Whales in the late seventies to the early eighties, where he led the team to several championships. He worked as a youth center supervisor from August to December 1977. Public Defender Service Corporation from December 1977 to December 1999 when he retired. He started December 20, 1977 as a General Clerk and rose to the ranks to the Administrative Services Division supervisor when he retired.

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