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Frank Aguon, Jr.

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NAME: Frank Aguon, Jr.
RACE: Senatorial
PARTY: Democrat
VILLAGE: Yona
CONTACT:  E. Winston M. Ilicito, 671-475-4861/2
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Service to the people of Guam
An avid servant for the people of Guam Senator Frank Blas Aguon, Jr. commenced his political career to the people of Guam in 1997 for the 24th Guam Legislature from there he was elected to the 25th, 26th,27th (Vice-Speaker), 28th, 30th, 32nd and to the present 33rd Guam Legislature.  He is presently the Committee Chairman for the Guam U.S Military Relocation, Public Safety and the Judiciary. 

Senator Aguon has had the opportunity to serve as Chairman on multiple Committees within the Guam Legislature.  His passion to serve the people of Guam is not limited as an elected official. He is a Lieutenant Colonel serving in the Guam Air National Guard and is the Chief of Logistics for the 254th Air Base Group.

He has been deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2007 and 2011.  Senator Aguon has devoted himself to numerous civic organizations that have helped him capture the very essence of servitude and dedication to help improve the quality of life for the people of Guam.  His present community service involvement includes: St. Francis Parish Council, Member; U.S. Air Force Veterans of Guam Association, Member; Domino Lux Fraternity of Guam, Member; and Guam Sunshine Lions Club, Member.


On the Homefront
Senator Aguon is from the beautiful village of Yona, one of the island's southern most villages where he lives with his wife Jennifer; the Aguon's have four children and seven grandchildren. Senator Aguon grew up in a humble home, where dedication to family and to church was the catalyst that ignited his passion to serve the people of Guam. He is the son of the late Francisco Blas Aguon, and his mother is Marcelina Leon Guerrero Aguon. He has four sisters and one brother.  He attended St. Francis School and graduated from Father Dueñas Memorial School in Guam. He received a bachelor's degree in 1988 from the University of Denver in Business Personnel Management. Later he continued his education and obtained an M.B.A. in Business Finance and Economics also from the University of Denver in 1990.

Commitment to Service
Senator Aguon continues to be an advocate of Guam’s Veterans by crafting legislation and pressing on our nation's leaders to expand and improve service for Guam's Veterans. He has championed legislation that has improved government of Guam services to local Veterans, and established the first Guam Veterans Court under the Judiciary of Guam. As the committee Chairman for Public Safety, Senator Aguon continues to be active in all discussions pertaining to our Law Enforcement Officers, civilian employees, civilian volunteer police reservists and most especially, the safety and well-being of our community.  As the committee Chairman of the Guam U.S Military Relocation, he continues to be active in ensuring that both the people of Guam and the federal government equally benefit from the buildup. His role as the committee Chairman for the Judiciary has enabled him to actively be part of the continuous improvements to our island's judiciary for its employees and the people of Guam to whom the Judiciary has outstandingly served.

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