BARANGAY OFFICIALSPunong Barangay: REY G. MARIANO Barangay Kagawad:
- RODELIO S. SACAYANAN
- PATRICIO V. NAING
- AGUIDA M. NAING
- JULY A. DELA CRUZ
- JOSE S. DOMINGO, JR
- MARVIN F. ELISES
- CRESENCIA Q. CUARESMA
Barangay Secretary: MARIA C. SILAO
Barangay Treasurer: MARY JANE O. BUTARDO
CVHW: TESSIE D. MANLOS
BNS: ANALYN P. SILAO
Day Care Worker: MARILOU R. MADDELA
Pres., Senior Citizen: CALIXTO C. BAGUINDOC
Head, Youth Task Force: CARLA JOY P. SILAO
Utility Worker: LUNCIO E. DUCAY
- MARIO A. CUARESMA (Chief)
- PEDRO C. CUCHAPIN
- MODESTO S. DOMINGO
- JERRY C. MANLOS
- REYNALDO B. MADDELA
- MARK PATRICK B. NAING
- THE CREATION OF BAGUINDOC
HISTORY OF BARANGAY BAGUINDOC
Baguindoc was a little sitio before its creation as a barangay in the year 1969. It was named after the first settlers of the place the “Baguindoc Family.”
Baguindoc is a plain fertile land located at the eastern part of Moncada and at the western part of the town near a “danao” now popularly known as the Quinabontoc Creek. The creek is 23 hecs. And it is the largest body of water in the municipality. The economic status of the people is moderate. The income of the peoples comes mainly from farming and fishing. The main crops of the place are rice, sugarcane, corn and vegetables; they usually sell their products at the nearby towns, Moncada and Paniqui.
Most of the people of Baguindoc are Aglipayan and almost everybody speaks Ilocano.
The first barrio captain was Antonio Baguindoc. His grandson Leandro Baguindoc succeeded him and become the barrio captain in the year 1946 – 1954. Other barangay captains who played an important role in the making of Baguindoc a better place to live in were the ffg: Barangay Captain Sergio Ermitanio and Barangay Captain Faustino Agbisit, Jr.
At present, Barangay Captain Eduardo V. Padero tries his best efforts to focus on the general welfare of the barangay constituents while the barangay people is looking forward for a better barangay through their own efforts and initiative, with the assistance of the Local Government.