List: Survivors of #YolandaPH in Leyte

Editor's note: Here is a list from Leyte First District Representative Ferdinand Martin Romualdez on the status of families in his area. Please refresh for updates

"We will be posting names of survivors from Typhoon Yolanda. We will update from time-to-time soon as we get the names," said Romualdez in a Facebook post.

1. Joy Coscos and Family
2. Alfred Cuizon and Family
3. Francis Gallaron and Family
4. Maximo del Pilar and Family
5. Leo Bergula and Family
6. Gian Jay Colasito & family
7. Harvey Codilla & family
8. Cholo Barcelona & family
9. Fortune Barcelona & family
10. Michael Davilo & family
11. Rodico Cinco and family
12. Delia Colinayo and family
13. Delia Camaoy and family
14. Neneng Eval and family
15. Salvador Cesar and family
16. Virgie Labita and family
17. Val Pamperon and family
18. Lando Quablar and family
19. Clark Pendijo and family
20. Ariel Ugalde and family
21. Leo Bergullo and family
22. Lourdes Faga and family
23. Elvira Portillo and family
24. Manuel Silao and family
25. Bobong Barcelona and family
26. Mercy Basister and family
27. Mark dela Cruz and family
28. Complicado family
29. Jimmy Wilfreda and family
30. Sophia Junio and family
31. Ana Baculanlan and family
32. Dolomeo Penalosa and family
33. Rolando Zambuang and family
34. Noel Claros and family
35. Nino Claros and family
36. Tony Claros and family
37. Inigo Batan and family
38. Jonathan Penalosa and family
39. Joey Oligario and family
40. Flora Bulcase and famliy
41. Michelle Iridio and family
42. Luis Iridio and family
43. Michael Penalosa and family
44. Dennis Gamboa and family
45. Jose Baculanlan and family
46. Juliet Baculanlan and family
47. Joel Penalosa and family
48. Greg Cuizon and family
49. Juanito Martinez and family
50. Cristine Martinez and family
51. Anthony Claros and family
52. Rudy de Asis and family
53. Lucrecia Mission and family
54. Constancio Baculanlan and family
55. Rico Salodada and family
56. Wilfredo Regania and family
57. Cristita Regania and family
58. Lemuel Regania and family
59. Edgar Martinez Costero and family (7 members)
60. Ronsard & Justerie Granali
61. Rommel Delgado and family 

As of November 10, 2013 2:00pm:
62. Nestor Nirzo
63. Peter Golong
64. Jonelle Cantero
65. Shaquille Erondio
66. Charisse Erondio
67. Gaudioso Erondio
68. Genevive Dela Cruz
69. Regine Dela Cruz
70. Joy Jean Dela Cruz
71. Renato Dela Cruz
72. Rachelle Colmenar
73. Russell Colmenar
74. Henry Mendoza
75. Grace Mendoza
76. John Henry Mendoza
77. Helen Grace Mendoza
78. Lloyd Mendoza
79. Nelibe Alcaraz
80. Ruben de Guzman, Jr.
81. Raymond Mendoza
82. Marvin Balaganas
83. Baby Balaganas
84. Medelina Gadin
85. Shon Mark de Lirio
86. Filomeno Moreno
87. Alpiono Gadin
88. Amelinda Gadin
89. Monalisa Gadin
90. Allan Gadin
91. Gina Gadin
92. Alexander Gadin
93. Julie Anne Gadin
94. Aljean Paul Gadin
95. Am-am Gadin
96. Tamtam Gadin
97. Eliana Gadin
98. Ilajean Gadin
99. Alfonso Gadin
100. Dianne Pacho
101. Ronald Gesalado
102. Emmanuel Tabi
103. Rey Guimaol
104. Kim Ibarras
105. Marisa Nabong
106. Jean Marie Aguilar
107. Ethey Yu
108. Lorissa Sadong
109. Maricel Loyola
110. Nimfa Quilbio

UPDATE:
111. Dianne Alfarejos
112. Norisson Estanislao
113. Joana Abarca
114. Roel Candare
115. Ester Montejo
116. Rochelle Anover
117. Miramae Barzana
118. Brenda Ponferrada
119. Gaile Tanggaan
120. Rosbie Balen
121. Jennelyn Velarde
122. Sharon Brillo
123. Esther Faller
124. Ma. Reyna Tioco
125. Rensis Cabacaba
126. Carl Alit
127. Julius Presto
128. Laura Creer - Miralles
129. Sam Llamera
130. Martin Montana
131. Loyel Natividad
132. Rhaizano Batan
133. Albert Mabuti
134. Joey Guyjoco
135. Rey Austero
136. Amabelle Bandalon
137. Claudine Anjero
138. Mylene Gumayao
139. Catherine Badeo
140. Santos Guesalado
141. Rosalinda Guesalado
142. Rosalyn Guesalado
143. Rosalie Guesalado Sacramento
144. Rosalind Guesalado
145. Ron Joshua Guesalado
146. Kurt Santiago
147. Kit Sacramento
148. Carlito Guesalado
149. Honelyn Kalingag
150. Karen Guesalado
151. Rey Kalingag
152. Mario Aguilar
153. Jennelyn Aguilar
154. Marjorie Aguilar
155. Joan Aguilar
156. Rida Francisco
157. Vincent Francisco
158. Gina Francisco
159. Jose Vincent Francisco
160. Alexa Louise Francisco
161. Jay Susayan
162. Bridgette Alapid
163. Leoncio Nabong
164. Maria Elisa Nabong
165. Arnel Nabong
166. John Earl Nabong
167. Jon Dale Nabong
168. Trisha Marie Nabong
169. Marlyn Calilihan
170. Rexter Calilihan
171. Kimberly Gandaingan
172. Rachel Mariaga
173. Tito Bergoncillo

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