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Eusebio Morales (c1888-1950)
1951 Obituary 
"EUSEBIO MORALES, B .Sc., spent the whole of his professional career in the Philippine Islands, where he received his early education. He came to England in 1905 continuing his studies at Carshalton College and at King's College, London, and served an apprenticeship with the Thames Engineering and Slipways Company, Ltd., from 1907 to 1910. On his return to the Philippine Islands he held a number of short appointments, including that of assistant manager and later manager for the Varadero de Navotas Co, Manila, in which capacity he was responsible for the construction of slipways, a dry dock, and workshops for rice mills.
He was also manager of the E. Morales Rice Mills Co, Moncada, and for a brief period was acting chief engineer in charge of Government ice plant, being made later chief of a division of cold storage. In 1923 he was appointed general superintendent for the Portland Cement Company, Ltd., and after holding this position for five years became the manager of the Rizal Cement Co, of Manila. Since 1935 he had been in business in that city as a consulting engineer, specializing in the construction and installation of mining machinery and plant for rice mills. Mr. Morales, whose death in his sixty-second year occurred on 18th February 1950, was elected an Associate Member of the Institution in 1919, and transferred to Membership in 1940."