| Amelita Ramos|
Joseph Estrada (m. 1959)
| Roman Catholic|
| June 2, 1930 (age 85)
Iba, Zambales, Philippine Islands (1930-06-02) |
Pwersa ng Masang Pilipino (2001-present)
United Nationalist Alliance (2012-present)
Jinggoy Estrada, Jude Ejercito, Jackie Ejercito
Manuela Fernandez, Rufino Pimentel
Julian Estrada, Janella Marie Estrada, Joseph Luis Manuel Estrada, Julienne Estrada
Jinggoy Estrada, Joseph Estrada, JV Ejercito, Guia Gomez, Julian Estrada
University of Santo Tomas
Jose Miguel T. Arroyo
Loi Ejercito Wikipedia
Luisa Pimentel-Ejército (also Loi Ejercito Estrada or simply Loi Estrada; born Luisa Fernandez Pimentel on 2 June 1931 in Iba, Zambales), is the wife of Philippine President Joseph Ejercito Estrada, and was the twelfth First Spouse of the Philippines from 1998 to 2001. Her son, Jinggoy Ejército Estrada is a senator in the 15th Congress of the Philippines.
She was born to Rufino Pimentel and Manuela Fernandez. She studied medicine at the University of Santo Tomas, after which she worked as a professor in the university's Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, and as a physician at the UST Hospital and the National Center for Mental Health.
A psychiatrist by profession, Loi was dubbed First Lady ng Masa (First Lady of the Masses) and Doktora ng Masa (Doctor of the masses) because of her medical and outreach missions during her term.
After her husband was deposed in the EDSA Revolution of 2001, she ran as a candidate of the opposition for a seat in Senate. She won, and served in the 12th and the 13th Congress, making her the first First Lady to win a seat in the Senate.
During her tenure (2001–2007), she authored 121 bills and 13 resolutions, some of which have already been enacted into law: R.A. No. 9241, The National Health Insurance Program; R.A. No. 9211, The No Smoking Act; , The Film Development Council of the Philippines, R.A. No. 9165, The Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act; and , The Clean Water Act.