Gil Lopez Gregorio Sr. is widely known as Geopoet. He was born in June 24,1961 in
He is the eldest of eight children, namely: Arnel(Deceased) , Jeaneth, Annie, Vilma, Leny, Norman, and Devid. He is married to Erlina Remoto Celedonio and their children are: Gil Jr. (Deceased) , Jumae Frajalyn, Viktor Solomon and John Christopher. The family is now residing at
After his high school graduation, his parents decided that it would be better for him to finish college in
During his stint with the Philippine Navy he became the Chief Researcher Analyst and Chief of Civilian Affairs based in
The author's writing started sometime in 1983 when he became one of the staff writers/reporters of the Nueva Caceres Bulletin, the official publication of the University of Nueva Caceres in Naga City. In the said University, he enjoyed full scholarship as an Administrative Assistant to Dean Perfecto O. Palma, Executive Vice President and Dean of the College of Commerce and Law Department. He also enjoyed half scholarship as one of the Staffers of Nueva Caceres Bulletin which equivalent in money was given in cash that served as his personal support until graduation.
In 1999, he was writing tagalog radio dramas on part-time basis in one of the radio stations of the No.1 Radio Network of the
In 2006, his first poetry book entitled, A VIEW FROM AFAR OFF (A Poetic Legacy From Heaven), was published by Andrew Byrne of Carpe Diem Publishing Company in South Australia.
Geopoet & his first poetry book
At present he is working as a part-time Computer Instructor at Franknet Foundation Institute, Inc. and Ryden International Technological Institute, Inc both in Goa,
He is also working as a news writer at Wikipeers.com and Allvoices.com and an opinion writer of Bicolmail.com.
He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He translated the Book of Mormon, the Doctrine and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great Price from its original language in English to a simple Bicol dialect.
He is also a member of the World Poets Society.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Temple in Manila.
Mayon Volcano in Albay Mt. Isarog in Camarines Sur