Sayagyi U Aung Khin
He studied in the USA and Canada. After serving as Professor and Head of Mechanical Engineering, Sayagyi migrated to Canada.
Sayagyi visited the San Francisco Bay Area several times. Sayagyi was a driving force for (a) the merger of BEA and BASTS into BAPS (b) SPZP-2000.
Ivan Lee (Khin Maung Oo, M69) organized two trips to visit Windsor, Canada to pay respect to Sayagyi.
During the first visit, Fred Thetgyi (M69) drove most of the trip. Ivan provided his Mercedes and gas. Sayagyi kindly let my spouse and I spend the night at the guest room of his house. He woke up early to prepare Mohinga and Ah Kyaw for breakfast for the four of us. He also gave us mementos.
The second trip had more participants. Ivan and Fred were joined by Saya Dr. Tin Win (M62), Saya U Aung Myint (M69), and Saya U Htun Aung Kyaw (ChE67).
Sayagyi wrote several articles for “RIT Alumni International Newsletter and for HMEE project.
U Aung Khin (M67)
He is a multi-sports athlete.
He represented RIT in Track & Field, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, and Hiking & Mountaineering.
U Aung Khin (EP68)
He served as Vice President of BASES and as Gawpaka Lu Gyi for several monasteries.
U Aung Khin (A69)
He and his spouse Daw Tin Tin Hla (A70) worked in Botswana. After retirement, they moved to USA to have quality time with their daughters and grandchildren.
U Aung Khin (SPHS63, DSA, GBNF)
He is the second son of Dr. Ko Gyi (Medical Superintendent of EENT).
He had kidney problem.
He succumbed while waiting for a third transplant.