Update : December 8, 2021
Than Myint (’64 Intake)
Sad to inform that Than Myint (’64 first year intake Roll No. 168) had passed away on 23rd January 2013 at Asia Royal Clinic. The funeral was at Ye Way cemetery on 25th January. I knew about his demise from the newspaper. He was a musician and vocalist, and a Burmese Guitar virtuoso.
U San Htay (B. E. Metallurgy)
Retired Brigadier General passed away on 24 March 2013 in Victoria hospital.
His remains were cremated at Yay Way cemetery on 26 March 2013, 2 p.m.
Bohmu Myint Swe (Retd)
BE Civil (78 Batch) passed away on March 22, 2013.
Maung Htay wrote:
I am very upset. I know him. His nick name GiGi. He performed half man and half woman show on RIT concert. We lived in Thamine Hostel together when we are in RIT.
Saya Allen Htay (C58)
From Ben Aye Maung (Htin Myaing, A66)
It is with great sadness to learn that your beloved husband Saya Allen Htay passed away on 19 March 2013. I just found out from the RIT Alumni newsletter.
Please accept my deep & sincere condolences to you & your daughters.
Saya Allen was a gentle kind hearted person as well as a good compassionate teacher. He will be sadly missed by all his friends, colleagues and students.
Please be consoled by the Buddhist philosophy of the Law of impermanence and that we will all have to part with our loved ones one day.
With deep sorrow,
Ben Aye Maung
The last time we all met together was in happy times at the Bangkok MEHS Reunion in 2008. I still have the group photo which included us & some other friends, that you sent me, which will serve as a fond memory.
From Saya U Min Wun (C)
Today I found out that Saya Allen Htay has recently passed away. I would like to convey my deepest sympathy and condolences to Ma Mu and her family.
In 1957 when I taught the Final Year CE class I noticed a group of highly intelligent students and Allen Htay was one of them. When he graduated the next year he was appointed as an Assistant Lecturer together with Ko San Hla Aung and Ko Win Thein.
Allen Htay was later sent abroad to Harvard University to study Soil Mechanics. He then left R.I.T. to work abroad. Later on he joined CalTrans [California Department of Transportation] until he retired due to his illness. The other day one of my RIT colleagues reminded me of the longevity of most of the senior CE staff, beginning from Saya Nam Kock, Dr. Aung Gyi, Dr. San Hla Aung, Dr. Win Thein, Allen Htay, and me. All of us are approaching and/or surpassing 80.
Now one of us is already gone and he’ll be missed.
From Daw Khin Khin Kyu (Ann, A 67)
My deepest & sincere condolences to Ma Ma Mu & Family.
You will be deeply missed by all of us.
Khin Khin Kyu (A 67)
From Saya U Myo Win (Melvyn, M/Ag 65)
Dear Muriel & family,
Please accept our heartfelt deepest condolences and sorrow. Allen is one of our nicest sayas and he is always smiling and a happy person.
He will be greatly missed by all Myanmar engineers.
Myo & Nu Win ( Melvyn Ba Tin & Noreen Aungyaw)
From Saya Dr. Chris Lee (L. Tin Htun, EE 59)
Dear Ko Hla Min:
We are greatly saddened to learn about the passing of our beloved friend and colleague Mr. Allen Htay. Please convey our deep condolence and sympathy to all members of his family.
Chris and Pam Lee
From Saya U Nyo Win (M65)
Maurice and All,
Please convey my deepest sympathy and condolences to Allen’s family. Please include me in any and all arrangements for the funeral.
With great sadness,
[Saya Dr.] Nyo Win (M 65)
From Saya KC Chiu (ChE63)
I am saddened by the bad news. Please convey my condolences to Daw Mu Mu and her family and let me know the funeral arrangement once it is confirmed. Also count me in your arrangement of expressing our grieve. Thank you.
[Saya] KC Chiu (ChE 63)
From U Saw Linn (C71)
Saya Allen Htay passed away on 19-03-2013.
From U Win Khaing (M75)
Dear U Saw Lin
Pls convey my deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved family of Saya Allen Htay.
U Win Khaing President MES
From Saya U Moe Aung (EE63)
Saya was a very gentle and soft-spoken person.
Please convey my deepest condolences to his wife Daw Mu Mu Khin and family.
From Sai Tun Aye (Min70)
Very sad to hear this news.
Please convey my condolences to saya’s family.
From U Myint Pe (M72)
Very sad to hear about SAYAR’s news.
From U Aung Kyaw Myat
Deep Condolences to Saya’s Family.
From U Kyaw San Win
He is genius and good teacher for us.
We miss him forever.
This is life.
Please convey our condolences to his bereaved family.
From Saya U Kyaw Sein (M65)
I can still remember Saya’s soft-spoken manner of conducting lectures. Please convey my heartfelt condolences to his bereaved family.
From Saya U Tin Lin (ChE72)
May you rest in PEACE Saya Allen Htay!
My deepest condolence to saya’s family.
This is the final journey of our life to pass through one day.
From U Than Po (M75)
ၾကယ္တပြင့္ေၾကြျပန္ပါျပီ။ မိသားစုနဲ႕ထပ္တူထပ္မွ် ၀မ္းနည္းအပ္ပါတယ္။
From U Hla Thaung
Very sorry to know that.
Saya, may you rest in peace!
My deep condolence to Saya’s family.
Categories: Gone But Not Forgotten