RIT Saya

GBNF : U Aye Win Kyaw (C70)

Three Classmates and Sayas

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Sayas U Aung, U Aye Win Kyaw and Madan Chand

Double Tragedy

  • Saya U Aye Win Kyaw (C70)’s family suffered a Double Tragedy.
  • His son, who came to look after Saya at the Pyin Oo Lwin clinic, took a hot shower and had a severe electric shock.
    The employees knew that there was electrical leakage in the bath room; so they did not come forward to rescue Saya’s son.
    Due to gross negligence, Saya’s son passed away.
    Saya pleaded to hospitals and medical clinics to prevent undue tragedies.
    Saya U Myat Htoo (C68) forwarded me a voice message of Saya U Aye Win Kyaw.
  • Saya, who had some medical condition, also passed away.
  • Saya was an EC member of Burma Astro Research Bureau (BARB).
    He taught Astronomy and Astrology at BARB (now MARB).

From U Ohn Khine (M70)

Dear Friends,

  • Got sad news from Ko Aung (C70) that Ko Aye Win Kyaw (C70) passed away at Pyin Oo Lwin.
  • The GBNF list now is 94.

From Sayagyi Dr. Aung Gyi

Ko Hla Min,

I am sad to learn that Aye Win Kyaw has passed away. I met him in Pyin Oo Lwin the last time I visited Myanmar in 2015-16. He seemed to be in good health at that time.
Quite a few people told me that he was a good astrologer.
I remember him as a nice and quiet person.
May he passed into a better life.

I send my deep condolences to his family.

From Saya Madan Chand (C70)

Very sad day for me and Saya Aung as we three are very close friends.

Studied and worked together In Civil Dept., RIT.

Field trip, Special survey assignment,Three R summer 1971 at Monywa district, and so many activities together.

May Buddha bless the family.

Arranged and signed as witness for the marriage of Ko Aye and Ma Lay.

From Saya U Aung (C70)

Saya U Aung has posted news and photos about his friend and colleague Saya U Aye Win Kyaw.

Sayas U Aye Win Kyaw, U Aung and Madan Chand

From U Nyunt Tin (M70)

Very sorry for our C-70 friend U Aye Win Kyaw.

From U Htay Aung (C69)

Very sad to me. I remember we were working together in Nawin Project before he moved to RIT. Convey my sincere condolence to his family.

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