Names

* Tin Myint

Daw Tin Myint (ChE66)

Pon Tu of Daw Tin Myint (by Bagyee Myat Myo Myint)
  • Retired as Professor of ChE

U Tin Myint (M67, GBNF)

Appreciation for David Ko
Sponsor of SPZP-2012
  • Alias : David Ko
  • Worked for Sittaung Paper Mill
  • Moved to USA
  • Entrepreneur and Philanthropist
  • Golden Sponsor, SPZP-2000
  • Donated $3000 to SPZP-2012
  • Sponsor, NorCal RITAA events

U Tin Myint (M69, GBNF)

Service for John Lee
John and Mabel Lee
We;come Dinner for Daniel (Singapore) by Saya Allen Htay
  • Alias : John T. Lee, Tan Choy
  • 4th BE Luyechun
  • Represented RIT in Table Tennis
  • Moved to USA
  • Worked on Engineering Projects

U Tin Myint (M75, GBNF)

  • Moved to Singapore
  • Donated to RIT-related projects

U Tin Myint (M80)

Saya U Tin Myint
  • Joined Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Received Masters from Melbourne University
  • Worked part-time and later full-time at private companies
  • Director, Suntac
  • Moderator, RIT Updates

Notes

  • David Ko lost his first spouse Daw Kyin Yone.
    He made donations in her memory.
    He later found a new love Mavis Ko.
    When David passed away, she donated $2000 to NorCal RITAA in his memory.
    David employed many Burmese at M&Ko (a company he co-founded).
  • One of John’s projects was to get recycled water.
    His spouse Mabel (Lyo Kyin Sein, T69) played Basketball for RIT.
    Their daughter (medical doctor) requested me to speak at John’s funeral service
  • Saya U Tin Myint visited USA to represent his company at an exhibition in Southern California.
    He then visited iNapa winery in Northern California. Gordon Kaung (M83) hosted him.
    Several former students paid respect to U Tin Myint.
    He is a Blogger (for various topics).

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