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Willis Gentry Dick was a missionary doctor who served as director of several medical institutions in the Philippines.
James Arthur Leland, Jr. was a missionary to the Philippines and the first manager of the Philippine Publishing House.
Edward Newton Lugenbeal was a missionary, administrator, and teacher.
Luciano Trasga Nermal, Jr. was a dynamic Adventist leader, pastor, and church administrator.
Juanito Rivera Obregon was an Adventist teacher, pastor, writer, translator, and church administrator in the Philippines.
Forrest and Jennie Pratt were among the first Adventist missionaries to enter Thailand. They served also in the Philippines and the United States.
Dr. William Campbell Richli was a missionary medical doctor in the Philippines and in Africa known as the “Flying Doctor of the Philippines.” He also distinguished himself as the first individual to cross the Pacific in a solo flight in a single-engine plane, and as a gifted self-taught engineer who restored hospital facilities and designed and built hydro-electric plants to benefit the institutions he was serving.
Ritz, Alva Paul (1899–1988) and Avanelle Ruth (Renshaw, 1904–1964)
Alfred E. Labadisos|Adlai Wilfred M. Tornalejo
Alva Paul and Avanelle Ruth Ritz spent two decades as missionaries in the Far Eastern Division. They were instrumental in the establishment of the first Adventist church in Bangkok in 1933. They also pioneered the Adventist work in the northern part of Thailand.
Kenneth Smith served the country of Thailand for 12 years, including a term as president of the Thailand Mission from late 1972 to mid-1974, and served the church for more than three decades.