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​Irving Arthur Steinel was well known as a musician in Adventist denominational circles. He was a pianist, organist, and composer, and he was listed as one of the International Adventist Musicians. He was also a missionary and was visionary minded. He had teaching, leadership, and administrative capabilities. He became the first principal of the first Adventist academy in the Philippines—the Philippine Seventh-day Adventist Academy (in short, Philippine Adventist Academy [PAA]), now Adventist University of the Philippines.

​Lawrence Murphy Stump was an Adventist missionary, educator, and administrator for more than 40 years.

​Mindert Albert Sumual was a pioneer Adventist church worker in Indonesia.

Levy Baloyo Tabo was a pastor and church administrator from the Philippines.

Jahja Benyamin Talaa was a pastor and church administrator in Indonesia.

​Eugenio Tangunan was an evangelist, pastor, and church leader in the Philippines.

Thang Pu was a primary school teacher, active ordained pastor, executive secretary, treasurer, district leader, and mission president.

Do Za Thang was a pastor and church administrator from Myanmar.

​Neil Ramon Thrasher was a missionary doctor and medical director. He was a surgeon, and a certified specialist in radiology who served with his wife, Lucille Bertha (Daniel), in North America, Africa, and in several countries in the Far Eastern Division.

Klaas Tilstra served as pastor, evangelist, and conference and union president in Indonesia, as union president in the Netherlands, and as educator and builder in New Guinea.

​Known as “Asia’s newest nation” and the first new sovereign state of the 21st century, the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste (East Timor) is a small nation with a complex history and, according to Adventist leaders there, huge potential.

The Timor-Leste Mission is an attached mission of the Southern Asia-Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists. It was officially organized in 2009 and then renamed and reorganized in 2011.

Tin Tun Shin was a leader of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Myanmar.

​Tirad View Academy was established in 1965. It is in Quirino, Ilocos Sur, Philippines.

Toraja View Academy, also known as Sekolah Lanjutan Advent, is a co-educational boarding school for junior and senior high school levels operated by Luwu Tana Toraja Mission. It is located on an estate of about 38 acres (15 hectares), 228 miles (365 kilometers) north of Makassar (Ujung Pandang), in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The school draws students mainly from South Celebes and Southeast Celebes. The majority of the students are Torajanese.

​Ollie Oberholtzer Tornblad was a physician, Bible instructor, writer, motivator for young people, and a missionary to Burma.

​Juanito Tulio’s leadership was instrumental in conducting evangelism campaigns, building numerous churches, and developing denominational workers in the Philippines.

​Tun Maung I was an Adventist administrator, teacher, and minister from Myanmar.

​Tun Sein was a pioneer teacher and administrator in Burma (now Myanmar).

Upper Myanmar Adventist Seminary (UMAS) is a coeducational boarding institution located at Siyin, Gyothonbin Block 1, Bogyoke Road, Kalay.