Paterno Matulac Diaz was a pastor and church administrator from the Philippines.
Willis Gentry Dick was a missionary doctor who served as director of several medical institutions in the Philippines.
Doe Doe Shin served the Kinsaung Publishing House and the Union Book Depot in Myanmar for 33 years.
Peter Drinhaus was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor, evangelist and missionary in Germany, Africa and Asia.
Loreto Desquitado Duriquez was an Adventist minister and administrator from the Philippines.
The East Indonesia Union Conference was established in 1964 when the Far Eastern Division divided the Indonesia Union Mission into the East Indonesia Union Mission and the West Indonesia Union Mission.
The Goshen Adventist Secondary School (Seklah Menengah Advent Goshen) is a private Seventh-day Adventist school offering Grade 1 through high school. It is located at Jalan Simpangan Kg, Jalan Goshen, 89108 Kota Marudu, Sabah, Malaysia. Since its establishment in 1960, it has sought to offer physical, mental, social, and spiritual nurture via a strong academic and spiritual program.
Alberto Gulfan Jr. was an evangelist, pastor, chaplain, and administrator in the Southern Asia-Pacific Division.
Aside from the churches he founded in the South England Conference and Scottish Mission, Leslie Gilbert Hardinge’s most important contribution was organizing the Seventh-day Adventist Seminary, Far East (now AIIAS).
Roy Edgar Hay was a pioneer missionary in the Philippines.
Tirso H. Jamandre, Sr. was among the early Adventist believers and Bible workers in Panay, sixth largest and fourth most populous island in the Philippines.
Willard “Dean” Jemson was a leader in Adventist publishing in the North American Division and the Far Eastern Division.
Moises Gonzales Jereos was an Adventist accountant and church administrator from the Philippines.
David Guasin Jucaban was an Adventist evangelist and church administrator from the Philippines.
Robert Albert Kalangi was a leading Adventist figure in Indonesia as an ordained pastor, teacher, educator, and educational administrator.
Kalee Paw was a missionary, teacher, pastor, and administrator from Myanmar.
Dallas Spencer Kime, also known as D. S. Kime, and his wife Mattie Ledell were missionaries to North Sumatra, Indonesia.
Kyaw Din I was the second national principal of the Burma Union Bible Seminary in Myaungmya and also served as the associate secretary of the Education department of the Burma Union in 1975 and 1976.
Kyaw Sein Pe was an evangelist and church administrator from Myanmar.
Lake View Adventist Academy (LVAA), known as “The School that Trains for Better Citizenship,” is a secondary educational institution operated by the North Central Mindanao Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church at Don Carlos in Bukidnon in the Philippines.