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Loreto Desquitado Duriquez was an Adventist minister and administrator from the Philippines.

The East Bangladesh Mission (EBM) is the most recently organized of the four missions in the Bangladesh Adventist Union Mission (BAUM) in the Southern Asia-Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists. The head office of the East Bangladesh Mission is situated in Pahartoli, Chittagong, Bangladesh.

​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.

East Java Academy, nationally known as Sekolah Lanjuntan Advent Purwodadi (SLA-Purwodadi), was registered as a boarding school operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the East Java Conference. It is located in Jalan Raya Purwodadi, regency of Pasuruan, East Java. This school was first located in Sukorejo, and then it moved to its current location.

​Ottis Carrol Edwards was a missionary, educator, and church administrator in the United States and the Philippines.

Ekamai International School (EIS) (then Christian Training Center, CTC) opened in 1946 with only a few children in the first class. The classes were held in the garage of Dr. Ralph Waddell on Phayathai Road in Bangkok, Thailand. Later a classroom was constructed of bamboo with a metal roof. In 1957 the present Ekamai property was purchased.

Hjalmar A. Erickson, a medical missionary doctor, served with his wife, Helen, in Africa, China, and the Philippines. He was a hospital director, author, prisoner of war, and veteran of the United States Navy.

​Trinidad Grande Fortaleza was an Adventist evangelist, gospel worker, Bible teacher, church planter, prolific speaker, and church administrator.

Chuck Loreto O. Garcia IV was an Adventist missionary doctor, singer, and administrator from the Philippines.

Francisco Tamayo Geslani was an Adventist writer, medical doctor, and hospital administrator from the Philippines.

Gopalganj Seventh-day Adventist Hospital was a medical institution located in the southwestern part of the Bhil Delta area of East Bengal (now Bangladesh). It was one of the oldest mission stations in India, and it operated from 1906 until 1985.

The Goshen Adventist Secondary School (Sekolah 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.

Horace Alvin Hall was a teacher, chemist, physician, surgeon, medical missionary, writer, editor, and hospital administrator.

​Clarence and Wanda Hamel were missionaries in the Southern Asia Division, particularly in India and Pakistan.

​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.

Hla Chit was an Adventist evangelist and church administrator in Myanmar.