In memory of
U. Win Myint
In memory of
U. Win Myint
U Win Myint Nashville - U Win Myint of Nashville, TN passed away on November 4th 2019 in comfort and peace. He was married for 43 years to the late Praprasri "Patti" Kopsombut Myint and survived by his children Arnold and Anna, grand children Evan, Brianna, Samantha and great grand children, Elijah, Leah, Logan and Claude. The youngest professor at the time, Win taught at Tennessee State University for over forty years. From Burma, he came to the states and studied at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York; worked for IBM, Tuskegee University and established his roots in Nashville where he met his "wife and partner for life". His contributions of molding a cultural landscape in his community are unmatched; serving on many boards including the United Nations Association, Nashville Chapter and founding the Buddhist Temple of Nashville. Win's unconditional support and perspective on humanity will forever be cherished. As he said last week, "I have such a beautiful life". There will be a Gathering of Family and Friends on Wed Nov. 13, 2019 from noon until two thirty pm with a Celebration of Life ceremony at two thirty pm in Woodlawn's Dignity Hall. Visit the online obituary at www.woodlawn-roesch-pattonfh.com
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Woodlawn-Roesch-Patton Funeral Home | Nashville Memorial Park
660 Thompson Ln
Nashville, TN 37204
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In memory of
U. Win Myint
U Win Myint Nashville - U Win Myint of Nashville, TN passed away on November 4th 2019 in comfort and peace. He was married for 43 years to the late Praprasri "Patti" Kopsombut Myint and survived by his children Arnold and Anna, grand children Evan, Brianna, Samantha and great grand children, Elijah, Leah, Logan and Claude. The youngest professor at the time, Win taught at Tennessee State University for over forty years. From Burma, he came to the states and studied at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York; worked for IBM, Tuskegee University and established his roots in Nashville where he met his "wife and partner for life". His contributions of molding a cultural landscape in his community are unmatched; serving on many boards including the United Nations Association, Nashville Chapter and founding the Buddhist Temple of Nashville. Win's unconditional support and perspective on humanity will forever be cherished. As he said last week, "I have such a beautiful life". There will be a Gathering of Family and Friends on Wed Nov. 13, 2019 from noon until two thirty pm with a Celebration of Life ceremony at two thirty pm in Woodlawn's Dignity Hall. Visit the online obituary at www.woodlawn-roesch-pattonfh.com
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Services Provided By
Woodlawn-Roesch-Patton Funeral Home | Nashville Memorial Park
660 Thompson Ln
Nashville, TN 37204
Past Services ╲╱
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