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the villagers in Baan Doi Noi to use unoccupied land. He is survived by his two sons, Naret, age 31, who is blind from glaucoma, and Charan, age 34. At the time of his death, Boonsom Nimnoi, age 44, resided at 60 village no.5, Tambon Bang Kaew, Amphur Baan Laem, in Petchburi province. He was a seafood merchant. In addition, he was a member of the Bang Kaew Tambon Administrative Organization, a member of the Baan Laem Ocean Conservation Group, and a leader of the opposition to the petrochemical project in Petchburi. Beloved by the community, especially children, he liked helping his neighbours and fellow villagers. He was a kind-hearted man who neither gambled nor smoked. He is survived by his wife, Kree. At the time of his death, Preecha Thongpaen, age 57, resided at 136 village no.8, Tambon Kuan Krod, Amphur Thung Song, in Nakorn Si Thammarat province. He was the assistant headman of Tambon Kuan Krod as well as a leader of the Tambon Kuan Krod Environmental Conservation Group. He is survived by his wife, Yuen Thongpaen, and their four children. At the time of his death, Boonrit Channarong, age 55, resided at 158/706 village no.9, Baan Intritong, Tambon Khlong Pa, Amphur Tha Chana, in Surat Thani province. He was a rubber tapper. He always sacrificed for others and helped with collective projects. Their youngest child is studying Mattayom 2 (Grade 8). He is survived by his wife, Aporn, and their seven children. At the time of his death, Boonyong Intawong, age 42, resided at 202 village no.1, Baan Rong Ha, Tambon Pha Ngam, Amphur Wieng Chai, in Chiang Rai province. He was a buffalo merchant and also served as the assistant headman of Baan Rong Ha. He was the leader of the opposition to the Doi Mae Auk Roo stone quarry. He is survived by his wife, Kraisorn, and their two children. At the time of his death, Khampan Suksai, age 59, resided at 198 village no1, Tambon Mae Na, Amphur Chiang Dao, in Chiang Mai province. Easy-going and sincere in everything he did, Khampan was a farmer. He served as the headman of Baan Pa Bong village, president of the Baan Pa Bong Community Forest, and vice president of the Upper Ping River Basin Community Forestry Network. He is survived by his wife, Suja, and their daughter, Yupawadee, age 27. At the time of his death, Samnao Srisongkhram, age 38, resided at 12 village no.8, Tambon Kok Sung, Amphur Ubonrat, in Khon Kaen province. He was a farmer and president of the Lam Nam Phong Environmental Conservation Association. He is survived by his wife, Mayuree, and their son, age 9, and daughter, age 2. At the time of his death, Charoen Wat-aksorn, age 37, resided at 89 village no.6, Tambon Bo Nok, Amphur Muang, in Prachuab Khiri Khan province. He was the president of the Love Bo Nok Group. He was a cheerful person who loved justice. He is survived by his wife, Korn-uma Pongnoi. At the time of his death, Supol Sirijant, age 58, resided in Baan Daen Udom, village no.7, Tambon Mae Mok, Amphur Thun, in Lamphun province. He was the headman of Baan Daen Udom and a leader in the Mae Mok Community Forestry Network. He is survived by his wife, Kobkaew, and their son, Nikorn, age 34. At the time of her death, Pakwipa Chaloemklin, age 49, resided at 129/N Baan Hua Krabu, Tambon Pa Mok, Amphur Ba Mok, in Ang Thong province. She was the vice president of the Baan Hua Krabu community group. She is survived by her husband, Prayot, and their three children. 55

Enforced Disappearances in Thailand  

Enforced Disappearances in Thailand

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