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Ujang Mormin, 100 - an old man with thinning, white hair, lines on his face and glasses, sits on in a wheelchair while holding a framed portrait of himself in Royal Malay Regiment uniform of while baju melayu and sampin.

Ujang Mormin

Passed away on 9 February 2021

Ujang Mormin

Date of Death
9 February 2021

About Ujang Mormin

Ujang Mormin, 100, died on at Hospital Sungai Buloh on Feb 9, 2021. The Negri Sembilan native fought alongside Leftenan Adnan Saidi in the historic 1942 Battle of of Pasir Panjang against the Japanese invaders, in Singapore. He served as an army private with the First Battalion of the Royal Malay Regiment, after joining the British Army in 1939. He was one of a handful from his regiment to survive the Battle of Pasir Panjang. Condolences poured for him from the government, armed forces and the King.

We will always remember you

  • Lisa

    Dear Ujang, no words are enough thank you for the sacrifices you made for this country. I hope you lead a wonderful life surrounded by loved ones. I hope you did not suffer towards the end. Today, we say your name. We see you and we remember you. Al-fatihah.

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