Venerable Nhang Noeung officially ordained on November 19, 2016 as the temple Head of Monk (Chauathika).
Also known as “Lok Kru” borned in Tra Vinh (Preas Tra Pang), Khmer Krom on November 8, 1957, to a family of 7 sisters. He was ordained a Samanera (novice monk) at the age of 18 years old in 1976, and then became a Bhikkhu (senior monk) in 1978 in Khmer Krom. Moved to Phnom Penh, Cambodia in 1988, to stay at Wat Neakavon, and then at Wat Utaravutey where he became Chauathika Assistant in 1991.
Ven. Noeung has been a resident Monk in Wat Dhammarangsey since January 15, 1997.
Venerable Michael Tang (Senior Bhikhu)
Born in 1966 in Khmer Krom. Ordained a Samanera (novice monk) on January 10, 1986, and then a Bhikkhu on May 15, 1986. Came to Phnom Penh, Cambodia on April 19, 1989 to stay in several temples. Watt Langka, Watt Vongkotborey, and Watt Uttaravatey were the temple of his residence.
The Oregon Cambodian Buddhist Society sponsored Venerable Tang to the United States, and he has been a resident at Wat Dhammarangsey since January 15, 1997.
Venerable Tang is actively engaged in the temple's monthly festival programs, and he is a full-time member of Oregon Cambodian Buddhist Society.
He speaks several languages: Khmer, English, Vietnamese, and Thai.
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Venerable Savy Soeun (Senior Bhikhu)
Mr. Sokharo Choy (Lok Ajha)
Lok Ajha, Sokharo Choy, is an active temple member assisting Monks and the lay people in all temple services. Lok Ajha dedicated his time for the Cambodian community by conducting and leading the Dhamma class and meditation.