More than 1,000 people turned out to wish Chonburi MP Santsak Jaroon Ngampichet a happy 72nd birthday at a lavish part at Pattaya’s Zign Hotel.
Chonburi Gov. Khomsan Ekachai and Pattaya Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome were among the dignitaries attending the Aug. 20 soiree organized by the Ngampichet family.
Guests received a souvenir t-shirt and enjoyed food and drinks sold at various booths. Education Ministry secretary Chanyuth Hengtrakul led employees of his family’s Sophon Cable TV in a lion parade and presented the Palang Chol Party member with a Hok Lok Sew “lord of luck” statue.
Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome leads Pattaya administrators and members of Pattaya’s city council to present a bouquet of flowers to congratulate Santsak Ngampichet on his 72nd birthday.
Santsak, the chairman of the House’s Religion, Art and Culture Subcommittee, was born Aug. 22, 1941. He completed his education at Cholrasadorn Amrung School in Chonburi and obtained college degrees from Burapha and Ramkhamhaeng universities and King Prajadipok’s Institute.
Santsak began his political career as a Chonburi city council member in 1982 and won his first term in the House of Representatives in 1983. After being out of elected politics for several years, he was reelected as an MP in 2011.