Born: 8/17/1943, South Shield, United Kingdom
Death: 1/23/2009, Moab, Utah
Colin Egan, 65, passed away on Friday, January 23, 2009 at his home.
Colin was born on August 17, 1943 in South Shield, Durham, United Kingdom.
Colin grew up in the United Kingdom and received a bachelor's degree in
biology from the University College of London, Kings College Campus. He
later went on to receive a Master's degree in education and taught Science
for a number of years. While training as an Alexander Technique Teacher
Colin met and later married Sumi Komo. Together they founded an Alexander
Technique and Zen meditation center in Boulder Colorado. Colin relocated
to Moab following their divorce where he opened his own center, the
Colin was an active member of Toast Masters in Moab and was the current
President at his time of death. He was also actively involved in the Moab
music festival. He enjoyed speaking, music, dance, singing and was an avid
He is survived by his son Rupert Egan and his daughter Annelise Egan.
At Colin's request cremation has taken place and his ashes will be
taken to the Zen Mountain Center by his family.
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