Moscap Engineering founder formed ties with LP gas industry

November 24, 2017 By    

Ki Yim, founder of Moscap Engineering, died earlier this year at his home in Las Vegas. He would have been 77 this year.

Yim

Born and raised in Seoul, Korea, Yim came to the United States after the Korean War after being granted a full scholarship to Vanderbilt University. After earning his finance degree, Yim moved to Chicago to work as an auditor for the Pritzker family, which owned RegO at the time.

Through his work, Yim traveled internationally, doing audits of manufacturing facilities.

After leaving RegO, Yim started Moscap, importing gauges from Asia and selling to LP gas distributors throughout North America.

Friends and family would describe Yim to have a warm, funny personality with a sharp intellect. Yim leaves behind his wife Theresa, daughter Jennifer, son-in-law Will and granddaughter Nora.

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Joe McCarthy is an Associate Editor of LP Gas Magazine. You can contact him at jmccarthy@northcoastmedia.net and at 216-363-7930.

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