Tung, Ching Kan

Tung, Ching Kan "Anna"

March 1st, 2016

Peacefully at peopleCare Oakcrossing on Tuesday, March 1st, 2016, Anna Tung, of London, passed away at the age of 95. Beloved wife of the late Jen Kee Tung (2010). Cherished mother of John (Judy) Tung of New Zealand and Ben (Norah) Toong of London. Predeceased by her son Tony (1994). Special ‘mama’ to grandchildren: Monique (Andrew) Little of New Zealand, Kevin (Carole) Toong of Hong Kong, Chantal and Nicole Tung of Australia, and Katherine (Jordan) Toong of Hong Kong. Great-grandmother ‘tai po’ to Sophie and Mia Little of New Zealand, and Jia Toong of Hong Kong. Cremation has taken place. A private family service and celebration of life will be held at a later date in Oakville, Ontario. Memorial donations to the Alzheimer Society of London and Middlesex in Anna’s memory would be appreciated. Special thank you to the staff at peopleCare Oakcrossing for the compassionate care given to Anna during this difficult journey. 

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Betty CoxDear Norah, Ben and family, We are so sorry for the loss of your mother. Please be assured of our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
Alice FacchinaOur condolences to you Norah and Ben, Kevin and Katherine, so far away. Thanks for the good memories from meeting you as parents at STA, soccer fields and school when I supplied. Interesting where our lives lead us. May good memories of your mother/grandmother Anna bring you joy and relief when you feel down. Alice Facchina
Pamela ColemanAnna displayed grace and dignity that could not be overshadowed by her illness. It was an honour for me to be able to care for her. She will always have a special place in my heart. Anna truly was an exceptional lady.
Glenn and Mary KressBen - we never had an opportunity to meet your mother, but she must have been an exceptional person. She has left a great legacy - her wonderful family. Our thoughts are with you and Norah at this time.
Monique LittleDear Uncle Ben and Aunty Norah, just wanted to express our heartfelt gratitude for taking such good care of Ma-Ma over the last few years. She was such a cherished and loved member of our family who will be forever missed. We treasure all the special moments that we spent together. Ma-Ma, you will always be in our hearts and thoughts. Love always, Monique (See-Wei), Andrew, Sophie and Mia.
John and Judy TungMum, you brought so much love and happiness into our lives. We will treasure the memories and the wonderful times you shared together with our family. You will be forever in our hearts and thoughts. We love you very much. Remembered always John and Judy.
Kevin and KatherineMaMa- even though thousands of miles have separated us over the years -you have always remained in our hearts. We will love you forever. Littl Jia was so lucky to hug you this summer. Love Kevin (Carole & Jia) and Katherine (Jordan)
Ben and NorahMum- in your own quiet,gentle way you had taught us the true meaning of compassion, generosity, and respect for both family and others. We will love you forever. Love, Ben & Norah
KathyBen and Norah accept my sincere condolences in respect to the loss of your mom/mother-in-law. Ben you were a great son to your mom. You loved her in a special way by attending her everyday and making sure she was safe and happy. She is at peace now. God bless this family.
JoeJohn, Ben and Family : Please accept my deepest condolence for the loss of your mom. I have known your mom since childhood and she has always been the kindest and most loving person and I will always remember her with fond memories. As such as it is painful to see your mom depart, I hope you will take comfort knowing that she is now in a better place, reunited with your father.
Chantal and Nicole TungWe have lost such a kind, gentle and beautiful gem from our lives. Ma-Ma - you will be forever in our hearts and we will treasure all the wonderful memories we have of you. Love always and forever, Chan and Nic
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