In memory of

邱錢菊夫人 Chin Gook Yau

September 27, 1938 -  December 11, 2019

Chin Gook Yau (Daisy) went home to her Heavenly Father on December 11, 2019 at Princess Margaret Cancer Centrel at the age of 81.

Loving mother of Patrick ( Betty) and Vivian. Cherished grandmother of Valerie and Jeremy. She will be greatly missed by her family, relatives, and friends. The family would like to extend their sincere thanks to the Doctors and the Medical Team at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre for their care and compassion. She is now reunited with her husband and with faith, we sure meet again in the arms of our Lord.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation and select "Leukemia Research Fund" or charity of your choice.


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Nina & Johnny (Church brother and sister)

Entered December 15, 2019


May God give you peace and strength.

Nina & Johnny

Ken Lee / Sylina Wong (Friend)

Entered December 15, 2019 from Richmond Hill

Dear Patrick's family,

Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss. May our Lord be with you and your family.
Your mother leaves the good legacy to you forever! She is a great mother, and more important. She is our sister and we will meet again in the Heaven in the future.

In HIM, Sylina & Ken

William and Connie Fok (Friends, Church brothers & sisters)

Entered December 15, 2019 from Markham

Dear Daisy,
May you Rest with Peace in Heaven. We will miss you.

Dear Patrick, Betty, Vivian, Valerie and Jeremy,
Please accept our deepest condolences. Pray that our Lord comfort & give you strength.
We are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.

William and Connie Fok

Ellen Chu (Friend)

Entered December 17, 2019 from Thornhill, Ontario

Dear Patrick and family,

My deepest condolences! May the Lord comfort you and touch your sorrowful souls. I will keep praying for you!

In Christ,

Mao Wong and Wing Ki 

Entered December 17, 2019 from Toronto


I never told you that you and uncle Yau are still my favorites among my friends' parents. I always find it very 'cool' that the two of you would greet me as 'mao wong' since I was 11 or 12. You always laughed (and never mad) at us for chatting and playing so loud w Vivian in your Hong Kong Apartment. You were always kind, generous, and humorous. It is indeed shocking and sad to know dinner with you in August was our last happy gathering. But I do believe, instead of watching sunset in Richmond Hill, you and uncle are now peacefully enjoying eternity with God in heaven. (please pardon me if uncle thinks I butchered his lovely poem... ) May you rest in peace.

Mao Wong and Wing Ki


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