In memory of

Dr. Hak Ming Chiu

August 27, 1938 -  February 5, 2022

Surrounded by his family, Hak Ming died peacefully on February 5, 2022 at Lakeridge Health Oshawa. He will be lovingly remembered and forever missed by his family, wife Debbie, sister Helen (Chap-Yung), brother Hak Fai (Karen). He was a loving and devoted father to step-daughter Angela (Gerry), uncle to Rae, Jane (Mac) and Carol (Paul), gong gong to Amari, kar gong to Lauren, Justin, Savannah and Taylor, grand-uncle to Rownen and Quinn. His dedication to delivering compassionate care to his patients and commitment to improving health through medical research will be a lasting legacy remembered by patients, friends and colleagues.

In lieu of flowers, please donate to one of the listed charities (see donations tab) in Hak Ming's memory.

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Lui San Man Simmy ( Mrs. Simmy Hung) 

Entered February 8, 2022

Uncle Hak Ming will be remembered as a gentle, kind uncle with a sense of humor !
May he rest in peace in the embrace of God !
Billy & Simmy Hung

Victor (Friend)

Entered February 9, 2022 from Toronto

Uncle Chiu has been a dearest figure to me since childhood. His enthusiasm for the arts was endearing and delightful. Every Christmas, Uncle Chiu would generously give our family an eccentric piece of art. Often times that piece of art, would raise eyebrows, as it was obviously, now the most extravagant thing in our whole living room. It was such a FUN thing, and a testament to his refined tastes and passion for arts.

On time, I saw him driving his ~20 year old BMW (circa 1980s), and I told him HOW GREAT the car still looks. His face lit up with his BIG BRIGHT SMILE, and without hesitation, he offered to give it to me.

That's part of the JOY and GENROSITY he shared. I will miss him so much. Thanks for all the great gifts Uncle Chiu. Missing you. Love

Chap Yung Yeung (Brother in law)

Entered February 9, 2022 from Hong Kong

My brother in law, Hak Ming, was a highly devoted physician. He had won high praises not only from his patients, but also an award from his hospital for his distinguished services. He attained three FRCPs as a physician-specialist, a haematologist and an oncologist. He sustained very high standard in his specialist practice through up-dating and in depth research for new knowledge, thus providing the best treatment to his patients.
He had a quiet disposition with a witty intellect. Remarks he made were usually relevant and to the point. Although not trained in economics, his vision and money management skills would have made him a financial magnate if he was in fulltime business. He abided to strict principles, He was honest and would not let people take advantage of him. He lived a very simple life but would spend generously when it came to helping relatives and friends in need. He contributed unreservedly to charities including church, academic endeavour, health programs etc.
Hak Ming was a highly dedicated son and was extremely caring for his family. He will be sadly missed by us all.
Chap Yung

Susan and Chris Hall (Medical colleague)

Entered February 9, 2022 from Oshawa

We will miss the gentle positivity of Hak. His professional support over many years was wonderful and his personal friendship cherished.

Anthony Naassan (Colleague)

Entered February 9, 2022 from Oshawa

I would like to extend my condolences to Debbie and the Chiu family.
Dr. Chiu was a great friend, colleague and mentor. I had the privilege to work alongside Dr. Chiu for 6 years. He cared deeply about his patients and worked tirelessly to advance oncology and hematology care in Oshawa. His dedication will always be remembered.


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