In memory of

Hong Doan Trieu 趙济南

December 18, 1925 -  September 2, 2023

我们怀着极大的悲痛哀悼我们的父亲、深爱的丈夫和敬爱的祖父. 赵济南老先生.他于2023年9月2日在 Markham Stouffville 医院的Palliative Care Unit安详地去世. 享年 97 岁。

赵老先生于 1925年12月18日出生于中国广东祖籍潮州。 他与妻子GHET Lang 和 6 个孩子(Raymond、Dat、Ben、Ken、Winnie 和 Trang)度过了漫长而幸福的生活,充满了美好的回忆。


赵老先生 是一个非常聪明和雄心勃勃的人,他凭着自己的魅力和努力工作,并经历了一段充实生活的伟大旅程。 他的正直、勤奋和坚定不移的奉献精神赢得了他认识的人的尊重和钦佩.

他生活中热情对代他的家人、朋友、爱好中国音乐、食物(特别是海鲜)、阅读报纸、看篮球和每周玩彩票。 他是一位慈爱的祖父

他不仅是一位充满爱心的家庭男人,也是社区中受人尊敬的成员。 他的温暖之心和乐於伸出援助之手的意愿感动了许多人的生活。 他的慷慨无边无际。 无论是通过慈善行为、社区参与,还是仅仅成为有需要的人的朋友,他都让世界变得更加美好.

他的离开给所有有幸认识他的人留下旡限缅怀.他的爱, 以及他对许多人的生活产生的积极影响而永存。 尽管他可能已经离开了我们,但他将永留在我们的心中,留在他的家人和朋友的生活中。願他一路好走往生極乐。

家人谨代表父亲感谢大家的祈祷和哀悼。 此外,我们还要感谢 Markham Stouffville 医院及其工作人员在他住院期间的照顾。

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In Loving Memory of Hong Doan Trieu (趙济南).

It is with great sadness that we mourn the passing of our loving father, devoted husband, cherished grandfather and great grandfather, Hong Doan at the age of 97. He passed away peacefully at the Palliative Care Unit in Markham Stouffville hospital. He was born on December 18th, 1925, in China. He lived a long and blessed life full of wonderful memories with his wife, Ghet-Lang and 6 children (Raymond, Dat, Ben, Ken, Winnie and Trang).

He spent the early years of his life in China before emigrating to Vietnam where he had started building his career/business and family. He then moved his family to Canada where he spent the remainder of his life.

He has gone through a great journey building a fulfilled life as he was a very smart and ambitious man, who worked hard through his charisma and charm. His integrity, diligence and unwavering commitment were qualities that earned the respect and admiration of those he knew.

His passions in life were his family, friends, Chinese music, food (specifically seafood), reading his newspapers, watching news, basketball and playing the weekly lottery. He was a loving grandfather whose eyes lit up in the presence of his grandchildren. His actions spoke louder than words ever could. Fond memories of such actions included his keenness to neatness and tidiness. Every weekend, we watched him meticulously sweeping with his trusty wicker broom, a simple act that spoke about his dedication to his home and family. He was a tea connoisseur who loved sharing tea with his family. Watching him carefully place each cup down for anybody that would partake, washing each one with a pot of ‘throw away’ tea before brewing a fresh pot to share. Every step of his process demonstrates his passion, attention to detail and caring nature. Most of all, we’ll fondly remember his unwavering commitment to picking up his loved ones from school, regardless of the reason; be it a headache, stomachache or even an imagined ailment. His quiet strength, love and kindness will forever be etched in our hearts.

Not only was he a loving family man but also a respected member of his community. His warm heart and willingness to lend a hand touched the lives of many. His generosity knew no bounds. Whether through acts of charity, community involvement or simply being a friend to those in need, he made the world a better place.

His departure leaves a void in the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing him. His memory will live on through the love he shared and the positive impact he had on so many lives. Though he may be physically gone, he will remain in our hearts, in the lives of his family and friends.

He will be greatly missed by his loving family of in-laws (Susana, Joanne, Kieu, Betty, Andrew and David), grandchildren (Karen (Mike), Michael (Leela), Sabrina, Ryan, Kevin, Kayla and Derek) and great grandchildren (Elyse, Naomi, Aiden and Evan).

On dad’s behalf, the family would like to thank everyone for their prayers and condolences. In addition, we’d like to thank Markham Stouffville Hospital and their staff for their care and attention during his stay.

In lieu of flowers, financial contributions can be made via contribution envelopes available at the service or donations directly to the PSP Society of Canada.


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Alex Zhao 

Entered September 5, 2023 from Markham


Michael and Mai Chong (Friend of Ken Trieu)

Entered September 5, 2023

We are saddened to learn of the passing of the late Hong Doan Trieu. Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. 🙏🏻.

MyLan Tram and Keith Blair 

Entered September 7, 2023

Winnie, our deepest sincere condolences to you and the family.

Paul & Kelly Ly (Family of Joanne)

Entered September 7, 2023 from Winnipeg, Manitoba

We are saddened to learn about the passing of the late Hong Doan Trieu
Our deepest condolences to you and your family

Huynh Thi Nghiem & Chau Hoa Ton (Family of Joanne)

Entered September 7, 2023 from Saigon, Vietnam

Gia đình tôi xin trân trọng chia buồn cùng gia đình chị Xui và các cháu


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