Kai-Sheung Kwan, of Unionville, Ontario, passed away peacefully at home on September 29, 2020, at the age of 95, surrounded by his family.
Kai-Sheung was born on February 2, 1926 in Canton, China. He married Lin Sun, the love of his life in 1950. They moved to Hong Kong in 1956 and had a retail business while building the family. Kai-Sheung and Lin have four daughters and a son. In 1980, they retired and moved to Canada and had a peaceful life with the children. Kai-Sheung has five children, ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Kai-Sheung was known for his love for good food and fine wines. He cherished family occasions and the feasts served during these events. Kai-Sheung loved all his children and grandchildren dearly. Every visit of the children, grandchildren or just pictures of his baby great-grandchildren would always put a big smile on his face. Kai-Sheung was also a respectful big brother to his own siblings and a kind uncle to his nieces and nephews.
In his final years, Kai-Sheung spent most of his time at home under the care of his family. He also regularly attended Yee Hong Markham Adult Day Program where he had many hours of enjoyable activities and was well taken care of by their friendly staff and volunteers.
Kai-Sheung is survived by his wife Lin, son Alex and wife Jennifer Lam; daughters Winnie and husband Winston Sun; Ivy and husband Wai Ming Ho; Susan and husband Lee Sang Chang; Cathy and husband Nelson Lam; as well as 10 grandchildren Ethan Kwan, Kenny Sun, Tony Sun, Karl Ho, Ivan Ho and wife Krystal Chan, Willis Ho and wife Elaine Leung, Richie Ho, Kevin Chang, Wilfred Chang, Vivian Chang and husband Chris Yu, and 4 great-grandchildren, Jayson Ho, Nicholas Ho, Bruce Ho, and Jayden Yu.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to 'Yee Hong Community Wellness Foundation'.
Donations can be dropped off at the service or
"In Memory of Mr. Kai-Sheung Kwan"
Yee Hong Foundation, 60 Scottfield Drive, Scarborough, Ontario, M1S 5T7.
For online donations, please go to https://www.yeehong.com/donation-form/. “Purpose” selection should be changed to “In Memory of”. Click on the “Tribute Gift” checkbox. Fill in the name "Kai-Sheung Kwan"