In memory of

Margaret Shue Fong Young 蘇雪芳

November 26, 1925 -  December 12, 2021

It is with great sorrow that we announce that Margaret 蘇雪芳 passed away on December 12, 2021 at the age of 96. She is reunited with her late husband Bill and her son Tony.

Beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, she will be greatly missed. Margaret immigrated from Hong Kong to Toronto in the 1970s not knowing a word of English. She worked hard and made a life for herself in Toronto. Despite her small stature, Margaret had a big personality and could get anything done.

She is survived by her daughter Rita and her son Andy, as well as several grandchildren and great grandchildren.

If desired, donations can be made in her memory to the Yee Hong Centre for Geriatrics, where Margaret was taken care of for the past 10 years, or to the Alzheimer's Association of Canada.


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健辉 (kin fai) (女婿)

Entered December 15, 2021

Mom, your love and kindness towards me will always be remembered dearly in my heart. Though you will be missed by all of us, but we know that you are now with God, the almighty, enjoying the eternal life and joining your husband and Tony in heaven. Rest In Peace

Queenie Chong (Friend)

Entered December 15, 2021 from Toronto

Rita’s Mom: I am Ngan Chee, you always get me mixed up with my sister, Ngan Ting.
I remember you as the young busy mother in Hong Kong Shanghai Street apt.
Later I have stayed at your house at Kingston Road, Toronto. Now you are united with
Rita’s dad and Tony. You have led a long, productive life. May God hold you in the hollow of his hand.

Grace Young (Granddaughter)

Entered December 16, 2021 from Windsor, UK

Dear Grandma Margaret, thank you for always thinking of me, my sister, and my cousins when we were younger. One of my fondest memories I have of you is you and Grandpa Bill in the tiny kitchen of your apartment, cooking up a storm for all six of us grandkids to enjoy. In that simple gesture, you showcased how much you loved all of us, and always put us first before all else. While we were all crammed up shoulder to shoulder in that place, it felt like home. Thank you for your kindness and generosity, and for being my grandmother. I love you, and you will always be in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Grace.


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