In memory of

May Lai Yee Jang

January 22, 1963 -  June 20, 2019

JANG, MAY LAI-YEE (nee LEUNG) May Jang passed away peacefully at home after a battle with cancer on Thursday, June 20, 2019 at the age of 56. She was constantly surrounded by family and friends throughout her fight. May was predeceased by her father Fatt Leung. May was the best hockey mom to Edison and Brandon. She leaves behind her husband Edward Jang, mother Lai-Fong Leung, sister Yim Leung, brothers Brian and Dave Leung and sister-in-law Diane Leung. May was a caring and kind aunt to all her nieces and nephews. May had many interests including photography, binge watching tv shows all night long, tending to her pet fish, reading crime novels, online shopping and being the number 1 hockey fan to her three boys. She was a model of strength to her family and to everyone that knew her. You are welcomed to celebrate May’s life at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Centres: Visitation on Wednesday, June 26th from 5-9pm and Thursday, June 27th from 10-11am. Chapel Service, Interment and Reception on Thursday, June 27th from 11-3pm


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Jenny (Daughter in Law)

Entered June 21, 2019 from Toronto

its has been my honour to spend these last few weeks with you. i'll make sure the three boys are always well fed and stay out of trouble. xo

Diane (Sister in law)

Entered June 22, 2019 from Whitby

Words cannot describe how much May will be missed and the emptiness we feel. We all stood strong with May showing her how much we love her and giving her peace and comfort despite our tears and broken hearts.
We were blessed to have those precious few weeks with May at home where she wanted to be. I pray the love and laughter we shared with her helps us heal and lessen our sorrow.
Rest in peace May. We love you. 💔

Eddybear (Hubby)

Entered June 22, 2019

Hey Maysy, you may be gone but you are not forgotten. Your light will shine in each of the people you’ve touch. We got along so well because we were so alike. You were caring, thoughtful, understanding and most of all supportive in our relationship and our life. You will be truly missed but then I just have to look around see you in the boys, your family, your pictures, your things and then realize that I’m surrounded by your memories. I will always remember you telling me that as soon as I entered a room, your heart would go “pitter-patter”. This is not good bye, this is till we meet again. Remember we were destined for each other.

In her struggles at the end, there were so many people that went the extra mile to help us fight and make May as comfortable as possible. Each person in there own way came through for us:
Mama - she’s the one that has taken care of our family all these years, not the other way around.
Dave and Diane - you guys did everything humanly possible for me and May. The sound of comfort, reason and strength kept us going. I just can’t say enough for what Diane did for May!
Yim - the older sister, your concern for May was heartfelt. From bringing food, fans, lights etc... Anything you could think of you would do.
Brian and Jasmine - the older brother. You did what older brothers do, try to think outside the box to take care of May. May told me that you would try the hardest to “will” her to live.
Stanley - her first kid. The support you gave May was second to none. Anything and I mean anything May needed, Stanley would get without hesitation. Your strength in telling May to keep fighting is all I need to say.
Crissy - her second kid. Your daily visits to the hospital and getting me the parking pass was so helpful and thoughtful that it made our life so much easier.
Jenny 90210 - the daughter we inherited. Without you here I don’t know what we would do. You’ve been helpful (to say the least). Getting us through this crisis would not be possible if you were not here! All I need to say from me and May is “god bless you Jenny “!
Mom and Dad - they do what parents do. There concerns and worries will always be felt. I would personally like to thank them for helping with the final arrangements.
Jeffrey - my brother. His concern for May was felt by giving and supplying any medical advice that he could. Anything that May needed he would run to the store to get for her, no matter what time it was. While vacationing, he and susan would constantly call to see how she was and also give advice.
Mary - sister number 3. Without her help in running the cleaners, I would have been unable to spend as much time as I did with May. Thanks Mary, time is precious and you allowed me to have as much as I could with her.
Uncle Kenny - the older brother. He is the backbone of the cleaners. Without his help after all these years and specifically these last few months I would have to close the store. He allowed me to have the time off so that I could spend it with May.

I wish I could personally thank everybody for all the support and kind words that people have given me and May but that would take forever.

Thank you from May and her 3 boys (Brandon… Edison…. And Eddybear)!

Susan & Jeff (Sister-in-Law)

Entered June 22, 2019 from Scarborough

May...aka Uno Mas!!!

Our hearts are breaking now that we have lost one of our own. You were loved and treasured by so many people who will all be forever saddened without you in our lives. Your strength and resilience during the most difficult time in your life was a great inspiration to those who knew and loved you.

Rest tight sweet girl. You will forever be in our hearts. We love you <3 <3

Kathryn Chase (Friend)

Entered June 23, 2019 from Ajax

While we haven’t seen each other in a few years, our thoughts are with your family.

While too young to be taken, you will live on in the memories of your family and friends forever.

RIP ❤️


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