Man Chung Tam believed in punctuality. Even for the most casual gathering, if the invitation stated that the start time was 7:00, that is when he would aim to show up. He insisted on doing things on time - or better yet, early. But he set off for the afterlife much too early.
It is with great sadness that we announce that Man Chung Tam passed away in his 73rd year. He passed away peacefully - at home, as he wished, with his family by his side.
He will be fondly remembered for - among many things - his generosity towards his loved ones; impressing upon his daughters, nieces, and nephews the importance of managing their money wisely; and being the Tam family's historian. He will be deeply missed by his wife Ginny, daughters Emily and Carolyn (Victor), grandson Aidan, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and friends.
We take comfort in his reassurances that he was satisfied with the life he lived, that he had no regrets. If the Business News Network and books about Chinese history exist in the afterlife, we are certain that his time will be happily occupied.
Memorial donations to a charity that is meaningful to you will be much appreciated.