In memory of

吳朱新琼 Nancy Sun King Ing

August 9, 1935 -  October 21, 2019

The family of Nancy Sun King Ing sadly announces her passing at Mount Sinai Hospital on October 21, 2019 at the age of 84. Nancy was the beloved wife of the late Eddie Ing and predeceased by her son Edison Ing. Nancy will be lovingly remembered and dearly missed by her daughter Eileen Wai Ling Lam; son Gordon Ing (Vivian Tsung); daughter-in-law Kelly Ing; grandchildren: Christopher Lam, Stephen Lam, Michael Lam, Emilee Ing (Tyler Proud), Justin Ing, Michelle Ing and Mellisa Ing. Funeral service will be held at York Cemetery and Funeral Centre, 160 Beecroft Road, North York on Saturday, November 2 with visitation at 1 pm followed by ceremony at 2 pm. Interment and reception will follow. If desired, donations may be made to Mount Sinai Hospital Foundation (click on donations for link to charity.)


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Gordon, Vivian, Michelle & Mellisa (Family)

Entered October 24, 2019 from Markham

Mom, Lai Lai, Ma Ma

You have taught all of us so much and was always there for us, for that we are so thankful.

We will miss you more and more as time goes on. But we will try to comfort ourselves by remembering your giant smile and giving heart.

Strength, Loyalty, Integrity and Compassion are the values you lived your life by and we will try to do the same.

Love Always,

Gordon, Vivian, Michelle & Mellisa

Herman Yee 

Entered October 25, 2019 from Mississauga

So sorry to hear of her passing. My deepest condolences to all of your family.

Sue Kao (Family Friends)

Entered October 25, 2019 from Etobicoke

So saddened by your families loss I will always have fond memories of family get togethers hosted by your mom and dad. My deepest sympathies and condolences in the loss of a dear Mom and Grandmother.

Betty Yeung (Friend)

Entered October 25, 2019 from Toronto

Our deepest sympathy. Betty and Gus Yeung

Kenny Tsung 

Entered October 26, 2019 from Hong Kong

有人說這個世界有輪迴,它是生命和世界的因果關係。 能夠相識相遇,乃為緣份。希望姻伯母安心好走,在天之一方續享安寧!

Life Stories 

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June Wong (Friend)

Entered October 26, 2019 from Toronto

One of my oldest and fondest memories of Mrs. Ing goes way back to when her daughter, Eileen, and I were in grade 7. Eileen and I started the school year together and quickly became friends. Then a few months later Eileen's family moved away but we stayed in touch. One day Eileen and I arranged to spend a day together. Eileen and Mrs. Ing came to pick me up. Back in those days, not many Chinese moms drove. I was impressed that Mrs. Ing drove and I was touched that she would take the time to pick me up and also give me a ride home. She also invited me to stay for dinner and I remember she cooked a delicious meal.

Over these many decades I have had a number of occasions to see and chat with Mrs. Ing. My first impression of her has never changed. She was warm, kind and friendly. She was a stickler to tradition and I mean that in a good way.

The last conversation I had with Mrs. Ing was a couple of years ago when Eileen and I travelled together. Mind you we are no longer young girls in grade school but Mrs. Ing asked me to look after her daughter on our trip.

Well, Mrs. Ing, you need not worry about your daughter. She has the most caring family. Her sons will make sure their Mom is well looked after because they follow your virtues. You will be missed by many.


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