In memory of

Ping Tak Chan

January 1, 1929 -  April 12, 2018

Passed away peacefully and surrounded by his family on Thursday April 12th in his 90th year. Beloved husband of Shun Ying Cheng for over 60 years. Cherished father of Anstey Yat Cho (Kitty Lau) and Wancer Yim Lan. Proud grandpa to Samantha and Quentin Chan, Terence Kachun and Jannifer Kayan Lo. Ping Tak will be fondly remembered by many family and friends. A special thank you to the medical team at Markham Stouffville Hospital for their excellent care.

All friends are welcome to attend his funeral for a final farewell. Please see the funeral details for further information.


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Kitty (Daughter Inlaw)

Entered April 14, 2018 from Markham


Joanne (Friend)

Entered April 14, 2018

Express my deepest remorse to your Dad!

Parshin (Best Friend)

Entered April 21, 2018 from Thornhill

My dear kitty
Accept my condolences, I'm so sorry for your loss, may he rest in peace.
I'll attend today!!


Life Stories 

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Anstey (son)

Entered April 14, 2018

Optimistic personality and frugal in nature. like to travel, like fishing, like to work, like smile ,not easy to anger. He is a traditional family man, and enjoys being with family life, never like to be alone. His Kindness and smile,
we will always remember.

Anstey (Son)

Entered April 14, 2018 from Canada

Father was retire immigration to Canada has been 25 years. He is optimistic and likes to smile. Hobby: Fishing ; Gardening and Travel. Unfortunately he was diagnosed with pneumonia on March 21, 2018. He died on April 12, 2018 aged 89. We stay with him every day and night. I observed that my dad never gave the Medical staff, PSW and family member any trouble, who never complained about any pain until the end of his life. In my mind he is a hero.

Anstey Chan (Son)

Entered April 14, 2018 from Canada

My father being optimistic and kind. He liked smile and he is an easy person to get along with. When he is healthy, he likes fishing; potting; gardening and travel. He is a person who likes to lively. This year he hoped that every single meal can be gathered together with all family members. He told me that his daily life is to earn back, he may no longer be tomorrow, so he cherishes every moment with us. When I was in the hospital. I realized that my father had never complained to anyone about his pain until the end of his life. He is definitely a hero for me, I will always love you and miss you much.


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