In memory of

黃俠政先生 Xia Zheng Huang

August 20, 1933 -  November 9, 2022

It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Xia Zheng Huang on Wednesday November 9, 2022 at his home in Toronto at the age of 89. Predeceased by his loving wife Xing Su Huang of 60 years and son Yi Zhuo Huang. Loving father of Yi Ling, Yi Mei (Tsao Yao Lin), Yi Jie (Xiukun Xu), and Yi Xue (Wing Wong) and father-in-law to Zhenyu Zhang. Cherished grandfather and great-grandfather to many. Xia Zheng was a dedicated family man who treasured his many children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephew and nieces. He will be deeply missed by his extended family and friends.

Born in Guangdong, China where he and his late wife wed and raised 5 children. He supported his family by working many jobs with a wide range of professions, including military lead and principal. Immigrated to Canada with his wife and daughter in 1988 and continued to support his family overseas. He was incredibly knowledgeable, had amazing memory, and a wonderful sense of humour. He loved trying new restaurants and watching martial arts movies.

Please take a moment to share memories or messages of condolence with Xia Zheng’s family in the guestbook.


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Geoffrey Wong (Grand Son)

Entered November 13, 2022 from Richmondhill

He was a very loving Grandfather, always asked me if i wanted food, gave me knowledge even though i have brain trauma they always tried to guide me. R.I.P Gong Gong

Simon Lin (Grandson)

Entered November 13, 2022 from Toronto, Ontario

Rest In Peace Gung Gung. I hope you and Poh Poh are reunited now. You taught me a lot, from taking the TTC to being logical in life. Thank you for everything that you’ve done for me.

Adrian Lin (Great Grandson)

Entered November 13, 2022 from Toronto

Hi Bak Gung you and Bak Bak see each other in paradise. I will try my best to eat as fast as I can even do we don’t get to race anymore. I love you and Bak Bak so much and will miss you so much.

Shirley Lin (Granddaughter)

Entered November 13, 2022 from Toronto

Gung Gung,
Thank you for taking care of us. Thank you for always putting our interest first. Thank you for teaching us values and morals. Thank you for showing us how to have healthy relationships. Thank you for always telling joke. Most importantly, thank you for being the best Gung Gung.

Julie L (Grand daughter)

Entered November 13, 2022 from Toronto

Thank you gong gong for teaching us so much when we were growing up. From making sure we knew how to take our TTC routes, to writing letters in Chinese, to doing math on the abacus. You were always calm, knowledgeable, and full of intriguing stories. You will be missed by all of us. Hope you are with poh poh now.


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