In memory of

汪黃玉蓮 Yuk Lin Wang

December 14, 1937 -  January 12, 2022

A beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, auntie and friend, Yuk Lin Wang passed away peacefully on January 12, 2022 at the age of 84. Born in Hong Kong, Yuk Lin met and married the love of her life, the Late Hok Tim, with whom she spent almost 62 blissful years of marriage. As a testament to her love for family, Yuk Lin is survived by her four happily-married children, Connie (Peter), Donald (Michelle), Wilson (Judy), Anna (Kelly). She loved her grandchildren, Janice (pre-deceased), Jason (Winnie), Stephanie, Amanda (Nick), Michael, Stephen (Glora), and great-grandchildren, Evie, Jax, Nico.
Yuk Lin devoted her life to her beloved husband and her health deteriorated after his passing in 2018. Nevertheless, Yuk Lin enjoyed a wonderful fulfilling life with family always at her side. She loved family gatherings (the larger the better) and Covid-19 really cramped her style! She was the fun mother who was more like the youngest family member and was blessed to be spoiled her entire life, first by her mom, dad and siblings, then by her husband and finally by her children. She was the always laughing Ah Yee and generous Kow Mo, the “super figure” who spread happiness to her large extended family all over the world.
Mommy, PoaPoa, Mama, Tai-Tai, Ah Mui/Ga-Jei (sister), Ah Yee/Kow Mo/Gooma (Auntie), we will all miss you beyond what words can say.

To keep everyone safe, the family has opted for a private funeral service. The family invites everyone to sign the website Guestbook which will be treasured.


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馬美英 (妯娌)

Entered January 15, 2022 from 多倫多




Kelvin Lau (Jason's friend)

Entered January 15, 2022 from Whitchurch-Stouffville

Sorry for your loss and our deepest condolences.

Anna Shao (Daughter (Connie) sister-in-law)

Entered January 15, 2022 from Toronto

Always remember your smiling face, miss you

Bernard and Rosalina Mui 

Entered January 15, 2022 from Markham

Our sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers are with the family. It’s a blessing and privilege to have known Mrs. Wang, who was very generous and always bringing cheer to everyone with her big happy smiles. She will be dearly missed, treasured and remembered by many and those who came to know her. Rest in peace, beloved Mrs. Wang.

Sandra & James Pau (Friends)

Entered January 15, 2022 from Thorn hill

May the dead rest in peace


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