Dear Uncle, Angie, Jimmy and Margie,
We are so sorry for your loss. My heart breaks knowing that Auntie Grace is gone but she will forever be in my heart and I will forever treasure my memories of her.
I will never forget her warmth and the light that radiated from her every time we saw her. I remember her generosity and the way she took care of everyone. I was 7 when our parents brought us to the U.S. and left me and Ted with Auntie and Uncle for a year. It could have been a pretty traumatic year, living in a new country, with people we didn't know and speaking a new language but all I have are fond memories of that year. Auntie was a mom to us and I am so grateful that I was able to spend a year of my life with her.
There has been a lot of tears shed in our house this week. We will all miss her so much. We are thinking of you all during this difficult time.
Wendy, Derek, Lola and Violette
Dear Uncle Kun Twu, Margie, Angie, and Jimmy, we are sad to hear of Aunt Sachi's passing. Her warmth and exuberance for life overflowed to those around her. To remember her is to remember all of the goodness of human nature and family. Even in her final years battling cancer, she always had a smile on her face and a way of brightening up the moment. Our thoughts and prayers goes out to you and your families and we remember her life.
Sanders, Jackie, and Alaina
Margie and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Dear Uncle, Margie, Angie, and Jimmy,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Your mother was 'mom' to many of us, including me during my years in St. Louis. Like most, I remember her amazing energy, her generosity, and her warmth. I have so many memories with her, from family reunions as a child, to constantly being fed whenever I came over for a visit, to her being the only person at the party that could make Audrey stop crying when she was a baby. Your mother was a beautiful person, and she touched so many people's lives. During this time of remembrance and sadness, I hope that it gives you comfort to know how many brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, and friends loved her as much as she loved us.
Eugene, Kim, Audrey and Charlotte Yen
Dear Margie -
I am keeping you and your family close in caring thoughts and prayers; that your hearts will be comforted, your spirits uplifted and that fond memories will fill each of you and crowd out the sorrow that weighs heavy at this time. Our parents have the most profound impact on who we become, so for your mom [and dad]; "job well done"!! Cherish the memories. My deepest sympathy.