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March-26-14
Please find comfort in God's word.Psalm 90:10
March-18-14
Donald, Carolyn and Brian
I am Gerry the last of your Robinson Girls babysitters. I am so sorry for your loss. Your Dad as well as your Mom were such good people. Happy, smiling and laughing are some of the fond memories I have of your parents. They were different thinkers in their day. I can still remember the big green row boat that sat in your dinning room as a play area for you three. They also thought if you stayed up as late as they did then you would sleep in in the morning with them. This meant sometimes I fell asleep before you did. I remember your Mom wearing a bandana around her face when anyone was sick in the house to keep from spreading germs.....she was ahead of her time on that too. They were both outgoing social couple with such a love for life. I am happy to have had them in my life and share in your sadness with your Dad's passing. I am sorry that due to surgery and illness I was not able to attend the service for your Father. God bless all of you and your families. Take care.
Gerry Frampton(Robinson) Etobicoke
March-18-14
Donald, Carolyn and Brian
I am Gerry the last of your Robinson Girls babysitters. I am so sorry for your loss. Your Dad as well as your Mom were such good people. Happy, smiling and laughing are some of the fond memories I have of your parents. They were different thinkers in their day. I can still remember the big green row boat that sat in your dinning room as a play area for you three. They also thought if you stayed up as late as they did then you would sleep in in the morning with them. This meant sometimes I fell asleep before you did. I remember your Mom wearing a bandana around her face when anyone was sick in the house to keep from spreading germs.....she was ahead of her time on that too. At Christmas I got to see the wonderful silk screen Christmas art that your Dad use to make. First as it was laid out to dry all over the first floor of the house. One Christmas the picture was my cat pocking at a Christmas ornament on the tree, what a treat was that. They were an outgoing social couple with such a love for life and each other. I am happy to have had them in my life and share in your sadness with your Dad's passing. God bless.
Gerry Frampton(Robinson) Etobicoke
March-17-14
Uncle Philip shared his light and love with everyone who was fortunate to know him. His kindness, generosity, and inspiration made a difference in this world and will never be forgotten. Even though we all lived thousands of miles away, he made an effort to keep in touch and sent wonderful letters and beautiful handmade cards which will be forever cherished. We are deeply saddened by his passing and our thoughts & prayers are with the Quan family. Unfortunately, we were not able to say goodbye but he will continue to live on in our hearts. May he rest in Peace – we will honor him and Auntie Rose together, especially on this day (March 17th). Much love and blessings… xoxo, The Lee family
March-16-14
Dear Donald, Carolyn, & Brian,
When I was living in NYC, I knew that your mom, Rose (Lee) was dating a Canadian boy. How exciting it was when she did marry your dad, Phil Quan in April l958. It was a fairytale story in itself, & the Prince Phil did carry off our Princess Rose to live in Canada. (We who lived in the States had always regarded anything north of the border as God's country.)

How ironic that I, too, became smitten by a Canadian guy, & became Mrs. Henry Chu the following year. Lucky for me, as now I am living in God's country myself.

The rest is history. Your mom & dad, Rose/Phil had 3 kids & we had 4. Our lives entwined with all 7 kids attending Chinese School on Fridays after regular English school. Your mom was also the school's coordinator. The kids all belonged to the MSYG & attended many activities together, especially all the annual summer camping trips with their Youth Group leader/advisor, Peter Lee King.

When you, (Donald) had play dates with our son, I remembered you playing endlessly on the piano. I couldn't believe that I would have to put a gun to our Donald to spend l5" on the bench, but who would have known that you were a future Mozart in the making. We're happy that now you are making a lot of happy music for Lisa, your two daughters, & of course, for the world.

Happy memories are many & we truly treasure all the memorable times we spent together with your family. We want you to know that we loved your parents & regarded them with highest esteem. Our deepest condolences to you & your young families.
All our love, Henry & Mary Chu
March-15-14
Dear Quan Family

Your father will be missed.

My deepest condolences on behalf of the Chong Lee Family.
Chong Lee is Rose's father's brother.

Peace and blessings.

Henry Lee and Family
March-14-14
We are sending our condolences and
remembering Phil. May Phil rest in peace in Heaven with dear Rose.

Elaine, Henry, Tom, and the rest of the
family.
March-14-14
Philip was a great man and will be missed. Sincere condolences to his family. God Bless.
March-14-14
Brian, Donald and Lisa, our sincerest condolences for the loss of your Father. He was always so kind and welcoming to all of us. We are so sorry that we could not make it today. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
March-14-14
Carolyn, Brian and Donald my condolences for the loss of your father.
He was always very kind and welcoming to me (at least until I was on his team for Pictionary).
I will always have fond memories of him and your family.
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