We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Uncle Hudson. He was a long time friend of our father, Peter Li, and our family will never forget the kindness he showed that was of great comfort to our father in his final days. We would like to offer our sympathies to Uncle's family and hope that in time, their sorrow would be lessened by the knowledge that he is now at peace and amongst friends and loved ones.
I know Hudson for more than 38 years. I enjoyed chatting with him given he's so knowledgeable and humorous. Whenever I stopped by Vancouver, he would take me out for a golf game with his friends although he did not go to golf course very often. I had the heartfelt thanks to him as he cared about us and loved us. Both Hudson and my wife, Stella, had great dialogue with one another given their relationship, personality and banking background. I learnt from Stella a lot of good things/stories about Hudson and she respects him all the time not just as her elder brother but as a mentor of her life. We missed Hudson and can't hear his jokes and laugh any more. We all remember and respect him forever and forever. May God bless him in heaven !
George and Stella
Celebrating a life so fully and colourfully lived. Your positiveness and cheerfulness will always be remembered.
To Stella & George
My condolence to you both and your family members.
To Mrs. Chong, Kevin and Daniel,
We are very sorry to hear about Mr. Chong's passing. He will always be remembered. Our deepest sympathies to you.
My deepest, heartfelt sympathies go out to you and yours. May you find peace in this time of loss.
Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.
Those we loved don't go away....Memories never fade as they will live in our hearts forever. Our heartfelt sympathy is always with you.
Paul & Agnes So
Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed, and very dear.
Sorry to read about Hudson's passing in today's Vancouver Sun. I have been thinking much about life and death in recent months as my mom was recovering from yet another medical crisis. It also occurs to me that I am getting older myself and some of my friends have already went ahead. Well, those of us who are still alive must continue to live, and hopefully continue to live well. I am sure this is what Hudson had wished for you and your family. You can add my best wishes!
Nelson M. Tsui