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  • "To The Sun Family, We, The Brun Family, have enjoyed so, so..."
  • "C.C. was always a kind, happy and well respected gentleman...."
    - Bob and Irene Bellingham
  • "To C.C.'s family: C.C. was always kind, happy and well..."
  • "Mr. Sun was always a gracious and smiling host. I recall..."
    - Suzette Church
  • "My family and I have had many memorable celebrations at..."
    - Carol-Lee Sardone
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Feb 9, 1928 - Apr 16, 2013

The family is tremendously saddened to announce that C.C. Sun, their beloved husband, father, and grandfather, has peacefully passed away. Survived by his devoted wife Kay, daughter Kathleen (Stephen), son Grant (Kathy), and son Mark (Nadine). Also survived by 10 grandchildren of whom he was very proud; Elizabeth, Alexander, Kevin, and Douglas Holliday; Nicholas and Sidonie Sun; Rigel, Skylar, Triton, and Jag Sun. C.C. arrived in Canada from China in 1948 as a young man of 19. Best known for opening the Jade Palace in Chinatown and later, Capilano Heights in North Vancouver, which has endured for 41 years. C.C. was a phenomenal tennis player, talented er-hu musician, and loved his roses and peonies greatly. C.C. was well-loved, admired, and highly respected by many and will be greatly missed. His spirit, however, is now set free to be with the dragons. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later time - please contact the family at [email protected] for details. May this proud and wonderful man forever rest in peace.

Bye, Dad.