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September 19, 2018

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January 1, 2018
Condolences to the family of Mr. Wong. He was an influential teacher at St. Edmond's Academy. To this day, I recall every aspect of his class project to assemble homemade barometers from Petri dishes and the lessons learned from that experiment. Quiet, unflappable, and smart, Mr. Wong always commanded the respect of his students. He was a remarkable man.
December 5, 2017
My deepest condolences to Mary & family, we up here in Canada are sad to hear the news. To a great, gentle , honest man.

Story teller Tony......I loved hearing those earlier years in Jamaica.

Matt Moo-Young
December 3, 2017
Tony was my dear Uncle and we are all Wong's Family. We met in Toronto.
Was planning to meet in October this year but unfortunate to hear the news and we miss you.
Take care Mary and condolences to your family and hope to meet in the near future.
From Teresa and family in Hong Kong
December 2, 2017
Living next door to the Wong family in Pennrock was always an adventure! I remember the cold winter days that Tony would create an ice rink in front of his house (at the dead end), the huge smile, and the welcoming manner that he always displayed. I am sad to learn of his death, but glad to have known him.