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Ba Van Nguyen

Webster, Texas

Apr 20, 1957 – Mar 30, 2016


April 20, 1957
March 30, 2016
Webster, Texas


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Forest Park East Funeral Home Obituary

Ba Van Nguyen passed away on Friday, March 25, 2016. Ba was a proud member of the Vietnamese Martyr Church where he was a devoted Catholic. Ba was incredibly hardworking, selfless, intelligent, funny, and caring. He worked through hard times in order to provide for his family. He never...

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Life has been so busy and hectic without you. I didn't have a chance to tell you that you have a grandson now! No, don't freak out! I didn't have a baby; he's Kim's baby. Haha. His name is Austin. When he was born, he looked so much like you because of his nose. You would have loved him. He's a cutie but he's really needy. I wish he had a chance to get to know you. When he's old enough, I'm sure Zoey and Hailey will tell him all about you and how silly and loving you were. They were over the...

It's been a year since I last saw you. I miss you so much and I think about you all the time. I used to always worry about you- how you are, where you are, and if you're alone. But I have a feeling that you are at peace. I dream of you sometimes and you're always happy. I love you so much and I hope to see you again. Come tell mom and all of us hi in our dreams!

I love and miss you, Dad. I'm waiting to see you in my dreams again. We all really miss you. I hope you're happy and in peace. That's what I want more than anything.

Hey Dad. I miss you. I wish I could thank you for everything you've given us. You've always put us first. You and mom are the definition of true love and sacrifice. I wish I could tell you how much I love you and hug you one last time. I love and miss you so much and I hope to see you again. You will forever be my hero. I love you!

Sam and I were so sad to hear about Ba's passing. We remember Ba playing with his granddaughter in the front yard - both of them smiling and laughing. We always smiled when we saw Ba and his dog riding in his truck - they were quite a pair. Nor, will we forget Ba's smile and the joy that radiated around him whenever we spoke. Sam and I are praying for you during this difficult time and pray that God's grace brings you comfort to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in...

God Bless your family Ba Van Nguyen in this time of sorrow. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family and friends. Rest in Peace.

Susan Crider