OBITUARY

Faye Woo

June 12, 1920December 17, 2018
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Faye Woo was born on June 12, 1920 in Cranbrook, British Columbia and passed away on December 17, 2018 in Vancouver, British Columbia.

A Visitation to take place from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm on Friday, December 28, 2018 in The Chapel of Mount Pleasant Universal Funeral Home, 306 East 11 Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Celebration of Life to take place at 10:00 am on Saturday, December 29, 2018 in The Chapel of Mount Pleasant Universal Funeral Home, 306 East 11 Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia, with Interment to follow at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, 3789 Royal Oak Avenue, Burnaby, British Columbia in the section of 'Reflection'. Donations to be made to the VGH Hospital Foundation or the Heart and Stroke Foundation in lieu of flowers.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, December 28, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, December 29, 2018
  • Interment Saturday, December 29, 2018
REMEMBERING

Faye Woo

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Eileen Moylan Woo

January 5, 2019

To Winglett, Glenn, Gale, all of Faye Woo's grandchildren and great-grandchildren and great great grandchild, as well as her many friends.

I met Mrs. Woo in 1994 along with many of her family. I will never forget that she welcomed me into her family and accepted me and loved our children, Lian and Amy. She always had a beautiful smile, and loved to laugh. There was never any doubt in my mind that she fiercely loved her family and because of that love they were never very far away. The pain of losing her can only be lessened by knowing that pain comes from loving someone so much. I will keep all of you in my heart and hope that time eases the ache in your hearts.

Much love,
Eileen

Michael Lee

December 27, 2018

My deepest condolences to you and your families.

Mrs Woo, or Mrs Woozle as I endearingly referred to her, was one of the most gentle persons I have know.

I have known Mrs Woozle for over 30 years as she is my sister Gale’s mother-in-law. She attended all our family events and will be forever missed.

Over the years we developed our own “special way” of communicating. My grasp of her local Cantonese dialect was poor. Luckily, she seemed to have a much better understanding my broken Chinglish. Most of our conversations were, her speaking to me and me mostly nodding my head in agreement. I learned early on not to disagree with her beacause if i did I had to explain to her why. And you already know about our special way of communicating.

I will miss Mrs Woozle, and I am truly blessed to have been a part of her life.

Michael

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