Lau Ha Quon 關周柳霞

24 April , 192516 November , 2018
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Mrs. Lau Ha Quon 關周柳霞, age 93, of Burnaby, British Columbia passed away on Friday November 16, 2018. Lau Ha was born April 24, 1925.

A visitation for Lau Ha will be held Friday, November 30, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Glenhaven Memorial Chapel, 1835 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V5L1T3. Funeral service will be Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Burial service will be after funeral from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, 3789 Royal Oak Ave, Burnaby, BC V5G3M1.


  • Visitation Friday, 30 November , 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, 1 December , 2018
  • Committal Service Saturday, 1 December , 2018
  • Reception Saturday, 1 December , 2018

Lau Ha Quon 關周柳霞

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Jessica Mah

4 December 2018

I regret that I did not have the courage to say something at the funeral I’m sorry popo.
But know that you will forever be in my heart. You are truly an amazing women, a wonderful and loving grandmother and great grandmother. I will always remember the things you told me - to put all my efforts into being good and caring mother and to make family my priority.
I love you popo with all my heart and will miss you dearly. I know that you will be watching us from heaven Xoxoxo

Judy Szeto

3 December 2018

Mom I miss you so much!
You have raised six of us through bad times and good times!
Thankyou mom you never gave up on us and your unconditional love never dies!
Rest In Peace, mom♥️

Angela Quon

2 December 2018

I will miss her mince beef and peas on rice. It was the best! She always loved making that for her grandkids. I will always cherish the times when I would go and help her out at TD Bank. I claimed to me helping her but caused her more work instead. Hahaha. She was a loving grandma who loved all her grandkids equally. I will miss you dearly but I know that you are pain free and smiling upon us. I love you grandma.

Stephen Quon

1 December 2018

Grandma! You were the heart and sole of this family. Your kindness and selflessness was an inspiration to all the lives you’ve touched.
It will be a tough road ahead for all of us. Knowing that you at peace will help us move forward.

Adrian Chan

29 November 2018

I am very lucky to have a great grandmother; not many people will have a great grandparent in their lifetime. Many life lessons were taught by Tai Po; she does have 90+ years of experience ! It has been a feat seeing all the traditions and culture that has been passed down the generation to each daughter and son and onwards. I will miss Tai Po and all the mahjong we have played together. She was a real fighter ! Rest In Peace.

Noreen Lee

22 November 2018

My best memories of grandma was the love for all her family but MOST of all it was her SPUNKINESS. I have fond memories playing mahjong with grandma and watching her get so passionate in the game and competitive to win. Sometimes she would be dealt a bad hand and would even lose her temper and curse which made it very funny and comical. It was her FIRE and SASSINESS that made us laugh all the time. She loved going for midnight snacks at No 9 (九記) and always talked about going with Colin & I. Grandma you will be missed and I can’t Chut Chong (出銃) to you anymore but I will make sure to send you a set of mahjong so that you may find new friends to play with. Grandma, you are finally well without sickness and may now “Rest In Peace”. We will all miss you!