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7979 W.Warm Springs Rd., Las Vegas, NV

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Wilson Kuang Chiang

20 décembre , 194010 janvier , 2020
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Wilson Kuang Chiang was known as many things to many people. He was a loved one, a friend, and someone special. To family and friends who knew him best, Wilson will be remembered as a very exceptional person.

Wilson was born on December 20, 1940 at Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong. He was the son of Chi Kong Chiang, Tong Ngan and Liang Zhen. Wilson grew up in Guandong Province, China.

Wilson was raised with two sisters and one brother. He had sisters Yee Gin Chiang, Kuang Quan Chiang and brother Gin Lin Chiang. Wilson was usually involved in all sorts of activities with his siblings. He and his siblings experienced rivalries typical of a growing family, but they shared many life experiences over the years.

A typical teenager, Wilson had a fairly happy high school experience, making that critical transition from adolescence to adulthood. He graduated from Fai Yun High School, the #1 High School in the Province in 1962. He enjoyed some classes more than others, having favorite subjects and teachers. His favorite class in high school was poetry.

Always considered a “good” friend to those he knew, Wilson enjoyed a broad group of acquaintances and several very close friends during his lifetime. While growing up, his best friend was Wai Fan Zhang.

Empathic and loyal, Wilson was committed to making his new family happy. He married his wife, Yin Ping Tsang in March of 1962 in Guangdong Province, China.

Wilson worked hard to be a good father to his children and he did his best to fulfill their needs. Wilson was blessed with four children, Nancy Chiang, Phillip Chiang, Harry Chiang and Brian Chiang. Another blessing for Wilson was the gift of eight grandchildren, Magie, Bonnie, Kenny, Jason, Andy, Jenika, Brenda and Benjamin.

Fortunately, Wilson enjoyed what he did for a living. Showing a strong work ethic, Wilson worked diligently and did his best to succeed in his career. His primary occupation was a Master Dim Sum Chef - he was the first Dim Sum Chef in Las Vegas. He was employed for 30 years in various restaurants. Wilson always sought to be a team player, doing what was necessary in order to get the job done.

Wilson enjoyed his leisure time by taking part in various hobbies. His favorite pursuits were making barbeque pork buns, building battery powered bikes, flying his drone, traveling, singing karaoke and taking care of his grandchildren. He was content to enjoy his favorite pastimes alone but was also willing to share his interests with others.

Wilson found pleasure in sports. In high school, Wilson participated in gymnastics. Wilson was also something of a sports fan and enjoyed following his favorite events whenever he had the chance to do so.

Wilson enjoyed traveling and time away on vacations. It was a chance for him to renew and relax, to visit new places and experience new things. Favorite vacations included going back home to Guangdong, China every year for three months.

When Wilson’s retirement finally arrived in Wilson retired at the age of 62, he was well prepared. In retirement, he found new pleasure in cooking dim sum for his family, building bikes, flying drones, singing karaoke and taking care of his grandchildren. Even in retirement, Wilson continued to stay in touch with his old friends while making plenty of new acquaintances. Wilson was active in his new community and felt fulfilled with the opportunities retirement offered him.

Wilson passed away on January 10, 2020 at Summerlin Hospital. He died unexpectedly, surrounded by his family. He is survived by his wife, Yin Ping; children: Nancy, Phillip, Harry, Biran and grandchildren: Magie, Bonnie, Kenny, Jason, Andy, Jenika, Brenda and Benjamin along with his siblings: Yee Gin, Gin Lin and Kuang Quan. Services were held at Palm Southwest Mortuary, Las Vegas, led by the Nevada Buddhist Association - Lotus Flower Temple. Wilson was laid to rest in Palm Valley View Cemetery, Las Vegas.

Simply stated, Wilson was a good and kind person, an individual who will for all time be remembered by his family and friends as being a caring and giving person, someone who was a vital part of their lives. Wilson leaves behind him a legacy of life-long friendships and many cherished memories. Everyone whose life he touched will always remember Wilson Kuang Chiang.

  • FAMILLE

  • Chi Kong Chiang, Father (deceased)
  • Tong Ngan, Mother (deceased)
  • Liang Zhen, Mother (deceased)
  • Yin Ping Chiang, Wife
  • Nancy Chiang (Thanh To), Daughter
  • Phillip Chiang (Ping Chiang), Grandson
  • Harry Chiang (Jian Chiang), Son
  • Brian Chiang (Sonia Chiang), Grandson
  • Kenny To (Luckii Guo), Grandson
  • Magie Chiang, Granddaughter
  • Bonnie Chiang (Christobal Esparza), Granddaughter
  • Jason Chiang, Grandson
  • Andy Chiang, Grandson
  • Jenika Chiang, Granddaughter
  • Brenda Chiang, Granddaughter
  • Benjamin Chiang, Grandson
  • Yee Gin Chiang (Xu Bo), Sister
  • Kuang Quan Chiang (Yao Lai Fun), Brother
  • Gin Lin Chiang (Lai Bic Chi), Sister
  • PORTEURS

  • Cristobal Esparza
  • Matthew Segundo
  • Kenny To
  • Thanh To
  • Andy Chiang
  • Jason Chiang
  • Benjamin Chiang
  • Ricky Xu

Services

  • Visitation samedi, 18 janvier , 2020
  • Prayer Service samedi, 18 janvier , 2020
  • Funeral Service samedi, 18 janvier , 2020
  • Graveside Service samedi, 18 janvier , 2020

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      Wilson Kuang Chiang was known as many things to many people. He was a loved one, a friend, and someone special. To family and friends who knew him best, Wilson will be remembered as a very exceptional person.

Wilson was born on December 20, 1940 at Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong. He was the son of Chi Kong Chiang, Tong Ngan and Liang Zhen. Wilson grew up in Guandong Province, China.

Wilson was raised with two sisters and one brother. He had sisters Yee Gin Chiang, Kuang Quan Chiang and brother Gin Lin Chiang. Wilson was usually involved in all sorts of activities with his siblings. He and his siblings experienced rivalries typical of a growing family, but they shared many life experiences over the years.

A typical teenager, Wilson had a fairly happy high school experience, making that critical transition from adolescence to adulthood. He graduated from Fai Yun High School, the #1 High School in the Province in 1962. He enjoyed some classes more than others, having favorite subjects and teachers. His favorite class in high school was poetry.

Always considered a “good” friend to those he knew, Wilson enjoyed a broad group of acquaintances and several very close friends during his lifetime. While growing up, his best friend was Wai Fan Zhang.

Empathic and loyal, Wilson was committed to making his new family happy. He married his wife, Yin Ping Tsang in March of 1962 in Guangdong Province, China.

Wilson worked hard to be a good father to his children and he did his best to fulfill their needs. Wilson was blessed with four children, Nancy Chiang, Phillip Chiang, Harry Chiang and Brian Chiang. Another blessing for Wilson was the gift of eight grandchildren, Magie, Bonnie, Kenny, Jason, Andy, Jenika, Brenda and Benjamin.

Fortunately, Wilson enjoyed what he did for a living. Showing a strong work ethic, Wilson worked diligently and did his best to succeed in his career. His primary occupation was a Master Dim Sum Chef - he was the first Dim Sum Chef in Las Vegas. He was employed for 30 years in various restaurants. Wilson always sought to be a team player, doing what was necessary in order to get the job done.

Wilson enjoyed his leisure time by taking part in various hobbies. His favorite pursuits were making barbeque pork buns, building battery powered bikes, flying his drone, traveling, singing karaoke and taking care of his grandchildren. He was content to enjoy his favorite pastimes alone but was also willing to share his interests with others.

Wilson found pleasure in sports. In high school, Wilson participated in gymnastics. Wilson was also something of a sports fan and enjoyed following his favorite events whenever he had the chance to do so.

Wilson enjoyed traveling and time away on vacations. It was a chance for him to renew and relax, to visit new places and experience new things. Favorite vacations included going back home to Guangdong, China every year for three months.

When Wilson’s retirement finally arrived in Wilson retired at the age of 62, he was well prepared. In retirement, he found new pleasure in cooking dim sum for his family, building bikes, flying drones, singing karaoke and taking care of his grandchildren. Even in retirement, Wilson continued to stay in touch with his old friends while making plenty of new acquaintances. Wilson was active in his new community and felt fulfilled with the opportunities retirement offered him.

Wilson passed away on January 10, 2020 at Summerlin Hospital. He died unexpectedly, surrounded by his family. He is survived by his wife, Yin Ping; children: Nancy, Phillip, Harry, Biran and grandchildren: Magie, Bonnie, Kenny, Jason, Andy, Jenika, Brenda and Benjamin along with his siblings: Yee Gin, Gin Lin and Kuang Quan. Services were held at Palm Southwest Mortuary, Las Vegas, led by the Nevada Buddhist Association - Lotus Flower Temple. Wilson was laid to rest in Palm Valley View Cemetery, Las Vegas.

Simply stated, Wilson was a good and kind person, an individual who will for all time be remembered by his family and friends as being a caring and giving person, someone who was a vital part of their lives. Wilson leaves behind him a legacy of life-long friendships and many cherished memories. Everyone whose life he touched will always remember Wilson Kuang Chiang.