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Yu-Hsin Lai

27 novembre , 199014 octobre , 2019
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Yu-Hsin Lai est né(e) le 27 novembre , 1990 et est décédée le14 octobre , 2019 à Naperville, Illinois.

Services

  • Visitation vendredi, 18 octobre , 2019
  • Funeral Service vendredi, 18 octobre , 2019
  • Graveside Service vendredi, 18 octobre , 2019

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Lena in High School

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Taiwan

Biographie

      If there was ever a person who wanted to heal all the wrongs in the world, it was Yu-Hsin Lai. She was an idealist who sought to bring harmony to those around her. Even though Yu-Hsin was enthusiastic and generous, it was sometimes difficult for her to boast about her accomplishments. Yu-Hsin had strong personal convictions, making it hard for her to relinquish those ideals she held dearest to herself. Despite her outer strengths and beliefs, Yu-Hsin sometimes struggled in her efforts to see the world as completely positive. Yu-Hsin's life motto was always to hope for the best and work hard towards that end, but be prepared for some of life's disappointments. This philosophy was a continual driving force in her life, but it did not extinguish the bright light that defined the dreamer in Yu-Hsin, something that was always there and that she readily shared with everyone around her.

       Her parents were Sheng-pin Lai and Su-Hsing Chen. Yu-Hsin was raised in Taichung city, Taiwan and Naperville, Illinois. As a youngster, Yu-Hsin demonstrated an excellent vocabulary and command of language. She was a compassionate person, a quality that she would carry with her throughout her life. Even at a young age, Yu-Hsin was sensitive to her parents’ moods and worked hard to please them and live up to their expectations.

      Throughout her life, Yu-Hsin showed a remarkable ability to mend relationships. This was true even with her siblings. Yu-Hsin was caring, diplomatic and tolerant of the feelings of those around her. Yu-Hsin was raised with 3 siblings. She had one younger sister, Ginger, and two younger brothers, Kevin and Winston. Yu-Hsin was constantly involved in activities with her brothers and sisters. Yu-Hsin and her siblings had the typical rivalries while growing up, but they cared deeply for one another.

      As a young girl, Yu-Hsin lived a childhood filled with fantasy. She was generally in pursuit of her own identity, but she was also adaptable to almost any situation she faced. In her spare time she liked reading manga. However, to Yu-Hsin, the most fun to be had was simply playing, and spending time with her many friends.

      High school was a time for Yu-Hsin to seek out knowledge. She enjoyed learning and had a natural interest in gathering information. Yu-Hsin had a flair for the poetic and was very expressive and articulate, especially when it came to her writing. Yu-Hsin took her education seriously. She graduated from Naperville North High School in 2009. She enjoyed some courses more than others, having favorite classes and teachers. Her favorite class in high school was Math.

      Yu-Hsin's love of learning carried over to her college years. She applied herself scholastically, and she developed a particular interest in the humanities. In fact, Yu-Hsin often viewed herself as a bit of a scholar when it came to her studies. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Accountant from Northern Illinois University.

      While those who did not know her well found Yu-Hsin to be somewhat reserved until they got to know her, she was an authentic and devoted friend. Yu-Hsin was a tranquil person, with an easygoing and open-minded attitude towards life. She presented a pleasant face to the outside world but concealed the pain and discomfort she felt over her own friends’ difficulties. Yu-Hsin sought to achieve harmony with everyone and possessed the ability to mend conflicts and avoid interpersonal struggles. Later in life, she became friends with Ping.

      Blessed with a strong sense of integrity, Yu-Hsin was as loyal and committed in her work as she was in the rest of her life. Yu-Hsin worked well with fellow employees and showed great cooperation in reaching common goals. Though she had a tendency to take on too many tasks, herself; Yu-Hsin showed great patience with complicated situations. She was ingenious and trusted her intuition. For Yu-Hsin, the application of logic could be optional, and while that sometimes bothered her co-workers, Yu-Hsin always seemed to be able to get the job done. She was most comfortable working on the projects and jobs that she strongly supported. Her primary occupation was accountant. She was employed for 3.5 years by Protein Tech. Yu-Hsin always tried to be a team player, doing what was necessary in order to get the job done.

      Yu-Hsin enjoyed her leisure time by taking part in various hobbies. Her favorite pursuits were watching Youtube videos, reading manga. Yu-Hsin was content to enjoy her hobbies alone but she was also willing to share her interests with others.

      Yu-Hsin enjoyed traveling and going away on vacations. Taking trips provided the chance for her to kick back and relax, to visit new places and see new things. Favorite vacations included Taiwan, Japan.

      Yu-Hsin passed away on October 14, 2019 at Edward Hospital, Illinois. Yu-Hsin was struck by a pick-up truck on her way home. Due to severe damage of her brain, she's unable to recover. Yu-Hsin was laid to rest in Chapel Hill Gardens West Cemetery.

      Yu-Hsin Lai was someone who was able to see the world as a good and honorable place. She viewed the people who inhabited it as essentially good. A person who tended to see the world in terms of black and white, Yu-Hsin tried to focus on the good she saw, knowing that there were times she would have to compromise. She was selfless and deeply committed to all things positive and good. Yu-Hsin was a person who would keep her eye on tomorrow and constantly held onto her dreams. She was capable of being mystical at times, and she could be the seer or shaman of a group. It was this exceptional insight and quiet reserve that that became Yu-Hsin's trademark qualities for all who knew her, and it was one of the many reasons why all who knew her loved Yu-Hsin Lai.