Thompson Funeral Home

530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora, ON


Lisa Nicola Chong

March 12, 1961October 14, 2019

Lisa Nicola Chong, age 58, of Keswick, Ontario passed away on Monday October 14, 2019.

A memorial service for Lisa will be held on Friday, October 18, 2019 at 2:00 PM at Thompson Funeral Home, 530 Industrial Parkway South, Aurora, ON L4G 6W8.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Lisa's memory may be made to Margaret Bahen Hospice, 653 Queen Street, Newmarket, Ontario CA, www.myhospice.ca.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ThompsonFH-Aurora.com for the Chong family.


  • Memorial Service Friday, October 18, 2019


Lisa Nicola Chong

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Deborah Kesheshian

October 19, 2019

It was an honour to care for Lisa at Margaret Bahen Hospice. On behalf of the entire MB Hospice family, please accept our deepest sympathies.

Jenni & Pat Morris

October 18, 2019

A generous heart, always smiling, positive attitude and an amazing inspiration in every way. Lisa, you will be missed for so many reasons but the fond memories will carry your loved ones through the years. You have now made your last trip to a well deserved eternal rest but we doubt you’ll be resting because you’ll be busy baking - one of your many gifts - our favourites...cheesecake and Easter bun...delicious as you were...simply delicious Lisa you were our own Wonder Woman - strong & vital. Forever in our hearts💕

Susie & Chris Clough

October 16, 2019

Sweet Lisa....what an inspirational soul!...Chris and I were priveledged to have known you!...Gone but never to be forgotten!.....We will cherish your cassava pone recipe and will fondly remember you whenever we make it!....May your sweet soul rest in eternal peace now!
Susie & Chris Clough

Jean Lue

October 16, 2019

Lisa, Lisa, our little niece with the biggest heart full of love at all times and the greatest fighter to the end. The memories we have of
you are so many happy ones and they are engraved in our hearts.
We will surely miss you but will never forget you. We know you are
going to a wonderful place where you will join Mama & Papa again
and the party starts all over.
May you find eternal happiness and know that we will love and remember you always.
Aunt Jean & Uncle Phil

Steven Kalczynski

October 16, 2019

Lisa was full of life and love and those that knew her enjoyed her passion for travel. She would always greet you with a hug which showed her love for those she knew. Through all her Illnesses, Lisa always maintained a positive attitude. We could learn a lot from the way she lived her life. God bless.