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Tony Poon

June 30, 1974November 29, 2020

Tony Poon was born on June 30, 1974 and passed away on November 29, 2020 and is under the care of Harden Funeral Home.

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Hon Poon

February 6, 2021

Hon Poon

February 6, 2021

Gerri George

February 6, 2021

Tony was such a kind and sweet person. I only knew him a few short weeks but he impressed me immediately. He loved to talk about spiritual things as well as workplace issues. He always tried to do his very best at his job. The world is a smaller place without him in it. He will be sorely missed.

Hon Poon

January 27, 2021

Hon Poon

January 25, 2021

Hon Poon

January 25, 2021

Hon Poon

January 25, 2021

Hon Poon

January 9, 2021

Tony saved an old lady in 2005

hon POON

January 1, 2021

From Selly Yau

太突然,太突然,我們永遠的朋友,約好了3月去美國探你,但點解你會咁快走。你由一個連26個英文字都未識的男孩,沒有父母在身邊,靠自己努力讀到PHD, 對朋友好尤其當我細佬是兄弟般,我也當你半個細佬,點解好人會咁快走,個天是否真的有眼!
Tony Poon RIP

Ling Ling POON

January 1, 2021

My dearest brother, Dee Gor,

I never expect to say goodbye to you in this way. Everything just happened so suddenly. I kept on wondering why, why you, why this time, why is it like that? It is not fair and makes no sense. I cannot say a proper goodbye to you. It still feels surreal. But reality just hit hard that I can never listen to your voice or receive any message from you. There is no choice but to accept the fact that you had left, forever.

I know you had been working exceptionally hard for any target or dream you had while sharing your care and love to the one you care about at the same time. You had taught me, in the best way, what perseverance really means and why we cannot lose hope and faith while going through the toughest time in our lives. I want you to know that we are always proud of you. It is a true blessing to have you as my brother in my life. You will always be my Dee gor and I’ll always be your little sister. I will never forget the first time I called you ah gor and held your hands. All of these can only be memories.

You had always been an inspiration to me and many people. You were always a person who radiated warmth and kindness. I am grateful for all your care and support throughout the years. You would always offer me your genuine advice on academics and personal issues no matter how far we were from each other. The life lessons you have taught me are just too many to state. You had also taught me, in the saddest way to cherish every moment with the one we love. We promise we will take good care of ourselves and our family. Please don’t worry about us.

Dee gor, you had worked hard enough, it’s time for you to take a rest. Thank you for being there for all of us. May you rest in peace.

Love,
Lingling, your little sister

《也許》 聞一多

也許你真是哭得太累,
也許,也許你要睡一睡,
那麼叫夜鷹不要咳嗽,
蛙不要號,蝙蝠不要飛。

不許陽光撥你的眼簾,
不許清風刷上你的眉,
無論誰都不能驚醒你,
撐一傘松蔭庇護你睡,

也許你聽這蚯蚓翻泥,
聽這小草的根鬚吸水,
也許你聽這般的音樂,
比那咒罵的人聲更美;

那麼你先把眼皮閉緊,
我就讓你睡,我讓你睡,
我把黃土輕輕蓋著你,
我叫紙錢兒緩緩的飛。