Linda Yuk Taw

July 26, 1927June 28, 2018

TAW, Linda Yuk, wife of the late Alphonse K.Taw, of Brookline passed away peacefully on June 28th. Loving and dear mother of Julie, Evelyn, Fred, Frank and their spouses. Linda is also survived by her grandchildren Jonmichael and Jennifer, Jamison, Jennifer and Jesse, Michele, Brian and Ariya, Melissa, Kelly and Natalie. A visitation for Linda will be held Monday, July 9th from 4 - 9 PM at Boston Harborside Home of J.S. Waterman & Sons-Waring-Langone, 580 Commercial St., Boston, MA 02109. A funeral service Tuesday, July 10th at 12:00 PM at the funeral home. Parking attendants on duty for both days.


  • Visitation Monday, July 9, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Linda Yuk Taw

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Mari Frauenheim

July 18, 2018

Thinking of you, Frank and your family at this sad time. I know how much you all loved and cared for her. She is at peace now and God has her in His hand!
With prayers to all, Sincerely, Mari ( Laser Center at MGH )

Sandy Tsao

July 9, 2018

To the Taw Family,
I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. The great love and care that you shared with her was very rare and special. It was such a privilege and joy to know her. Please know that she is in my thoughts and prayers.
Dr. Sandy Tsao

Paul MacAuley

July 9, 2018

Dear Julie, Evelyn, Fred and Frank,
I am so sorry to learn of the loss of your mother. I started going to the Golden Temple when I was in high school in the 1960s and became friends with your wonderful family. On many of my visits, members of your family would sit with me and keep me company. I particularly enjoyed many meaningful conversations I had with Evelyn and Fred. I recall with fondness your father stopping by my table to tease me about something, he had a wonderful dry sense of humor. Shortly, your mother would come by and say "hello" in her quiet and soft voice, making sure all was well with me. I haven't been to the Golden Temple in quite awhile because of a long running illness. The teenage boy from Belmont (now Winchester) has morphed into an old man. I will forever remember the kindness of your parents and all of you. I am thinking of you in this time of great sorrow.
With deep sorrow,
Paul MacAuley