Mrs. Wendy Pui-Kuen Chee

December 4, 1957July 28, 2020
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Wendy Pui Kuen Chee, went home to be with Jesus on July 28, 2020. He was with her till the very end, and now is in the best place of all - heaven.

She was born in Hong Kong SAR, China and spent her years there until she was a young adult. She loved to travel so she would work to save money and then get to be a tour guide for a few months. She’s been to Asia, Western Europe, North, and Central America.

She met her husband, Joseph, through her oldest sister while visiting Vancouver, Canada in 1981, dated him for a few months, and decided to get married! They married on Sept 15 1982, and had 37 wonderful years of marriage.

She is survived by her husband, Joseph Ching Yee Chee; daughter, Kerry; son, Jason, and his wife, Grace; daughter, Sharon, and her boyfriend, Henry; and her beloved family dog, Bailey.

She is also survived by her mother, Yin Leung; her older sister, Maza Tung, and her husband Philip Tung; her older sister, Wai Fong Leung, and her husband, Yuen Lee; her younger brother, Joe Leung, and his wife Helen Lei; her younger sister, Joanne Hiew, and her husband, Raymond Hiew, and 9 nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her father, Cheung Kee Leung.

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6 August


7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Forest Lawn Funeral Home

3789 Royal Oak Ave
Burnaby, BC V5G3M1

7 August

Funeral Service

10:00 am

Forest Lawn Funeral Home

3789 Royal Oak Ave
Burnaby, BC V5G3M1

Private service by invitation only.


Mrs. Wendy Pui-Kuen Chee

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marlene smith

August 5, 2020

I remember when Joe and Wendy lived in Victoria. We would always go to Vancouver having lots of fun shopping. I remember one time we were running late and was going to miss the ferry, I prayed that God would let us on and Wendy was praying with me. We ended up being the last one on the ferry, we were so happy and laughing. I remember talking to Wendy about God and she would listen to everything I had to say, we became close friends after that. I remember when Joe and Wendy moved to Vancouver we would go to dim sum all the time. The day when Wendy gave birth to Kerry I remember seeing her and thinking how cute she was. After that she got pregnant 2 more times with Jason, and Sharon. I thought 3 babies so cute! I'm proud to have had Wendy as my sister in-law she was an amazing person and I look forward to seeing her in Heaven and we can laugh, and praise God together for all Eternity.

Michelle Tung

August 1, 2020

Aunt Wendy was an amazing mother, wife, daughter, sister, and aunt. She always made sure her family (Joe, Kerry, Jason, Sharon and Bailey) were happy. I remember her driving her kids everywhere (school, art classes, bus stop, etc). When Bailey came home from a walk, Aunt Wendy would wipe his paws to make sure he didn’t track mud into the house. When Aunt Wendy used to take care of me, I had a fascination with toilets. I remember flushing down her underwear, jewelry and I even attempted bigger items like a clock until I got caught. I don’t remember getting in trouble. She was also very forgiving. All I can say is that I’m going to miss her very much. I really hope that she is now in a better place free from pain and suffering. Rest In Peace Aunt Wendy.

Jenny Kong

July 30, 2020

Kerry, Your mom was such an incredible person. I am so sad that she is no longer with us. No words can express my grief. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.

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