Mr. Kwong Chow

March 12, 1935June 4, 2021

Kwong passed away at the Foothills Medical Centre surrounded by his family on Friday, June 4, 2021 at the age of 86 years.

He is greatly missed by his children: Lai-Wan Leung, Kuen (Candice) Chow and grandchildren: Alyssa, Kristian and Chantel.

A private family Celebration of Life will be held at Fosters Garden Chapel, 3220 – 4 Street N.W. Calgary on Saturday, June 12, 2021. For information regarding the live streaming please click on the following link Contact Foster’s Garden Chapel for the password.

If friends desire, in lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made directly to: Heart & Stroke Foundation of Alberta, at; The Kidney Foundation of Canada at or the Calgary Humane Society at


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Mr. Kwong Chow

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Martin & Babs Dias

June 15, 2021

Martin, Rox, Alison and myself would like to send our condolences to Kuen and family and Lai-Wan. I was happy to have had the opportunity to FaceTime with Kwong in mid May and we discussed the happy time he, Pat, Jill, Joanne, Shirley, Molly, Shirley, Peter, Dee, Deb, Tiffany and ourselves had in Aruba. RIP Kwong, you and Pat are together again.
Babs Dias

Peter Thurston

June 12, 2021

Kwong will be greatly missed but his spirit will live on through family and friends. Such a warm and generous soul. His adventuresome spirit and zest for life provides us with great inspiration!
Peter and Catherine Thurston

Michelle Noga

June 12, 2021

I haven't seen Uncle Kwong in many years, but I will always remember him for his kindness. My deepest condolences to Lai-Wan and Kuen and family. May the God of all grace comfort you and shepherd your souls.
Michelle Noga (Low) and family

Richard Yhap

June 12, 2021

I know Uncle Kwong and Aunt Pat are together again in Heaven. I enjoyed my two visits with my family with them and their family to Calgary in the 1990s, including surprising Uncle Kwong and Aunt Pat for their anniversary in 1992. God Bless

Stuart Chan

June 11, 2021

Uncle Kwong will be greatly missed. I will always remember him for his infectious laughter and thoughtful insights. I also remember coming to Canada from Trinidad and having him and Auntie Pat here for us.

Linda O'Hanlon

June 11, 2021

We'll miss KC's smiling face and gentle humour at our community seniors' activities. He was always a joy to be around.

Greg Chan

June 10, 2021

When our family immigrated to Canada in 1971 Uncle Kwong and Auntie Pat were very supportive in helping us settle into our new lives. We often recall their kindness and generosity.

Uncle Kwong got me my first job all those years ago at Pay n Save. Now that I am retired I know that he made a huge contribution to my working life.

He will be remembered as a gentle and caring soul.

Condolences to Lai-Wan and Kuen and family.

Martin Lee

June 9, 2021

Mr. Chow never ceased to amaze me with his enthusiasm and humor. He was always so kind and gentle with people. His soft spoken nature surprised me with his heartfelt laughter. I was reminded of our ski trip when I visited him in the hospital. He told me how scary a driver I was. I couldn't believe all the details he remembered about our ski trip more than 20 years ago. This was how much he cared about me. I told Kuen we just lost one of the greatest man we know. No one can ever come close to his impact in our loves. He is greatly missed by all of us but I know we will meet again one day.

David Smith

June 9, 2021

K.C. I consider it a privilege to have had this wonderful man cross paths with me in life. My " Fellow disciple of Galen" was an endless source of enjoyment in my life for which I am grateful. He provided a friendly ear and good advice while we were both in the practice of pharmacy. After his retirement he was a frequent visitor to the store and entertained us with anecdotes of his current adventures ranging from travel,to tennis, biking, playing harmonica with his band to discussing chord changes on the guitar and as ever the pharmacy world. My heart felt condolences to his family who will surely be missing his humor, intelligence, compassion and big heart.
Goodbye KC from all of the old Blue Bottlers

Colin Ying

June 9, 2021

Although separated by the Pacific Ocean, and communicating over the years mainly through cyberspace, we remember Kwong as a thoughtful jovial person with a continuing enthusiasm for knowledge and a wide range of interests beyond his professional occupation as a pharmacist. He loved gardening, took up carpentry, learned wood carving, engaged in painting, played the mouth organ in entertaining performances with a group of musical friends. We shall miss him, but he lives on in our memories. Colin and Anne Ying