Danny Ging Wong

August 15, 1956February 9, 2019

Danny Ging Wong was born on August 15, 1956 and passed away on February 9, 2019.


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Danny Ging Wong

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Kirby Ho

February 17, 2019

Wow, Ditto! You captured & articulated all my thoughts so well above (Richard Pontius - 2/23/2019).

My deepest sympathies to Aylene & all of Dannyโ€™s family and friends.
Please know my heart & thoughts are with you at this time.

Danny was always a fun person. From Mills high school to CalPoly to Skiing Mtbiking travels to Sierras Mtclimbing school Yosemite to shopping spec-ing, selling us or buying his cars or toys guns watches leather furniture hifi equipt cameras PCs ElectroStatic speakers gizmos,... He was honest respectable ... objective inquisitive amused - always a fun guy to be around. I will miss that option.

Danny was a good man. A Very good engineer... Solid, reliable guy & friend, and just a great person, whom we shall all miss,... but were all fortunate to have crossed paths with in our lives. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

May you Rest in Peace Danny. โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

Richard Pontius

February 13, 2019

Aylene - we are all so deeply saddened by your loss. Our loss. Danny was a great human being. A loving husband and loving father. Family meant everything to him.
Having had the pleasure of working with him over the past 13 years and becoming friends will be cherished. He was a talented engineer and I will deeply miss working with him. The world has dimmed a bit. Those who knew him trusted him, respected him and enjoyed his life zest. We enjoyed our last conversation talking about his new passion, the R/C Helicopters. He was very excited about this new found hobby. It is such a tragedy when awesome people like him are taken all too soon. Words hardly define what we feel at the loss. Know that the dark clouds around the office only partly reflect the deep sorrow we all feel.
I will miss you my friend. Our time too short. Too many things to still accomplish. My heart aches as the reality settles in. Be in peace with your loving wife. We will be here for Aylene if ever she needs.