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Dimond & Shannon Mortuary

10630 Chapman Ave, Garden Grove, CA

OBITUARY

Hai Van Ngo

November 28, 1981November 30, 2019
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Hai Van Ngo was born on November 28, 1981 and passed away on November 30, 2019.

Services

  • Visitation - Thursday Thursday, December 5, 2019
  • Visitation - Friday Friday, December 6, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, December 7, 2019
  • The Rite of Committal Saturday, December 7, 2019

Memories

Hai Van Ngo

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Henry Tran

December 7, 2019

Hai I want to say thank you for always being there and being the person you are. You truly are the most amazing, unselfish, kindest, loving person I have ever met. I am thankful to share fond memories with you, that I will always cherish and never forget. I look upon our times together and smile and laugh because they will always be a part of me. You will always hold a place in my heart. I am truly blessed to have you and continue to have you in my life. Thank you as you continue to watch over all of us from above. I will see you later.

Khiem Ngo

December 7, 2019

"Hi Broski"... 2 simple words I've missed so much since god chose you to be among his Angels to look over others. Something I know you'll do very well since you've already been doing it in this physical world with pride and honor. Your heart and soul has made such an impact. With so many people admiring your patience and your want to help your friends and family regardless if it had inconvenienced you. This past month I've been honored to hear stories from your co-workers, boss, and friends of what an amazing person you were. I already knew that but to hear others talk about you with such love in their tone only confirmed it even more. Your boss described you as a 'light'. And that's what you are. You're shine has brought us together. You've kept us together and even after, you continue to bring us together. Your bond with every one has great quality. And that's what you've represented... the quality of life over quantity, unfortunately. Of course, I wish I could have had more time with you but I know that that would be too selfish of me because god has bigger plans for you. I miss you so much. But thank you for all the memories. I will keep them safe in my heart. I love you so much and that love will never fade. You are the best big brother, brother-in-law and uncle. You are the epitome of inclusiveness and Ohana (no one gets left behind). There is so much more I want to say. But you already know. No more pain. Just rest. Until we meet again broski... Peace and love (✌ and ❤)!

Liu Family

December 6, 2019

Kam Liu

December 6, 2019

One of the fondest memory of us was at our annual AZ tubing trips. July 2017, one of my happiest weekend of my life celebrating the big 40. Also, Hai and Jeannette's happiest day in welcoming their first child [Hailey].

I appreciated you guys coming out to celebrate, when baby Hailey was due any second. Although, I didn't expect your family to join us, you guys insisted to be present to celebrate with me. When it was time for you guys to leave the fun early, there was lightning and thunder and you guys drove home to get to the labor room. I thanked god you guys made it home safely and delivered your beautiful girl, Hailey.

You will forever be in my heart and I thank you for all the memories we've made over the years!

I love you, Hai!

Kam Liu

Lucy Le

December 6, 2019

Never in a million years would I have imaged I would be writing this to you, at this time in our lives. There are some people in our lives that have strength (sissy), others have spunk (lil sissy), some have class (definitely not me, but Chi Van), most of us have courage but you bro, you have so much heart. Strength and heart is what has kept all us together throughout the years. From our days at Sprint, Century Club, V2O, trips to Mexico, Arizona, Las Vegas, etc, we have created so many memories. You have truly made your mark here and have passed on your heart to your girls. No matter where life brings us, you will always be there. Thanks to you, we will always have strength and heart in all that we do. Thanks for being my bro, always and forever! Rest in peace.

Nancy Le

December 6, 2019

Hey Hai,
I want to thank you for opening your home to me every July 4th. I don’t remember when we first met, but I do remember immediately liking you from that point on. I could tell right away that you were a kind and generous guy. I’ve been friends with Tin for a while now and he’s one of the greatest friends that I have. I can tell that he learned that from you. I want to thank you for teaching him those same values. It’s just unfortunate that you can’t teach someone how to be funny.. Lol. All kidding aside, you will be missed! I’ll be sure to look out for him, so please help me watch over him too.
Rest easy,
Nancy

Jasmine, Nathan, Angel Nguyen

December 6, 2019

We wish you and your family peace and comfort and will be continuously keeping Hailey and Juliet in our prayers. Much love, - Angel
Thank you Chu Hai for always making sure I am not hungry and taking care of me whenever I stayed over to hangout or sleep over. It means a lot to me and we can't thank you enough for everything that you have done for all of us. - Jasmine
Even though I didn't get you know you as much as other people did, I always looked up to you. I'm thankful that I was able to call you my uncle. Big love for you! - Nathan

Jeannette Nguyen

December 6, 2019

My husband, the man that everyone knows as the nicest guy in the world, someone who could never say no or get angry. One of the many reasons why I married you. Our life together was cut too short. I will have to hold on tightly to all the memories that we made through the past 17 years. I will miss you dearly, more than you know. I love you, Hunnie!!! Your girls will be well taken care of by our families, our friends, and by you, in heaven. Rest in peace my love.

Kayla Ngo

December 6, 2019

I love daddy very much and I’m going to him a lot. He did everything he can to take care of me, Co net, Hailey, Juliet, and the family. I’m just really thankful that we had an amazing dad/uncle/husband/brother that loves us always. I’m going to cherish every little memory I had with him like when I was little he would always take me to Disneyland or when he makes his famous fried rice. I’m never going to forget all these memories. Rest In Peace daddy ❤️

Tommy Sam Ung

December 5, 2019

ALL IN! SHOT SHOT SHOT!
Rest in peace DB! No more pain. I believe we will drink and gamble together again in heaven. You will always be in my heart. Miss you always. Love you

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