Conrad Ignatious Ng

July 3, 1933August 4, 2018

Conrad Ignatious Ng was born on July 3, 1933 and passed away on August 4, 2018.


  • Visitation Sunday, August 12, 2018
  • Memorial Service Sunday, August 12, 2018

Conrad Ignatious Ng

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Jeanette De Souza

August 10, 2018

Fondest Memories of my Dearest Brother.
You were a brother that any sister can only dream of. Growing up with you was a pleasure, your pleasant personality, sense of humour and gentleness were what made you special. Your nieces and nephews in Canada will miss the many jokes you shared with them. We shall always treasure the wonderful memories of the years God lent you to us. Now fill Heaven with your jokes. Continue to hover over your dear Marie, children and grand children with those wonderful wings you now have. What a day it will be when we all meet at Jesus’ feet.
Rest In Peace Dear Brother
Your loving sister Jeanette

Allison Medrano

August 9, 2018

On behalf of myself, Nathan,Ashley and Me'Shell we extend our deepest condolences. Uncle Conrad was the most gentle and kind hearted person I know. I will always remember his love and generosity he showed my family when we arrived to America.
God bless everyone and may he rest in the arms of our loving father.


August 9, 2018

Our loving and dearest brother has left us,but memories of wonderful years will live on,especially those at Mckenzie City. As our eldest Brother present,he treated us with great respect , and plenty of love, kindness and attention. We shall always remember that gracious smile and jokes.I LOVE you my brother.>>>>>Always.

John Outridge

August 7, 2018

Your were my godfather before you became my brother in law. I have so many memories of you. You gave me my first haircut and took my first photograph and bought me my first play gun one Christmas. You were always there when we needed you and was such a fine example of a good human being. This was why I spent so much time around your family as a child. It was a comfortable and loving environment.
There is a place prepared for persons like you who lived exceptional lives and deserve the best. It is called heaven. I believe you are there today.
Conrad, you have run a good race and finished the course. You have finished well.

Colin Li

August 7, 2018

Aunt Marie and my dearest cousins - please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of Uncle Conrad. We just loved his many jokes and especially the stories on any subject you can think about. Whenever he visited us in Howes Street it was no surprise that I was going to get a hair cut. Stay strong my dear family. God bless you all.

Jacquelyn Johnson

August 7, 2018

From day one you have always been a dear friend never changing I can still see that smile. you will be missed Jackie