January 1, 1951 – December 5, 2020
Leang Choeun, beloved wife, mother, sister, grandmother and great grandmother passed away December 5th, 2020 in San Bernardino, California at the age of 69. Leang was born in the Soutnikum District, Siem Reap, Cambodia in 1951. Leang married Chean Seang in the fall of 1975. She escaped Cambodia to Thailand with her husband Chean and her younger sister Noeun in the year 1979. Later that year, July 1979 her family got sponsored and was able to come to America. Leang loved her family above all else. All were assured to be well cared for when in her presence. Always eager to provide her children and grandchildren with a warm meal that was always served with the sweetest smile. Leang is the fighter of the family whether we knew it or not. She battled one of the worst battles and it happens to be, Cancer. Leang fought it hard for 2yrs after the doctor told her that she only had five months of surviving this disease. We will never forget her love and smiles that warmed each of our hearts, will forever be missed but always in all of our hearts. We love you and miss you mom! Leang is survived by her husband, Chean, her 3 children, KimLong (Evan), Paul (Juliet), and Keam (Devan). Her sisters, Noeun and Voeurn. All of her grandchildren: Desirae, Maddox, Nicholas, Scarlett, Violette, Charlotte, Jacob, Jerry, Dean and Delilah. Great grandchild, Nixxin.
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January 17, 2021
Sadly we will all die once, that’s why we have to live life to the fullest every day! 🙏
In memory or Leang Choen❤️ We have to live on for her & our family’s.
January 14, 2021
My sweet mom. I will always cherish the times we had together, especially these last two years where we spent a great deal of time together. We made some very special memories that I'll always hold close to my heart. One of the my most dear memories is how emotional you got every time it was time for us to travel back home. You always would tear up because you didn't want us to leave. You would laugh through your tears and dad would make a joke to lighten the mood. Deep down, we all wanted to stay together just a little more. I'll miss you deeply always! The way you always would say "I love you too" is something I will never forget. It makes my soul smile even now as I type this. I can still hear you saying it. Know that I will always care for and love your daughter until my last breath. Thank you for always treating me as your own son. I always felt as though I was. Rest in peace, mom. I love you! Your son, Evan.
January 14, 2021
January 13, 2021
Thank you for leaving such a wonderful legacy, your children. Your gorgeous smile will be remembered. We are keeping you, your family and friends in our prayers.