Nhung "Linda" Tran

August 28, 1961August 4, 2018

Nhung "Linda" Tran was born on August 28, 1961 and passed away on August 4, 2018


  • Quyen Tran Le, Daughter
  • Quan Tran Le, Son
  • Quy Tran Le, Son
  • Quoc Tran Le, Son


  • Buddhist Casketing Service Wednesday, August 8, 2018
  • Viewing Wednesday, August 8, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, August 9, 2018
  • Witness Cremation Thursday, August 9, 2018

Nhung "Linda" Tran

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Kimberly thao Nguyen

August 8, 2018

I will always remember Di Nam as the fun, always joking and laughing, high spirited aunt. I will always remember the way she said my name when she saw me. The fondest memories I have are the trips we took with my mom and cousins to the day spa and laughed so hard for being in the mud bath. And when we went to Lake Tahoe and she got thrown over the boat while her and my mom could not stop laughing because she was stuck in the water. And when we went to Vietnam and I heard of all their stories of growing up and escaping the war. I will never forget all the great memories that I have of her from my childhood until now. She was such a big part of so many lives and will be missed so so much!

Francis Gomez

August 8, 2018

I remember sharing beautiful memories with you and your family. My heart will always cherish those moments.
Your beautiful presence will be missed.

Tieu Mi Tran

August 8, 2018

She was our strong, fun, crazy, loving aunt that made our childhood so much fun! She told the funniest jokes and had some of the greatest stories to tell. Some of her jokes still cracks me up till this day when I think about her telling it lol! If I could turn back the hands of time I would let you know how much you mean to me I would tell you that you made such a big impact in my life that meant the world to me. I thank you for that. We will love and miss you so much ❤️

Ashley Muoi Nguyen

August 7, 2018

Thinking of you reminds me of our sweet LV childhood memories. A group of us (rowdy elementary age kids) gathering at your house on a weekly basis playing BINGO. Our winning prizes were selected candies and varieties bag of chips that we can choose from. Though it might seem not much to others, it meant the world to me. It was one of the best memorable LV child hood memories I have of you being the BINGO announcer...might I say it was one of my 1st Bingo session. You made it fun and humorous in which I will always remember. I thank you that you had always made me feel like part of the family even until this day...I was not just Nikki’s friend, I was part of your whole clan and “extended” niece. Now matter how grown up we all are all now and how mature we are “suppose” to act these days as being parent ourselves..when it comes to seeing you and talking to you again and we picked up where we left off...You being aunt and I being your long lost niece you haven’t seen in awhile. Though our conversations may have change throughout the years, you put me back in my memorable childhood place and always referred to me as Be Muoi even until this day....not letting me forget the silly childhood family nickname in which I try to avoid hearing Lol. My status with you as niece has never change.
You left such a BIG impression and big dent in my heart...always. If only we can extend the time, I would tell you how much you mean to me and what a big impact you have in my life. You will be truly be missed...sending all my love to you....until we meet again.

Nhi Tran

August 7, 2018

I remember when me and Tyler picked up Co 5 and my mom from LAX when they came back from Vietnam. I rented a nice comfy van and picked up Banh mi before arriving. I brought extra blankets and pillows in the car because i knew they were going to be tired after a long plane ride and to also sit in a long car ride back home.
I remembered when Co 5 called Chi Quyen to let her know that she was back in the states and that I had picked them up in a VIP van. She cracked jokes saying that every time she come back from a trip, she wants to be picked up and catered to like this. I’m just glad she appreciate the little things that we did for them. <3
There was never a dull moment with her. She was full of joy and always willing to go on spontaneous trips. I will never forget her carrying her iPad to take pictures on at family parties.
I love and miss you so much Co 5. <3

Ngoc Danh

August 6, 2018

I remember our trip to LA for Yon Ka. You shared your words of wisdom on life and being a Buddhist. But you also love to joke around. Always making people around you laugh. You always were the comedian. What a sweet and loving spirit. We will miss you dearly. Love you!