OBITUARY

Susan Siu Yeun

April 11, 1946February 4, 2021
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Susan Siu Yeun was born on April 11, 1946 and passed away on February 4, 2021 in San Diego, California and is under the care of El Camino Memorial - Sorrento Valley.

Funeral Service will be held on February 27, 2021 at 10:00 am. Committal Service will be held on February 27, 2021 at 11:30 am at El Camino Memorial Park, 5600 Carroll Canyon Road, San Diego, CA 92121.

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Services

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

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  • Committal Service

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

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Memories

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Shauna Stanfill RN

March 4, 2021

I am so saddened about Susan. She was a wonderful woman. She had more energy than people half her age and always tried to make everyone feel comfortable. I am sorry I could not attend the funeral because I’m an RN in the Emergency Dept. at Sharp C.V. medical Center and was needed at work that day, but I was thinking of her. Susan and I became friends immediately after I moved into her building and we talked via text until close to the day she was moved into ICU. She was a kind, thoughtful person and she loved to talk to my daughter when she would come visit during breaks from UC Berkeley. Susan would tell her how proud she was and how important it was for woman to have a good education. When my daughter Morgan graduated in May and moved in with me while looking for a job during COVID , Susan would tell us she was praying for Morgan to get a good job. Right before Susan became ill, Morgan informed her she had been hired at UCSD in the Neuropsychiatry Dept to do research on the aging brain. Susan was delighted and said she had been praying for this and said she was as happy as if it was her own daughter! I will miss seeing and talking to her. The world has lost one of the most decent women I had the pleasure to call a friend. May God bless Susan and the entire Yeun family. Sincerely, Shauna Stanfill

Anthony Louie

March 1, 2021

Dear Tim, Alex, Matthew and Michael:
We surely miss Susan's presence. As testimonies given, she touched many lives and enriched them all. She was very kind and helpful person. She helped when needed without any hesitation. She stood by to do the translation for my sister at any time. She said "I could jump to the hospital in no time". With her encouragement, my wife became actively involved with the Cantonese Fellowship at CEC, and the Cantonese choir. Her kindness nurtured our friendship. Her generosity made their home a hospitality hub for many church activities. Her devotion to Pacificaires / Cedar Center Choir contributed greatly to their success. Words cannot adequately express the immense impact Susan had in all our lives. We know she is resting in God's embrace. May all the wonderful memory of her legacy comfort you in this difficult time, Anthony and Annie Louie

Wai Leung

February 27, 2021

Dear Tim,

Susan is an optimistic person and she looks happy most of the time. One unforgettable thing is that she is always willing to help others, small or difficult matters.

Wai Leung



Ling/Andy Kho

February 27, 2021

Dear Yeun family:

We are deeply saddened by the loss of your wonderful wife/mom/grandma. She was a beautiful, caring soul and her smiles will be missed here on earth--especially when we are able to meet again on Sunday mornings with our CEC family. We are praying for you and hope that you will find ultimate comfort in Jesus for the days ahead. We grieve together with you with Hope and send you much love.

Ling/Andy Kho & family

Lynette Hom

February 27, 2021

Dear Yeun Family:

I found this photo among my archives when I was in charge of putting together the church's 30th Anniversary slideshow. It was taken during CEC's 10th Anniversary harbor cruise around San Diego Bay. I don't remember who took the photo. Sorry the picture quality is a bit fuzzy.

Lynette

Esther Chen

February 27, 2021

We just wanted to express our sincere condolences to the entire Yeun family during this difficult time. As you grieve, may the Lord grant you much comfort, peace and hope.
With much love,
Richard, Esther, Noah, Caleb and Naomi Chen

Peter and Emily Lam

February 27, 2021

Dear Tim and Family:
Our condolences on the passing of Susan! We know you will miss her very much, just like we will miss her when we go to SD. We look forward to our Great Reunion as we go to be with our Lord! May His peace, comfort, love and hope be with you all!
In our resurrected Savior and Lord Jesus Christ,
Peter and Emily Lam

chia hui shih

February 27, 2021

Susan was the person through her I joined the Pacificaire/Cedar Choir many years ago. I will always remember her smile and her gentleness toward people around her. She was always generous in helping others. I will miss her very much. Can't believe that she will not show up in the choir rehearsal when things get back to normalcy. The choirs are not quite the same without her.

Morris Ying

February 27, 2021

Sorry, Tim,

My deepest sympathy. She was a wonderful person.

Morris Ying

Daniel Kober

February 27, 2021

Even though I only knew Susan for relatively a short time, since 2014 she has been a joyous influence in my life. She was always smiling, willing to help and fair. She will be missed and we are very saddened by her passing. Our deepest condolences go out to the Yeun family.
Daniel, Jolanta and Zygmunt Kober

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