Kay Pyng Wong
May 3, 1955 – October 17, 2019
Kay Pyng Wong was born on May 3, 1955 and passed away on October 17, 2019.
- Visitation Friday, October 25, 2019
- Funeral Service Saturday, October 26, 2019
- Committal Service Saturday, October 26, 2019
- Reception Saturday, October 26, 2019
Kay Pyng Wong
Robin and Andrea Horrell
October 23, 2019
We’ll always remember Pyng from our time in Cincinnati and are deeply saddened by her passing. She will live in our hearts with her glowing kindness and caring and incredible culinary talents and hospitality. We pray that all those she loved and who loved her find peace and comfort on their grief journey.
October 23, 2019
Mrs. Wong was a selfless and genuinely kind individual. In the few times we spoke, I could feel her undeniable warmth. She even took time out of her day to provide food for me after I had my little one. Her cooking was the absolute best. This is so heartbreaking. My condolences to the whole family.
October 22, 2019
Pyng Wong was not just a sister-in-law. She was so much more. Pyng was my inspiration. She showed me how to tackle difficult challenges with grace and tenacity and in so doing, displayed her softer, loving side as Vinnie's wife and Jocelyn's mom. We were so fortunate to visit the family several times in OH and FL. Once Pyng, who was volunteering her time to lead children in arts/crafts activities in a Chinese school, proudly showed me some of the finished items she was planning to do with them. She beamed enthusiastically at the prospect of the fun she and the youngster would mutually have. On. another visit, her thoughtfulness extended to placing near our bed a narrow small mattress, just the right size for our young son so that he could sleep near us and rest easy even though he was in a "strange" house. It meant all the world to him and to us.
As for hospitality, Pyng was the consummate hostess. You just knew she had spent many hours preparing Chinese dim sum treats and paid much attention as she prepared meals for all of us, so fortunate to be her lunch or dinner guests. Once when our outgoing flight from Sandford was unexpectedly cancelled due to engine issues, we found ourselves back on her and Vinnie's doorstep, luggage in hand with nowhere to stay before we could embark on our hastily arranged next day's flight. We felt so sheepish, but Pyng did not blink an eye. Within a short amount of time she had a wonderful meal on the table, new linens on the bed and a welcome that we felt was especially tailored for us. All these warm memories are what I feel embodies Pyng's spirit- her warmth and grace, her tenacity, her sense of humor, her boundless enthusiasm, her sharpness of mind and her greatest gift of all, her all-embracing love. I once read the following quotation and feel it describes Pyng so well: Kindness is a choice that comes from incredible strength. Pyng was kind AND strong! You will be missed, Pyng!
October 21, 2019
Our deepest sympathy for our beloved sister-in-law, Pyng. She was such a caring and devoted mother for Jocelyn and especially Jackie. She never complains of the difficult task of caring for Jackie. She was extremely hospitable and made sure that I was comfortable when I visit. I remember the last time I saw her, she would cook up a storm for me. That meal was such a treat and so memorable. Thank you Pyng for the happiness you bring. We would forever remember your kindness and thoughtfulness. Rest in peace.
Paul & Farrah
Paul & Joanne Kennedy
October 20, 2019
We can't imagine that Pyng is gone.......will never recover. A wonderful, loving person, the best cook ever, caring for her family, unselfish. A beautiful person in every way. We will miss her terribly. So sad for you all......