OBITUARY

Su Ching Huang

November 15, 1942January 12, 2021

The passing of Su Ching Huang from Saskatoon occurred on Tuesday, January 12 at Royal University Hospital. Due to current restrictions, a private funeral service will be held on Monday, January 18 at Acadia-McKague’s Funeral Centre conducted by Pastor Wilson Kaan. Interment will follow in the Chinese section at Woodlawn Cemetery. Su Ching was born on November 15, 1942 in Toy Shan Kwong, China. She came to Canada to join her sister, Sun Cheung and brother-in-law Gin Tong Lee in 1977. She worked in a sewing factory when she first arrived in Saskatoon. She made a career in the Chinese food industry, working at the Wah Qua, Golden Wok and Asia Buffet till retirement. She enjoyed being surrounded by people. Su Ching is survived by her daughter, Sonya Jan of Saskatoon. Her brother-in-law, Gin Tong Lee and his children. Janet of Vancouver, BC, Mary and daughter Katie of Denver, CO., Bill (Kimmy) of San Jose, CA., Lillian (Frank) Ponting and their children James and Kayla of Denver, Co. Her sister-in-law, Fury Kwai Huay of San Francisco, CA. and her children Shirley ( Hai Da ma) and Kevin (Wanna Kuang) Huang. Su Ching was an avid gardener and ready to share her vegetables with all the neighbors and friends. She enjoyed cooking and feeding everyone. Su Ching was caring and compassionate, always thinking of others before herself. She will be dearly missed and fondly remembered.

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Lillian Ponting

January 16, 2021

Aunt Su was a very generous and giving lady.
We always knew that when we came to Saskatoon for a visit, we would have a feast waiting for us at her home. She would spend all day cooking and preparing a huge family supper of traditional Chinese food. Then she would give the kids treats.
She welcomed us into her home, always offering us a place to stay on our visits.
You will be missed. Rest In Peace.

Janet Lee

January 16, 2021

I will always remember Aunt Su’s joyfulness. She inspired me to learn more about my cultural heritage. I used to love talking with her about her life in China.

She would love taking us out for dinner and making us lots of traditional Chinese foods. She was very generous with her time and cooking.

May she Rest In Peace



Bill Lee

January 16, 2021

Bill Lee

January 15, 2021

I will alway remember Su as a very hard working , kind and generous person who would always accommodate me whenever I visited Saskatoon . She would always go out of her way to make me all this food, especially her sticky rice dim sum. She would make me at least two grocery bags full, freeze them, and expect me to carry these back to the States. Bless her heart ❤️!
She would never take no for an answer either. Always giving and never expecting anything in return. Miss you Yee . Rest In Peace .

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY