OBITUARY

Shu Fang Andres

August 12, 1952July 9, 2018
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Shu Fang Andres was born on August 12, 1952 in Hsinchu City, Taiwan and passed away on July 9, 2018 in Tacoma, Washington

Services

22 July

Visitation

9:00 am - 11:00 am

Acacia Funeral Home

14951 Bothell Way NE
Seattle, Washington

22 July

Funeral Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Acacia Funeral Home

14951 Bothell Way NE
Seattle, Washington

22 July

Reception

1:00 pm

Yu Shan Chinese Returant

14553 Bothell Way NE
Seattle, Washington

REMEMBERING

Shu Fang Andres

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Francis Tam

July 20, 2018

I just want to share a few stories of how kind-hearted and generous Shu has always been to me and my family. On a return trip from Korea back to the states, she offered her home to me during a layover so that I could rest and save money. On another occasion, she went out of her way to deliver a gift to my family, even though we were not able to meet with her during our short visit to Taiwan. These were just a few examples of how Shu always went out of her way to help and care for her friends. It was a blessing to have you in our lives. We will miss you Shu!

Shawn Brinsfield

July 20, 2018

Hey Shu,
Thank you for being my good friend. We shared some interesting and good times. I appreciate your humor and that you laughed at my bad jokes. You had a varied and engaged life. Your son Michael will now carry on for your family.
Warmly,
Shawn

Gary Olsen

July 19, 2018

Places I have traveled with Shu Fang
Taiwan - many cities and mountains
Japan - Tokyo
Japan - Yokohama
Shanghai, China
Hawaii
Seattle
Bellingham
Kirkland
Cascade mountains
And many other places...

francis tam

July 19, 2018

I just want to share a few stories of how kind-hearted and generous Shu has always been to me and my family. On a return trip from Korea back to the states, she offered her home to me during a layover so that I could rest and save money. On another occasion, she went out of her way to deliver a gift to my family, even though we were not able to meet with her during our short visit to Taiwan. These were just a few examples of how Shu always went out of her way to help her friends. It was a blessing to have you in our lives. We will miss you Shu!

Gary Olsen

July 19, 2018

I first met Shu Fang Teng in Taiwan in 1976. I was traveling with a friend from Seattle, Washington. A few of us all got together and traveled all over Taiwan. I met her parents and many of her friends. Also her family, brothers, and relatives. I knew Shu as a kind hearted soul who was generous and thoughtful of others. She was highly educated and was a student at Waseda University in Japan. This is a very impressive school. Many Japanese students are unable to attend this school. One day, Shu brought me there to see her school. Being a solid supporter of education, I really enjoyed seeing her school. Over the years, I enjoyed many experiences and adventures with Shu Fang. Once we even went skiing on a mountain near Seattle. I will so miss Shu. She was a wonderful person and brought so much bright light into my life. God bless Shu. May she rest in well deserved peace.

Peggy Sun

July 19, 2018

I met Shu in 2004 in Seoul Korea. She is the first Taiwanese I became close while stationed in the Seoul Yongsan base. She treated her friends with respect and kindness. We met two Chinese students who studied in college in Seoul at my friend's party. Both Chinese students faced financial issues with continuing their studies; they had to sell scarfs on Itaewon street during the winter for their tuition. Shu bought many scarfs from them, more than she could need. One day Shu asked me to support the Chinese students with her. Instead of giving them money, we brought a car load of groceries and delivered it to their tiny apartment hoping it would help them a bit....this was just one instance of her many kindnesses.
Shu always helped others who were less fortunate and never asked for anything in return.
She was an angel to many people. an amazing person. I feel privileged to have known her. Dear Michael, I know you will miss your mom deeply. I’ll be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

Francis Tam

July 17, 2018

I just want to share a few stories of how kind-hearted and generous Shu has always been to me and my family. On a return trip from Korea back to the states, she offered her home to me during a layover so that I could rest and save money. On another occasion, she went out of her way to deliver a gift to my family, even though we were not able to meet with her during our short visit to Taiwan. These were just a few examples of how Shu always went out of her way to help her friends. It was a blessing to have known you in our lives. We will miss you Shu!

Francis Tam

July 17, 2018

I just want to share a few stories of how kind-hearted and generous Shu has always been to me and my family. On a return trip from Korea back to the states, she offered her home to me during a layover so that I could rest and save money. On another occasion, she went out of her way to deliver a gift to my family, even though we were not able to meet with her during our short visit to Taiwan. These were just a few examples of how Shu always went out of her way to help her friends. It was a blessing to have you in our lives. We will miss you Shu!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY