Earthman Southwest Funeral Home

12555 South Kirkwood, Stafford, TX


Allan Siu-Wah Tong

July 24, 1954March 22, 2020

Allan Siu-Wah Tong passed away peacefully on March 22, 2020.

He is survived by his wife of 24 years, Angela, his son, Calvin and daughter, Celine. He was a devoted husband. His love for the family was unconditional. Allan was also a strong and loving brother to his sisters, Clara and Nora; his brothers, Andy, Brian (deceased) and Morris.

Allan was born on July 24, 1954 in Hong Kong to Chi-Chan and Sui-Kan Tong. He graduated from University of Calgary and became a CPA/CMA. He worked in the real estate and property management industry in Hong Kong, and across the US and Canada. He was a fearless leader, dedicated, humble. His interests include travelling, photography, number games and sports.

Services will be held at a later date.


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Regina Loveall

April 6, 2020

I worked with Allan at U. S. Property Mgt. I was impressed with his knowledge and skills in Yardi & Excel. But more than work knowledge, Allan left me with a very favorable impression of his kindness, confidence and care for other people. Allan always explained difficult concepts in a special way--I learned much from Allan & I will always have special memories of him. My heartfelt condolences to you, Angela, your children and all of Allan's family. He will be greatly missed.

Morris Tong

April 2, 2020

Dearest Angela , Calvin and Celine

Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.

We would like to express our sympathy.
Allan was a very important family member and a wonderful brother of mine . Allan gave our whole family hope, a great future, and was always there to offer a hand. He was also a happy, knowledgeable , interesting and intelligence individual.

Everyone will miss Allan and know our family's thoughts are with you.

We would also like to represent our mother, Sui Kan, in saying that she loves him very much and will miss him each and everyday and that no words can describe how blessed she feels to be able to call Allan her son.

Mantie and Morris and family

Stella Tom (Miss Wong)

March 30, 2020

Dear Angela, Calvin and Celine,

Please accept our deepest condolences to your family.

I am honored to be his Tsung Tsin High School teacher. Even he sat at the far end corner of the classroom with his brother, Andy, I still noticed his great learning attitude. He is one of my outstanding students in a good way. We had several combined Boy Scouts and Girl Guides activities at the high school for 2 years. During that period, Allan had already demonstrated his leadership and caring of his troopers. After that 2 years, I pursued my education to San Diego, California. However, we still kept in touch over the years.

I am deeply moved and appreciated him whenever he respectfully greeted me as “ Miss Wong” even after 50 years. I shall miss his smiles, soft gentle voice and the casual conversations after dinner. O yes, Elard and I definitely will miss his Texan style steaks.

Angela, our thoughts and prayers will always be with your family. May the memories give you peace and comfort through this sorrow time. I believe Allan is still looking after his family even now. I mourn for his life was taken so soon. He will be always in my heart. Our sympathies to your family.

Stella ( Miss Wong) and Elard

Simon Shun Wai Yim

March 29, 2020

Sad to hear the news of Allen was passed away. He was an outstanding one in the class. He and with all fellow classmates had a wonderful time for six years of schooling in Hong Kong. All classmates will always remember him.

Salome & Andy Tong

March 29, 2020

Dear Angela, Calvin & Celine

Please accept our deepest condolences for your family’s loss.
We want to express our sympathy and let you know that our thoughts with you.
My brother Allan were grown up with me in Hong Kong when we were young, we went to school together, joined Scout activities, 1st sea course of Outward-bound school, basketball team & drove cars etc., all those happiest memories always in my mind and I wouldn’t forget.
Allan was the first member of my family left Hong Kong to Canada further his studies and graduated in the University of Calgary. Once he graduated and got a job steadily, he applied his families immigrated to Canada including our parents, my family and two brothers.
During in Canada, Allan was not only helping our families, even helped a lots of friends, he used his academic knowledge and experiences with no hesitated to advise them to work with their business or jobs.
Allan was a quiet, respectful and honest leader, he was very calm and hard working person, always have a positive thoughts and advise to change my mind.

May your memories give you peace and comfort, Allan was a great and strong brother in my mind forever.

Salome & Andy

Michael Yam

March 29, 2020

My sincere condolences to Allan’s family, I am very sorry for your loss. I worked with Allan on a system implementation project at Brookfield for 2 years and I have nothing but respect for Allan. We travelled between US and Canada a lot and had the opportunity to know Allan well professionally and personally. He is a very calm and humble person, and even though he knew a lot of the business, he always respected the team and their input. He was a pleasure to work with and helped Brookfield through a very long and tough project. Thank you Allan.

Peter Ma

March 28, 2020

Dear Aunt Angela, cousin Calvin & Celine

Our heart felt condolences to you and your family. We are in a deep loss after hearing of Uncle Allan’s passing. Allan was a fair, honest and thoughtful person and will be deeply missed by us all. I remembered when your family visited us in Calgary, he offered some personal advice for me about my work and career. I still keep his words of wisdom with me to this day, especially when I have a rough day at work. He has left positive imprints of himself with all of us.

May peace be with him in his new journey.

Peter, Wanda & Family

Anthony Dominic Chan

March 28, 2020

To me, Allan was an optimistic family guy with love on his family. I remembered he helped us a lot, especially when we had a big move from Hong Kong to Vancouver, Canada few years ago! I missed him a lot as a brother-in-law! Rest In Peace!

Gregory & Grace Chan

March 28, 2020

Angela and family

With heavy hearts, you lost your beloved husband and we lost our great son-in-law. Ever since you knew Allan, we had been saying how lucky you were to have been married to a man of such integrity and sense of responsibility like him. He was extremely truthful and conscientious. Not only his responsible attitude towards his family stood out, he also threw himself fully into whatever he did with as much seriousness and pains as if it were his own business. When we moved to Vancouver a few years ago, he helped us a great deal; everything was so well planned and organized with the results that our hustle and bustle were reduced to a bare minimum. We mourn that Allan’s life was taken too soon. No doubt, he will be greatly missed by all of us. Our kind thoughts are with you and your family!

Patrick Wing Hong 永康 Fu 符

March 28, 2020

Dear Angela & family,

So sad to hear of your loss, and my loss of a great brother!

We were so close during our childhood. Fond memories of our childhood gatherings keep coming back to me these days. Allan will be missed dearly and he will be in my memories forever!!!

May he rest in peace, and may your family find comfort and peace as you get through this difficult time.

God bless,
Patrick Wing Hong Fu 符永康