Earthman Southwest Funeral Home

12555 South Kirkwood, Stafford, TX


Yuet C Kwan

November 18, 1927May 22, 2020

Yuet Ching Kwan at 92 years old passed on to be with the Lord on May 22, 2020. She was a devoted mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and sister to those she loved.

Yuet was born in Hoiping, China on November 18, 1927, to Dick You Quan and Ning Hai Wong. She was a strong woman who moved to Houston in 1980 to live with her son, Wayne. Raising six children, she was close to her family and worked hard raising them to be wonderful parents to their own children. Ms. Kwan took on many roles in their lives including being a provider for her family needs, a person to listen to problems, and a shoulder to cry on.

During her last 40 years, she was active and enjoyed keeping herself busy. Yuet had many hobbies including sewing, yard work and gardening. She is remembered as a passionate and talented cook who loved providing meals during holidays, family and church fellowship events. She loved to prepare steamed Chinese pastries. Yuet would make more than enough food to show her devoted love to those who came under her roof.

Ms. Kwan enjoyed traveling, where she had opportunities to visit Washington DC, New York City, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Las Vegas, El Paso, Mexico City, Vancouver, Calgary-Banff; took several cruises to Alaska, Ensenada, Cancun, and Cozumel. In bonding with her grandchildren, she would love to play various board games including Sequence, because she would often be the winner. To wind down the day in the evening, she loved to watch Hong Kong dramas. She was also a big Rockets (Basketball) fan and she watched the games regularly on TV whenever her grandson, Peter, informed her of the schedule.

Her morning routine consisted of doing Tai Chi exercises, having breakfast afterwards, then sitting in front of her desk to read her Bible and pray. In those quiet moments, she had a little Christian song book from her Sunday School Class, which she sang as her daily devotion to God. Ms. Kwan was a faithful member of Chinese Baptist Church - Houston, helped in the church nursery and kitchen and she served in WMU (Women Mission Union).

She is survived by her six children, Wayne, Judy, Rosetta, Maretta, Linda and Susan along with her brothers Ming Quon and Len Kwan, many of her grandchildren, great- grandchildren, nephews and nieces.

Funeral service details can be found at Earthman Southwest Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Chinese Baptist Church, 900 Brogden Road, Houston, TX 77024.


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Yuet C Kwan

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Catherine & Henry Chow

June 6, 2020

She was such a lovely lady and always carried a great smile. Heaven has gained an angel. She will be missed.
Wayne & Luz, We are so sorry for your loss. May God give you comfort and strength.
Catherine & Henry Chow

Amy & Ricky So

June 3, 2020


An Vo

May 30, 2020

One of the kindest person I’ve ever met and the sweetest soul. Her children and grandchildren are a perfect reflection of who she is.

William & Juanita Mei

May 29, 2020

She was a model family matriarch, a Christian woman who selflessly served the Lord and loved her family. God blessed her with a long & fruitful life; now rewarded with eternal home in Heaven. She will be missed but not forgotten. Rest in Peace, Mrs. Gor. Our sincerest condelences to her family.

Leonard Kwan

May 28, 2020

To our Dai Goo
As the matriarch of the Kwan family, we will miss you. Forever in our hearts.
Love, Leonard Kwan (nephew) and Lily Jang Kwan (niece).

Peter Gor

May 27, 2020

Hello grandma

Manuel Ham

May 27, 2020

Descanse en Paz y que sus seres queridos encuentren pronto el consuelo ante esta gran pérdida.

Familia Ham Vargas