Anh Dung Duong
January 9, 1968 – November 22, 2019
Anh Dung Duong was born on January 9, 1968 and passed away on November 22, 2019.
- Visitation Monday, November 25, 2019
- Funeral Service Tuesday, November 26, 2019
- Burial Tuesday, November 26, 2019
Anh Dung Duong
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November 29, 2019
I remember Don from his DT Bistro days. He was a wonderful and generous man who excelled at his work with pastry. His commitment to our our Harbord Village community went way beyond any expectations. For example, when he learned that the front steps of the Vos's house across the street were falling apart Don dispatched carpenters to build them new wooden steps.
Don was a gracious restaurant host who befriended many people in our community. I wish him well in his Afterworlds.
Catherina Brandenburger ko
November 26, 2019
It all start in 23 years ago.... what a blessing to get to know Don. The kindest person in the world, in my life . A friend, teammate, mentor... brother. Memories bring memories, but memories cannot bring back my brother Don 🖤
Love you forever, my brother Don
November 24, 2019
Friday, November 22, 2019 will be the day I will never forget... the day I didn't want it to come but it did...
I took of leap of faith to do the Taste Of Vietnam Festival for the first time when I don't even know anything about food or know how to cook. After making that decision, I then pray to God for help. With many weeks of praying...
He sent an angel to call and help me.
It all started April, 2019. 7 months ago, I received a phone call on a Wednesday afternoon while I was at work. I didn't pickup the phone because it was an unknown number. But thanks to voicemail, after listening to the message, I called back right away. It was a man named Donald Duong. Chef Donald Duong (if you google him, you will know).
He called and offered to lend me a helping hand for the Taste of Vietnam Festival. He wanted to help me raised money for the children on my upcoming mission trip in 2020. I have never meet him before. But as I got to know him..I found out he had last stage bone cancer. Rather doing things for himself or enjoying life, he spent the last few months of his life helping others.
Regardless of his severe pain and knowing that he does not have much time left, he was there for/with us. He did everything he could...to help us accomplished our first Taste Of Vietnam Festival.
It was God's blessing and a privilege for me to have known a kind, compassionate, caring and loving soul.
Chef Donald, thank you from the bottom of my (broken) heart. You have given me the honour to know and working with you.
You have inspired me and motivated me through your words of wisdom and actions.
I promise you. I will continue to carry on your vision and legacy: to embrace and preserve the Vietnamese cuisine and culture....
Now, that you are in heaven, a place where you are safe from pain, please be with us in spirit. Until we meet again in the name of Jesus Christ....I will never forget you....anh Donald Duong!