OBITUARY

Alan Pang

October 7, 1957December 26, 2012
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ALAN PANG (Reinsurance Specialist, Well known Coach of Markham Minor Hockey, Markham-Stouffville Stars, Unionville Jets, Markham District Baseball Association)

Passed away suddenly while skating at Nathan Phillips Square, on Wednesday, December 26, 2012, at the age of 55 years. Alan, husband of Maggie Slider. Devoted father of Ethan and Jaclyn. Dear brother of Nelson and his wife Carolyn Quigley, Mary and her husband Michael Eisner, Mabel and her husband Lou Greenberg. Proud uncle of Conor and Liam, Danielle and Nicole and Paul.

Visitation will be held at the JERRETT FUNERAL HOME, 6191 Yonge Street, North York (south of Steeles Avenue) on Tuesday, January 1st from 3-7 p.m. Funeral Service will be held in the Chapel on Wednesday, January 2nd at 11 a.m. Cremation to follow.

Donations may be made to the Pang Children's Trust Fund, TD Bank Eglinton Square, 15 Eglinton Square, Scarborough, Ontario M1L 2K1 Account #1440-27335

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, January 1, 2013
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, January 2, 2013
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Rachel Kinlough

December 28, 2016

Dear Pang family,
I was at Nathan Philips Square that night and performed CPR along with 2 other people. I have thought about all for you for 4 years. Tonight I was talking with my sister in law and she said she had found this obituary. I'm so very sorry.

M-P Paquette

August 5, 2015

Dear Mabe & family
I am sorry to hear of your brother's passing. It is while doing a search for your name that I came upon the obituary.
Hope we can reconnect. Tried locating you via FB No luck. My sincere condolences.

angelo sgabellone

May 10, 2015

Nelson: The sign of a truly wonderful person is the legacy he usually leaves behind. Indeed, Al was that, laurel and I send our heartfelt condolences once again and wish your family happy memories of the little guy who loomed above us at Moss Park Arena. - ciao ang

maggie slider

May 10, 2015

Yes Neil, Alan worked at the Citadel during those years.

Neil Bruton

May 10, 2015

Just wondering if Alan worked at Citadel Assurance in the late 80's early 90's?

Mabe Greenberg

January 1, 2014

Dear Alan. I miss you. I am sorry I could not be in Toronto for the 1 year anniversary skating. You have accomplished many wonderful things and blessed so many people in such a short time. I am proud of you. I just wished I had time to have said it in person. You left a deep void in my heart. With love always your sister, Mabe

Nelson Pang

December 29, 2013

Dear Alan, On Boxing Day,
Mary and I went skating at city hall in your honor and continued your tradition. I wish with all my heart that you were there, playing tag with me like we did as kids.
Thank you for the wonderful moments we shared ... you are painfully missed.
With my eternal love, Nelson

Sue Yee

December 28, 2013

Alan, we went to Nathan Philip Square to enjoy a family skate on your behalf. You loved this place and it is now a tradition for us as well. We miss you terribly but I felt your presence watching and smiling over us as we skated.
I could almost hear you with one of your puns. It made me smile.

Sue (Duncan and the boys) xoxo

December 27, 2013

Alan - I've been thinking about you and how you left us so quickly a year ago. We miss you at Saturday morning hockey.
RIP my Friend!

Maggie Slider

December 27, 2013

Yesterday was a very hard day. Cant believe a year has passed, still doesnt seem real! We have strong kids, it breaks my heart when i know theirs is broken. We shared some funny stories about you yesterday. Jaclyn talked about your "stupid jokes, which only you got." The day was harder for Ethan, he usually doesn't say much.
We think about every day, we know you are with us in spirit, Jaclyn and i can feel your presence. Hope you are at peace.
Love forever, Maggie, Ethan, Jaclyn