Floral Hills Funeral Home and Cremation Services & Floral Hills Memory Gardens
3150 Lawrenceville Highway, Tucker, GA
July 30, 1949 – March 20, 2020
On Friday afternoon, March 20, 2020, Fong (Mina) Lo, loving and caring mother of two daughters and grandmother of seven grandchildren, passed away at the age of 70 after a tough battle with cancer.
Mina was born July 30, 1949 in Hong Kong. She was a home maker who raised two lovely daughters. Fong enjoyed her TV shows, shopping and cleaning. She loved family gatherings, caring after children, but most of all she loved her two daughters and her grandchildren. She was known for her laughter and kind gentle spirit.
Mina is survived by two daughters: Lilian Tsui and Winnie Tsui. She is also survived by seven grandchildren: Vanessa Wong, Vivian Wong, Vera Wong, Lucas Wong, Leo Wong, Joshua Yew, and Emily Yew.
In cooperation with the guidelines set forth by the CDC during the current health crisis, services will be held only for immediate family.
The family request donations in support of pancreatic cancer research, in lieu of sending flowers. Donations can be made to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network at pancan.org/donate.
- Lillian Tsui (Chuen Wong), Daughter
- Winnie Tsui (Julian Yew), Daughter
- Lin Chan, Sister
- Chi Chan, Nephew
- Nelson Chan, Nephew
- Vanessa Wong, Granddaughter
- Vivian Wong, Granddaughter
- Vera Wong, Granddaughter
- Lucas Wong, Grandson
- Leo Wong, Grandson
- Joshua Yew, Grandson
- Emily Yew, Granddaughter
- Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
- Graveside Service Friday, March 27, 2020
March 27, 2020
My last meeting with Auntie was in March last year when I stopped over to visit my brother Julian, Winnie, my nephew Joshua and to meet my new niece little Emily. It had a been a number of years since I saw Auntie and she was her usual self, smiling and chatting. I’m glad for the few days we got to spend with her, Yee Ma and family during outings and meals.
The night before I left Atlanta, she offered to give me some Chinese herbs for my mum as she remembered that my mum bought them when she came. I did not realize that I would not have the chance to see her again.
Auntie was a lady with an ever ready smile, her warmth evident by the many photos. I think she loved shopping, not for herself but for others. Her giving nature and kindness is how I will remember her by. We are blessed to know her and be part of extended family. She will be missed.
March 27, 2020
Auntie will be missed. Her kindness is radiated in her smiles and laughter captured in the many photos with family especially with children. We choose to remember her warmth and keep her memory. We are blessed to have her in our lives and now to be with God.
March 27, 2020
My wife and I met Mina when we knew our son Julian would be marrying her daughter Winnie. We didn't know her name, we as traditional Chinese addressed her as Chan Ka, meaning Close Family literally. Chan Ka was an unassuming lady, polite and generous. She had the opportunity to come to Malaysia a year after Winnie married Julian, together with her sister, and we had a good time traveling to some scenic places and introducing our local cuisines to them. And while we were in the States a few times we always met her and traveled to places and did shopping with her. On our last trip, in November and December of 2018 to see our granddaughter Emily and grandson Joshua, we were greeted by her in the house. She has helped look after Joshua and Emily. We are indebted to her caring service to our grandchildren. It was cold when we visited and Chan Ka discreetly bought us two warm jackets out of her savings. Her warmth and loving kindness will always be remembered.
Farewell Chan Ka. You have left for s better home than this world. I'm sure we'll meet up again.
March 26, 2020
Those pictures are awesome and you can see what a great life she had! Full of love and laughter! Ahyee will be missed terribly. She came to every birthday, graduation, program, dance, musical, etc. for my kids and my kids were thrilled to see her smiling in the audience. She moved through life with such a bright light and her light might be out here, but it is shining bright up above. And she will make sure everyone up above has enough soap, paper products and coats. Winnie and Lillian, I’m wishing you strength for tomorrow and hope to one day hug you again.