Toronto Region, On-Line - Funeral & AfterLife Services
 
Cremation, Cemeteries, Monuments
 ______________________________________________________________

SimpleAlternativeFuneralCentres Pickering
GROVESIDE Bnr 400x56   MountLawn Bnr 400x40

StaffordMonuments Banner 400x40

FamilyInMemoriam 200x40 FuneralPrePlanning 400x40

 

To place an  an  'OBITUARY NOTICE'  or a  'FAMILY IN MEMORIAM' (Including Picture) with TorontoObituaries.com;

Please submit at  Contact-Us to email your Notice Information with picture for immediate posting.  Invoice will be emailed once Notice is published.

 

Funeral Centres, Cemeteries, Monument Suppliers, Florists, and including Recognized Businesses: for On-Line Info with our Marketing Proposals, and to be Featured with CanadianObituaries.com, please Contact-Us .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Oh LORD...  We Pray for your Ratification to Remove the COVID-19 Virus Amid Us, so we may Continue to Worship You, from your Holy Temples.

Bless Us Oh LORD, and Forgive Us for our Sins, so we may Keep On Serving You, on Earth, until Eternity  ...Amen".

...Churches, Temples and Mosques are now being reopened for worshipers, as COVID-19 Restrictions are being eased. 

...CanadianObituaries.com

Bar Horrisontal 40x600
...for Toronto and the GTA

 


{fastsocialshare}

Yung ChingYUNG, Ching Shing (Bill)   -  Passed away peacefully in his 90th plus year.

He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

At the age of 19, he left his birth city Shanghai to join the Chinese Expeditional Force in Burma.

He served as an interpreter with the American Adviseral Group attached to the Chinese force.

From the base in Ledo, Burma, he trekked all the way down to Hsipaw with his division unit – a distance that took over 2 months to cover.

It was jungle all the way with poisonous snakes, malaria mosquitoes, and night ambushes by Japanese friendly natives. After the war, he went to England to join his father. He completed his education there and worked as a transformer design engineer after serving a full year apprenticeship course with the famous engineering company English Electric Co. at Stafford.

In 1971 he went to join AEG in Germany and became Transformer Adviser to the company oversea transformer manufacturing units.

He served in the oversea units in India and Argentina for a number of years before returning to England. In 1977, he immigrated to Canada, where he became transformer design manager for Federal Pioneer, Moloney Electric, and Ferranti Packard.

He loved playing competitive Duplicate Bridge, and watercolour painting.

Condolence and flowers may be sent to Glen Oaks Funeral Home, where a viewing and memorial service will be held on December 3, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

TorontoObituaries.com

{fastsocialshare