Obituary

CÁO PHÓ
Gia đình chúng tôi kính tiếc báo tin: Chồng/ Cha/ Em của chúng tôi là:
Phật Tử Huỳnh Văn Pháp (tức John hoặc Mùi), Pháp danh: Chúc Hảo
Sanh ngày 14/6/1970 tại thôn Thái Dương Hạ, xã Hải Dương, huyện Hương Trà, tỉnh Thừa Thiên Huế, Việt Nam. Thường trú tại: Elk Grove do bệnh duyên đã từ trần vào lúc 4:38 chiều ngày 20/12/20 nhằm ngày 7/11/ Canh Tý. Hưởng dương 50 tuổi.
Tang lễ được quàn tại: East Lawn Funeral South Sacramento 3939 Fruitridge Road, Sacramento, CA.
Lễ viếng bắt đầu từ 10:00 AM thứ bảy, ngày 26/12/2020 – 12:00 PM chủ nhật, ngày 27/12/2020.

It is with great sadness, our family announces the passing of our husband/dad/brother, John Phap Huynh (Mui), Dharma name: Chuc Hao. John is survived by his loving wife, Hao; son, Brandon; and daughter, Anna.

Born on June 14th, 1970 in Thai Duong Ha village, Hai Duong commune, Huong Tra district, Thua Thien Hue province, Vietnam, John immigrated and settled in California. After a long hard fought battle with cancer, John at the age of 50 (51 Vietnamese Calendar) passed peacefully while at home on December 20th, 2020 (October 11st, Canh Ty). John was charismatic, optimistic and could always be found smiling and lifting the spirits of everyone around him. John will be missed by everyone.
The funeral is held at: East Lawn Funeral South Sacramento 3939 Fruitridge Road, Sacramento, CA.
Visiting ceremony starts from 10:00 AM Saturday, December 26, 2020 – 12:00 PM Sunday, December 27, 2020.

Guestbook

  • Hogan Dao says:

    Thank you for all the great memories and for being such a great uncle. Love and miss you Uncle John <3

  • Binh Xuân Nguyen says:

    Em xin thành kính phân ưu cùng gia đình!Cầu mong anh an nghĩ nơi cõi Vĩnh hằng.Chúc gia đình sức khỏe và sớm vượt qua nỗi đau này!Em xin lỗi đã Khg đưa tiễn anh lần cuối được,mong gia đình hoan hỷ!Chị và 2 cháu cố gắng nhé!

  • Lina Dao says:

    Rest In Peace uncle I love you ❤️❤️

  • CINDY TIEU says:

    Knowing you over 15 years, you are the best caring friend with a great smile upon you everytime I see you. Thanks! RIP Bro Johh. With Always.

  • Linda Tran says:

    You will be missed. Thank you for being an amazing uncle and friend. Rest in paradise! ❤️🙏

  • Julie says:

    Cầu mong linh hồn chú sẽ trở về cõi vĩnh hằng. Con luôn mãi nhớ về chú. Mong chú yên nghỉ và phù hộ cho gia đình vượt qua nỗi đau mất mát này. Uncle I love you 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

  • Namthi Nguyen says:

    You were a very kind, friendly, easy to talk person to whenever I see you at family’s gathering. You will be missed greatly. Rest In Peace uncle John.

  • Carpenter says:

    You always had a smile on your face, even during tough times. Your genuine kindness, generosity and optimism will never be forgotten. Rest forever in peace, Uncle John.

  • Ron Crook says:

    John set such a fine example in the workplace and showed all of us that happiness and compassion toward others is a daily gift so easily shared. He was truly loved by all, and he loved all. I will miss my friend, “Juanito.” But will never forget him. Forever grateful for you, John.

  • Danielle Domingo says:

    John always brought a fun energy in the workplace. Always smiling, inviting, and makes everyone feel welcomed. He will be missed.

  • Rich Dunn says:

    John was such a blessing to work with. His career reflected very much who he was meant to be, which was a loving and patient person who enjoined helping others. John also had a great sense of humor. John and a group of us co-workers went to lunch one day at a Vietnamese restaurant he liked. He, with a big smile, introduced us to one of his “favorite” dishes, which was a spicy noodle soup with a big hunk of congealed pork blood and pig’s foot in the center of the bowl. As a native American, I could barely use chopsticks, much less know what to do with a pig’s foot in the middle of my food. John laughed and laughed watching me try to eat it, and we all laughed with him. I could never tell if John, with his sense of humor, planned it that way but I really did enjoy it. We all enjoyed the camaraderie that day and many other days. Thank you for sharing John with us at POST.

  • Frances Melendez says:

    John was the first to welcome me on board at POST. He was always smiling and friendly. He was a wonderful person to be around. He is missed by all.

  • Elayne Anderson says:

    I had the pleasure of working with John from 2010 until his retirement. He was by far the most kind, funny, genuine person. His laugh was contagious, his work ethic was to be admired. He was a wonderful person, an excellent colleague, his caring spirit and sense of humor will be missed. I was so excited to see him come back to POST, his presence lifted all of our spirits. I cried when he retired, we hugged, we both cried, we both said stop don’t cry. It was my privilege to know John and he will truly be missed by all. My deepest condolences to his family, who he spoke so highly of so often.

  • Peter T Ngo says:

    Dear uncle John,
    As cliché as it may be, words cannot describe the immense feeling of sadness I have over our loss of you. Your positive spirit, your love for everyone you know and the life lessons you’ve taught me over the years are what I will always cherish you by. During my most challenging days, you were there for me with one simple advice, “to learn to forgive,” and since then I’ve done so with your voice echoing those exact words when I’m faced with a challenge that merits forgiveness. Thank you for that. It’s one of few advices I’ve received in my lifetime that’s helped me be a better person. Until we meet again Uncle John,
    Smile, Laugh and Love
    P.T.Ngo

  • Lena Ngo says:

    Uncle John has never failed to put a smile on someone’s face. He always lightened up everyone’s day with his positivity. He was the kindest person I’ve ever met. We all miss you uncle John. Rest in Paradise. 💜

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