Rosy Oi-Chi Wong 王 愛 之

Aug 14, 1948 - Jan 8, 2022

East Lawn Memorial Park
4300 Folsom Boulevard
Sacramento, CA, 95819

Obituary

Rosy passed peacefully at home surrounded by family.
Rosy was born in 1948 in Shanghai, China to Seng Hang Wong and Pin Shim Cheng. She moved to the United States in 1970 as a foreign student attending Diablo Valley College and the University of the Pacific, graduating with her Doctor of Pharmacy in 1975. She worked as a Pharmacist until 2018.
Rosy is survived by her mother, husband Terry, children Rachael, Mischa, Valerie, Andrew, Jacquelyn, Christopher, grandchildren Kaiya and Zuri James, and siblings Dennis, Angela, Monica, Shen, Ching-Chi, and Keng.
Rosy enjoyed planning the next travel adventure around the world with family and friends. She was generous with her time, volunteered with her children’s extracurricular activities, liked baking lemon bars, and loved playing with her two grandchildren. She enjoyed sharing health and financial advice with friends and family. She also supported others in their school and career endeavors. She touched many lives and will be missed dearly.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the following organizations’ dearest to Rosy are welcome:
Donation
Triumph Cancer Foundation
https://triumphfound.org/

Sacramento Mandarins Drum & Bugle Corps
http://www.mandarins.org/support/donate

Lung Cancer Research Foundation
http://www.lungcancerresearchfoundation.org/?form=donate

Funeral  告別儀式

(Outdoor Courtyard) (室外進行)

01-17-2022, Monday (星期一)

9:30am – 11:30am

East Lawn East Sacramento (Downtown)

4300 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95819

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Guestbook

  • Cathy Sackett says:

    I’m so sad to hear this. I loved volunteering in the Sacramento Mandarins kitchen with Rosy! She was always so friendly and fun to work with!

  • Sandy Williams says:

    Rosy was just not my friend but my mentor as well. She took me like so many others under her wing and was always making sure we were OK. She was the kindest most giving soul with a heart of gold. She was never to busy to help and she helped out everyone anyway possible. She did countless things for me as well as others. She took the time and got me set up with 401k and picked the best funds for me. She did our taxes every year just to name a few. She truly wanted the best for all of us. We were a very busy pharmacy and she was such a hard worker and dedicated She set a great example for all of us. We used our initials in the pharmacy so with her using ROW She became our little ROW ROW 😃 People in our lives come and go but I knew the special bond we created working side by side together that her and I would be lifetime friends. I moved to Idaho 17 years ago but we may not have seen each other as much but we still talked and saw each other when possible. She had a HUGE impact on my life and so many others. I wouldn’t be the person I am today without her. I have so many special memories with her that are locked in my heart that I will always treasure. I am so grateful and truly blessed to have had the privilege to cross paths and to call her one of my dearest friends. To know ROW ROW you couldn’t help but to love her. She was taken from us way to soon and will be deeply missed by all. Gone but will never be forgotten.
    All my love ❤
    Sandy Williams

  • Diana Lee says:

    I first met Rosy when I attended UOP pharmacy school. I am so glad that Throughout the years we managed to keep in touch with each other even though our lives went along different paths. Rosy had a heart of gold and a beautiful soul. The world is a sadder place without her. I will miss you dear friend.

  • Nicole Sanchez-Truong says:

    My sister and I were very lucky to work with Rosy for few years. Her knowledge, kindness, and expertise were priceless. She taught us many valuable lessons. She is one of the best pharmacist I have worked with.
    We will miss you Rosy. Thank you for all beautiful things that you have done for us.

  • Janene DelMundo says:

    Mrs. Wong was always friendly when she was chaperoning. I especially loved it when she would let me get bread from the kitchen as that was my favorite snack. My deepest sympathies to The Wong Family.

  • Jillene Sturgess says:

    My heart and condolences are with the Wong Family. Mrs Wong was very kind and helpful. Her legacy lives on with her beautiful daughters, family,friends, and the lives she has touched.

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