Yat Jing Wong

Jun 1, 1927 - Aug 6, 2020

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

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  • Clarinda Fong says:

    I was touched to view the video and see my parents with yours on their various travel together. They truly enjoyed their trips! What wonderful glimpses of your loved one’s life. One can see the love and joy she had for her family and friends. We thank God for the opportunity of having known her and though it was limited, we always knew she stood strong in her love for her Lord and her loved ones.

  • Allen Gee says:

    Our hearts go out to the Wong Family and may God continue to bring you comfort as you gather to celebrate and remember the life of your loved one.

  • Anna Fong Morgan says:

    I will always remember how Mrs. Wong, in her 80’s no less, brought over several big pots of flowers to my Mom because they both loved gardening and shared that love. My mom was so amazed at how strong Mrs. Wong was in carrying these pots right up to my mom’s doorstep! Now they can both do gardening together in heaven! My prayers to your family for your loss, but we know she’s sitting at the right hand of God….with all her friends!

  • Pauline & Craig Welch says:

    My childhood memories of Mrs Wong is being able to share our family camping trips together to several National Parks in California. It was so much fun exploring and seeing God’s marvelous creation together. Those memories will stay with me forever. Now, her adventure begins being with our Lord and Savior and rejoicing being reunited with her husband and many friends who have gone before her. Let us celebrate this reunion.
    Much Love and prayers for Strength to carry you through dear family.

  • Anna Lum says:

    What a wonderful video tribute to remember the life of your mother and grandmother. I still recall running into Mrs. Wong at the grocery store when I went shopping with my mom. She would greet us to say that she had just finished her walk around the park. At that age, her independence was admirable. Though missed by all, we rejoice that her suffering was not prolonged before being received into her heavenly home.

  • stephen lee says:

    Thanks for sharing the video of your mom. I see my parents went on a few trips with your folks. I never knew that. Looks like from the pictures she really enjoyed life.

  • Ronald Lee says:

    John & family,

    So sorry to hear the passing of your mother. She was a sweet and happy lady throughout her life. May God comfort you and your family.

  • Chris You says:

    This was a wonderful video tribute to watch. I remember seeing Mrs. Wong at church regularly. What a nice surprise to see my father-in-law Fred You in one of the church photos as well. So glad she is blessed to be with her Savior and Lord now.

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