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Our good mother was born into a wealthy family in Yonglong Village, Nankeng Township, Taishan County, Guangdong Province, China. She was the daughter of a wealthy family, and was loved by thousands of people. She was highly educated, and because of her intelligence, she graduated from Taishan Women's Teachers College with honors. After marrying my father, she gave birth to five children. Because of the Chinese communist, my mother said goodbye to the rich and wealthy lifestyle, and had to work hard to raise our brothers and sisters enduring pains and hardships, suffering from oppression and humiliation. No matter how naughty we are, my mother would not punish us physically. Mom, your kindness will always be remembered in our hearts!
My mother was diligent, hospitable, and often practiced physical exercise, she would also each Tai Chi to others! My mother's leadership helped us smoothly navigate hard times into good times. Thank you, great mother! Your guidance, has lead us to a brilliant today. It's no wonder that everyone is unanimously claiming that you are "#1" of the Kwong family! Friends are welcome to attend a visitation on Friday, August 12 from 5-8 pm and Saturday, August 13 from 9-10 am and a funeral service beginning at 10 am, all at East Lawn Elk Grove Mortuary, 9189 E. Stockton Blvd., Elk Grove.