elevated xBOGx October 8, 1926 – May 29, 2023

elevated xBOGx Visitation
Saturday, June 10, 2023 from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (Family Speeches from 12:45 pm to 1:15pm)
Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home
211 Langstaff Road East, Thornhill, ON, L3T 3Z6

elevated xBOGx Funeral Mass
Saturday, June 10, 2023 at 1:30 pm
Chapel of St. Joseph – within Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home

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elevated xBOGx Interment – Section 19
Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery

elevated xBOGx Reception following the interment.

elevated xBOGx June 10, 2023 at  4:00PM

elevated xBOGx Legend Chinese Restaurant 麗晶酒家

elevated xBOGx 7289 Yonge Street, Unit 8&9, 

elevated xBOGx Thornhill, Ontario L3T 5W2

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elevated xBOGx Donation can be made by mail or online through Yee Hong Website In Memory of Mrs. Miu Yin Ho

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elevated xBOGx Obituary

elevated xBOGx In Loving Memory of Mrs. Miu Yin Ho (何周妙賢女士)

elevated xBOGx Mrs. Miu Yin Ho, a woman of grace, dignity, and unwavering devotion to her family, peacefully passed away on May 29, 2023. Born Miu Yin Chow on October 8, 1926 in Hong Kong, the 9th child of the Chow’s family, she adorned her life with elegance, resilience, and an unwavering faith in God.

elevated xBOGx In the vibrant streets of Hong Kong and Guangzhou, marrying Mr. Man Gee Ho in 1947, Miu Yin embraced the role of a devoted mother and a nurturing homemaker. With grace and determination in difficult times, she lovingly raised her four children, Joseph Ho, Theresa Fung, Rosa Choi, and John Ho, instilling in them the values of hard work, perseverance, and the importance of family while emphasizing respect for elders, pursuit for education, lifetime learning and health. Amid the challenges of daily life, Miu Yin and Mr. Man Gee Ho have both created a warm and loving home, where her children thrived, enjoyed life and made lasting memories.

elevated xBOGx The four children moved to Canada in the late 1960s to early 1970s. In 1983, Miu Yin Ho and their father, Mr. Man Gee Ho, joined them in Canada and together, they embraced the opportunities and challenges of life. Miu Yin Ho particularly enjoyed sewing, cooking, singing karaoke and traveling to many parts of the world with Theresa’s and John’s families.

elevated xBOGx Miu Yin’s arrival in Canada marked a new chapter in her life. She embraced her role as a grandmother, finding immeasurable joy in the presence of her 9 grandchildren: Kenton, Doris, Janice, Jason, Bosco, Cristal, Christina, Lauren, and Jaclyn. Their laughter and playfulness brought light to her days, and she showered them with love and wisdom, creating lasting bonds that transcended time and distance.  In the later years of her life, Miu Yin Ho witnessed the arrival of her 8 great-grandchildren, Keira, Erika, Grayson, Kennady, Kian, Kaden, Joey and Cece.

elevated xBOGx Today, as we bid farewell to Miu Yin, we celebrate the extraordinary woman she was and the impact she had on our lives. Her legacy of love, resilience, and unwavering devotion will continue to inspire and guide us. Though she may no longer be with us in the physical realm, her spirit will forever live on in the cherished memories we hold dear.

elevated xBOGx As we mourn the loss of Miu Yin, let us also celebrate the beautiful moments she shared with us. May her hardships be transformed into stories of strength and her happy memories be etched in our hearts forever. Mrs. Miu Yin Ho, a loving mother, a devoted homemaker, a cherished grandmother, great-grandmother, and a beacon of love and resilience, will be deeply missed and forever remembered.  Her life would be best described in Chinese: 平凡中顯出色,出色中顯平凡