elevated ZrbiL Rosa Ng Mak, August 23, 1925 – December 10, 2020. Rosa passed away peacefully at Scarborough Grace Hospital in her 95th year. Cherished wife of Joseph Hung Cheung Wan (October 13, 2008) whom she was married to for 64 years. Beloved mother to Assunta, Teresa and John (September 14, 2002) . Rosa will also be dearly missed by her daughter-in-law Viola, grandsons Felix and Dominic, grand daughter-in-law Elsie, two great grandchildren Raphael and Jude, and Dominic’s girlfriend Shelley.
elevated ZrbiL Rosa Mak embodied many of the qualities and traits valued in our Chinese culture and as a devout Catholic. Although Rosa may be a simple person, that did not stop her from learning how to live a studious and virtuous life. Rosa Ng Mak was a kind-hearted, understanding, loving and selfless person. A quick reflection should yield our own unique and touching memories with Rosa where these qualities were on full display.
elevated ZrbiL Nurturing and attentive, Rosa put these traits to good use while enjoying her hobby in gardening. One year, she grew a pumpkin so large that it would have fared well in a pumpkin growing competition. For the other times, Rosa would share the regular sized vegetables and flowers with her family, friends, and neighbors. Let us celebrate her generosity and the life that she lived.
elevated ZrbiL Our family thanks you for your generosity, thoughts, and prayers. We politely ask that flowers not to be sent for the funeral. As one alternative, you can offer requiem masses to Rosa Mak’s through:
elevated ZrbiL The Chinese Martyrs Catholic Church
2755 Denison Street, Markham, Ontario
Canada L3S 2J3
Tel: 905-294-1377 or 905294-1677
elevated ZrbiL On the envelope please mark Attn: Ms. Mary Chow with the check noting: Requiem Masses for Rosa MAK
elevated ZrbiL As another alternative, you can send a donation to:
elevated ZrbiL Share Life (https://sharelife.org/)
1155 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario
Canada, M4T 1W2
Tel: 416-934-3400 ext 540
elevated ZrbiL Noting: In memory of Rosa Mak
elevated ZrbiL Due to Covid 19 restrictions, there will be a private family Funeral Service, followed by an entombment at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery. If you wish to view the service on Wednesday December 16, 2020 at 9:00 am, please click the link below.