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It is with the deepest sorrows and pain that I announce the passing of my beautiful wife Tiffany. Tiffany was battling a rare blood disease HLH and rare Lymphoma cancer suddenly found in her bone marrow. She fought so hard through the diagnosis and treatment since March 2022, but the disease was too aggressive since Christmas and her weak little body couldn’t withstand more harsh treatment and pain. At the end she flew to heaven peacefully and painlessly following god’s plan on January 16th 2023. Tiffany is survived by me, her dear husband Gordon, loving parents in-law Connie and Samuel, sister in-law Karol, and all her precious friends and relatives.
Tiffany is a lovely and cutie girl. She is simple and pure. People around her would always remember her laugher and charm. However she is very particular on exactly what she likes and wants. She likes being pretty and neat with her trendy sense of fashion and design. She has a weekly schedule followed promptly to keep our house clean and tidy. She love yummy food and particularly her favorite boba milk tea. Hot or no ice, 50% sweet, and less boba as she has a bad little stomach. I will always remember her when I drink boba milk tea.
Tiffany loves traveling and hiking around the world, to witness the great nature and architecture, and experience different cultures and food. She brought me to many countries and places over the 20 years we are together. Japan, Austria, Czech, France, Switzerland, Greece, Italy, Croatia, Germany, Norway, Finland, Belgium, Korea, Spain, Morocco, Iceland, Netherlands, Turkey, Argentina, Denmark, Estonia, and Russia. We created a lot of great travel memories and she has many photos captured her happiness moments shared on her Facebook. Her favorite place is Austria Hallstatt from her favorite K-drama Spring Waltz.
It’s unfortunate Tiffany’s life is so short but every moment she lives and brought to my life is precious, meaningful, and beautiful. I’m truly thankful to meet her, marry her, and to support and protect her with all my strength in her last journey. I’m sure she’s watching over those she loves from heaven, and already starting her new travel plan there, so that we can travel again when we meet again. In lieu of monetary help, please consider blood donation to blood bank thinking of Tiffany, as Tiffany went through many blood transfusions to keep her alive, which make us realize the importance of blood donation to help other cancer patients fighting for their life.
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