Born: Shanghai on 25 May 1924

Passed away: Huntington Beach on 21 April 2016

Aged: 91 years

Funeral Date: 07 May 2016

Service Details

Memorial service to celebrate Katherine Wei's life will be held at Katherine's home church, Irvine Canaan Christian Community Church, at 16808 Armstrong Ave, Irvine, CA 92606, on Saturday, May 7th, 2016, 10:00 AM.
In lieu of flowers, please send your contribution to any of the following Christian Organizations in remembrance of Katherine Wei. May God bless your gift and love!
1. Mexicali Chinese Baptist Church
Pastor Karlson and Fanny
148 N 21st Street, El Centro, CA 92243
(760-336-2543)
Email: [email protected]
2. ECF Inc. Fellowship Orphanage
Avenida de Venceslau de Morais
No. 178- 182
Habitacao Social de Mong Ha Edf.
Mong Sin 2 andar A2
MACAU (phone: 853-2836-5633)
https://www.ecfusa.org/spon.php
3. Spectrum Ministries, Inc.
2610 Galveston St.
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 276-1385
www.spectrumministries.orghttp:/

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Uncle#1 is now celebrating in heaven with his sister. Cheers! No more pain, no more sorrow... Great God of heaven, thank you for life, for joy, for protection, and for promising us a future with You forever. Like uncle and our mom and dad, we will see God's great and glorious dwelling place-and the gates through which His rescued people enter while giving Him thanks and praise... Help us to live with thoughts of Your greatness always on our hearts and minds. (Daily Bread April 1, 2016) Bessie Kuan

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I think of you so often, and I love you very much - my beloved No. 4 Auntie! "The tide recedes, but leaves behind bright seashells on the sand. The sun goes down, but gentle warmth still lingers in the land. The music stops, and yet it echoes on in sweet refrains. For every joy that passes, something beautiful remains. " 四嬤嬤您走了, 但您的慈祥, 善良, 爱心与美德永记我心里! I LOVE YOU! 欽欽 (On Memorial Day )

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Thank you, Cecilia! My mom was always very proud of you. She used to talk about your intelligence, smartness, sweetness, and most of all helpfulness. Thank you for loving my mom. I love you too, sister!

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Happy 92th birthday mommy! The picture of your 90th birthday celebration seemed only yesterday. I miss you terribly mommy. Thank you for being the most important woman of my life. We were planning for another similar birthday celebration for you this year, but... In this midst of missing you, this morning daily bread encouraged me greatly. Daily Bread May 25th 2016, "...I love watching woods awaken every spring, for it reminds me that death is a temporary condition and that its purpose is to prepare for new life, a new beginning, for something even better. John 12:24 'Unless a kernel of wheat falls to the ground and dies, it remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many seeds'. While pollen is a springtime nuisance when it coats my furniture and makes people sneeze, it reminds me that God is in the business of keeping things alive. And after the pain of death, He promises a glorious resurrection for those who believe in His Son. John 11:14-27 ' I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die...'". mommy, I thank God for His promises because I know I will see you and celebrate with you and baba one day. God bless mommy and baba.

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Dearest mommy, It's been 4 weeks since you went to be with your dearest LORD. A lot had happened since the holidays and all of a sudden it stopped 4 weeks ago. In those 4 difficult months, day and night, we saw your resilience fighting the acute illnesses and yet not once you complained. Doctor and nurses said you were a fighter despite your age. They loved you and cheered with you along the way. Through this all, you never lost hope and remain faithful to God. In the early phase of your illness, one day when I was helping you up to eat your lunch, you prayed that if it were God's will to allow you to live a few more years to be with the children and grandchildren. In the later phase in mid April, after you were sent back to ER the 5th time and re-admitted to ICU(room 9), you seemed to know your time was limited on earth. You looked at the four of us each individually with both eyes opened and followed our conversation to you and each others. You could no longer speak but you were alert and calm...As painful as it is for me re-live this whole process, mommy, strangely it is also encouraging to remember your faithfulness, you courage, and God's protection and leading in this last journey of your life on earth. It is a lesson to us all to trust God in and out of seasons, to pray , to give thanks, to love, to enjoy, to hope and to submit. How you fought the good fights of life's treacherous ups and downs and truly lived out the fruit of the Spirit( love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control) is for me and everyone you loved to pattern after. You loved spending time with your children and your friends young and old, and you loved eating out. I am including a mother-and-daughters photo , a typical pose whenever Molly and I took you out for dim sum. Mommy, thank you for the last 25 years living with me in OC. It's a true blessing having you! I will never forget you as you have been part of my adult live. I love you forever! In the past, as I closed the door to leave for work, I would say, "God bless mama..." and I'm still saying the same... Rest in peace, mommy and baba. See you in heaven. your daughter Bessie

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Dear Grandma Wei, Thank you for being there for us when we got married, can't believe it's been 5 years already. I was very blessed to have had the chance to serve tea to you at our tea ceremony. We will treasure those memories forever in our heart! Rest In Peace! Please tell grandma and grandpa I said "Hi" when you see them, and that I miss them a lot :) Love you! Lillian Kim

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Dear Wei Mama,You've been such a part of our lives all these years. We still remember how you rejoiced with us on Ian's first birthday. We will remember you when our second one comes along. She will know about you when she grows up. You are a part of our family.Love,Shixiong, Marybeth, Ian, and Baby Girl

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