Chi Kong Ly

October 10, 1944 - October 15, 2020
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  Chi Kong Ly, age 82, was born in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He was the fourth born of 6 children to his parents, Ly Wing Jou and Lau Sai Lan. His father passed away when he was young, and he took care of his mom. He was an entrepreneur at an early age and knewContinue Reading

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Helen Lee left a message on October 24, 2020:
Dear Siov, I am so sorry for the loss of your dad. My deepest condolences to you and your family. It is so hard to lose a parent. I hope that all the wonderful memories will heal the sadness that you are feeling. Take care, Helen
Matt left a message on October 24, 2020:
Hi Siov Bouy, Siov K and Uy, I’m so very shocked and sorry to hear about your Dad. Thinking of all of you during this time. My deepest condolences from me and my family.
MARK D DIXON, MD left a message on October 23, 2020:
I was young when Chi Kong and his family moved to Farwell, Michigan. I loved the small meat pies the Koy Hour made and remember she gave me a whole bread wrapper full one time. Their youngest was nine months when they arrived. They were a brave and kind family. Many prayers to those who remain for joyful and happy lives!
Steve and Marsha Manuel left a message on October 22, 2020:
Koy Hour, Siov Kheng, Siov Bouy and Uy Seng, Even though we have not connected for decades, it does not mean we have forgotten you. For us, there is a deep heart connection established when you share the love of Jesus with your “church family”. And we remember all of you as members of our “church family” in Berkeley. We remember with much love the smiles, hugs, and laughter we received from Uy Seng, Siov Bouy and Siov Kheng every Sunday. I loved the mint chip milkshakes Koy Hour made at their ice cream shop. And we both recall the excellent work Chi Kong did remodeling our kitchen and repairing some earthquake damage in our home...and Uy Seng helped his Dad! Marsha and I remember Chi Kong with great respect, administration and love. He was quick to smile, eager to help, and discerning of people. There is no question Chi Kong had great love for his family and it is that great love that makes him a great man. Our love and prayers are with and for the Ly family...our “Berkeley Church” family. Steve and Marsha Manuel
Teresa O’Keeffe left a message on October 21, 2020:
Dearest Siov and family, I read the story of Chi Kong Ly’s life - what an amazing life adventure- and I know there was so much more to tell. Words are not enough! But what is evident is the life he built and the family he loved. He lives in your hearts, even if it feels like a big hole right now. You are not alone. May you be comforted by each other’s presence. Love, Teresa
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Karen DeGannes left a message on October 21, 2020:
Dear Siov, May you and your family find solace in your Dad's memory, especially the joyful ones. From reading his obituary, he lived a truly remarkable life and touched the lives of many others for the better. It is also abundantly clear that he loved you all deeply. I extend heartfelt condolences to you, your family and all who mourn his passing. Sending you a big virtual hug!
Won and Palm Aksomboon left a message on October 20, 2020:
In memory of Chi Kong Ly, Won and Palm Aksomboon lit a candle
Won and Palm Aksomboon left a message on October 20, 2020:
Dear Ly Family, We offer our sincerest condolences for your loss. A person's measure is not in the wealth and possessions they have accumulated, but the impact they have had on the people they encounter. While we cannot claim to know anyone as well as we would like to, it is abundantly clear that Mr. Ly was a great individual with even the most cursory look at the family he leaves behind. His legacy lives on through them and we consider ourselves fortunate for the privilege of our having our lives intersect no matter briefly. We shall keep the Ly family in our thoughts and know that you will persevere in these trying times.
Marla and Rick left a message on October 20, 2020:
In memory of Chi Kong Ly, Marla and Rick lit a candle
Marla and Rick left a message on October 20, 2020:
Dear Ly Family - Our hearts share with you the sadness of your loss of husband, father, father-in-law, grandfather, uncle, brother-in-law and more. We have loved your family since you first moved to Oakland in 1983. We hold so much respect for your Dad and Mom - the challenges they faced, their strong commitment to and love for family, how hard they worked to create a future for you all. Your Dad - so calm and wise, so talented, so determined, such strong convictions about what was right. We have many reminders in our home of his commitment to excellence in his craftsmanship. We always said there simply did not seem to be anything he could not do, and do beautifully. What an honor to have those reminders around us! We will always remember your Dad and be grateful that our lives paths crossed and what we have learned from that experience. Our hearts are with you in your mourning. Hoping you will find peace knowing that his love for you all and his legacy is how he lives on for you to hold and treasure. God bless you all.
Elissa Lee left a message on October 20, 2020:
My condolences to Siov Bouy and to your family, especially your mother. Having a loss in the family can be tough, but always remember, your father left something behind—something wonderful and meaningful—a legacy, a life, and a family. Once a person is gone, they are truly never gone even if they pass because they’ll always live in your heart no matter where you go and no matter where you are. Even if the years go by, there will never be a chance where you’ll ever forget him. So keep on going and living because I’m sure that’s what he would’ve wanted too.
Sunset View Mortuary left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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