Luong Ngo

Luong Ngo (Huynh)

February 9, 1929 - June 24, 2020
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Luong Ngo (Huynh) 吴(黄)两)
December 31, 1930 - June 24, 2020

In loving memory of our most beloved Mrs. Luong Ngo.

She was aged 90 (lunar years) and surrounded by loved ones when she passed peacefully on the morning of June 24th, 2020 at her residence.

Born in the Hakka central of Guangdong Province in China, she lived in Dabu County, east of Meizhou City (中国广东州市黄埔区怡园小区). She was the second child and eldest daughter in a family of five siblings. She married her husband and moved to Ban Me Thuot, Vietnam from China to build a new life together.

She was predeceased by her beloved husband of 47 years, 吴枼枫 (Wu Ye Feng); father, 黄先就 (Huynh Tien); mother, 徐塘 (Tu Duong); older brother; daughter, 吴足花 (Zu Hua Ngo); son,无名 (Wu Ming).

Of her four siblings, she is survived by two younger sisters and one younger brother, 黄仕(Huang Shi Ying);黄秀英 (Huang Xiu Ying); 黄捷丰 (Huang Jie Feng).

Luong Ngo was a woman of many strengths and a wonderfully devoted mother to her children. In 1977, with unparalleled courage, along with her husband, she fled the Vietnam War and overcame the trials of the refugee camps, taking her family of 14 children with her to safety. Faced with the challenges of splitting up the family, starting anew in Manchester, England, and eventually, settling in the United States, she was unfaltering every step of the way. Left to cherish her memories are four sons and ten daughters, Kiem Ngo (sp. Thao Ngo); Cuong Ngo (sp. Jenie Ngo); Anny Huynh-Ngo (sp. Henway Huynh); Sally Lam Pho (sp. Jacky Ton Pho); Sue Chang (sp. Kiet Tran); Phung Diep (sp. Suong Diep); Hanh Ngo; Ivy Thi Xuan Choi (sp. James Man Hung Choi); Lisa Choi (sp. deceased Vincent Choi); Sandra Ha (sp. Tony Ha); Mandy Hong (sp. Mau Hong); Thien Ngo (sp. Quyến Ngo); Hung Ngo; Kim Ngo (sp. Taylor Davis).

She was also a very dear and loving “ChaCha” to her many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Her greatest hobby was spending time with them; there was never a moment where she was not by their side.

She is lovingly remembered by her 36 grandchildren: Alan Pho; Amy Choi; Ava Ngo; Calvin Ngo; Chanh Huynh (sp. Irene Huynh); Chinson Huynh; Cindy Moss (sp. Sam Moss); Ethan Davis; Gina Hong; Harry Ha (sp. Quynh Ha); Jayden Davis; Jayson Chi Ngo; Jen Choi; Jenny Thai (sp. Daniel Duong); John Choi; Karen Ha; Kathy Tran; Kit Pho (sp. Kathy Pho); Lilli Pho (sp. Henry Shiu); Lily Choi (sp. Donny Chan); Lina Huynh; Madelyn Davis; May Choi (sp. Chris Ma); Minh Huynh (sp. Vanessa Huynh); Mylan Hsu (sp. Victor Hsu); MyLinh Ngo-Huynh (sp. Geran Huynh); Quy Diep (sp. Hang Nguyen-Xuan); Richard Thai; Sofia Thai; Steven Hong; Thu Ngo (sp. An Luu); Tom Ngo (sp. Sindy Ngo); Tomi Choi; Victoria Choi; Wayne Choi; Will Tran (sp. Christie Tran).

The future of her legacy will be continued by her 15 great-grandchildren: Aidan Ngo; Alyssa Luu, Andrew Huynh; Colin Luu, Hudson Hsu; Jamie Huynh; Katelyn Ngo; Liam Diep; Mason Luu, Melissa Huynh; Nathan Ngo; Nicholas Huynh; Wyatt Diep; Tyrese Huynh; Tyron Huynh.

She was always leading by example. Even at a young age, she was already the forward thinker and resourceful woman that she would be throughout her life. There was never a job that she could not tackle.

We will miss the most gentle and fierce presence in our life.

一生为母, 一世为师。
A mother for life, a teacher for a lifetime.

In lieu of the Covid-19 situation, a private memorial for family will be held at Winford Funerals Southwest (8514 Tybor Drive, HOUSTON, TX 77074). Visitation times will be from June 28, 2020 at 3pm-7pm, June 29, 2020 to July 1, 2020 at 9am-7pm.

Funeral services will be held on July 2, 2020 at 10:30 am. The interment will take place at Forest Park East Cemetery (21620 Gulf Fwy WEBSTER, TX 77598)

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  • Visitation

    Winford Funerals Southwest
    8514 Tybor Drive
    HOUSTON, TX 77074
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    Due to Covid-19, Visitation and Service are limited to Family.

    Private Viewing

    Visitation 1 (Sunday) June 28, 2020

    Visitation 2 (Monday) June 29, 2020

    Visitation 3 (Tuesday) June 30, 2020

    Visitation 4 (Wednesday) July 1, 2020

  • Service

    Thursday, July 2, 2020 | 10:30am
    Thursday, July 2, 2020 10:30am
    Winford Funerals Southwest
    8514 Tybor Drive
    HOUSTON, TX 77074
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Interment

    Forest Park East Cemetery
    21620 Gulf Fwy
    WEBSTER, TX 77598
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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Richard and Minh Nguyen

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To Kim and Ty: Our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. May you be comforted by the love surrounding you. Peace, prayers, and courage.

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Mary Moss

Posted at 03:58pm
Our deepest sympathies to the entire family - Mary & Bill Moss

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With heartfelt condolences - the Moss Family - Mary & Bill Moss, Cindy & Sam Moss, Thomas Moss and Kim Vu

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Sofia Thai

Posted at 12:29pm
Cha Cha was not only my Grandma. She was my second mom, my dad, and my teacher. To her grandkids, she was our nurse when we got sick, our #1 candy supplier, and our 'Get Out of Jail Free' card. To her 14 kids (4 sons, 10 daughters), she was their cheerleader, mediator, and best friend.

Growing up, I've been lucky enough to live with, or next to, Cha Cha for nearly 23 years. My mom has slept next to her in the same bed for as long as I can remember. In Friendswood, our backyards were connected after our family cut a big gap in the fence and built a pathway connecting our back doors. I remember walking over almost every day to eat rice for dinner- where I'd promptly get yelled at, because I wouldn't eat it without a gallon of soy sauce poured on it first.

To echo my other cousins, you can't talk about Cha Cha without talking about eating. "Đi ăn đi" (go eat already) is what she would tell everyone every time we came over. Whenever she said, "Đi ăn đi," (go eat already), it was her way of saying she cared about you. It was her way of taking care of you, even when you were there to take care of her.

I know I've never been anywhere close to being the best grandkid. Growing up with someone can make you blind to the effects of time. Cha Cha has always been so patient with me. She allowed me to make my mistakes and grow from them, and forgave me when I worked to correct them. You'll never know the joy I felt when I heard her say, "Tại sao giỏi quá" (why are you so good now) just last month. I'm sorry it took me so long to wise up, but I'm grateful I got to start changing while you were still with us. I still have so much to learn, but I promise to keep improving for you, Cha Cha.

I know you're happy now with Grandpa, eating corn with all your teeth again and wining card games or jackpots at the slot machine as usual (I still don't know how you always won). Không sao đâu (it's okay) Cha Cha, go enjoy yourself ❤️ You taught us everything you could for us to continue to be our loving, big family and for that, we thank you. You don't have to take care of us anymore Cha Cha, Đi ăn đi (go eat already).

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