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Mai Ngoc Fong

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Mai Ngoc Fong

Place of birth: Thu Duc, Vietnam

Mai Ngọc Fong was born on May 26, 1959 to Hùng Em Tiêu and Tuổi Thị Tang in Thu Duc, Vietnam. She departed this life to be in heaven on November 30, 2015 at the age of 56.

Growing up, Mai excelled in her studies. She graduated at the top of her high school class at Duc Duc High School in Bin Hoa, Vietnam and was one of only a handful of students in her graduating class admitted to college. She had a keen interest in dentistry, but eventually started her career in accounting.

In 1979, Mai and her family were sponsored to immigrate to the United States by the First Baptist Church of Springfield, Missouri. Soon after, she dedicated her life to Jesus Christ and met her future husband, Vincent.

Mai was truly blessed by God. She will always be remembered for her wonderful sense of humor, strength, courage and loving heart. One of the best examples of her perseverance came during a time when she was diagnosed and beat stage four cancer at age 35.

She devoted her life to her husband and children unconditionally. Mai Ngọc Fong was the eldest of six children. She is survived by her parents; Hùng Em Tiêu and Tuổi Thị Tang; her loving husband, Vincent Fong; her children, Thomas, Tiffany, and Timothy; 2 grandchildren; and many loving relatives and friends.

Funeral Notice Detail

Family and friends are invited to attend Mai’s Memorial Service on Saturday, December 5, 2015. The information is shown below.

A viewing will start at 12:30PM and the service will begin at 1:30PM.

Flowers are welcome, though the family prefers memorial contributions to the Community Baptist Church of San Jose (http://www.cbcsj.org) or BSF, where Mai was a long-time member.

A Memorial Service will be held at

Lima & Campagna Mortuary Sunnyvale

1315 Hollenbeck Avenue

Sunnyvale , CA 94087

On: Dec 05, 2015 — At: 1:30 PM

1 Response

  • Patrick Cho On

    God bless you.


    We are thinking of your family and offering prayers on your behalf. May the Lord be your comfort and strength during this incredibly difficult time. "The LORD is my strength and my shield; My heart trusts in Him, and I am helped; Therefore my heart exults, And with my song I shall thank Him" (Psa 28:7). With our deepest sympathy and love, Pastor Patrick, Christine, Eden and Ezra Cho Lighthouse Bible Church, San Diego

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