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HUI Weng Choon

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HUI DR WENG CHOON 26.2.1930 - 29.8.2020 Loving husband of Sum Lan for 56 years and beloved father of Elaine and John, passed away peacefully at the age of 90. Adored father-in-law to Paul and Pamela, proud grandfather to Chiara, Shannon and Shulynne.

Dad was loving and generous, always smiling, calm, humble, kind and compassionate. Beautiful, treasured and never forgotten friendships and memories. Dad loved his life and life loved him back.

The family sincerely thank the medical staff at Hollywood Hospital Donaldson Ward for their great care and compassion given to Dad.

John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."

Psalm 23:6 "Surely your goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever."

Published 31st Aug to 1st Sep, 2020
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  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Deepest condolences on the passing of Uncle.

    I forever remember the kindness that he had shown to me and my boys when we had the privilege to stay with him and Aunty in Perth many years ago. He was always caring and gentle, with a twinkle in his eyes and a cheerful laugh.

    He will be missed.

    Dear Aunty, John and Pam, may you all find peace and comfort during this difficult time.

    Please take care.

    Friday, 11 September 2020 Submitted online by Cheryl Tay
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    We will surely miss you Choon Sook. I remember the early days at Hui Clinic where we spent some nights playing draughts to pass the hours.

    You have been a great and loving uncle, always having time chatting with us.

    You told me once you have climbed the Great Chinese Wall twice, and that you can claim to be twice a man. Indeed you are twice a man !

    Our deepest condolences to Sam Sum, John and Elaine

    Love, Weng Onn, Chooi Hea, Yi-Wen and Reuben

    Friday, 11 September 2020 Submitted online by Weng Onn Hui
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    With deep condolences and sympathies from the TEH family.

    From Jean, Lip Bin, Pink, Peter, Ling, Michael, Kim and Ian

    Friday, 11 September 2020 Submitted online by Lip Bin Teh
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    It has been a privilege to have been a friend and colleague of Weng Choon over the years.

    He was a gentleman and caring doctor in his lifetime.

    He was always humble, sincere and had time for anyone in need.

    Our sympathies and condolences to Sum Lan, Elaine, Paul and family and Pam, John and family.

    Gaik Ean and Leo Foong.

    Friday, 11 September 2020 Submitted online by Leo Foong
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Dear John, Pam and Shulynne

    Our deepest condolences to you and your family.

    I have known both uncle Hui and aunt when I was studying in Perth 25 years ago. Both of them are great people, full of passion and always ready to give.

    Although uncle Hui is no longer around, those memories will always stay with us.

    Eccelesiastes 3:1-4

    “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; a time to kill and a time to heal; a time to break down and a time to build up; a time to weep and a time to laugh; a time to mourn and a time to dance“

    Mak, Jenny and Lim family.

    Thursday, 10 September 2020 Submitted online by Jenny Lim
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Erika and I send our heartfelt sympathy. The death of Dr Choon is very sad, but we know the many good memories you have of this wonderful man will sustain you in your grief. Good fortune in life is to be blessed with good neighbours. Choon, Lan, John and Elaine were our much loved and gracious neighbours for the many years we lived in Perth. We cherish our memories of this time.

    Con and Erika

    Thursday, 10 September 2020 Submitted online by Conrad Maher
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    A wonderful friend, a caring doctor and one of life's true gentlemen. It has been our privilege and honour to have you as a friend. We will certainly miss you. Condolences to Aunty Sum Lan, Elaine and John and grandchildren. 

    Gregory, Margaret and Mary-Anne Chan

    Thursday, 10 September 2020 Submitted online by Gregory, Margaret And Mary-anne Chan
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    To Sum Lan and family,

    Saddened to learn the passing of Choon Kor. Our heartfelt and deepest condolences to the family.

    From: Larry Moey (cousin) and family in KL

    Thursday, 10 September 2020 Submitted online by Michelle Moey
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    When people have a vision and set out to create something amazing, they have an innocence about them in what lives they will touch and how.

    Although not knowing him well personally, Hui Weng Choon and his co-founders of COBRA have enlightened my life through the places I have visited and more importantly the life long friends I have made…..all from a vision sitting on a bar stool.

    Terima Kasih

    Thursday, 10 September 2020 Submitted online by Craig Brown
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Dr Hui was the Founding President of the Combined Old Boys Rugby Association(COBRA). Apart from being a rugby player par excellence he also contributed immensely to rugby administration in Malaysia.

    In spite of being in Perth he continued to show a keen interest in the affairs of the Club.

    It was an honour for COBRA to have Dr Hui, Mrs Hui and family join us for the club's 50th Anniversary Celebrations in 2017.

    The club will be eternally grateful to him and his fellow founders for their vision which has enabled the club to do so much for rugby over the last 6 decades. They will also be remembered for introducing 10-a-side rugby. In 1967 COBRA hosted the first ever Rugby 10s; still known as the "COBRA 10s".

    His legacy will live on with the Dr Hui Weng Choon challenge trophy he donated for the tournament.

    The Club extends our deepest condolences to Mrs Hui and family on the loss of a great rugby lover, doctor and gentleman.

    May his soul rest in peace.

    Wednesday, 9 September 2020 Submitted online by Tommy Pereira
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Dear Aunty Sum Lan/ Kumpoh,

    Elaine, John and the rest of the family,

    Our deepest condolences on the passing of Uncle Weng Choon (Cheong Kew) /Kao Goong.

    With love from

    Bee Yeow, Mun Yin, Hoong Kin and Chriselle.

    Uncle Weng Choon whom I address as Cheong Kew was my doctor when I was young till he migrated to Perth. He was not only a kind, caring and humble person but a good doctor with a sense of humour too.

    Rest in peace 🙏

    Bee Yeow

    Wednesday, 9 September 2020 Submitted online by Mun Yin Leong
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Dear John and Pam , Our deepest condolences to You and Your Family ... I remember uncle very fondly, particularly when he visited Singapore.. all the great conversations we had ... full of wisdom .. truly a great gentleman... he will be missed dearly and may you find peace and calm, staying strong during this time of sorrow. Take care and God bless . Love, Maung, Jacqueline, Emma and Sean. 2020

    Tuesday, 8 September 2020 Submitted online by Maung Aye
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Deepest condolences to kam moh, Elaine, John and family on the passing of our dear uncle Weng Choon. You are most loved and will always be in our hearts.

    From che che and family.

    Tuesday, 8 September 2020 Submitted online by Wai Gheng Khong
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Our heartfelt condolences to Mrs Hui, Elaine, John, Pam and Shulynne. Dr Hui was a role model and an inspiration to many and his legacy will live on. He will be dearly missed by us and will be cherished in our memories forever. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

    Ken, Penny, Wei Lun and Wei En

    Monday, 7 September 2020 Submitted online by Penny Lim
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Our heartfelt condolence and prayers to Sum Lan and family. Weng Choon, a friend and a gentleman. In the restful arms of Jesus.

    David and Frances

    Monday, 7 September 2020 Submitted online by David Chelvanayagam
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    My Dearest Yee Cheong,

    Yee Cheong (Uncle) was my only uncle when I first came to Australia over forty years ago and I have known him for most of my life. His life has spanned almost a century and it was a life rich with experiences, achievements, activities influences as well as love, happiness and satisfaction. He was an excellent husband, father, an uncle to me, later a father in-law and doting grandfather. He always put his family first and was very protective as well as proud of them. My uncle was astute, caring, generous, benevolent but at the same time, understated, modest and never self indulgent. He was also witty and would sprout jokes at crucial times to the surprise of his company. Yee Cheong was much loved and adored by his family and friends; admired and respected by his peers as well as his patients and also touched many lives with his selfless nature. I as well as many will definitely miss his unique qualities and will cherish the memories of him.

    I would like to extend my deepest condolences to my Yee Yee (Aunty) Sum Lan, Elaine, John, Paul, Pamela, Chiara, Shannon and Shulynne. I hope you will feel solace and comfort in the knowledge that Weng Choon Hui is at peace and now with God. We shall meet again.

    Monday, 7 September 2020 Submitted online by David Chin
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Dr Hui was always a mentor as a gentleman of integrity and a true friend. I always felt uplifted after our coffee chats! We will all keenly miss him. My thoughts are with his family!

    Monday, 7 September 2020 Submitted online by John Hebenton
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    The Dearest of Family Friends.

    This friendship and legacy starts in 1951 when two young men ventured from Malaysia and dared to complete a medical degree in the then exotic and unknown country of Australia (Adelaide, SA).

    There was a determination to pursue and succeed in their chosen endeavours that was seeded from 4 years of Japanese occupied Malaysia during their formative years. A determination that allowed them to see and take opportunity when it presented itself.

    This bond, borne from rooming together for 6 years in St Marks college, was so strong that it branched and captured many other life long friendships along the way; all that continue today.

    Selva (Selvaratnam) and Fred (Easton) with Choon were an inseparable threesome in those earlier years. These three were later to be bonded with John (Retallick) and many more as this unique circle of friends flourished practicing their genuine love of Medicine.

    Uncle Choon, your calming nature and natural generosity lives on thru Aunty Lan, Elaine, John and family. Your legacy from the start of your adventure, all those many years ago, continues through all those that you have touched along the way.

    You are now at peace. The threesome are together again, united in our Lord's great Kingdom, no doubt playing their best loved songs from the famous Music Attic Club.

    Peace be with you...

    The Selvaratnam Family (Sylvia, Jenny, Andy and Debs)

    Monday, 7 September 2020 Submitted online by Andrew Selvaratnam
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Our deepest condolences to Auntie Sum Lan, Ee Lin, John and family on the passing of Uncle Weng Choon, a most kind hearted person who has touched the lives of many people. Uncle Weng Choon will be missed but he always live in our hearts.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Stay strong.

    Wai Cheong and Wai Lin.

    Sunday, 6 September 2020 Submitted online by Wai Cheong Khong
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    I first met Dr. Hui in 1994 on a flight from Hong Kong to San Fran when he was travelling with his lovely wife; and my best buddy, John. Over the years, I got to know him as a proud father, loving father-in-law and doting grandfather. He was a distinguished gentleman with no airs but full of humility and kindness. An awesome speaker with sharp wit and wicked sense of humour. My fondest memories were of him hosting my family on our visits to Perth. He will be sorely missed by me and mine family. Our deepest condolences to Mrs Hui, Elaine and family, John, Pam, Shulynne.

    Sunday, 6 September 2020 Submitted online by Tom Lee
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Our deepest condolences to Sum Lan, Elaine, John and family. We grieve with you on the loss of our dear dear friend. We have known him for 55 years. I was with him in the founding Exco of COBRA (he was President). Then he was our family doctor in Perth. We continued our friendship after his retirement. A gentleman par excellence. May God bless his soul and comfort his family.

    Siew Koon, Katherine and Kong Eng, David

    Saturday, 5 September 2020 Submitted online by Kong Eng Gan
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Sadly missed colleague and friend. Sad to see you go. May you RIP.

    Saturday, 5 September 2020 Submitted online by Khai Yuen Tang
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    May your sorrows soon become sweet memories.

    Lotsaluv, RoseMarie Borlong Twu

    Saturday, 5 September 2020 Submitted online by Rose/marie Twu
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Choon ‘Kau Fu’

    My doctor and uncle who looked after and treated me when I was a baby through to my teenage years. Until you and your family moved to Perth and I to Sydney.

    You have been a doctor of the universe and your empathy, compassion, nurturing and caring nature shown through like a bright beaming light!

    Even when you were back in hospital for treatment (which I found out later from Elaine) that you had ulcers in your mouth and had trouble talking but you still took the trouble to return my call and did not indicate how serious your condition was. You sounded very calm during our short tele conversation on the phone and I will treasure that last chat with you forever.

    I will miss our regular tele conversation over the many years. And especially on our favourite Team - Wallabies. It is time for you to finally and deservedly get to rest and have some peace for yourself as you have continuously work to treat and look after numerous patients during your journey on earth.

    My regret is not being able to make the planned trip to Perth with my family to visit you earlier this year due to the border closure.

    But we know that your great legacy will live on through Sum Lan ‘Kam Mo’, Elaine, John and your grandchildren. And that they will continue the fantastic job you have done for mankind.

    You had also worked until your retirement at an age where many will be moaning and groaning with aches and pains and other numerous ailments. But you made the decision and continued to heal and to treat many unselfishly. With this my uncle, friend and doctor. Farewell and RIP

    Friday, 4 September 2020 Submitted online by Albert Tengsiew Khoo
  • HUI (Weng Choon):

    Dr Hui was my doctor since my early childhood. I remember he was the only doctor I would see without fear as a boy, and the only one who was able to give me injections without resistance from me. Till today I still remember my patient file number at his clinic. Later in life he became a friend too. As an adult I have grown to respect him for his kindness, wisdom, gentleness and fatherly figure. He will be greatly missed now.

    Friday, 4 September 2020 Submitted online by Weng Choon Chew
  • HUI (Weng Choon): 

    My dearest Yee Cheong

    I am so sorry I did not have a chance to be at your side these past weeks to hold your hand again and hear your calm and loving voice, listen to your sound and wise advice, hear your hearty laugh and bask in your great generosity, strength and deep love. I love you so much and miss you even more ... I will always have you in my heart to relive all our moments together... your reassuring smile and love ... ... forever with me ... I love you Yee Cheong..

    Friday, 4 September 2020 Submitted online by Evelyn Chin
  • HUI (WENG CHOON)

    A kind and gentle man. A blessing to all who have shared your life's journey. Deepest sympathy to Sum Lan, Elaine, John and families. Love Norman, Deanie and families. R I P.

    Wednesday, 2 September 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • HUI (WENG CHOON)

    Choon was my best friend. He made an indelible imprint on our family with his wonderful temperament, humility, generosity and kindness - as a Doctor, dear friend and member of our community. He treated everyone equally, respectfully and with decency. Our love to his devoted wife, Lan and exceptional children John and Elaine and their respective families.

    Peter and Marie Smith and family

    Wednesday, 2 September 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • HUI WENG CHOON To dear Aunty Sum Lan, Elaine, John and families. We are truly saddened by the passing of Uncle Weng Choon, one of life's finest gentlemen. May he rest in peace. With love and condolences from Peggy, Bing and kids

    Wednesday, 2 September 2020 Published in The West Australian

  • HUI (WENG CHOON)

    Our heartfelt sympathy to Sum Lan, Elaine, John and their families on the sad loss of Weng Choon. He was a wonderful friend. We have many happy memories of holidays and meals together. He will be sadly missed.

    Philip and Margaret Soh

    Wednesday, 2 September 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • HUI WENG CHOON A privilege to have had such a wonderful neighbour and friend for 26 years. We will greatly miss him. Our sympathy to Lan, John, Elaine and their families.

    Jill, Tony, Robert, Jacqui and Oliver Morgan

    Wednesday, 2 September 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • HUI (DR CHOON) FAMC

    Dearest friend, our best man, Doctor. Our love to his family.

    Lois and John Retallick and Alex, Ros and Sara.

    Tuesday, 1 September 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • HUI (WENG CHOON)

    Heartfelt condolences to Sum Lan, Elaine and John on their sad loss of Weng Choon, our long time close friend. He will be deeply missed. Irene, William Ng and Family.

    Tuesday, 1 September 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • HUI (DR WENG CHOON)

    FAMC

    Dearly loved friend of Fred (dec) and Julie and of the Easton and Evans families. Wise and caring doctor, committed Christian, steadfast and generous friend. Deepest sympathy to Sum Lan, Elaine, John, David and their families.

    Tim 2: 7-8 I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.

    Tuesday, 1 September 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • HUI WENG CHOON Condolences and deepest sympathies to wife Hui Sum Lan and children Elaine and John.

    Weng Choon was a founder and great teacher of medical acupuncture to all of us at the Australian Medical Acupuncture College.

    He will be sadly missed

    Monday, 31 August 2020 Published in The West Australian

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