Alex Yin (尹榆)
  • Date of passing: Mar 6, 2013
Let the memory of Alex be with us forever

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Alex Yin, . We will remember him forever.
The facebook page for remembering Alex is at: 

First, thank you all for your support to Alex’s family. As many of you have heard, Alex Yin, age 43, graduated from department of physics, Fudan University, passed away on March 6th, 2013. He was diagnosed with metastasized stomach cancer, which left him with merely 2 weeks before his passing. Alex is survived by his wife, Lei, and their 3 children: 12-year old boy, 10-year old boy and 18-month old girl. This sudden event left a tremendous tragedy for the family, as Lei is a house-wife and their 12 year old boy also suffers from Autism.

尹榆, 毕业于复旦大学物理系88级,43岁,于2013年3月6日因胃癌晚期去世。从确诊到去世仅仅2周的时间。尹榆的太太没有工作,他们的三个小孩分别为12岁,10岁和18个月。其中最大的小孩患有自闭症(Autism)。 

We, the committee of Alex Yin’s friends at Qualcomm, has worked with American Chinese Culture and Education Foundation (ACCEF) setup an education foundation for Yin’s family to accept donation. We would like to thank all the people who worked over the weekend helping finalize the process and details of this foundation.

We want our love and care can help Yin’s three children grow to their full potential.

Thank you for your support

Committee of Alex Yin’s Friends at Qualcomm

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Lily Kang on 6th March 2015

"时间的流逝并不能冲刷掉一切,有更多的东西沉淀下来了。忘不了,也不想忘,那过去的一点一滴。夜深人静最难耐,记忆无比清晰。 .....女儿长大了许多,不曾问起过你。却会自己编一些小故事,故事里有爸爸,有妈妈,有哥哥们,一家人齐齐整整。"

This tribute was added by Lily Kang on 4th September 2014


This tribute was added by Lily Kang on 31st July 2014


This tribute was added by Gloria sue on 7th April 2014




This tribute was added by Gloria sue on 21st March 2013



This tribute was added by 李 俭 on 18th March 2013


This tribute was added by Raymond Smith on 16th March 2013

"Alex was an respected engineer, dedicated to his teammates and the audio team. I'm amazed and grateful for the effort he spent completing open work assignments without letting on that he was in pain or there were serious problems. It's rare to find that level of dedication and devotion to teammates in any walk of life. I'm profoundly moved by the positive impact he made to so many lives."

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