ForeverMissed
感謝您來參訪麥華雄先生的線上紀念館,他是我們摯愛的丈夫、兄弟、父親、退休公務員、朋友和主內弟兄。我們創建了這個網站,以便家人和朋友可以一起在這裏分享與他的回憶和照片。我們歡迎您在網頁上的“故事(STORIES)”部分中,寫有關對他的任何感言和故事。我們也希望您可以在“相簿集(GALLERY)”與我們分享的您想分享的任何照片或視頻。若您想留言,請在下方“致敬(Leave a Tribute)” 的地方寫下您的信息。

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Thank you for visiting the online memorial of Daniel Mak, our beloved husband, brother, father, retired civil servant, friend, and brother in Christ. We created this site so family and friends could share memories and pictures of him all in one place. We welcome you to add any reflections and stories of him in the "Stories" section above. We'd also love to see any photos or videos you wish to share in the "Gallery" section above. If you'd like to leave a short message, please "Leave a Tribute" below.

As many of you know, Daniel cared for his community deeply working 20+ years in civil service spanning multiple government departments. He continued to volunteer his time upon retiring when he was in Canada with Sowers Action helping the disadvantaged realize their rights to education, as well as in Hong Kong with Wah Yan alumni by establishing English tutoring programs for the underprivileged in Tin Shui Wai to equip children with better opportunities for the future. He cared for others and found deep joy serving people, and he was always present to give support to those who were in need. We will miss him always, but we are so thankful for the rich relationships and community he had in Hong Kong, Canada, Singapore, and all parts of the world. God bless you, and thank you for adding your memories to this site and celebrating his life with us.

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Posted by Katie Mak on March 27, 2021
Dear Uncle Daniel,

TC and I are very saddened by your passing. We are sorry that we couldn’t attend your funeral.

Thankfully, we got a chance to be your host for a couple days when you visited San Francisco for WYIC in 2017. We really admire your kindness and determination. Thank you for sharing your experience and stories with us. We will always remember your teachings.

We are grateful to have an uncle we can learn from and look up to. You will be dearly missed.

RIP
Posted by Henry Tong on March 22, 2021
"艱險我奮進,困乏我多情。" 小弟的一位中學中文老師常以之自我鞭策的兩句新亞書院校歌,我想亦可借用為華雄兄近年在推行天水圍區義教英文計劃的寫照:經他的感召,在籌備的初期我亦曾參與其事,出席他與該區學校的教職員面談,一起探討新移民和弱勢社群學生在修習英文的困難,亦了解到計劃在經費和資源上的限制,以及學生家長對我們的信任問題;鑑於每期三個月祇得八堂,我們的目標主要是提起同學們對主動學習英文(特別是在發音及以英語對答方面)的興趣,而我本人亦有加入首期的義教工作,再度執起已放下多年的教鞭(註: 我曾在大學畢業後任教中學生物科兩年,之後才轉攻會計專業及加入政府的);我們一群非正式的「華仁仔老師」,各自發揮創意,不拘一格 ,除了原有計劃提供的教材外,亦利用電腦 YouTube 播放英文歌和朗讀報紙英文稿等,一切但求能引起學生的共鳴,讓他們覺得英文是與現實生活相關的,學懂聽講英語可以擴闊他們的視野和升學的機會;我們並且跟隨華雄兄的提示,間中與學生分享人生經驗(我幼時家境清貧)及如何逆境求進等,讓他們明白到他們現時英文程度偏低的情況是可以經由自身的努力改變過來的,最重要的是切勿輕言放棄……

另外,華雄兄在08年組織「華仁一家」渣馬長跑隊為母校籌款方面亦起領導作用(哈哈!小弟亦有勉力陪跑十公里的),經數年的積極推動,這項目至今已成為華仁每年籌募最多捐獻的活動,對仍在學的師弟大有裨益也!

願華雄兄一路走好!


香港華仁書院'71班 唐偉光同學
Posted by Henry Tong on March 21, 2021
華雄無疑是華仁門下,最優秀學子之一。他在教育界貢獻良多,尤其是在天水圍無私地奉獻,令成千上萬的莘莘學子受惠,更無出其右,為人樂道。現蒙主寵召,必定已在天庭接獲更重大使命。為此,為他誠心祈禱。

香港華仁書院'71班 張文燊老師
Posted by Anthony Kwan on March 20, 2021
收到 Daniel 去世的消息,我和 Ms Fu都非常難過。希望Daniel親人節哀順變。感謝你百忙中通知。

再次感謝大家天水圍的無私奉獻。

朱國華校長
湯國華中學

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Posted by Anthony Kwan on March 20, 2021
I am very sorry to hear about the loss of Daniel.

Please also express our students' and teachers' deepest sympathy to Daniel's family. Daniel will deeply be missed.


Best regards,

Principal Lui
JC Eduyoung College

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Posted by Anthony Kwan on March 20, 2021
It is extremely sad to hear the bad news.

On behalf of the students and our School, we would like to show our heartfelt gratitude to Daniel for his utmost contribution and devoted effort on us. It is him to change the life of our students. We will never forget his great spirit and attitude.

May God bless him and his whole family.

with best regards,

Principal Yuen and Carol
Caritas Tuen Mun Marden Foundation Secondary School

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Posted by Anthony Kwan on March 20, 2021
回想那時自己還是讓人發笑的英文文盲,在老師鼓勵下參加了華仁英文班 [Tin Shui Wai English Tutorial Project]。沒想到,世上還有不求報酬地向學生展示英文樂趣的人。那時我亦得知他們不是學校的老師,而是一群熱心的人。在班上,我們聚在一起,吃著小食,聽著音樂。一句「讓我們一起看看歌詞」,這說話使我不如以往般,只聽旋律而不理會歌詞意思,而是可貴地了解著當中的含意。即使還是一個蘋果都不會串的中學生,但那時光,仍是享受。

在談到日常英語時,口中能說出一句「啊!我看過輕鐵上emergency的字眼。」仍深深記著。更沒料到,這英文班成為我的人生轉捩點。當下課準備離開時,一隻手向我伸來。「Ken 你如果有決心要追英文的話,我可以幫你。」 回想起那時就像演戲和熱血的故事般,從而開始了與這位良師益友一起在英語上拼搏。

如今即使我仍沒有一口流利讓人讚嘆的英語,但那時我由一個英文文盲與大學無緣的人,兩年間成為了一個英語合格並能入讀大學的學生。拿起現在手中香港浸會大學的學生證,心情大概只能形容成經歷拼搏後,在山上回望的感受。真的,很感激華仁英文班 [Tin Shui Wai English Tutorial Project] 的出現,很感激Daniel Mak Sir創辦了這英文班。成就了一位少年不一樣的人生。


萬鈞伯裘書院校友 陳栢朗(Ken)

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Posted by Anthony Kwan on March 20, 2021
In fond memories of Mr. Mak Wah Hung, Daniel, founder and co-ordinator of Tin Shui Wai English Tutorial Project.


We, the teachers, parents and students of Man Kwan Pak Kau College, would like to express our deepest sorrow and regret about Mr. Mak’s demise.


Starting from 2015, our students have participated in the Tin Shui Wai English Project organized by Wah Yan Alumni. This is such a meaning Project in which our students gained a lot and got great improvement in their English level with the support by Wah Yan tutors. We really appreciate Mr. Mak’s full support on this Project. With his great care and encouragement for our students, Mr. Mak always demonstrated his professionalism and positive attitude to the younger generation.


Mr. Mak was knowledgeable and conscientious. His professional attitude towards work, his enthusiasm for education, his care and encouragement for our students do worth our great respect. We would like to express our deepest condolences to Mr. Mak’s demise and also show our greatest gratitude for his selfless contribution on the Tin Shui Wai English Tutorial Project and his devotion to education.



Wong Wing Tung

Principal of Man Kwan Pak Kau College

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Posted by Cheuk Lun Lo on March 20, 2021
First of all, my sympathy for Joyce being unable to attend significant events
at home while overseas. I had similar experience in my younger days.

My backgate mate : Mak Wah Hung
Of course we all missed you.
Not many people know of the back gate of Wah Yan.
I cannot be sure when I first met "Monkey". I am almost sure it was
at the back gate . Most of us at Wah Yan will leave after lessons through
the long and winding front road,I was introduced to use the backgate by
Daniel. It got me home 10 minutes quicker.
Daniel was probably my "closest friend" during my Wah Yan days.
We literally only lived about 200 meters from each other at Lockhart Road,Wanchai.
Very often we would have left school together after lessons through the
streets of Wanchai after using the quicker back gate. Sometimes ,we would
stop and eat some street food on the way home. Finally,we would have parted at the junction of Obrien Road and Lockhart Road and said see you
tomorrow.
With the name Daniel ,I thought he was Baptised long ago.
Only found it was quick recent.
I hope someday,I will meet up with my old classmate at the front gate of
Heaven.
P.S. I admire him with the effort he put in for whoever that needs help
in front of him.
"I am sending him some comfort pictures from the Bible each day giving him hopefully some warmth n support since not many of his family n friends are around him." This is what he was doing for one of the Wah Yah boys who is
very sick ( in Australia) and Daniel was very sick himself.
Posted by Stephen Mak on March 19, 2021
多謝各位親戚朋友,主內嘅弟兄姊妹,參加我爸爸麥華雄弟兄嘅逾越聖祭。

我爸爸麥華雄弟兄,係一位樂於助人嘅好好先生。爸爸無論係家庭,工作,同社區服務入面,都為我同妹妹樹立咗好多好嘅榜樣。今日我想同大家分享,我喺爸爸身上學到嘅優點。

爸爸喺50年代出生。同好多香港人一樣,都係生活係物質貧乏嘅年代。爸爸係細個嘅時候就,已經好努力讀書,因為佢知道「知識改變命運」呢個道理。

由於家庭經濟問題,爸爸喺香港華仁預科畢業後,就直接投身社會工作,投考公務員。

無論對工作,或對媽媽,爸爸嘅態度都係從一而終。雖然好多人都話公務員係「鐵飯碗,唔使憂」,但係爸爸對工作同學習從來都冇怠慢過。仍然不斷努力。喺八七年獲得政府保送去英國培訓一年之後,佢亦都係九五年完成咗公共事務管理碩士,一嚐帶四方帽嘅滋味。

係屋企,爸爸係我小時候最鍾意同我講故事,氹我瞓覺。爸爸最鍾意同我分享嘅故事係「拙筆和巧筆」,去鼓勵我讀書同做事都要不斷努力,去改善自己。對妹妹亦都疼愛有加。妹妹小時候唔俾心機食飯,爸爸都會好有耐性咁一啖一啖咁餵妹妹食飯,直到佢食完為止,確保妹妹身體健康。臨近九七年爸爸為咗我同妹妹可以接受更好嘅教育,佢犧牲咗同媽媽嘅相處時間,安排咗媽媽帶我同妹妹去加拿大生活同學習,自己一個人繼續喺香港默默工作。

爸爸最終喺2003年退休,離開喺政府總行政主任嘅工作,移居溫哥華,同我哋一家團聚。但係佢仍然退而不休,參與溫哥華苗圃行動,為中國大陸貧窮山區嘅小朋友籌款興建學校,令小朋友唔需要每日翻山越嶺咁返學。亦都希望佢哋喺長大後,憑着知識,可以改善自己同屋企人嘅生活。除此之外,爸爸喺2015年亦都同華仁舊生會嘅一班學兄學弟,為天水圍嘅基層家庭學生,舉辦義教英語。爸爸認為每一個人喺社會上,都有佢嘅位置同角色。每一個人都要努力認真咁完成佢嘅職責。所以就算爸爸嘅打字技巧依然停留喺「螳螂拳」嘅階段,佢每日晚飯後仍然會好努力咁寫email同埋準備教材,去為義工嘅事兒盡力。

爸爸由領洗都回歸天家,雖然只有10個多月,但係領洗前佢都會同媽媽一齊番聖多默宗徒堂參與彌撒,亦都會參與堂區活動。其實爸爸當年喺溫哥華時每個星期都會到列治文加殉堂參與彌撒,同當時嘅朱達璋神父亦都係波友,經常參加堂區義務。佢對堂區義務嘅參與程度,令到朱神父同其他教友,當時都以為佢已經係領咗洗嘅弟兄。

係爸爸身上睇到 ,人生嘅旅程不在乎長短 。最重要嘅係懂得愛家庭,家人,朋友和關愛社會。善用天父俾佢嘅"塔冷通"。雖然宜家同爸爸分離,但我相信呢個只係暫別。他朝我哋都會喺天國再遇。
Posted by Jane Tang on March 19, 2021
My Dear Father-in-law,

I m very grateful to be part of the Mak’s family as your daughter-in-law. 

Over countless conversations at our dinner table, I had come to know you were a very kind and caring man. You were always very generous to those less fortunates in the time of need. Despite you were undergoing cancer treatments, you were still there for me before and after my surgery. I was very worried about you driving in your condition but you confidently told me you could without a single doubt. You always did and gave us your best effort. I am very proud of your kindness, courage, and strength! 

Thank you for being a great role model and a wonderful dad for my husband and myself. We will remember all your wise guidance deep in our heart.

We know you are now watching and protecting us from above. Gone but never forgotten. Our memories will always bring back you.

R.I.P
Posted by Rachel Sato on March 19, 2021
Uncle, it was so lovely to meet you and your family that time at Clarke Quay TungLok. Through your daughter, I’ve seen your life’s work of dedication to helping others and standing for what you believed in. Thank you for welcoming my husband and I to the table that night and making us feel so welcomed. As in Heaven I know our good Father welcomes you to sit at His table. May your good work and legacy continue to live on. God bless your beautiful family with love, courage and strength.
Posted by Dawn Lessoway on March 18, 2021
I only met your father a few times but he left a powerful impression on me: caring and yet powerful and ready with a smile or joke (excellent Dad jokes as I remember). Determined and hardworking, he managed to keep in mind what was really important for his children and for many others in his community. He had a memorable smile and presence and I’m so sorry to hear that you have lost your Father, Joyce. Big hug to you and best wishes of health to all your family. ❤️
Posted by M Luk on March 18, 2021
Uncle, Im am very sad about your passing.  It was so sudden, but I am glad you had a happy life and your family was with you at the very end.  I am thankful to have seen you in Hong Kong back in 2018 for Joyce's birthday.  You will be missed dearly and live on in our hearts and memories.  Rest in peace Uncle.
Posted by Stephen Mak on March 18, 2021
10件和爸爸一起做的樂事:
1)年幼時聽爸爸說中國神話故事
2)爸爸給我冚被時弄掉了乳齒
3)爸爸早上送我返學,並一起吃早餐
4)陪爸爸在車上等媽媽放工
5)  爸爸教我玩scrabble, mastermind, 捉棋
6)爸爸來醫院探望我
7)和爸爸去吃自助餐
8)和爸媽去澳門旅行,爸爸很滿意酒店房間
9) 和爸爸一起看C朗踢波
10)看爸爸領洗
Posted by Jackie Chung on March 18, 2021
As far as i can remember, 契爺 was a very clever man. A man of discipline, sense of humor, compassion, and warmth. I remember you once jokingly said “哈哈! 未死得” after sneezing non-stop for a good 30 seconds. He never fail to amaze us with his witty replies and quick thinking. Thank you for all those joyous memories you brought to me and my family in both Hong Kong and Vancouver. Your memories will continue to live among us, and your warmth and compassion will continue to inspire us. Goodbye for now
Posted by Helen Lok on March 17, 2021
It has been a huge privilege to have known Daniel - it is as if he was sent by God to lead me down the path of serving Tin Shui Wai (TSW) students and more. He was single-minded and totally focussed in his purpose, and that was an important factor, I think, in rallying the support from Wah Yan alumni and friends for the TSW project. The purity and simplicity of his thoughts and mind are exemplary of Christian’s service leadership, which is to put our service targets first. I am sure those of us who have been blessed by his leadership will continue from where he left behind. May God’s blessings be with him and his family now and forever.
Posted by Shu Chuen Li on March 17, 2021
I am really lost for words for the very sudden departure of a very dear friend. I can only say that I regret that I did not say thank you to Daniel for his selfless and tremendous contribution to linking our classmates together and his services to the disadvantaged and less fortunate. Surely, God will award him abundantly in heaven!
Posted by Vivian Lai on March 17, 2021
永遠懷念親愛的三兄

誰說生死兩茫茫
曾記否耳提面命,循循又善誘
立榜樣,樹明燈,領我走,
惜兄今朝天家去
問蒼天,手足情深能忘否?
但願一枕夢裹常聚首
我兄音容,仍依舊


        五弟,弟媳
                                          鞠躬
Posted by Winnie Woo on March 16, 2021
認識麥華雄已有43年光景,他是我兒子及女兒的契爺,亦是我家中的老朋友。他给我们全家的印像是幽默風趣,談笑風生,人缘甚佳,圓滑流蜴,分析力强,領導才能出眾。有他在的地方充滿欢笑,绝無冷場。他年少時,可称為出名品牌愛妻号的好丈夫。他夫婦—唱—和,甚是绝配,我們各人樂在其中,捧腹哈哈大笑!
在美国這27年当中,每談到契爺,孩子们常拿他的金句對話出耒,甚是佩服契爺的幽默風趣,至今未忘,他是我倆兒的偶像。
他们倆夫婦常為对方着,現在雖然他行先—步,為的在天堂預備—切佳美給他的令—半,他現在多消遙自在,在無眼涙無痛苦無疾病的天家与天父—起生活,放下地上勞苦重擔,可喜!
在地上的不久將耒,我们會在天家再聚首—堂,後會終有期!

致敬愛的麥華雄大佬
Posted by Regine Tan on March 11, 2021
RIP, Daniel. Thanks so much for your kindness to our students.
Posted by Carmen Law on March 11, 2021
I am writing on behalf of the students of Jockey Club Man Kwan Eduyoung College, who had joined the English Tutorial Programs to send our deepest thanks to Daniel! Daniel showed our students that a meaningful life is not being rich or highly educated , it is all about being caring and helpful when you have the abilities to help others who are in need!
Posted by PUI YAN LEUNG on March 11, 2021
RIP, Daniel. May God keep u. Thanks so much for your kindness to our students. You are a role model for us.

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Posted by Katie Mak on March 27, 2021
Dear Uncle Daniel,

TC and I are very saddened by your passing. We are sorry that we couldn’t attend your funeral.

Thankfully, we got a chance to be your host for a couple days when you visited San Francisco for WYIC in 2017. We really admire your kindness and determination. Thank you for sharing your experience and stories with us. We will always remember your teachings.

We are grateful to have an uncle we can learn from and look up to. You will be dearly missed.

RIP
Posted by Henry Tong on March 22, 2021
"艱險我奮進,困乏我多情。" 小弟的一位中學中文老師常以之自我鞭策的兩句新亞書院校歌,我想亦可借用為華雄兄近年在推行天水圍區義教英文計劃的寫照:經他的感召,在籌備的初期我亦曾參與其事,出席他與該區學校的教職員面談,一起探討新移民和弱勢社群學生在修習英文的困難,亦了解到計劃在經費和資源上的限制,以及學生家長對我們的信任問題;鑑於每期三個月祇得八堂,我們的目標主要是提起同學們對主動學習英文(特別是在發音及以英語對答方面)的興趣,而我本人亦有加入首期的義教工作,再度執起已放下多年的教鞭(註: 我曾在大學畢業後任教中學生物科兩年,之後才轉攻會計專業及加入政府的);我們一群非正式的「華仁仔老師」,各自發揮創意,不拘一格 ,除了原有計劃提供的教材外,亦利用電腦 YouTube 播放英文歌和朗讀報紙英文稿等,一切但求能引起學生的共鳴,讓他們覺得英文是與現實生活相關的,學懂聽講英語可以擴闊他們的視野和升學的機會;我們並且跟隨華雄兄的提示,間中與學生分享人生經驗(我幼時家境清貧)及如何逆境求進等,讓他們明白到他們現時英文程度偏低的情況是可以經由自身的努力改變過來的,最重要的是切勿輕言放棄……

另外,華雄兄在08年組織「華仁一家」渣馬長跑隊為母校籌款方面亦起領導作用(哈哈!小弟亦有勉力陪跑十公里的),經數年的積極推動,這項目至今已成為華仁每年籌募最多捐獻的活動,對仍在學的師弟大有裨益也!

願華雄兄一路走好!


香港華仁書院'71班 唐偉光同學
Posted by Henry Tong on March 21, 2021
華雄無疑是華仁門下,最優秀學子之一。他在教育界貢獻良多,尤其是在天水圍無私地奉獻,令成千上萬的莘莘學子受惠,更無出其右,為人樂道。現蒙主寵召,必定已在天庭接獲更重大使命。為此,為他誠心祈禱。

香港華仁書院'71班 張文燊老師
his Life

In Memoriam: Mak Wah Hung Daniel (麥華雄)

Mr. MAK Wah Hung Daniel (麥華雄), founder and leader of the Wah Yan charitable initiative, the Tin Shui Wai English Tutorial Project, passed away on 27 February 2021 in Hong Kong.

Daniel graduated from Wah Yan College Hong Kong in 1971.  His commitment to serving the community had rewarded with him with a fruitful career in the Hong Kong civil service for over 20 years, having served in multiple government departments.

Upon retirement, Daniel devoted himself wholeheartedly to community service.   He volunteered with Sowers Action, an organisation dedicated to helping the disadvantaged realise their rights to education.  In April 2015, Daniel worked with his fellow Wah Yan alumni to start the Tin Shui Wai English Tutorial Project, the objective of which was to provide free onsite English tutorial service to help underprivileged F2-5 students in Tin Shui Wai coming from families receiving public assistance.  In this project particularly, Daniel had impressed on the students that a meaningful life was not about getting rich or attaining academic success, but being someone who is willing to help others in need.

True to his Wahyanite calling to be ‘man for and with others’, Daniel had always cared for others and found deep joy serving others throughout his life.  Daniel’s active leadership and participation in an array of charitable projects and initiatives had blessed him with rich relationships with various communities in Hong Kong, Canada, Singapore and other parts of the world.  He had not only helped those in need, but also touched and inspired many others to serve.

Daniel’s contributions to the community had been immense.  He will be greatly missed.

Details of the funeral service are as follows:

Vigil Mass on Wednesday, 17 March, 8pm
Funeral Mass on Thursday, 18 March, 10am

Both masses will take place at St Thomas the Apostle Church, 5 Tsing Luk Street, Tsing Yi, Hong Kong

May Daniel rest in peace.
Recent stories

A man for and with others

Shared by Helen Lee nee Ho on March 23, 2021

Mak Wah Hung was a highly motivated student in my Form 3B class the first year I taught in Wah Yan HK. After he graduated from the alma mater, our paths did not cross until thirty-odd years later when I visited Vancouver. He was among the alumni that treated me to lunch.

Since that encounter, I have met him at several Wah Yan International Conferences, in Vancouver, New York, Hong Kong, and San Francisco. On those occasions, I was impressed not only by his constant support of the IC and his volunteering spirit, but also his candidness in answering my questions on sensitive issues.

I am also grateful that Mak Wah Hung was most generous in sponsoring my annual 5K fundraising walkathon for the Catholic evangelization ministry, Fountain of Love and Life, year after year. I didn’t even know he was a non-Catholic then.

When he was planning the Tin Shui Wai tutoring project, he wrote to ask me to spread the news among alumni I knew. I was glad to be of help. A couple of Wahyanites I contacted did answer the call. If I am not mistaken, at least one of them is still with the program.

When the news of his illness reached me, I was much saddened. In my email to express my concern, I also included the following sentiments:

“Very glad and yet surprised that you were baptised just recently.  All along, I thought you were a baptised Catholic.  Your good works, especially in the Tin Shui Wai project, display Christian values of charity.  You have lived up to the Jesuit ideal of being 'a man for others and with others'.” 

After having been invited to join the Add Oil chat group, I followed the progress of his treatment. His brave battle with cancer and his very positive spirit edified me.

Towards the end of October, he emailed me to say “I just watched a video filmed by the Foundation of Life and Love in Toronto about a tour to Jerusalem led by Stan Lee years ago.  I joined the same tour 2 years back and was so moved that I came back to become a Catholic in June this year. I believe I saw you in the video, if I am not mistaken. “

I was taken aback that he could spot me among so many pilgrims. What amazed me even more was that a trip to Jerusalem brought him to the fold of the Good Shepherd.

Now, I believe he is entering the Heavenly Jerusalem where he will hear the Lord say, “Well done, my good and faithful servant. Come and share your master’s joy.”



Shared by Thomas Chung on March 16, 2021
Godfather Daniel was always a man that loves his family very much. I remember the times that our family had together was always full of laughter and jokes from Godfather Daniel and Godmother Monica were out of this world! Godfather Daniel inspires both my dad and me to be better men for our wives, you will be forever missed.

Sincerely,
Thomas