Anthony T. Lew
October 14, 1916 - January 10, 2016
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Long Branch, NJ 07740
Saturday 1/16, 12:00 pm
Rosehill Cemetery
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Linden, NJ
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Anthony T. Lew, 99, of Long Branch, known as Tony to many passed away in his sleep at home on Sunday January 10, 2016. Tony is survived by his wife of 80 years, Ying; daughter, Wendy Lew; a son and daughter-in-law , Don and his wife Denise Eng; granddaughters, Caroline and Christina; and many loving …
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Edmund Lau left a message on January 14, 2017:
Uncle Tony was my second uncle: my father's cousin. Both my parents were only children, so growing up, I didn't know what an uncle was. Uncle Tony showed me what an uncle was. I have been to his laundromat in New Brunswick many, many times. He and Aunt Ying were always hospitable to all the folks visiting for holidays and birthday parties. He loved all his immigrant kinsmen by saying and doing little things (and big things) to show he really cared. He was always generous to us by giving us a helping hand because he knew how hard it was to have a new beginning in a foreign land. Uncle Tony, you will be sorely missed and you will always be in my heart.
Charles June Griffitts left a message on January 13, 2017:
Wendy, June and I want to extend our sincere sympathy and condolences in the passing of your Father. I never had the pleasure of meeting him , but remember you speaking fondly of him always. May you find comfort in knowing he is with his God in eternity. May God extend the warmth of his love to you and your Mother at this difficult time. Love June and Charles
lorraine Fournier left a message on January 13, 2017:
I always remember visiting Ye Ye and Ying with my daughter and son in law. Ye Ye was so generous to me and always wanted me to sit beside him when we ate our meals. He was a great man and it seemed he always had to give me something before i went home. I have great memories of him. May he rest in peace. Lorraine
Janet Tambascio-Fraher left a message on January 13, 2017:
Dear Don, Denise, Carolyn, Christina, Wendy and Don's Dear Mother, Although we haven't met Wendy and your Mom Don, we are all aware of the loving family you come from. Your Mom and Dad and Wendy have made a deep impression on all in Boston. We are sending prayers andloving thoughts to you all. It is a great blessing that your Mom and Dad had so many years together. We know from who you are Don what a great man your Dad was. Love Aunt Janet and family
Joe Tambascio left a message on January 13, 2017:
I am an uncle to Denise. I have met Mr Lew a few times over the years. My first impression of him was that he was a kind man and a gentleman. That is what I will remember him as. Im happy that I met him. My thoughts and prayers are with Don and Wendy and his many friends
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Richard Tse left a message on January 12, 2017:
Uncle Tony will be missed. He was strict father to grow up under but at the same time I saw first hand all the love and generosity he had. Uncle Tony and everyone from this generation came from very poor and humble beginnngs but was able to put all of us through good schools and give each of us a better quality of life than they had. It's amazing because we can never accomplish everything he was able to do. ... You will always be close in my heart.
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