Chak Ning Moy, 64, a long-time residence of Chicago passed away from cardiac arrest on Wednesday, August 19th of 2020.
Chak is survived by his wife Yuen Mei of 39 years, his daughters Linda Moy (Solomon Wu), Cherie Moy (Tim Mo), son Edwin Moy (Jamie Xu), his mother Jin Xiao Zhen, his brothers Jack (Jennifer) Moy, Zhuo Wei (Winnie) Moy and Joe (Lilian) Moy, his sister Julie Moy (Edmund) Woo, his grandsons Aaron Mo, Brian Mo, Ethan Moy and Darren Moy, and many loving nieces, nephews and extended family. Chak was a loving son, husband, father, grandpa, brother, and friend to everyone.
Chak was an honorable warrior at heart. The young Chak immigrated to the United States with a small suitcase in hand. He worked hard to set his roots in Chicago. With his two hands, he built two businesses from the ground up and acquired various real estate properties as part of his legacy. He wanted to leave this legacy for his children and grandchildren. Later, he was diagnosed with kidney failure at the prime of his life. Yet, he did not let this discourage him from living his life to the fullest. He battled with kidney failure, kidney transplant and then kidney failure again. He refused to succumb to his illnesses. He survived countless procedures and surgeries. He fought with all his might to stay strong physically, emotionally, and mentally, because he knew he was the fortress and pillar of strength for his family. Despite how many health issues he was facing, he willingly drove his mom, wife, daughters, son, grandsons to work or any appointments, meetings, play dates, grocery shopping trips and/or visits to the extended family. He fought each battle bravely and courageously in the past 20 years just so he could continue to support his family in whatever way he can. Chak was not only a loving and filial son; a supportive big brother; a strong- loving husband; a wonderful, encouraging, and supportive father; and a fun-loving grandpa. He was also helpful and generous. He never turned down an opportunity to lend a helping hand to anyone who needed it.
The generous and honorable warrior is finally at peace. Chak is resting peacefully in the loving embrace of God in Heaven.
A special thank you to the Trauma and Burn Unit at Stroger Hospital in Chicago for their loving care and support during his final days. Also, the family would like to extend their sincerest gratitude towards Dalcamo Funeral Home for being very accommodating and understanding during this difficult time.
Visitation will be from 8:30 A.M until 10:00 A.M at Dalcamo Funeral Home on Monday, August 24. Chak will be laid to rest at the Mount Auburn Cemetery in Stickney, Illinois.
Visitation is limited to 50 people in the building at one time. Masks must always be worn properly and while in the building.
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