John Wong was born on September 22, 1947 in Canton, China to Duck and Guon Choy Wong. His family moved to U.S. when he was little. They settled in San Francisco, then later moved Los Angeles. He shared his childhood with his two brothers, Roger and Jim. He attended Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C.; but is always Southern California resident. He is an easy going, fun loving young man. Through his father, John met Inthira, his wife of over 30 years. He turned into a great friend and father to her four children, Charles, Kevin, Lynn and Lily. He joined Disneyland soon after having retired from 27 years of employment at Vons. At Disneyland, he met so many loving friends. He and Inthira traveled all over Europe, Asia, and Australia. His last days were filled with love from his family, relatives, and friends. He leaves behind his wife, his children, six grandchildren, Jaime, Jessica, Brian, Evelyn, Summer and Josh, his two brothers, three nieces. We will greatly miss this one man who always make everybody around him feel LOVED, HAPPY, AND SPECIAL.

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  1. #welovejohnwong ’•God …. thank you for having Johnny be part of our life. He is the kindest, the most gentle soul that we ever know. He touched all of us with loves and cares. We all loved him and now we saying goodbye to him and we are returning back to you…Lord..’•. RIP We Love You Dearly ’

  2. We will always miss our uncle John Wong . He is a wonderful man and considerate of other people all the time . We are deeply sympathies with him and his family . He is always in our memory . I am praying for my aunt and family to have peace and strength at this time . With love
    Rest in peace’ŒŒ
    Walailak So and Family

  3. I really to thank you to Johnny on the everythings that he done for me when I stay in his house even time past more than 10 years up but I still memory on his kinds and cares. He is my good uncle. I never think that on his last trip in Thailand. It’s the last time to see him. Goodbye to my lovely uncle. You are always in my memory. RIP Johnny
    With love

  4. To the Wong Family, I just learned about his passing today (August 6, 2016). I knew him at Gallaudet University in 1966 and the aftermath of Gallaudet. I always think him with his sweet personality. Unfortunately, I didn’t see him much because we took care of our lives. Times went fast. Life is short. John will be in my thoughts as always. May God be with his family. Burton Quartermus

  5. Thank you so much! He’s so grateful to have such great friends. You can view more Johnny in facebook “welovejohnwong.”

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