Margaret L. Lin

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LIN, MARGARET LOUISE, passed away on Feb. 7, 2004. Private services will be attended by her husband T.K. Lin, M.D. and the immediate family. Those many friends and professional associates of Margaret's who wish to express their condolences are invited to send donations payable to: SFVCCA/CEC (San Fernando Valley Chinese Culture Association/Cultural Exchange Committee) Mail to: Prof. T.P. Lin, 9674 Vanalden Ave., Northridge, CA 91324-1744. Donors will receive a certificate for tax deduction purposes.

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  1. Dr. Lin and Sons: Our hearts and thoughts are with you now with your great loss of a dear and wonderful woman. Margaret was always there for us when we needed her, and we will dearly miss her wonderful smile. May God grant you peace. Love Steve and Jenipher Bach

  2. T.K Lin and Family We feel as if we have lost part of our family, as Margaret was such a good friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. With Love Sharon and Nadine

  3. Uncle T.K and family, We are sorry to hear of your loss. Aunt Margaret was always so very kind and welcoming. Our favorite memory is when we got to visit your family in Hawaii and all the fun we had staying at your home.

  4. Margaret was a wonderful cousin. Even when I was a child, though I was much younger, she would talk to me and treat me as if I were special in her eyes. I came to realize that she was that way with everyone. What a rare quality. What a rare and special person.

  5. Dear Dr. Lin, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Margaret was such a caring and comforting person. We will miss her a lot. With deepest sympathy, Jim and the Ryan family.

  6. Dear Cousin TK, My condolences to you on the loss of your beloved Margaret; my heart goes out to you. I have remembrances of Margaret that I shall never forget. I first met her in the summer of 1961. I stopped in Hawaii on my way home toTaipai after eight years in the United States. You and Margaret put me up for two weeks. She was so kind to me, and you were too. She showed me the best of Hawaii. I was so grateful and appreciative of her hospitality. I was also very much taken by her gentle manner and warm personality. I regret that I didn\’t have a chance to thank her more fully for her kindness; I hope she could sense my deep gratitude. With great sympathy to you on your loss, Tung-fen

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