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12 comments on “Stephen Kuek”

  1. Remembering our classmate Stephen Kuek from St Joseph’s Secondary School, Kuching. Stephen, you spent your University days in Wellington, New Zealand and we have caught up at Peter & Mary Chen’s home in Melbourne and Closer SJS Reunions in Kuching. Rest in eternal peace, my friend.

  2. While I regret not having the opportunity to meet Stephen in person, I feel fortunate to have discovered the essence of my cousin through the poignant stories and cherished memories that were shared during the funeral service. My heartfelt condolences go out to all family members during this difficult time, and may Stephen find eternal peace.

    Steven Kuek
    Atlanta, USA

  3. A lovely service. Our sympathies are with the family. Rest in peace, cousin Stephen.

  4. Rest in peace Stephen.
    Your funeral service was good.
    Your son Kelvin spoke and did you proud.
    I love you brother, until we meet again.

  5. Rest In Peace, Stephen.
    Great memories of our school days in St. Joseph’s Kuching.
    Deepest Comdolrnces to the Family for their loss.

  6. Uncle Stephen, although we are apart, your memory lives within me, forever in my heart. There were a couple of wonderful firsts with you as I was growing up. You set up for us our first 486 PC which probably ignited our interest to pursue the IT industry later in our life. You brought us all for a short staycation when you were in Miri. You were always jovial and there was always laughter with you. My latest fondest memory of you was when we were at grandma’s place. You asked me what did I took from her home for memory and I showed you the green little paper banner that grandma used to hung in her washroom. “That’s it??” you asked. and I replied you “It reminds me of my first visit to Grandma’s place and it made me laugh, this has sentimental value, the rest are just stuff I don’t need”. and that proud look in your eye and the big smile you gave me while you said “Well done Sarah” is my last fondest memory of you. I will miss you Uncle Stephen, I look forward to the day we meet again. Rest in Peace up in heaven with Daddy, Joanne, Grandma & Grandpa.

  7. A loving commemoration service for Stephen. Thank you for the opportunity to join in. Our thoughts are with your family and loved ones today. I will always remember your smile when you used to visit my mum and dad in Seria. Gerald.

  8. May you rest in peace Stephen, and watch over all of your family members from where you are.

  9. Ah kuekooooooo,
    REST IN PEACE my dearest best friend, matey, buddy and brother. You will always remain a part of my life and your family as mine. Ah kuekooooooooooooooooooooo.

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