In Loving Memory of Wing-Keh Wong
In loving memory of Wing-Keh Wong
Wing-Keh was a loving husband, father and friend, and an energetic participant in all areas of life. As an architect, he contributed to the fabric of our city, and in later life he enjoyed playing tennis, golf and table tennis, watching his favour sports, travel, and photography, creating photobooks as memories for his family and grandchildren.
He passed away in August after a 3-year battle with idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, and is dearly missed by his wife Christine, son Derek, daughter-in-law Jaime, and his grandchildren Jacob and Ava.
In celebration of his life, we invite family and friends to donate towards University of Sydney Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis research currently led by Dr Tamera Corte.
The University of Sydney Centre of Research Excellence into Pulmonary Fibrosis is working to build research capacity in this area. The team is working to address the urgent need for more effective, personalised approaches to identify and better manage fibrotic lung diseases, as well as to educate the public and train future generations of researchers in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
Thank you for your kind generosity which will support this research in honour of Wing-Keh’s memory.
Every donation $2 and above is tax-deductible.