Huu Hien Tuong


Total raised:


(offline: £350.00)

With Gift Aid: £475.00

Target: £0.00

Page created by
Hieu Tuong on 20/06/2015

Huu Hien Tuong

How would you describe them?

“Caring, respectful and beloved father, husband, brother, uncle and friend who always worked hard and put his family first.”

What did they love most?

“Family, friends, everything about golf, technology, cameras, food, watching TV shows and action, thriller or martial art movies.”

Thank you for visiting our Gift of Hope fund. We have set up this fund in loving memory of our father, Huu Hien Tuong, who sadly passed away this April having suffered a heart attack at the age of 53. The family has decided to set up this page in honour of our father and to help raise money for the British Heart Foundation, helping to support the charity’s vital and ground-breaking research and their fight against heart disease.

It has been a difficult time losing Huu and it has taken the family by surprise. It would be a great comfort at this time of sorrow to raise money for such a worthy cause.

Thank you again.
Donations 6

Mrs Valerie Moore


Mr Mark James


Ms Claire Kiermasz

From all at Oxford Instruments and Metryx


Mr Jack Drew


Mrs Charmyn Hall

In memory of a appreciated and popular colleague.


Mr Hieu Tuong

RIP Dad. You will always remain in our thoughts and will be forever in our hearts.

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BHF Gold

The donation passed on by Claire was from the annual Golf outing which was held recently ; this is a fixture which has been held since 1999 and I believe that Huu had attended all of them until this year. The event is more about meeting and enjoying a pleasant day with friends, which Huu always did, also he once won the Longest Drive and was placed another year! He is missed very much by the golf party, and remembered fondly by all his friends.

Mike Smyth