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1. Harold Hom Obituary, a long-time community leader – Death
“It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Harold Hom, a long-time community leader. He was a lifetime member of OCA-Asian Pacific American Advocates and board member of the OCA Greater Cleveland Chapter since 1991. Harold has served as the Board Secretary, V.P. of Public Relations, and Treasurer. Visiting Hours Mon. 9/12 from 4-8 p.m. Memorial Service 9/13 at 10 a.m. Busch Funeral home, 21369 Center Ridge Road, Rocky River, OH 44116.” Source
2. Donna Cheung Hom Obituary, of Fairview Park, OH – Death
She was born in Guangzhou, China, and in 1960 she moved to Ohio after getting married to Willie L. Hom. Willie went away the following year in 1991. She remarried, and her second husband, Danny Auyeung, is the one who will carry on after her passing. Willie and Donna gave birth to four children: Randy, Harold (who later married Anieda), Edward (who married Karen), and Stephen (who married Jessica) (Angie). She was a doting grandmother of Lisa, Catherine, Brian, Grant, Matthew, Andrew, Jonathan, Brandon, Tiffany, and Cameron. Her other grandchildren are Brian, Grant, Matthew, Andrew, Jonathan, and Andrew.
Her parents Yau Pak Cheung and Mei Oi Cheung, her brother Wai Cheung, and her sisters Ruihe Zhang and Eliza Woo all passed away before she did. Her brother Ted Cheung, many sisters-in-law, and a large number of nieces and nephews are among those who are left behind after her passing. Donna was a driven entrepreneur in addition to being a polite host. She started King Wah in Rocky River, the Ho Wah in Beachwood, and the Li Wah in Cleveland, all of which are Chinese restaurants. She took great pride in assisting her clients and thought of them all as extended family. Her creation of the Asia Plaza mini-mall in Cleveland was something that she was quite proud of. Read More
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