In memory of
Sunping "Pinky" Woo
In memory of
Sunping "Pinky" Woo
Pinky passed away peacefully on May 25, 2020 in Framingham, Massachusetts having lived a full life of 88 years. She formerly lived in Brooklyn, New York with her late husband William Lun Woo. They were inseparable and she worked diligently to help Bill with the family business and raise their two sons. She cherished family vacations in the Catskills and Poconos, and weekend trips to Coney Island and Jacob Riis Beach. She lovingly celebrated her sons' and later her five grandchildren's birthdays. She would enjoy visits to her son Steve in California, her son Ken nearby in Massachusetts, and full family gatherings with Ken, Steve and their families in the Boston area and Cape Cod. She is survived by her sons, Kenneth of Massachusetts, and Steve of California, and her five grandchildren. Pinky was a very kind and gentle soul, and will be missed dearly by her family and her many relatives in the New York City area and across the country. Arrangements by the Andrew J. Magni & Son Funeral Home, 365 Watertown St., Newton, MA. Internment will be in Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY. A gathering to celebrate Pinky's life will occur when we can safely come together.
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In memory of
Sunping "Pinky" Woo
Pinky passed away peacefully on May 25, 2020 in Framingham, Massachusetts having lived a full life of 88 years. She formerly lived in Brooklyn, New York with her late husband William Lun Woo. They were inseparable and she worked diligently to help Bill with the family business and raise their two sons. She cherished family vacations in the Catskills and Poconos, and weekend trips to Coney Island and Jacob Riis Beach. She lovingly celebrated her sons' and later her five grandchildren's birthdays. She would enjoy visits to her son Steve in California, her son Ken nearby in Massachusetts, and full family gatherings with Ken, Steve and their families in the Boston area and Cape Cod. She is survived by her sons, Kenneth of Massachusetts, and Steve of California, and her five grandchildren. Pinky was a very kind and gentle soul, and will be missed dearly by her family and her many relatives in the New York City area and across the country. Arrangements by the Andrew J. Magni & Son Funeral Home, 365 Watertown St., Newton, MA. Internment will be in Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY. A gathering to celebrate Pinky's life will occur when we can safely come together.
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