Daniel Yuen-Chiu Mui
Daniel Mui, 78, passed away peacefully at home on August 20, 2022.
Originally from Hong Kong, Dan moved to the US in 1975 and worked as a pharmacist for over 30 years. He was predeceased by his parents Mui King Cheung and Chan Suk Fong, brothers Yuan Fun and Yuan Yum, sister-in-law Bing Sum, and brother-in-law Yan Hung.
Dan is survived by his wife of 34 years, Jacinta, daughter Allison (Clint), siblings Geoffrey, Lai-Hing, David (Fung), Lai-Wah (Peter), Anita (Peter), Vincent (Shirley), and sister-in-law Rose.
Family will receive friends from 6pm to 8pm on Wednesday, August 24 at Peninsula Funeral Home and from 10am to 11am on Thursday, August 25 at St. Jerome Catholic Church, followed by a memorial mass at 11am. The committal service will be held at 2pm on Thursday, August 25 at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Norfolk.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions in his memory to either St. Jerome Catholic Church or the American Kidney Fund.
Arrangements are under the care of Peninsula Funeral Home, 11144 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, VA 23601.
Rest in peace, uncle Dan. Treasured in my heart, you’ll stay until we meet someday again.
We missed you Dan , brother of almost 80 years . Never forget the years we were together through thick and thin.
Uncle 5, No matter where you go, you will always be in my heart. Rest in peace 🙏
Dan: your were my dearest younger brother! We are going to miss you forever. I really treasured those years that we were together in Hong Kong. Rest In Peace!
Dear Dan: You were my dearest younger brother! We are going to miss you dearly! I really treasured those years we were together in Hong Kong
Dear Uncle Dan,
You were a wonderful Uncle! We have so many fond memories with you. You even taught me to drive one summer. We loved spending time with you when you came out to visit and when we saw you at your home.
May you Rest In Peace. We love you!
Dear Uncle Dan,
You were the kindest and nicest uncle. I have so many fond and vivid memories of the summers you would come visit us or when we would go visit you. You were always so generous with your time with us. You also passed your love of baseball (the Cubs for you, of course) to me. You will forever be in my heart.
Uncle Daniel. May the lord keep you in His loving arms and take care of You in heaven where you will have no more pain. I am sure you will continue to watch over your family while in heaven.
I remember how we first met at Ming’s Carryout Restaurant; how I was one of the matchmakers for you and Jacinta; how we ended up working in the same VA Hospital; how you were called the most diligent and careful pharmacist in the Hospital; how we enjoyed so many parties together in Chow’s home, how you made those delicious Dim Sums, especially teaching me to make those beef jerky.
I also remember how you were afflicted with so many illness,and triumphed over all these pain and suffering with acceptance, endurance and a subtle smile!
I also remember saying goodbye to you on the mobile phone a few days ago, bidding you to keep on praying for me when you’re in Heaven, that when my time on earth comes to an end ,I may eternally join you in Heaven . Don’t forget that.🙏🙏
I remember how we first met, on the cashier counter of Ming’s Carry Out; how I was one of the match makers of Jacinta and you; how we ended up working for the same hospital and know you to be the most diligent and careful pharmacist in the VA ; how we enjoyed so many dining parties together at Chow’s home; how you made so delicious Din Sums, teaching me how to make Beef Jerky !
I also remember how you were afflicted with so many illnesses, and triumphed over the pain and suffering with grace, acceptance, and a subtle smile!
I also remember when we say good bye a few days ago on the phone , that you will pray for me so I may join you in Heaven . Do not forget that!
Dominic, your godfather