Suh H. Tsai

suh tsai
Suh H. Tsai, age 66, of Fairfax, Virginia, died on Friday, September 5, 2008 at her residence. Loving mother of Eunice Peters and Tricia Su. Devoted grandmother of Elena and Kelly Moy. She is also survived by her son-in-law's Clayton Peters and John Moy.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. If you would like to send flowers to Suh Tsai’s resting site for her burial ceremony or in the future, her site is located at: National Memorial Park 7482 Lee Highway Cremation Garden-Area 5-C7-2-37-44 Falls Church, VA 22042

  2. Eunice & Clayton, I’m glad you got to spend precious time with your mom before her passing. It’s something I know you will always cherish. I know that there is nothing I can say right now to ease your pain, but please know I am only a phone call away and am always here for you. ((Hugs)) –Angela and family

  3. Eunice and Tricia: With Sympathy…Thinking of you at this difficult time. Suh’s spirit will always with you. She will be the shining star glowing at night.

  4. Teacher Tsai suh H. was our respected teacher. we will remember her student of 1969 Yuanli middle school

  5. Eunice, my condolences to you and your sister. You are fortunate to have spent some quality time with your mother before she passed. My thoughts are with you both.

  6. Eunice and Tricia – In our memory of Junior high school in Yuanli, Taiwan, teacher Tsai was very beautiful and outstanding. She was not our teacher but won our attention and respect. She will be deeply missed by her students and Yuanli friends in northern New Jersey. May Lord comfort you during this difficult time…. Shirley & Yin-Mao Cheng, NJ

  7. Her spirit, intelligence and strength is an inspiration to all who met her even for a few moments. I am glad to have experienced many such moments with her. My condolences to her beautiful family.

  8. Dear Eunice and Clayton, At times of great loss we feel most deeply. At times of great loss, we feel great love.

  9. Eunice and Clayton- We are so sorry and sad to hear about the passing of your mother. We will keep you and your family in our prayers. Jason & Tonia Whitener

  10. Eunice and Clayton – My deepest sympathies to you and your entire family. I know this will be a difficult time and if there is anything I can do, just call.

  11. Our condolences. I remember your mother as a woman of grace and strength. Charisse and Larry Powell

  12. Dear Suh, It is nice to know you, although time is too short. However, We respect you on what you have done. When you knew that you only had about one year to live, you did not feel sad. Instead, you planed all the necessary needs after the life. Two of your daughters and son-in-laws took good care of you while you were sick. They loved you deeply. You taught them very well. We were very proud of you. Now, you can cease your work and go in peace forever. May God bless you forever. With sympathy, Judy & George Chang

  13. Dear Teacher Tsai: It was our good luck that you came back to our hometown Yuanli to teach in the middle school after college. You were our beloved teacher. In addition to being an outstanding teacher, you were a role model to me. You were intelligent, beautiful and graceful and you worked hard. Your devotion to teaching helped us to get into good high schools and eventually colleges. I feel fortunate to have re-connected with you after so many years. Your warmth really touched me. How I wish that I have had more time with you! You faced hardships and illness with courage and enduring love of life, which is truly inspiring to me. I wish to express my respect and love for you. I miss you already. With love, Lee-Yuan Liu-Chen

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