Ted Sun Yet Pang passed away due to a heart attack on Sunday, May 3, the day after his 80th birthday.
A decorated Korean War veteran, Pang retired as a full colonel, giving more than 38 years of distinguished.
He served as president of Chong Wa Benevolent Association/Educational Society and loved to help out in the Chinese community.
Pang moved to Seattle in 1938 with his parents and siblings after spending seven years in China following his birth in Dublin, Miss., in 1929. Aside from his military career he worked for the State of Washington Department of Highways (now WSDOT) as a design engineer
But with all his military and civic involvement, what gave him greatest joy was to be with his family — Pang is survived by his wife Shirley, 55 years old this June; five children: Greg Pang, Melanie Pang, Melissa Stenoien, Garrick Pang, and Millicent Snook; eleven grandsons; sister Nellie Wong; sister-in-law Teresa Pang; and brother Woody Pang. ♦
Services for Ted will be held at:
Lake Sammamish Foursquare Church
14434 NE 8th St
Bellevue, WA 98007
- Fri. May 8, Viewing 4-8 PM
- Sat. May 9, Celebration of Life Funeral Service 10:30 AM
- Graveside immediately following Sunset Hills Memorial Park in Bellevue.
Visit www.marlattfuneralhome.com and click on his name to sign the family guestbook.