Tony Chuong, aged 35, of Mississauga, passed away on May 8, 2024. He was born in Toronto on January 17, 1989 to his parents Hong Quoc Chuong (father) and Ha Thi Thu Nguyen (mother). Tony graduated from the University of Toronto with Honors in Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Economics. He was married to his university sweetheart Elena Huang. He worked as a Risk Analyst and enjoyed spending his free time with family and friends. Aside from work, he was an avid gamer, 3-time dragon boat medalist, skilled pool player and grandmaster mahjong player. He is survived by his wife Elena Huang, his father Hong Quoc Chuong, his mother Ha Thi Thu Nguyen, his sister Hong Thu Chuong, his brother Luong Van Chuong and his nephew Marcus Wu. He was well-loved by everyone and will be greatly missed.


Funeral arrangements will be held on Thursday May 16, 2024 from 8 am to 10 am at St John’s Dixie Cemetery at 737 Dundas St E, Mississauga, ON L4Y 2B5, in the Magnolia Chapel. We are asking guests who want to leave Tony a message to write a letter ahead of time to bring to the funeral. We will have a container for you to insert your letter so that we can place them in his casket. For those that want to write something for Tony on the day of, we will have blank paper/cards available.


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2 replies
  1. Jonathan
    Jonathan says:

    Met you thru gaming ,I was able to be your friend for 9 years. Thank you for letting me into your friend group as a stranger.
    I already miss you bro. You were always so positive regardless the situation..
    We always had chats about our girlfriends, getting married and just life..
    You left us too soon.

    Rest in Peace brother.

  2. Nancy J
    Nancy J says:

    Dear Tony,

    Thank you for being an incredible mentor and colleague at CIBC Mellon. I’ll always remember the days we spent working and laughing together.

    Wishing you peace and rest,

    Nancy Jiang


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