Dung Chi Doan

Dung Chi Doan

1951 – 2024

With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of our father, Dung (Young) Chi Doan, born Dec 20th, 1951 in Saigon-Vietnam, surrounded by family.

While working as an operating engineer once captivated his spirit, he found solace and joy in cooking, pages of countless books and the antique treasures he gathered.

He is remembered for the moments of warmth, kindness, generosity, sense of humour he shared with his loved ones.

Young will be deeply missed by his son Quang, daughter-in-law Duyen, Young will also be cherished by his family in Canada and US ; sister Mai, brother Trung (and his wife, Tam), brother Hung (and his wife, Nguyet), his dear friend Dianne as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and many long-standing, dear friends.

As per Young’s wishes, cremation has taken place. His spirit will forever be cherished, honoured, and remembered.

4 replies
  1. Nykeemah
    Nykeemah says:

    My condolences to the family. May your hearts be light during this time. A beautiful angel will forever guide you. Much love to everyone.

  2. Raji Syan
    Raji Syan says:

    We are all deeply saddened by Young’s passing. He was a caring, kind and amazing volunteer and will be missed by all who knew him.

    Raji Syan

  3. Tracey Burrows
    Tracey Burrows says:

    I am so very sad to hear of the passing of Young. I volunteered with Young at Trillium Health Partners every Monday afternoon in The Critical Care Waiting Room. He was a very caring man and as a volunteer for Healing Hearts he was very compassionate and empathetic with all those he interacted with. I shall miss him. My condolences to his family at the very difficult time.
    Tracey Burrows

  4. Nancy Del Duca
    Nancy Del Duca says:

    I am very saddened to hear of Young’s passing.
    I volunteered with him at Trillium…..he was a very lovely man.

    My sincere condolences to all.

    Nancy Del Duca


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