SUNG Hin-Ting (1917 ~ 1998)
Mr. Sung Hin-Ting was born in Hong Kong in 1917. He passed into the presence of the Lord on May 30, 1998 at the age of 82.
He graduated from Queen's
College and started his career as a civil servant of the Hong Kong Government.
During the Second World War, he participated actively in the Resistance Choir
to boost combat morale. He served as an interpreter of the Allied Force in
Guilin, China. In 1944, he married WONG Yuen-Mei. After the War, he returned to
Hong Kong and continued his career with the Government. He was Station Master
of numerous district Post Offices. After retirement from the Hong Kong
Government, he served as Chief Accountant for the Hong Kong YMCA.
Mr. Sung was President of the Hong Kong Chinese Civil Servants' Association for consecutive terms. His invaluable contributions to the Association, especially during the pioneering years, earned him the special honor of life membership. He was also honored with life membership from the Hong Kong YMCA for his outstanding achievements.
Mr. Sung was a diligent man and a devoted Christian. He was honest, determined and he overcame times of difficulties with unfaltering faith. He was a supportive husband, a loving father, and a caring member of the community.
In 1992, he moved to Vancouver, Canada to enjoy his well earned retirement.
Mr. Sung is survived by his sons Victor, Francis, daughter Maggie, daughter-in-law Winnie, grandchildren Eric, Brian, brothers Hon-Ting, Yuk-Ting and sister Shau-Ping.