Her work must must be passed forward. She would want that.
Arline, you will never be forgotten!
AS WRITTEN BY HER FAMILY- Arline Loh (January 16 1949- October 15 2013)
Arline Loh, 64, of Toronto Ontario, passed away peacefully at the Hospital at University at Pennsylvania
on October 15, 2013 surrounded by her husband and children.
Born January 16, 1949 in Shanghai, China, she was the daughter of Chin Chi and Jun Jiang Ding.
Arline led a successful career at Scotiabank and ING Direct as a banking IT expert before retiring and
becoming an advocate for Hepatitis B. She was recognized in 2013 as a White House Champion of Change
for her pioneering volunteer work as the co-founder of H+EAL (Health and Education for Asian Livers)
Loving wife of 41 years to Danny. Cherished mother of Lisa and her husband, Roy Watson, Anthony and wife, Jenny,
and Christina and husband Tom Johnston. Beloved grandmother of Delaney, Makenna and Emma. Caring sister of Julie
(Frank Ni) Ming Ping, and James (Kelly). Arline will also be missed by her Aunts Grace and Elizabeth. She is predeceased by her brother Nianzu, and uncle Abe (Connie). She will also be missed by nieces, cousins, and many friends.
In her life Arline touched the lives of many. She will be long be remembered for her strength, determination, generosity
and unwavering love of family. She will be truly missed by many and is nan immense loss to all those that knew her.
The family nwould like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the staff at the hospital at UPENN. A special thank you to Anita,
Mike, Amanda for being such loving caregivers and advocates for Arline throughout her last six weeks in the SICU.
Cremation has taken place. At Arline's request in lieu of a visitation, a memorial celebrating her life will be held on her
birthday January 16, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario.
If desired, in Arline's memory, donations may be made to her Hepatitis B advocacy project, H+EAL, which will see to it that her vision for the program is met. Please make donations in her honour through www.hepb.org
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Thank you so very much for being a part of our mother's life. She was so proud of us, her children, but it is us that are in awe of her spirit, successes, and vivacity.
Danny, Lisa, Anthony and Christine Loh