Christopher Tswv Yeej Lo
(1966 - 2011)

Profile:
Christopher Tswv Yeej Lo

Birth:
March 10, 1966

Passing:
California , United States of America
June 26, 2011


Memorial
This site is dedicated to Christopher Lo. It's photos, and videos will be forever used as a memory for his children.



Chris is the oldest son of Mr. & Mrs. Chong Teng Lo. He has 3 brothers(Txawj Ntse - Choua Va, Chu Pheng, Chu Feng) and 3 sisters (Maily, Pahoua, Nue).

He was a loving husband, father, son, brother, and mentor to us all. He leaves behind his loving wife (Maignia) and five beautiful children (Angel, Robert, Utah, Augustine, and Christopher Jr.) whom he loved and cherished.

He loved his people, his community, and his friends. But most of all, he loved his family. He was a loving husband and a father that his kids were proud of and looked up to.

Chris was planning to run for elected office in the Greater Sacramento Area and was very active in the community. A few of the local organizations are: Sacramento Boulevard Partnership, Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce, Stockton Blvd Partnership, Community Activities Board for UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento Asian Chamber of Commerce, Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA)and Sacramento Hmong Alliance Church. Nationally, Chris was very active with Hmong National Development (HND) and Lo/Pha Society.

He has been a passionate State Farm agent for over ten years and enjoyed every moment.

Everyone he met, he made a lasting impression. He had a big heart and was always willing to help out anyone. He was generous with his ideas and his time. He was an optimistic person who saw the best in everyone.

Chris was a devoted Christian and a living example of greatness.

He always said, "Don't be just like me. Be better than me."

His final resting place is at East Lawn Sierra Hills Cemetery, 5757 Greenback Lane, Sacramento, CA 95841.

Thank you and God Bless to everyone for your support and prayers during this difficult time. We are forever GREAT FULL.

For those who could not make the service during July 15 - 18 2011, I have posted up the slide shows that was displayed during the services.

Guest Book Wall (What is this?)

Hover your mouse over the wall images to see each guest book entry.

Guest Book (88 entries)
I'm saddened to hear about Chris's passing. Although i don't know him personally, I know his side of the family from years ago while living in Stockton, CA. So you could say we're somewhat related. Their were not a lot of Hmong families back then in the Stockton area so we treated each other as family. Anyway, Chris was a nice person and that we all will miss him.
Mitch Lee (Friend)
October 11th, 2011
uncle yeng has taught many people that the greater things in life are there but we have to go for it. he has taught us when he was alive and is still teaching after his leave. thank you for your worries and kindness that you have put upon your family anf friends uncle yeng. rest in paradise <3
carol lo (niece)
September 29th, 2011
Chris,
I am saddened to hear of your passing. It was wonderful to serve on the HND Board with you. May you find peace and happiness in your new life. God bless you and your family.
Louansee Moua (colleague)
August 31st, 2011
Dear Mrs. Lo and family,

My family and I would like to express our most sincere condolence for your loss. We believe it is a great loss that we all will endure with Chris' passing. We knew Chris as our insurance agent and he was always a delight to talk to. Always optimistic and gung-ho about everything there was to life, family and opportunities. I will always remember his talks about family values and what it meant to him to be an honest businessman serving his clients as an insurance agent and as part of the Stockton Blvd. business community. He will be greatly missed.

You and your family are in our prayers.

God bless,

Julia, Rosemary & Cecilia Marin
Julia Marin (Client)
August 8th, 2011
Although I've only spent time with you when I was just a kid, I always admired your sincerity and well-being. Even if it was just for a short while, it was obvious of what a good man you are. I will smile for you while you're watching over us in heaven. God has blessed me with a great uncle! You've worked hard and now please rest in peace Uncle. Thanks for all you have done for my family and god bless your loving family. Hopefully one day we will meet again. Till then, take care and much love. Thank you!
Kaoly Lo (Niece)
July 25th, 2011
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"Hi Chris, you were really a great friend and is still missed to this very day. I am thankful that God had blessed me with an opportunity to have had a chance to know you and worked with you. Thank you for your kindness and compassion."
Ruth Vang
August 5th, 2014
"Thank you for all the wonderful times we spent together, the games we played, the movies we watched, the many walks we took holding hands, the many tender words we shared and whispered,the trips we made every year, the Faith you have installed in us"
Ta femme pour toujours
February 14th, 2013
"Chris, you were always kind, respectful, and an exceptional individual. When I heard of your passing, I was shocked and distraughted. I can't believe you are really gone. The Hmong community is lesser without you in it. Always, rest in peace."
Lee Vue
February 1st, 2013
"Hello uncle. It's me Annie. I miss you so much. How are you doing? It's been a year and 3 months now since you left everyone. Its so hard believing that you are no longer with us. I come here to visit you. I miss you uncle! :( May you rest in peace"
Annie Lor
October 30th, 2012
"The Hmong community again mourns another great leader. Though I did not kow Chris personally, I have heard of his great deeds. His untimely passing just reminds us how fragile life is and for us to appreciate every seconds on this earth."
Dr. NaoTou Herr
August 3rd, 2011
"I never had a chance to meet you, but you put a great son on this earth who was an amazing friend to me during hard times when I lost my father to cancer. Your family will miss you, but they are an amazing testament to your life well lived."
Charles Miles
July 26th, 2011
"You will always be remembered and missed. Rest in peace Uncle. We love you!"
Kaoly Lo
July 25th, 2011
"Chris though I'd only heard of you and never seen you before, in my heart I knew what you did for the Hmong community and your familes. may you rest and peace. Love the Vue family"
Paj Vwj
July 25th, 2011
"In our heart you are our brother for ever, all our families in Omaha, Nebraska will remember you and will miss you so-long. Brother Chris good bye we love you. Your Omaha families"
Tou Lor
July 22nd, 2011
"Tus nus Christ koj yog cov cua uas muaj zog tshaj thiab nyob deb peb. Peb nco koj peb ntsia saum lub hli koj yog cov hnub qub uas ci tuaj rau peb. Peb nco koj mus li. Yia Lor July 21, 2011"
yia lor
July 21st, 2011

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