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Funeral Service for the late Dr.Chong Suh on Feb.3

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Dr.Chong Sook Suh, who is wife of Dr.Yang Eun-sik passed away on Jan.28, 2018. The funeral service was held on Feb.3,2018 1 p.m. at the Korean Mortuary Service at the Korea Town with 150 familiy members and friends attending.





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The funeral service was held by Rev. Edwin Kang.

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David Yang, Eldest Son, gives memorial speech.
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Special Trio music by Korean Vocals.
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Dr.Sheila Wu, Director of APCTC gives a merial speech.

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Dr.Kilnam Roh of Minjok-Tongshin gives a memorial speech.

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Chong Sook Suh

1947 - 2018 Obituary Condolences Flowers



Chong Sook Suh Obituary

August 10, 1947 - January 28, 2018 Retired Psychologist and Corona resident, Dr. Chong Suh passed away on January 28th, 2018 of hear-sikt failure in the presence of her loving family. She was 70.

 Dr. Chong Suh was born on August 10, 1947 in Seoul, Korea. She studied medicine at Seoul National University, then moved to the US where she earned a BS and a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Kansas. After teaching in Kansas and North Carolina, she completed her Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Psychotherapy Research Program at Vanderbilt University. In 1984, 

Dr. Suh moved to Los Angeles and began working as a Clinical Psychologist at Asian Pacific Counseling and Treatment Centers. She was a key leader in developing APCTC's privatized full service behavioral health outpatient operation. Under her leadership, APCTC remained responsive to community needs while leading large-scale efforts in response to emergencies such as the 1992 LA Riots, 1994 Northridge earthquake and 9/11 wherein vulnerable populations including immigrants and refugees experienced trauma as well as high incidents of PTSD relating to their historical struggles.

 Dr. Chong Suh was often consulted by local and ethnic media for matters relating to mental health and pushed for research grants and other opportunities to de-stigmatize mental health issues. As a passionate advocate for providing comprehensive mental health services, she created APCTC's Vocational Rehabilitation program, Housing program, Wellness program, 

Community Integration services, and NAMI Asian Pacific Chapter in addition to fundamental clinical counseling programs. Dr. Chong Suh's gift of healing and grace is showcased through her warm interactions with staff, clients and their families. During her 33 years of leadership,

 Dr. Chong Suh turned the hope of wellness and recovery into reality for a considerable number of individuals and families and left an amazing legacy of care for vulnerable populations. Her passing is grieved for by her husband, Dr. Eun Sik Yang and his children, as well as her loving sister and brother and nieces and nephews who all miss her terribly. Funeral Services are being held on February 3, 2018 at Hankook Mortuary at 1pm. She will be laid to rest on February 5, 2018 at Forest Lawn Glendale at 3pm.

Published in the Los Angeles Times from Feb. 3 to Feb. 4, 2018
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Memorial Speech By Ken Kilnam Roh, 

Editor of Minjok-Tongshin


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Ken K. Roh



Hello friends and family of Dr. Chong Sook Suh.


We thank you all for being here today and taking part in sharing our great memories of her impressive life here on earth and having the opportunity to say our farewells as we send her off to a better place.

 

I’ve known both Dr. Suh and Dr. Eun Sik Yang (her loving husband) for 40 years and have learned so much from couple. Dr. Suh has excelled at the top of her class, starting from grammar school, and all the up to Korea’s #1 rated  Kyongki Girls Junio, Senior Highschool, and medical school -- Seoul National University.

 

She continued on to become a successful psychologist, helping so many people improving their lives. She loved to help others and was always willing to do this whether it was in her professional or personal life. She was part of the Asian Pacific Counseling & Treatment Center for 35 years and played a huge role in developing this organization to help numerous people in need, while being a part of organizations working various Peace Movements in hopes for bringing Social Justice to the world.

 

In addition to her professional success, she was lucky to find her soulmate Dr. Yang, her loving husband. They were a power couple with a strong union that many would hope to have. Dr. Yang is heartbroken from the loss of his wife, but his spirits have been lifted from all the numerous letters, emails, and loving sentiments of condolence from friends and family all across the Country.


– some to name are – Kwon Ohun, Park Hae-jun, Lee Chang-ki  from S. Korea, _Ri Joon-sik__ from Germany, rim min-sik – from Denmark, Pak Yong_ from Japan, Kim Su-hae_ from Canada, _Cha Sang-bo-from China, and many others from_New York, Chicago, Seattle, Boston, Washington DC, San Francisco, San Diego . 

 


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