It is with great sadness that our family announces the passing of our beloved Yulin Ye on Thursday, July 16, 2020, at the age of 89. We are prepared for that day, but when it truly comes, still sadden and hard to accept.
Predeceased by his devoted wife Bingqing, brother Jian, and sister XiuJuan; Survived by sister-in-law Yuqing, and brothers-in-law Wenda and Weiguang; Lovingly remembered by daughters Hong, Bin and Ying; Cherished grandpa of Yuan Yuan and Koh; Dear great grandpa of Rey; Fondly remembered by sons-in-law Hao, Takao, and Winghui; Deeply Missed by many nieces and nephews: Nianchun Ye, Xin Ye, Meng Ye, Qing Ye, Hong Wang, Qing Zhang, Yi Shen and by extended family.
Yulin was born in Shanghai and started his career in the textile industry. He was promoted to the senior management team which brought him to Xian in the late 1950s, where he worked for 40 years before his retirement. After retirement, he continued in consulting and advisory roles in the industry.
In both his personal and professional life, He was thorough, detail oriented, always prepared. handled things responsibly and efficiently. He was also a good listener and effective communicator.
Yulin was a dedicated family man and a doting father to his daughters. Together, with his wife of 64 years, they built a life full of joy and adventure. and a marriage with enough love and respect to last a lifetime. Dad was a big soccer fan. I still remembered we got up at 2 am in the morning to watch world cup games. He loved playing bridge. He taught me how to play in my teenage years. We played family bridge games with sisters and had a lot of fun. He enjoyed music. His favorite artists are Teresa Teng and ABBA.
He will be deeply missed by MingChui Zheng, Lizhu Shen, Huiqun Zhang and dear friends.
A large thank you to the staff at Forest Hill for their care and support during his last days.
Due to the uncertainties of today, visitation and funeral service will be private.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Yulin’s memory may be made to the Dementia Society.
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