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Chao Tai

Chao Tai, aged 78, passed away on September 29, 2023, in Edmonton, leaving behind a profound sense of grief. Born in Vietnam in 1944 to parents Huai Ching Tai and Chin Yuin Tang, Chao relocated to Canada after completing his studies at the University of Singapore Medical School. With his FRCPC earned in Ottawa, he embarked on a rewarding career as a neurologist in Regina before transitioning to Edmonton.

In addition to his professional achievements, Chao was a remarkably generous individual, supporting various charitable causes throughout his lifetime. He dedicated many years to serving as the president of the Edmonton Chinese School and was a devout Catholic who fervently advocated for the Rosary and Divine Mercy prayer. Chao’s Catholic faith was also evident through his involvement with the charitable Guizhou Rose Society, to which he dedicated considerable time and resources, making a tangible difference.

Survived by his wife, Tan Eng, Chao leaves behind a loving family, including his children Peter (Connie) and Felicia (Adam), as well as his grandchildren Emelia, Christian, Kayla, Everett, and Cameron. He is also survived by his siblings Mien, Yuen, and Janet Tai Landa, along with numerous nieces and nephews. During this difficult time, the family finds solace in the immense outpouring of support and love from friends and relatives who have reached out. They express their heartfelt gratitude to all, including the dedicated healthcare providers who offered unwavering support during this trying period.

Visitation will commence on Friday, October 6 at 9:15 a.m., followed by eulogies at 9:50 a.m., and a Funeral Mass at 10:00 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Basilica, located at 10044 – 113 Street, Edmonton. Following the cremation, an inurnment will take place at the Holy Cross Mausoleum. To view the livestream of the service and inurnment, kindly visit the website http://www.parkmemorial.com and select “Webcasting” from Chao’s Book of Memories. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation at https://support.royalalex.org/.Photos. Memories and condolences can also be shared through the website http://www.parkmemorial.com.

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