In Memory of Heing Taing

Heing Taing, 41 of Calgary Alberta died on November 26, 2017 due to complications from cancer. Beloved wife of Shaneel Pathak for 9 years. Survived by her parents, Cheng Huy ad Ngop Taing.  Beloved sister of Ngy Taing and Y Gau, Ty and Moly Taing, Eng and Howard Eak, Sue and Aaron Latour and Yong and Valerie Taing.
Beloved niece of Kou Ngoy. Loving aunt of Andrew, Ada, William, Mary, Lily, Kimberly, Brooke and Connor.
 
Heing was an adventurer who lived for experiences. She travelled to over 30 countries including Iceland, Japan, Indonesia, Bermuda, Cuba and France during her cancer journey. She was from Leamington, Ontario but her love for mountains brought her to Vancouver before living in Calgary.  She was a dedicated Optometrist, volunteering her service on a eye-care mission in Costa Rica.
 
She was a strong advocate for lung cancer awareness and research.  Speaking at clinical trial conference in Calgary, writing a blog, Hanging-onto-Hope and sharing her experience on LVNG with Lung Cancer.
 
Funeral arrangements are being held at the Anderson Funeral Home in Windsor, Ontario on December 2nd at 1130am. A celebration of life will occur in Calgary in January.  In support for her advocacy for lung cancer research, the family asks that you consider donating to the Glans-Look Database in the donation form below, their work support the development of future treatments and therapies for those diagnosed with lung cancer.

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