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Anh Dung  Ho
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On December 20, 1969 God gave the gift of life to our beloved grandparents -  their daughter Anh Dung Thi Ho. "Dungy" was the second youngest of 12 children. She was born mentally handicapped and did not walk until the age of 5 years old. This did not stop Dungy to grow, care, help, inspire, and live life. She was a special young girl who taught so many of us to be closer to God. Coming from the Vietnam War to starting a new life in Renton, WA was just the beginning of her tough journey here on earth. She took care of all her nieces and nephews:  changed our diapers, fed us, played with us, watched Sesame Street, Popeye, Woody Woodpecker, Curious George, Mickey Mouse, and even Barney. 
Growing up with Aunt Dungy had many of us family members become more involved and patient with people and those with different types of disabilities. We got the gift of patience and love from Aunt Dungy.  The last years of her life were difficult with the cancer spreading and shutting her body down yet she had a great sense of humor and gave everyone a sense of happiness. After all her treatments, she wanted to go to restaurants or a party. We all admired how she took everything in stride.
Before Dungy closed her eyes and went home to God, she gave each of us many gifts, unique gifts from a beautiful, pure heart.  The gift of patience, love, kindness, humbleness, forgiveness, and living life to the fullest. She used her stubbornness to fight the cancer, the gift to fight and not be a quitter. No matter how much pain and suffering she endured she was a woman of great strength. Dungy was diagnosed with cancer in 2014, after chemo, a 9 hour surgery and more chemo, it went into remission. A year later the cancer came back stronger than ever yet she proved so many doctors wrong.  Dungy was given months to live yet her love for us turned those months into years. Years of experiencing her love, memory, and witty humor. She was always giving to us.  She got to have her dreams come true.  Going on road trips to California and to Disneyland and hugging Chucky Cheese at her birthday meant so much to her. She loved riding on the Santa Train and on any train. Going on a boat for whale watching or the ferry. Seeing the mountains and going hiking. When she was not able to walk, she enjoyed being wheeled around in the wheelchair. Dungy had such a positive attitude with every obstacle that came her way. It appeared to the world that her baby sister Dee was taking care of her but it was she who took care of her baby sister and taught her so much about unconditional love. Rest in peace Dungy and thank you for all the memories.


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5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Marlatt Funeral Home

713 Central Ave. N.
Kent, WA 98032

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713 Central Ave. N.
Kent, WA 98032

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713 Central Ave. N.
Kent, WA 98032

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9

Feb

4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Marlatt Funeral Home

713 Central Ave. N.
Kent, WA 98032

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12

Feb

11:00 AM
St. Stephen The Martyr

13055 SE 192nd
Renton, WA 98059

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