Our prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to the Ahfat & extended families for your loss. We will always remember Mr. Ahfat as a caring and welcoming person, and know he will be greatly missed! May he Rest In Peace!
-Roger and Monique
May Monsieur Ahfat rest in peace. He can be proud to live up to 102 years and to be the Dean of such a big family....threading from china via Mauritius to canada.
He could have live longer....
Condoléances à toute la famille.
May Mr Atkio Ahfat Rest In Peace
Our thoughts and Prayers are with the family
Charles and Danielle
Our Warmest Condolences to Ahfat families and extended, Lovingly In Christ, Denise, Steven n Tram, Ryan, Tam n Zoephi Cheng
Wow! I still have flashback of my last visit at Carewest to Mr. Ahfat with Danielle Lam. Our plan was to say our Catholic prayers with him then take him out in his wheelchair.
I handed him a French rosary prayer card with written prayers included. He was praying along with us. At our surprise look,he confirmed, he knew his prayers by heart.
To conclude, Danielle and I were both divinely joyful, the prayer went well. As he was a willing participant, it was longer than we planned. After we placed him where he wanted outside the entrance to watch the birds tweeting, while we continued our rosary n Chaplet of Divine Mercy. Praise n Thanks to Almighty God! Amen!
Please accept our condolences during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May he Rest In Peace.
On behalf of the Chai family let me send our deepest condolences on the recent passing of Atkio. Despite last seeing him some 30 years ago, we all have a vivid memory of Atkio, a very nice person, always calm and smiling, never angry.
Sending my deepest condolences to the Ah Fat family and extended families. What a blessing of long life God had blessed Mr Ah Fat! He will be missed wth good memories always especially his funny expression of words! Rest In Peace!
You shall come to your grave in ripe old age,
like a sheaf gathered up in its season.
He lived well and satisfied with the loving families who took care of him.
“Honor your father and mother” (this is the first commandment with a promise), “that it may go well with you and that you may live long in the land.”
It’s a celebration of life!