Simon Tong Obituary, Simon Tong reportedly passed away

Simon Tong Death, Obituary – Simon Tong Simon Tong, who was 59 years old at the time of his untimely death on December 15th, 2022, passed away for reasons that were surprising. I will never forget him as a brilliant instructor because he instilled in me a passion for teaching, singing, and mathematics, amongst other things. I will never forget him. I shall never stop thinking of him as an exceptionally intelligent man.

Siglap Secondary School, Temasek Junior College, and the National University of Singapore are some of the institutions that my father attended (Sheares Hall). At the Raffles Girls’ School (Gifted Programme and Math Olympiad), as well as at the American Community School, he taught kids mathematics (Independent). After that, he began his career in the financial services industry by taking a position with Prudential as a financial advisor. Subsequently, he moved on to a position with AIA.

My father used to like putting me to the test by giving me some of the most challenging arithmetic problems he could think of when I was a kid, but I always responded to the challenge with excitement. He exerted a great deal of effort to ensure that my brother Jiim Tong and I would have all we required, as well as the devotion that he never received from his real father, and he did so in order for us to have it. This was done for our benefit.

It’s safe to assume that I got my voice from him, as he was an amazing singer in his own right. I am going to profoundly lament the loss of his distinctive voice. During his wake, a few of my dad’s friends shared with us how he had blessed a great number of his friends through the acts of friendship that he had shared with them. These deeds included performing for them at major events such as weddings, graduations, and anniversaries.

Such as singing for them at their weddings. A short while ago, my father died away. It gives me great joy to know that one of these precious moments was captured on tape in 2013. The video of my father singing “Remind me, my Lord” may be viewed below, and I strongly suggest that you give it a look.