Ng Sze Han Obituary, Death – After the passing of their mother while he was only 16 years old, he was responsible for taking care of their nine younger siblings. During this trying time, his second aunt took care of his five younger siblings by bringing them to Singapore, ensuring that they had a place to live, and making sure that they received an education for themselves. He had a great deal of respect for his second aunt.

After completing his high school education, he went on to become a teacher. He wed a lovely young lady who was 28 years old, and the two of them went on to have a total of six children together. Even though his income as a teacher was only RM140 per month, he still managed to send his siblings in Singapore RM50 in order to assist them. Only RM90 was left for his family in Sri Gading, Batu Pahat, which consisted of his wife, children, and other siblings. His family also included his parents.

After school, he would head straight to the rubber and oil palm plantation where he worked to contribute to the financial well-being of the family. His oil palm field was under his watchful eye from the time he retired till the moment he passed away. He had a reputation for being a warm and compassionate teacher, and all of his pupils had the utmost respect for him. On the evening of the last day of the year, he would be greeted by a large number of his former students, as well as the children and grandchildren of his former pupils.

He had a lot of affection for his younger brothers and sisters. Everyone in his family, including his nieces, nephews, and cousins, looked up to him. His siblings included.
The recounting of stories by him was one of his grandchildren’s most treasured pastimes. The group of 12 will notice and miss him greatly.

The value of family was something that he made sure to impress upon his offspring. He had a kind and generous nature toward other people, and he made sure to share the best things with the elderly.
Thank you, Pa. You’ve improved. until we meet again.