"Dear 3 PakAs I a child in Penang, I remember those days when you used to return from your overseas trips and how you always have gifts for all of me and my brothers.There is no favourtism in how you equally showed us your love amongst your nieces and nephews. I shall always remember the last time I was in Sydney and we watched the Olmpics games together on tv and how you were so knowledgable in all the games and it's scoring.Andrew was so touched as you patiently explained to him each games. He use to tease you as you were practicing your songs in Mama's kitchen. I also remember how my mum organised your wedding dinner in Penang and we had such fun as small children as it was the first wedding we had attended from our Family.Miss you dearly 3 Pak. Thank you for all you are to us.You had made us all realise how fragile life is, and that we ought to show more love and appreciation to all of those who are with us. Rest in peace in the Hands of GodVanessa Anne Teoh Poh GaikDaneail Teoh Andrew Teoh Sui ZongMum Vanlada and Papa"
"The loss of a love one is so hard to face, you just want to hide, go some where and escape! But death is something, we all must go through, I know it’s hard, when it’s someone you loved and knew. Just know now, he is in a better place, no more hurt or pain shall he face. It seems unfair and yes this is true, but he is in Heaven now watching over me and you! God has called him home to rest!! And he’s being well taken care of Because God knows best! To my beloved 3 Pak who left usDanny Dominic Teoh Poh Gin"
"Brother Yew, though we did not spend too much time together, I have fond memories of you as my older cousin; someone I looked up to when I was a little girl and connected to when I was a teenager whenever you returned to Penang from England. I will always treasure the last chat we had this year; a time when I learned to appreciate, respect and remember you for your inner strength and cheerfulness. May peace be with you always, Brother Yew.Hean Seng"