March 7, 1966 - April 6, 2021
我的老公郭昭廷，一個出生於台灣嘉義卜子的男孩1966年3月7號，享年55歲，他是一個樂天知命堅強勇敢樂於助人的好男人。是他的外公外婆將他帶大到7歲才北上和父母同住，小時候他較內向害羞 。不喜歡與人有過多的交流，但他可是遺傳到媽媽的好基因有這一副的好歌喉和藝術天份，他能唱出一曲又一曲悅耳動聽的歌曲，想當年他就是用這種美妙動聽的聲音與我結下這段好姻緣，於是我們在1993年12月12日結婚了，我們的感情世界充滿許許多多的好滋味，他疼我愛我凡事都為我著想處處都忍讓我十足的時尚暖男。婚後我們在1994年生下了我們第一個寶貝Sherry聰明又善解人意，也讓生活變得更加忙碌充實，1995年迎來我們等二個寶貝sylvia 有這很多與爸爸相同性格的她很善良很貼心。為了讓下一代有更好的生活環境和生活品質我們接受了媽媽的建議，來到了人人向往的美國，初到美國是帶著喜悅的心情但有些迷茫和不安情緒，凡是從頭開始從0計算的新移民生活，語言生活習慣環境讓生活變得更加緊張，工作的不順心壓力接種而來，面臨著生活種種考驗，讓本來開心的老公失去很多笑容，也直接影響到健康，身體出現了不適應從心裏到生裏。終於到了2008年12月31號一個晴天霹歷的噩夢降臨到我們的身邊，我的老公中風了，一個家庭支柱就這樣倒了，叫我們晴何以堪面臨這麼大的不幸。 感謝上帝保佑，為了老公小孩我總是勇敢接受和面對上帝給予的問題，一日復一日老公不斷的做復健做治療慢慢康復，雖然有些行動不便，但他依舊開心陪伴著我和我們最愛的寶貝一起成長度過每一個美好的時光，永遠把笑容歡樂帶給我們，就是這樣的一個好男人，我們全家都愛他，我們彼此互相照顧噓寒問暖，孩子的成長過程他永遠不缺席，讓他最動容的兩件事情就是他參加了兩個寶貝的大學畢業典禮，這也許是他唯一感到驕傲的事情，有兩個這麼棒的女兒，做任何付出都值得，眼看孩子們一個一個都獨立，我就和他商量未來退休的日子，到那兒走走看看逛逛，回到自己的家郷過著幸福的日子，我們也改變飲食習慣，早睡早起走路運動正想著如何規劃老年生活，又一個災難又降臨到這個家庭，為什麼為什麼好多個為什麼，就在4/6/2021那天他離開我們了，拋下我和孩子潚灑自己先去旅行了，任由我不停吶喊寶貝女兒的哭泣聲在也留不住他，真的心疼真的不捨，感謝28年的陪伴，有你的日子很有溫度，在多的話也無法形容和表達對你的愛。 雖然你的離開讓大家都很不捨，但你的精神會一直存留在我們的心中，現在他是家中最自由的人，走到那裡就可以帶到那裡的可攜帶老公，所以我們一點都不孤單，祝福我最愛的老公在另一個世界各各角落都能很健康很平安很喜樂，無病無痛，我們永遠永遠永遠愛你。 Kuo Family!!! Chao Ting Kuo (Tim), age 55, passed unexpectedly on April 6, 2021 at Riverside Methodist Hospital. Chao, the eldest son in the Kuo family was born in Chiayi, Taiwan on March 7, 1966 and was brought up by his grandparents. At the age of 6, he moved back to Taipei, Taiwan to be with his parents. He has two younger siblings, a younger brother, Jon Ko, and a younger sister, Jean Ko. Chao married his wife, Hsiang Yi Wu (Eve) on December 12, 1993 who gave birth to two daughters, Sherry Hsuan-Ling Kuo on January 15, 1994 and Sylvia Szu-Hsuan Kuo on December 19, 1995 in Taipei. At the age of 28, Chao traveled to Xiamen, China to help grow his family's textile business. His wife and two daughters later joined him in 1996. Chao and his family then immigrated to Columbus, Ohio on November 2, 1999 to start a new life and give his daughters a better quality of life with more opportunities. As a child, Chao was introverted and shy, but became more social during his early 20s as he held more responsibilities in his family's business. Chao was a great man with an infectious "happy go lucky" attitude. He was impossible not to love. He was optimistic, strong, brave, caring, and always willing to help others. As the eldest, he cared for and loved his siblings and cousins dearly. He was also a considerate husband and a devoted father to his daughters. His infectious smile, warmth, and laughter made strangers into fast friends. He was a man of many talents; he inherited his mother's beautiful and melodious singing voice, as well as, her amazing cooking skills. He was artistically talented as he could free-hand any drawing and had a passion for film and photography. He enjoyed and always sought out adventure. On December 31, 2008, Chao suffered a terrible stroke at the age of 42. He and his family were told the likelihood for him to recover was slim. It was not an easy journey, but he was able to beat the odds by working extremely hard in therapy. During this time, he discovered God and became a devout Christian. Although he never fully recovered from his stroke, he was never an absent father and continued to take care of and support his family. The two things that moved him most were the moments where he attended his daughter's college graduation ceremonies. It is impossible to express the tremendous loss felt by those who were fortunate enough to know Chao. The biggest nightmare of all was when he officially left his family and friends on April 6, 2021. Even though he has departed, his spirit will always remain close in our hearts. Chao was preceded in death by his Uncle Chi-Yu. Chao will be deeply missed by his mother, Irene Ko; father, I-nau Ko; wife, Eve Kuo; daughters, Sherry Kuo and Sylvia Kuo; younger brother, Jon Ko; younger sister, Jean Ko; god-brother, Kuo-Po; sister-in-law, Elizabeth Ko; nieces, Cecelia Ko and Cellini Ko; uncles, Chi H Yang and Alan Yang; aunt, Chi-Yu; cousins, Sharon Yang, Chad Yang, Jerry Yang, Amy Yang, Nelson Yang, Sophie Koeritzer, and Susan Koeritzer; dogs Duo Duo and Kona; and many more loving and caring aunts, uncles, cousins, and good friends in Taiwan and the in United States. Private services will be held for family, please visit Chao's webpage located at http://www.schoedinger.com/. A webcast recording will be available after 10 A.M. Tuesday, April 13th, 2021. Chao's family request that you please visit the memory maker link at https://memorymaker.tv/Events/recorder.html?Q5qipsUeWpxXQcu to share a private video with the family.
我的老公郭昭廷，一個出生於台灣嘉義卜子的男孩1966年3月7號，享年55歲，他是一個樂天知命堅強勇敢樂於助人的好男人。是他的外公外婆將他帶大到7歲才北上和父母同住，小時候他較內向害羞... View Obituary & Service Information
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