A real champion

This note is in response to the recent news story that featured the resilience, work ethic, commitment and community leadership of On Ouch.

My family would like to extend additional commendations and love for On and his wife May and their devotion to family and friends.

We met the Ouch’s more than five years ago as both of our eldest children attended All Saints Nursery School.

We are amazed at their ability to honour and prioritize their family, and others, amidst their very busy life of owning and running a restaurant.

We also feel graced and moved by the time they have spent with our four children, when they have three precious young ones of their own.

Their friendship and our shared journey, and pad thai, has been both a privilege and a blessing.

Giselle White

Vernon

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