Bunnath “Timmy” Ouk of Lowell, MA

 

Bunnath “Timmy” Ouk, 56, of Lowell died surrounded by his loving family on Thursday, March 9, 2017 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

He was married to Socheatha Som for eighteen years.

Born in Kampong Thom, Cambodia, he was the son of the late Kork Hass and Lach Yith. He graduated from High School and attended college in Wisconsin.

Timmy came to the USA in 1982. He was a proud resident of Lowell.

He worked as a fiber optic technician for Thermal Scientific of Tewksbury.

He was a member of the Trairatanaram Buddhist Temple in N. Chelmsford.

Timmy was a loving husband and father. He was a true family man.

He enjoyed playing guitar, volleyball, ping-pong, billiards and chess.

Besides his wife he is survived by his son, Chettra “Kyle” Ouk of Lowell; step-son, Vattana “Ryan” Thach of Lowell; brother, Soeun Ouk of Stoughton, WI; sister, Bunny Ouk Pen and her husband, Man Pen of Lowell; mother-in-law, Keat Ou of Easthampton, MA and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Visiting hours Sun. 12Noon to 2P.M. at the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME, 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD. Funeral Mon. at 8A.M. at Trairatanaram Buddhist Temple in N. Chelmsford. Cremation at the Merrimack Crematory, Merrimack, NH. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041. Guestbook at www.dolanfuneralhome.com

 

Visitation

March 12, 2017
12Noon-2P.M.
Dolan Funeral Home, Chelmsford, MA

Funeral

March 13, 2017
8:00 AM
Trairatanaram Buddhist Temple in N. Chelmsford
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  2. Del says:

    My condolences to the family. As you comprehend this profound loss…know that it is okay to grieve the loss of your dear loved one. For the true God in the heavens feel your pain (Psalms 83:18). He knows your suffering and will help you cope with your grief. Have faith in God’s promise at Acts 24:15 of having the hope of seeing your loved one again. It is comforting for us to know that God does not cause suffering and that one day it will end Job 14:14-15 and Rev. 21:3,4.

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