Kunsophannaro “Naro” Kang of Lowell

 

Kunsophannaro “Naro” Kang, 19, of Lowell died July 4, 2017 at Boston Children’s Hospital in Boston. Born in Lowell, he was the son of Kunsoky Kang and Chakrya So. He graduated from Lowell High School with the Class of 2016 and was attending Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in Boston.

Naro enjoyed music. He was a proud lifelong resident of Lowell.

Besides his parents he is survived by his sister, Kunsopheary Kang of Lowell and stepbrothers, Khemara Kang of Woburn and Khamarith Kang of Lowell.

Visiting hours Mon. 3 to 7P.M. Funeral Tues. at 8A.M. from the DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 106 MIDDLESEX ST. CHELMSFORD, with a funeral Mass at 9A.M. at St. John the Evangelist Church, Chelmsford. Burial in the Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge, MA. ARRANGEMENTS BY DOLAN FUNERAL HOME 978-251-4041.

 

Visitation

July 10, 2017
3-7P.M.
Dolan Funeral Home

Funeral

July 11, 2017
8 AM FH/ 9AM Church
St. John the Evangelist Church
N. Chelmsford, MA
  1. Lindsay says:

    “I’m very sorry for your great loss. May you find comfort and peace during this difficult time. Please read these encouraging Bible verses. Hosea 13:14, Philippians 4;6,7′

  2. Ronni Longwell says:

    My deepest sympathies to family and friends. I am grateful for the opportunity to have met this amazing young man at Hospice House and spend some time with him. He was a young man of great courage, strength and determination. Through adversity he still brought great joy to those around him and always brought a smile to my face. His spirit lives on in all who knew him and the place he holds in my heart will last forever! Shine on always.

  3. Jonathan Bowyer says:

    Even at his worst, you could always count on Naro to pick you up. Rest In Peace, my friend.

  4. Panha Lau says:

    We had English class together in high school. He enjoyed and appreciated life more than I could ever hope to imagine.

    Rest in peace, buddy.

  5. Cameron Horne says:

    I was an acquaintance of Naro and remember him as clear as day. He was the top of our class, super involved, and super kind. I sadly left Lowell, MA just after middle school so I never got to continue being around Naro. I am actually in the same row of people as Naro in the 8th grade BF Butler Middle School year book. He hasn’t changed much since I last seen him. He will be sorely missed and my prayers will go to him and his family. Rest in Peace my friend. You are in a better place now. <3

  6. Andy Nguyen says:

    One of my friends whom I struggled together with in our first year of high school. A wonderful friend and will be missed greatly.

  7. Randey Chan says:

    My god naro i will miss you so much. This hurts a lot to know you’re not here anymore. I wish i could’ve seen you again. R.I.P my brother i won’t forget you

  8. Brianna Croteau says:

    I’m so sorry for this loss, Naro was an amazing person. We met in kindergarten being in the same class, and I can not remember a single time where he was not being light and positive for the people around him. He truly was a great person and I can not be anymore honored to have known this beautiful soul. He will be missed.

  9. Alex Poirier says:

    One of my closest friends growing up. No one could break your spirit. RIP brother

  10. Kevin Dunham says:

    Naro was a pleasure to teach at LHS. He had incredible determination. He will be missed by all that he came to know and for that he will never be forgotten. Rest In Peace my friend.

  11. Katie Dube says:

    Naro was my student and he taught me as much as I taught him. I’ll always remember his passion

  12. Mary McLaughlin says:

    So sorry for your loss. Naro was an intelligent wonderful young man.It was a pleasure to have known him. Rest in peace my friend.
    Mary McLaughlin R.N. LHS

  13. Donald Foster says:

    Condolences go out to all the Kang family at this difficult time. All on 2nd Shift
    in Lawrence send their deepest sympathy and considerations to Kunsoky and his family
    and hope you find solace in knowing his suffering is over and he is in a better place.

  14. Susan Fraser says:

    Naro’s wonderful smile and positive spirit will never be forgotten. He had a strength that was admirable and inspiring. Rest In Peace, Naro.
    Mrs. Susan Fraser
    Butler School

  15. Eileen Horan says:

    I am so sad to learn that Naro has passed. He was a joy to teach at the Butler. May God hold him in His arms forever. I’ll never forget your smile Naro.

  16. Catherine Roller says:

    He was the smartest man I ever knew growing up. He showed so much potential, even in grammar school. He will be deeply missed and looked up to.

  17. Kelliann Bazemore says:

    My deepest sympathy for your loss. Naro was a courageous young man and he was a pleasure to know. I will remember all our wonderful conversations, during our visits. It was a priveledge to care for him.
    Kelliann Bazemore RN

  18. debbie costello says:

    I am so sorry to hear this sad news. Naro was a student of mine at LHS. He was kind and gentle; he made LHS a better place.
    Debbie Costello

  19. Stacey Geary says:

    I am so very sorry to hear of Naro’s passing. He was a wonderful young man and I was blessed to have had the privilege to care for him. He will always hold a very special place in my heart.
    With deepest sympathy,
    Stacey Geary, RN

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