I am sorry to be responding now over a year later… but I just saw this tonight! I had no idea and am so sincerely sorry for your loss and was heartbroken about this news. I was a longtime transcriptionist and also office employee for Dr. Eng during high school & business school years. He was so kind, hard working, and a sort of father figure to me. It was an honor to know him and work with him. (Sadly, I lost my mom to COVID complications too last Jan. 2022 - she was also a transcriptionist in his office and knew him.). My heart goes out to all of you. He was a most thoughtful, genuine, and special person who will truly be missed by so many.
We are so completely saddened to learn that our dear friend, Tin, has passed away. Tin was the best of the best; it is tragic that his life was cut short. The world needs more people like him. He was brilliant, kind, generous, loyal, a great doctor, plus a great friend. We will always remember Tin. Our sincere condolences to Tin's family, Sue and his children and grandchildren.
To the Eng family,
I'm heartbroken to hear of Dr. Eng's passing. Dr. Eng was my doctor but also was our family's friend. His wisdom and kindness are indelibly etched in my mind. I feel fortunate to have known him, to have been the recipient of his excellent care and to have seen his great smile. Our entire family loved Tin Y. Eng. I'm very sorry for your loss.
Dr Eng was my Dr. back in the 90s and then again at Quad/Med. He did scold me in his own way about wearing sunscreen. I am so sorry to hear that he has passed. Wonderful man and Dr.
Dr. Eng was kind to me.
He asked how I was paying for treatments and found out I had no insurance. He paid from then out. It's something I'll never forget. My condolences to his family.
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Dear Family of Dr. Tin Eng,
My heartfelt condolences Sue, and family . I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Dr. Eng was a dear, kind man and will be sadly missed by many of us.
Working with Dr. Eng was a special time in my life. I enjoyed working with him at Wheaton Franciscan. I told him several times " this was the best working years of my life." He made a difference in so many ways, with so many people. I can still see his smile and hear his laugh!
Dearest Auntie Sue, Sandy, Dana, Tammy, Timmy and the extended family,
With all my heart, we wanted to send you our very best thoughts and energies during this time. To receive the news that we have all lost such a kind, loving, warm, ever-so-cute and generous being on this Earth is very sad news indeed. Words fall short to describe the way Uncle Tin made me and so many others feel...maybe simply put loved, appreciated and just happy to be around him. His good nature, kind face and and cheeky smile ... are all that flash into my mind at the mention of his name. We were ever so lucky to know him. We send an abundance of love and a deep, warm embrace from Zürich. We burn a candle brightly for Uncle Tin here in Zurich!!
Leslie, Sebastian, Samuel & David
Dear Sue & Family: I was deeply saddened to see Tin's obituary. I thought he was indestructible, the ultimate survivor albeit with good humor and a joke to tell.
The death of a loved one is always a surrealistic event: "I can't believe it has happened!" I still feel that way at times even though Harriet passed away 10 years ago from pancreatic cancer. However I found helpful, even if it is difficult to alter a great sense of loss, to flip that sense of loss to how lucky I had been for 45 years. It was clear indeed both you and Tin were a great family team and a very lucky couple for 49 years!
Tin was personal friend but also a professional colleague from his days as a Derm resident to being a colleague in the office after he left his practice partnership in the Central Mayfair office building. As a Dermatologist Tin showed amazing flexibility and adaptability in his role in multiple locations and practices, always excelling in his care of patients. . Throughout his professional career we enjoyed exchanging comments about patients and amusing stories, always with a smile which seem to about erupt in a chuckle. As a Dermatologist and as a Physician he was always concerned about his patient's welfare and they recognized that in him. That is why he was always the best example of a competent physician whose professional and personal style was an example to be emulated by all of us.
To sum it up, Tin Y. Eng was a good man and everyone who knew him is better person because of him!
I was so sad to hear of Dr. Eng's passing. I worked with him for years at Quad Med in his semi-retirement. He was an absolute delight, and I learned alot from him. We had many laughs together and was a wonderful man to work for. He truly cared about his patients and gave them a 110%. I remember one summer day, after a weekend at the lake, Dr Eng came to work at Quad, and I was telling him about a patient and he stopped me mid sentence and said, "Tracy, why is your forehead peeling".... A great man and will be missed by many, a d myself, Godspeed, Dr. Eng.
This is a short testament to our good friend and godfather to our children. Tin was one of the most generous, caring and loving persons our family was ever blessed into having come into our lives. He was an excellent role model as a person and everyone cared deeply for him. His love of like and consideration always of others is his endearing legacy. His long family heritage and continuing love of others will carry forward through his children and their children. He was small in stature but HUGE in soul, with a great smile and laugh that will always be remembered. God Bless Him.
Doug and Meg
Our family’s sympathy to your family. Dr. Eng was our dermatologist for a number of years. It was obvious that he was passionate about his work, yet equally dedicated to his family. God’s love be with you.
Bob and Kerry Mallow
Mrs. Eng and family,
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Dr. Eng. He was my mentor when I started at Affiliated and certainly became my friend. He taught me everything about Dermatology and I came to love it. He always said I knew what he needed before he did. He was the most kind, caring, generous man I have known. He cared so much for his family and his patients. So many memories of working with him that are etched in my mind. I know he enjoyed his naps at lunchtime and I hated to wake him. I will never forget him and was happy I got to see him a few years ago. Know that he is at peace and left a legacy like no other. Truly an outstanding individual.
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.