Saturday, April 15, 2006

Our Deepest Condolences



It is with great sadness for us to learn about the sudden demise and departure of our great friend, club treasurer, club founding member, council member and superbiker Eddy 'Old Man' Wong Yeng Ho.

He sadly and tragically passed away in Thailand on 15 April 2006.

Our deepest condolences and prayers goes out to his immediate family.

His presence, service and company will deeply missed by all who he has touched.

As a last request made known to his son, Eddy wanted his casket to be escorted by an entourage of superbikes as the procession heads for the funeral.

We all would like to honour that wish and invite you and any other bikers to join us this Saturday, 22nd April 2006, 9.30am at his home, No 32, Jalan Mambu, Bukit Bandaraya, Bangsar to his Factory in Jalan Chan Sow Lin and then convoy together to the crematorium on Jalan 229, near Kampung Tunku PJ.
(Exact route subject to further confirmation but tentatively confirmed)

Police Outriders will also be assisting in this convoy. Please adhere to all rules and safety measures to avoid any unwanted incidents. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Directions to Eddy's house: From Jalan Damansara, turn into Jalan Maarof, go up the hill, Bangsar Shopping Complex Traffic Lights turn right, and turn left at first junction.

From the Council, Members of Super Bikers Club Malaysia and friends.

p.s: For all bikers, please ride extra safely and with safety gears on all your journeys.

4 comments:

Thebiker and Digitalartist said...

Rest in Peace, my Friend

Eddy was a good friend, a fellow founding member of the Super Bikers Club of Malaysia, and an asset to our club. Bikes was in his blood as they are in mine. Been with him on many rides, notably SBCM's first international rides - Jakarta to Bali and then Jakarta to Acheh. We've ridden to China together and to Sulawesi and to Laos. Thailand was our very familiar backyard, where we've ridden countless times, and Koh Samui is one of our favourite destinations...

It is sad that Eddy has to leave us while in such familiar surroundings, but he has had a full life, and with bikes is his blood, he has often said that when it's time to go to that big bikeshop in heaven, it's best to go there riding....

Deep down, it was almost as if he knew that would be how he'd go...
Rest in Peace, my friend. You will be sorely missed....

Yusuf Hashim
Kawasaki ZZR....

andrewhtf said...

Does anyone knows what happened? Clearer details?

Ducatista said...

yeah, he and his nephew was hit by a car which suddenly u-turned without any signal... seven broken ribs and passed away in the OT...

Anonymous said...

hi this is justin here, i've created a tribute site for him at http://wongyahoo.blogspot.com .Please feel free to send me any photos or messages at kompressenetsche@hotmail.com and I will upload it. thank you.