1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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Freya Tan

March 15, 1960 - March 16, 2019

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    Than Oo says

    We are deeply saddened by the news of Freya’s passing. Please accept our most sincere condolences Aung Choon. Reminds me of the days in the late 90s when I stopped by at your place in Madison each time I traveled from Minneapolis to Flint. She was the most kindhearted and gracious host despite all of us still struggling then. Please take comfort in knowing that you now have an angel watching over you. Take care of yourself too now. TNO & Aye Mar.

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    Thein Oo says

    Dear Aung Choon,
    We are very sorry to hear your great loss, you wife Freya’ s passing. I spoke with her at least twice over the phone in the past when I called you to chat with you. Please accept our sincere condolences to you and your family. May she rest in peace.
    Thein Oo and Susan.

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    Aung Thu says

    Dear Aung Choon,
    We are very sad to hear the news of your loss. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.
    We will be thinking of you at this difficult time. Ko Aung Thu, Aye Ma, Ma Ma Hmwe, Ko Cho and Bo Bo

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    Aye Aye Khine says

    Dear Aung Choon,
    So sorry to hear about your great loss. Please accept my deepest condolences.

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    Thar Thar Oo says

    Dear Aung Choon,
    I am so sorry to hear about the demise of your beloved wife Freya..Please accept my deepest sympathy and condolences to you and the family. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
    May she be Rest In Peace .

    Thar Thar Oo

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    Thein Aung says

    Dear Aung Choon,
    Sorry to hear about your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences. May she Rest In Peace.
    Thein Aung

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    Win Thein says

    Dear Aung Choon,
    Sorry about your loss.
    Please accept my deepest condolences.

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    Yee Yee Kyaing says

    Dear Aung Choon,
    So sad to hear your great loss. Please accept my sincere deepest condolences. May she rest in peace.

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    Vee Manc says

    My sincere condolences go to the family at this trying time. There is a Bible passage that comforts me greatly. Jesus promised he will resurrect our loved ones. John 5: 28 and 29. When earth becomes the place of peace Jesus talked about at Matthew 5:5, then we will live the promise of everlasting peace. Psalm 37:29. We have a promise from God at Revelation 21:3,4. There will be no more death and pain. There is more comfort to be read about in God’s Word, the Bible concerning the resurrection and reuniting with our loved ones. May God’s peace be yours. Isaiah 26:4.

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Freya Tan, 59, was born on March 15, 1960 in Rangoon, Burma (Myanmar). She was the wife of Aung Choon, Pathologist at Deaconess Hospital.

Freya graduated from Rangoon University with a degree in Industrial Chemistry. She also received a Chemical Engineering degree from the Rangoon Institute of Technology. Freya immigrated to the United States in 1990 from Rangoon, Burma. She worked at Forrest Products Lab in Madison, Wisconsin. She worked on many research projects to improve technology in the paper manufacturing industries.

She is survived by her loving nieces and nephews Monica Tan, Wilson Tan, Jessica Tan, Gerald Tan, James Tan, Justin Tan, Nakita Tan, Khin Su Mon, Than Kywe Oo, Su Myat Kyin, Toe Toe Aung Gyi, Pyae Phyo Thinn, Thiri Khine, May Thu Zin, and Khant Nyar Aung.

Visitation will be from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 19th at Sunset Funeral Home 1800 St. George Road Evansville, IN 47711.

We would like to thank and express our gratitude to all our family, friends, and colleagues.

Freya and I could not make this long, arduous, challenging journey of our life without your support, help and encouragement.

Finally, as all you know, Freya can escape smoothly without hardship from this tragic entrapment and comfortably rest in peace.

Although we accomplished this journey, it would not be easy without all your physical, mental, and spiritual support.
Our special thanks and appreciation go to Ma Moe, Daw Aye Aye Win, Ohn Myint Yee, Daw Shwe, Naw Mi, Karen Phillips, and Kim Pierce for assisting Freya’s personal needs around the clock.

We are very much grateful to Deaconess Hospital, Ohio Valley Pathologists, and Deaconess Hospital Lab, for allowing us to practice as usual during these special years.

We like to express our special gratitude to U Kuthala and all the monks, Dr. Carol Ann Goodman, Dr. Mary Tadros, Dr. Julie Gerhardt, Dr. Ashley Richeson, Dr. Kenneth combs, Dr. Arthur Bentsen, Tracy Stephens, palliative care team, hospice care nurses and visiting nurse association.

Finally, we really appreciate the Burmese Buddhist association of the area (Owensboro, Louisville, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Bowling green, Nashville, etc), and the hard working Burmese immigrants of Owensboro for all the best help whenever possible.

You all can contribute to Deaconess Foundation, 600 Mary Street, Evansville, IN 47710-9985 or www.deaconess.com/foundation in memory of Freya Tan tribute fund.

Thank you all

Aung and Freya
4149 Rosewood Ave
Evansville, IN 47711

Aung Cell Phone 608 217 4533
Freya Cell Phone 608 213 6688