Charity and Useful Works
L to R Standing:Christine Lim,Joseph Lye, Hiew SF, Yeap TL, Wang JH, Chew SF, David Chow, Lim BD. Seated:Lim WF, Ang Siew Soon, Richard Tan, Ooi CT. L to R:Lim Boon Dak presenting Get Well Ang Pow to Ang Siew Soon.

MACVs Welfare Visits
14 Jan 19
Kuala Lumpur MACVs visited Ang Siew San at his home at Sri Gombak on 7 Jan 19. He is recovering an operation he undergone on 2 Jan 2019 at Sg Buloh Hospital. Lim Boon Dak presented Ang with MACVA Get Well Ang Pow during the visit. MACVs also visited Albert Phoon at Hospital Ramsay Sime Darby on 11 Jan 19. He who is recovering from influenza. Ooi Chai Thuan presented him with MACVA Get Well Ang Pow during the visit.

The MACVs have taken time off to visit their fellow colleagues; to cheer them up and wish them well. This small gesture shows great camaraderie and comradeship among fellow MACVs and kudos to all who have made the effort. It is one of MACVA objectives to render assistance and support to its Veteran members who are in dire need of help and we pray for their speedy recovery.

Presenting Get Well Ang Pow to Albert Phoon. L to R:Alton Lee, Victor Goh, Richard Tan, Ooi CT, Goh TK. Albert Phoon is seated.
Visiting MACVA team with Wong Hap Chye holding up his Get Well Ang Pow.

MACVs Welfare Visit
7 Jan 19
A MACVA team led by Brig Gen Dr Leong Weng Foon (Rtd) visited 78 years old Wong Hap Chye at Tung Shin Hospital Kuala Lumpur on 2 Jan 19. He is recovering from a stroke that he had sufferred on 28 Nov 18. Dr Leong and Tang Wah had earlier visited him on 27 Dec 18. Wong had joined the Federation Armoured Car Regiment in 1959 and served with out troops in Congo. He transferred to the Medical Corps in the late 1960s and left in July 1975 after serving for 16 years. Wong was presented with a Get Well Ang Pow and Get Well Card with the names of all the visiting MACVs. The family of Wong Hap Chye record their appreciation and thanks to the visiting team.

The MACVA visiting team comprises of:-
Army - Dr Leong Weng Foon, Lee Chan Yong, Che Ee Sin, Tang Wai Yee,
Hong Swee Chui, Chia Yong Kong, Tang Wah, Lye Wah.
RMN - Jason Ng, Mary Koh, Tony Ho, Pastor Richard Moh.
RMAF - Phung Yoon Min, Hj Mohamad Arbe Idris, Chan Thien Fu.

The MACVs have taken time off to visit their fellow comrade; to cheer him up and wish him well. This small gesture shows great camaraderie and comradeship among fellow MACVs. Kudos and BZ to all who have made the effort. It is one of MACVA objectives to render assistance and support to its Veteran members who are in dire need of help and we pray for his speedy recovery.

L to R:Hj Mohamad Arbe Idris, Chan Thien Fu, Wong and Phung Yoon Min. Get Well Card with visiting MACV names.
Sarawak MACVs and wives visiting Ambrose Yap. Robert Guan massaging Ambrose hand.

MACVs Welfare and Christmas Goodwill Visits
26 Dec 18
Sarawak Chapter MACVs visited Ambrose Yap on Christmas Eve. A total of 13 MACVs and wives led by Foo Ah Cheng made the visit on 24 Dec 18 at Tabuan Jaya Nursing Home in Kuching. The group spend more than an hour talking and giving words of encouragement to Ambrose and his wife Regina. Robert Guan through his kindness gave a 30 mins massage to Ambrose to improve his right hand and leg mobility. Teoh Yen Seng presented him with a fruit basket and John Lai presented him with a Get Well Angpau during the visit.

Teoh Yen Seng presenting fruit basket to Ambrose. John Lai presenting Get Well Angpau to Ambrose.

Ambrose and Regina were very happy and thankful for the spirit and joy brought on by the visit. MACVs present at the visit were:-
VP Army Godfrey Chang, SC Leader Foo Ah Cheng and wife Yok Lin,
Chong Kok Hing, Tan Meng See, Teoh Yen Seng,
Robert Guan, David Fu and wife Brenda,
John Lai, Yee FS, Rocky Chan and Austin Wee.

Malacca MACVs visiting Edward Skading.

Malacca MACVs visited Associate Member Edward Skading at Malacca General Hospital on 23 Dec 18. He is undergoing treatment for abdominal problems. Bringing the festive cheers to him were Soon, Thomas Ng and Peter Tuan.

Kuala Lumpur MACVs and wife visiting Ung Eng Bee.

Meanwhile, Kuala Lumpur MACVs visited Ung Eng Bee at his home in Taman Petaling, Kepong this afternoon. Bringing him the festive cheers and wishing him well were:-
Leong YP, Alton Lee KP, Stevem Lam Hong
Lau MT, Mrs Ung, Ooi AB, Peter Cheng TB
Phung Yoon Min, Loh HC and CM Lim Wai Fah.

The MACVs in Sarawak, Malacca and Kuala Lumpur have taken time off to visit their fellow colleagues; to cheer them up and wish them well over the Christmas festive period. This act of compassion and meaningful gesture shows great camaraderie and comradeship among fellow MACVs and kudos to all who have made the effort. It is one of MACVA objectives to render assistance and support to its Veteran members who are in dire need of help and we pray for their speedy recovery. MACVA President Tan Pau Son wishes all MACVs Merry Xmas and A Happy New Year on this joyous festive period.

19 Jan 19
"WO 2 Edward Skading (Rtd)left us peacefully on Sunday, 13 Jan 19 at 6.30 am. His funeral mass was held on Friday, 18 Jan 19 at Francis Xavier Church, Malacca and his final resting place was at Julutong Catholic Cemetery. He was honoured a military send off by NCO's from the Malaysian Royal Armoured Corps. MACVs comprises Army, RMN and RMAF Veterans were present to pay their last respect to their departed comrade."

L to R Standing:Jeff Kok, Mrs Maggie Kok and Tan Pau Son. L to R:Lai Choo, Ang Kee Lam, Chye Beng Siang, Goh Meng Foong, Mrs Goh and Phoo Ah Fook.

MACVs Welfare Visits
16 Dec 18
MACVA President Tan Pau Son visited Steven Kok at UM Medical Centre, Petaling Jaya on 15 Dec 18. Steven is recovering from a successfully surgery he underwent on 13 Dec 18. The President presented Get Well ang pow to Mrs Maggie Kok during the visit. MACVs Tan Siew Soon visited him on 11 Dec 18 and Raymond Goh visited him on 14 Dec 18. Northern Chapter MACVs visited Goh Meng Foong at his home in Penang. Goh is recuperating from a successful operation he underwent on 26 Nov 18. The visiting MACVs presented him with Get Well ang pow and fruit/flower basket.

The MACVs have taken time off to visit their fellow colleagues; to cheer them up and wish them well. This small gesture shows great camaraderie and comradeship among fellow MACVs and kudos to all who have made the effort. It is one of MACVA objectives to render assistance and support to its Veteran members who are in dire need of help and we pray for their speedy recovery.

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