Chung S. Yee

We are just hearing now about the passing of Chung S. (CS) Yee on February 18, 2021 at the age of 80. He is survived by his wife Anna. CS joined CSA in 1967 and was a team oriented, dedicated, dependable and respected certification engineer. He worked as a Senior Engineer in the Heating Appliance Group.

He was known as Yee by his many friends at CSA. After retirement Yee continued to keep in touch and get together with his colleagues and fellow retirees. He enjoyed attending retiree events.

A quiet family funeral was held due to the COVID situation and he was laid to rest in Vancouver where his son and family reside.

12 thoughts on “Chung S. Yee

  1. My condolences also go out to his family. When I started at CSA, I worked with him in the heating department, and he was a kind, gentle and intelligent person.

  2. My deepest condolences to the Yee family.
    Fondest memories in playing golf with Chung, we called him the Chungster.
    He didn’t hit it far but always accurate and always had lower scores.
    RIP my friend.

  3. My condolences to Chung’s family.
    I have a lot of fond memories of him at CSA and playing a lot golf together over the years.
    Thanks for all the great memories my friend and may you Rest In Peace.

  4. CS was a very respected Senior Engineer. Had tremendous knowledge of his product area and widely known in the Industry. He was my mentor and is very much an influence on my career at CSA. Lots of memories. RIP

  5. Although I only worked with him through consultation on a project I was working on, I did see him daily and he was always cordial and friendly. My condolences to his family.

  6. My condolences to Yee’s family . He was well respected from all Engineers. We always went for coffee at the same time. He was my mentor on microwave ovens.

  7. Remembering CS for always “telling it like it is”, with a bit of humour thrown in. Condolences to Yee’s family.

  8. I worked briefly with Yee on C22.2 No 8 EMI Filters. We had a great time and I learned a lot from Chung. He had a great sense of humour and was practical and straight forward. Good memories Chung…Thanks

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