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Way Dong Woo
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I met Uncle Way Dong Woo 51 years ago after my parents moved out to Boston from San Francisco. He and Auntie Emily are very good friends with my parents as they often play mahjong together. During that time, I played tennis with him sometimes and learned to admire him as a very gentle, soft-spoken, and intelligent man. Since I moved away from Boston in 1969, I seldom get to see him anymore except for the few times we visited

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Posted by: Robert Woo - Yorba Linda, CA   Nov 13, 2016

I remember Dr. Woo's wonderful smile!
Dr. Woo and his lovely wife Emily Woo were neighbors of mine at Chestnut Hill Towers. We lived across the hall from each other and enjoyed seeing each other
as we came and went from our condos. It seemed that the two Woos always
had a tennis racket in their hand and I envied them the time and energy that they gave to the sport.
I met their lovely and loving family....very warm and friendly.
I miss those days and will always have fond memories of the Woos.

Carol Come
Chestnut Hill Towers
Condo #1105s

Posted by: carol come - newton, MA - Neighbor   Oct 27, 2016

I had the pleasure of knowing Dr. Woo for many years at Longwood. I distinctly remember one of my men's B singles matches. It was one of the first I ever played at the club. I must have been in my early 40s and Dr Woo was probably in his middle or late 60s it was one of the most competitive and difficult matches I have ever played in the Bs his drop shot was deadly to say the

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Posted by: Thomas Ford - Newton, MA   Oct 27, 2016

Way Dong and Emily had been friends of my late wife Margaret and I for over 60 years. In addition to being long time bridge partners and drinking buddies, Way Dong introduced me to the computer industry in the very early days which ultimately led me to become a player in computer manufacturing. It was an interesting and challenging experience to help Way Dong start the Kybe Corporation, which we initially named Cybertronics, Inc., in honor of Professor Norbert Wiener

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Posted by: Chauncey Chu - Lincoln, MA - Friend   Oct 26, 2016


Posted by: michelle plakas-kaiser - kaiserslautern, germany   Oct 26, 2016