Hubert Keith Tse

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Hubert (Hubie) K. Tse passed away on December 21, 2012. Hubie was born in Hong Kong and came to the U.S. in 1965. He had many interests, chief among them were food, new technology, photography and travel. Whether it was serving food that he had prepared or trying out a new restaurant, Hubie was happiest sharing a meal with family and friends. He is survived by his devoted wife of 46 years Virginia (Jinny) Tse and loving children Monique and Keith, son-in-law Francis and daughter-in-law Laura. He was a doting grandfather to three granddaughters and is also survived by two brothers David and Robert and three sisters Jenny, Sophie and Barbara as well as many nieces and nephews. Friends and family are invited to a memorial service at 10:30 am, Thursday, January 3, 2013 at BergePappas-Smith Chapel of the Angels, 40842 Fremont Blvd, Fremont 94538. Memorial gifts may be made to The Cholangiocarcinoma Foundation at

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  1. Good bye my fun loving, generous uncle, we will miss you, especially during family gatherings and every food tasting occasions.

    your niece Lily & Albert

  2. Hi Hubert – you will always live in our hearts. Glad that you came to Australia for holiday twice. Didn’t we have a great time together, especially at ‘Rainbow Beach, Sunshine Coast’?

    John & Mary-Rose

  3. So long, old friend. You are missed by many because you were a true friend to all who knew you. I appreciated everything you “brought to the table” and was the better for it. Thank you for being in my life.

  4. Hubert, We really missed you. thinking of the time we had when we were young together in HK. We lost contact when you migrated to The States. Caught up with you again 10 years ago, that was the best time of my life seeing you again. Now we lost you, we missed you a lot.

  5. So sorry to hear of your loss tse tse was a kind man. I have good memories of him and all of you.much love margot (toruno) gall

  6. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May you be granted the peace and serenity to remember the joyful times you shared with Mr. Tse.

  7. Hubie, good-bye friend. Our relationship for the last 20 years just grew stronger as we grew older. Good friends are hard to find. Thanks for making my life more productive and joyfull. I will miss you.

  8. The years have passed since we worked together in NYC and the distance between us, East Coast to West Coast was great but I always considered you one of my closest friends and colleagues. It is with sorrow that I was unaware of your passing but you truly were and are a good part of my life and family. I can recall the times we worked late and went to lower Manhattan for Chinese food, especially one time on Mott Street when you ordered as was the case most of the time, the waitress brought you chop sticks and utensils for me……I do not know what you said but she rapidly departed and returned with chop sticks for me! All in all, many good times both with you and our families. May you rest in peace. A friend always, Ken.

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