Tin Nguyen Memorial fund
On December 2nd, 2015, she was 1 of 14 victims killed in the San Bernardino massacre.
As we grieve with the family and friends, we are asking if you could help her mother, Van Nguyen, with the memorial costs. Anything you could donate will be greatly appreciated.
Funeral and memorial costs can become very expensive and a great burden on the family. They have already suffered such a tragic lost. Please help them honor their amazing daughter, sister, niece, cousin, and friend properly.
Rest in peace Tin. You have made such a difference in each and everyone of our lives. You will always be remembered as an amazing person and an angel in our hearts. We love you.
Please keep Tin and her family in your prayers.
Our hearts are also with the other victims and their families.
On behalf of his family and of San, Tin's brother is grateful for your support:
"I am overwhelmed. In these hours of darkness, it is unfathomable for my mother, San and me to think of a tomorrow without Tin, let alone the realities of daily life and postmortem arrangements. Thank you Kim Oanh and friends who helped organize this go-fund-me for my sister. Our family believes in the power of prayers and we have felt yours and those of the whole nation, very deeply. While we were initially reluctant to accept this financial gift, I humbly admit that it would be a huge relief. Everything will go directly to covering burial costs and, just as Tin would have wanted, to caring for my mother or for my mother to donate as she may wish. My sister was a family person and, in her death, she's gained a huge loving one in you. Thank you for your thoughts, prayers, and donations to our family and other families affected by this horrific tragedy. May God bless those who have perished, comfort loved ones left behind in great pains, and heal all who are still suffering from injuries."
Please keep Tin and the other victims and their families in your prayers.
Thank you for your support.
My heart shattered learning of this tragedy. Tin was sweet, kind and gentle. A truly remarkable person, her generosity and integrity amazed those around her. My dear UVSA and VAYC friends, I hope we can all offer our support to Tin's family. We were privileged to have known her.
I had hoped to contribute to share my sympathy and support, and in the hopes of showing a solidarity against evil, but the website indicates the requested amount has been met. For the family members, please accept my deepest sympathies; To paraphrase President Lincoln, no weak words I can offer will ever assuage the emotions and pain that come with such a terrible loss, but my fervent hope is that you can all find solace in the fact that those that are good in the world-the vast majority of humankind, send their love, support, and prayers to you in this horrific time of your terrible loss. Though I didn't know her, it is clear to me from these pictures and posts that this lovely young lady was clearly a beautiful human being whose terrible demise is a huge loss to the world, humanity, and all that is good in our universe. The pain of this loss will never go away to those that knew and loved her, but my hope is that those of you whose lives she touched remember that all the beauty and grace this lovely young lady brought to you and the world will, despite all of the terrible media coverage, forever exceed the evil that these two worthless, despicable persons (I refuse to call them human) have done.
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, Love leaves a memory no one can steal. May God bless her soul. I did not know Ms. Tin Nguyen but I have no doubt she posesedthe inner beauty I have experienced in many South-East Asian immigrants who love and enrich America so much. Friends I have like her make life so sweet inspite of the uglyness and evil. May God bless the family and friends of Ms. Tin.