Nac Quang Dam

nac dam

January 15, 1926 ~ October 2, 2013

Born in: Vietnam
Resided in: Lilburn, GA

Mr. Nac Quang Dam, age 89, passed away at Emory University Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia on Wednesday, October 2, 2013. Born on January 15, 1924 in Quang Yen, Viet Nam, Mr. Dam had lived and overcome many challenges to successfully nurture his eight children. He had survived under different regimes in the North and South of Viet Nam; last working for the Department of Interior in Saigon before migrating to the U.S.A. in 1975. He resided in Red Lion, PA for 36 years, retired from Zell Brothers Inc. before settling in Lilburn, GA in 2011. Mr. Dam was preceded in death by his spouse of 57 years, Toan Thi Bui, who passed away in 2000. Their children include: Son #1, Khac Q. Dam, his spouse Kim-Huong V. Dam and their three children: daughter Justine H. Chiang, her spouse Louis H. Chiang, their two daughters, Alexandra H. Chiang & Ansley M. Chiang; son Dung Q. Dam, his spouse An-Hau Dam; and son Timmy Q. Dam. Daughter #2, Kim-Loan T. Dam and her two children: daughter, Thy N. Cavagnaro, her spouse James Cavagnaro; son Duy T. Nguyen, his spouse Dr. Jeanne M. Zanca and their son, William T. Nguyen. Son #3, Hung Q. Dam, his spouse, My Dung Dam, and their two daughters, Rachel A. Dam & Megan K. Dam. Son #4, Tuan Q. Dam, his spouse, Huong T. Dam and their two daughters, Kim-Lynn T. Dam & Kelly T. Dam. Son #5, Tu Q. Dam, his spouse, Hoa L. Dam and their five children: son, Hien Q. Le, his spouse, Thuy-Duong T. Le; son Dr. Vincent Q. Dam, his spouse, Dr. Jennifer V. Nguyen; son Huy Q. Le, his spouse Tam Phung-Le and their two sons, Max Le & Damon Le; son, J.D. Dustin Q. Dam, his spouse Jen N. Dam; and daughter, Amanda T. Dam. Son #6, Huy Q. Dam, his spouse Hong-Hai T. Bui, daughter, Courtney J. Dam and son, Long G. Nguyen. Son #7, Chuong Q. Dam, his spouse Loan T. Dam and their three sons, Jadin Q. Dam, Ethan Q. Dam & Elliott Q. Dam. Daugther #8, Chau T. Lewis, her spouse Bob G. Lewis and their two daughters, Mia T. Lewis & Lucy T. Lewis.

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  1. Chuong

    Very sorry to hear about the passing of your father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


  2. Chuong, My warm thoughts and prayers for your family. I see your father was born in Vietnam. I spent 15 months in the Central Highlands around 1969, and hearing of your fathers passing brought back warm memories of the Countries people I knew.

  3. Chuong, Loann & family,
    Please accept our heartfelt sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  4. THANH KINH PHAN UU cung cac Anh, Chi, cac chau. Vi biet tin tre nen khong ve de tang bac. Vo chong con rat yeu qui nhung ky niem thoi gian duoc gan gui ben 2 bac va cac anh chi.

  5. Chuong –
    I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your father. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  6. Chuong Dam,

    We were saddened to hear of your father’s recent passing. Having recently experienced the loss of my own father, it is our hope that the sweet memories of your father eventually overtake the sadness of this time in your life. May the Lord direct your hearts into God’s love 2Thess 3:3.

    Mark and Rhonda

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