Philip Meng

Philip Meng

Wednesday, October 9th, 2019
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    Sunday, October 13th, 2019 | 10:00am - 2:00pm
    Sunday, October 13th, 2019 10:00am - 2:00pm
    Evergreen Memorial Funeral Home
    1735 Rt 35
    MIDDLETOWN, NJ 07748
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Jim Thomas

Posted at 06:36pm
I worked with Phil for years. I want everyone to know what a good soul Philip Meng had. So honest. That is how I will remember him.

May F.

Posted at 08:42pm
Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you.
I do not give to you as the world gives.
Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid. - John 14:27

Phil, beloved son and brother, you are home with our Father in Heaven.

Forever in our hearts,
Mom, Dad, Bob, May & T

Larry G.

Posted at 09:25am
Bowling , basketball, a movie and some nap time laying out in my living room. Phil and I did all of that almost every Saturday for a number of years. Phil would share his "economic" views, theories and just general insights to life. He thrived to learn and always wanted to do more. I had remembered when we took a trip to the mid-West. It was a bus tour for eleven days across seven states. We took advantage of every location we went and all its excursions. It included a Cessna flight over the Grand Canyons and even him taking a dip into Snake River (not that we pushed him) from the raft. What was funny was that every time we went back onto the bus, most of them retired seniors, would frequently say why are all those "young" guys always sleeping on the bus. I'd met him back in college and we had been close friends ever since. I will miss you, Meng, and you will always be in my memories.

Joke Han

Posted at 07:36pm
Joke Han
Our families coming over to the State growing up as kids we were not privileged to spend our summers in camps, our summer were spend in each others home. You, Bob and I would explore the basement storage rooms in your apartment complex, play ball in a school yard and playground. I remember once we walked past and teased a barking dachshund behind a fence and somehow he got loose and came at us. We ran for blocks with the dachshund in hot pursuit and end up on top of the hood of a car. We didn't know where Bobby ran to.
Somehow we ended up attending the same college. We spent many hours in NYU Bobst, and hopping on the subway home. I know you were studying but those sound proof cubicle was a good sleeping environment. It was a good time. You were my study buddy.
Family and work commitments had us only coming together only during family events or when your car broke down. We would always reminisce and talk about our family. You were always generous with your knowledge and advise to my son. I thank you. I will miss you. I lost my cousin, but the world lost a genuine good guy.

Brian Ng

Posted at 12:48am
Recently I have been showing my family homevideos of me and my sister growing up and it’s amazing to see uncle Phillip playing and hanging out with us in them. When I moved to Japan, he told me to follow my goals and supported me which I still really appreciate. Sending all our love from Japan,
Brian, Ayumi, Juri, and Sara Ng

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