He was a doting son
He was a filial son who loved his family dearly.
When The New Paper went to Mr Edmond Kwok's wake in Jurong West yesterday, his father, Mr Kwok Tet Sheng, spoke fondly of his son.
"He paid for my medical bills with his Medisave account and he would always buy us meals and keep us company."
Mr Edmond Kwok's uncle, Mr Johnard Kwok, told TNP that when Edmond's younger brother got married and his sister found a boyfriend, Edmond would often try to spend more time with their mother.
He was the oldest of three children.
Mr Kwok added that his nephew was always cheerful and his good looks had attracted a lot of girls.
He would often play mahjong with his relatives, especially his aunt, Mrs Serene Kwok.
Mrs Kwok, 50, who said she had watched Edmond grow up, was still in shock.
The sales executive said: "I can't believe he's passed away. He was too young."
A relative at the wake told TNP: "It's tragic that the white-haired generation are sending off the black-haired generation."