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Diana Ho Liu
February 28, 1937 ~ January 5, 2024 (age 86) 86 Years Old
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Born on February 28, 1937, in Hunan, China, Diana Ho Liu came from a prestigious family of scholars. Her dad, Shanyuan Ho, had his roots traced back to Shaoji Ho (He), a calligraphy maestro whose legacy transcended generations. Her mother, Wanru Gong, added a touch of courtly grace as the granddaughter of Chengjun Gong, a distinguished state official in the Qing dynasty. Growing up in a loving family with three sisters and a brother, she carried herself with grace and charm.
After college in Taiwan, she worked at the Bank of Overseas Chinese for two years before pursuing further studies in business at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in the United States. At twenty-seven, she married Chih-Chung Liu, the eldest son of An-Chi Liu, a four-star general and former Commander-in-Chief of the Republic of China Army, marking the start of a sixty-year journey filled with deep love.
Diana, a devoted wife and mother of three sons, was more than her impressive background. Her exceptional charm, sincerity, and talents in cooking and singing touched countless hearts, whether in Massachusetts or in Las Vegas, where they lived for many years. In 2015, she moved to Maryland to be closer to her sons, cherishing family moments despite health challenges in recent years.
On January 5, 2024, Diana peacefully passed away at 87. Her departure is mourned by family and friends, but her legacy of virtue and elegance lives on in the hearts she touched.