Tai Anh Nguyen

Tai Anh Nguyen


Tai Anh Nguyen was born in the city of Vinh Long, located in Vinh Long Province, Vietnam, on October 3, 1953. Mr Nguyen passed on Saturday, August 12, 2017 at his home. He is survived by his mother Phi Nguyen of Vietnam; three sons, Hau Nguyen, Billy and wife Kathy Nguyen, and Jim Nguyen and Kelly Jones; three granddaughters, Angie McGarrah, Ann Hart, Lyndsay Blackbird; one grandson Randy Adair, and four great-grandchildren: Michael and Maggie June McGarrah, Xavier and Sadie Blackbird all of Sallisaw. Three sisters, two brothers, many nieces and nephews of Vietnam along with a multitude of other family members and loving friends.He was preceded in death by his wife Dorothy June Nguyen; Father Van Anh Nguyen; sister Phi Thuy Nguyen, and brother Ngoc Nguyen. Graveside Memorial services will be held in the Seabolt Cemetery, Nicut, Oklahoma, on Tuesday, August 22, 2017 at 6pm.


10 Responses

  1. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. If y’all need anything please let us know & know that we are here for you. We love you, autumn, Cody, & Ellie

  2. Mr. Nguyen was a strong, caring, stubborn, sweetheart of a man. I find myself very blessed by the time I got to spend with him & his family. Although short, it was time full of meaning, determination, love, and betterment that envolved the entire family. Mr. Nguyen has truely left his legacy in the hearts of so many. I pray for nothing short of strength and love for you all.

  3. I’ll always remember our friendship, the long talks we had, the games of pool that we played and how you hated to lose, the way you beat your cue stick on the floor. I love your boys, they are fine men and I know they made you proud. I’ll always remember you Tai Nguyen.

  4. To Tai’s many family members and friends, I am truly sorry to hear of Tai’s passing, this saddens me to the core. I met Tai in 2007 when I started attending the "Club House" where he was a daily fixture in the Computer Lab. Rest in Peace, my friend.

  5. Tai was a very kind and entertaining man, a good friend and a great neighbor. We are so sorry for the loss of your father, grandfather, uncle, brother and son. He will be missed.

  6. My sympathy for the family . Didn’t find out until know otherwise I would have paid my respects . Tai and myself were very good friends , he would come to me when he needed advice we played pool and foose ball and dominoes, Tai enjoyed all these games . Tai will be missed.

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