Mrs Doris Fernando Nee Lau Siew Lang

01 Nov 1952 - 17 Apr 2014

Church of The Holy Spirit (Roman Catholic Church )

Family Information

Husband: Raymond Anthony Fernando

Mother: Madam Sin Bak Eng (Deceased)
Father: Lau Pai Tee (Deceased)

Sisters
Jenny Lau Jee Moey
Lau Ah Moi

Mother-in-law: Mrs Pearl Fernando
Father-in-law: Jimmy Fernando

Brothers-in-law
Bernard Farrel Fernando
Roy Peter Fernando
Frank Anton Fernando
Terrence Chester Fernando

Sisters-in-law
Agatha
Bridgette
Pamela
Vicky
Veronica Scarlet Fernando (Deceased)

Nephews-in-law
John Paul
Ethan

  

Wake Info

Church of The Holy Spirit at 248 Upper Thomson Road Singapore 574371

Niche no: 2B #01-80 (Colombarium)

About him/her

Doris Lau Siew Lang was a full-time housework and the author of 8 books- 4 of which are bestsellers. Doris who was married to Raymond Anthony Fernando was born on All Saints ' Day. A former stenographer and secretary, Doris had been involved in varied social work for more than a year. During the 70s' she visited the handicapped and senior citizens in the old folks’ homes.

Raymond Anthony Fernando is a motivational speaker, poet, author, trainer, songwriter, freelance television actor, ghostwriter, media celebrity and a regular newspaper forum page writer.  He is a volunteer with Silver Ribbon Singapore and the Institute of Mental Health; and is Singapore’s leading advocate for the mentally ill.   He is the author of 30 books.  Raymond has written on a wide range of subjects through the media and in his books, and it includes real life stories, relationships, marriage, social issues, advocacy, ghost stories, humour, children’s stories, poems, creative suggestions and spiritual content. Raymond who was chosen as Model Caregiver 2007 and Mental Health Champion 2010 is born on Valentine’s Day.  He has contributed 31 years’ service in the public sector, has 15 years’ experience in public relations work and has received several awards and commendations from government organisations.  

 

Afternote

Afternote: My beloved Doris, for 40 years you have given me the best years of my life.  Always by my side, I could not have asked for a better wife. You are now in the arms of the Lord, and with the angels all around you, you’ll enjoy eternal happiness. You may be gone, Doris, but my love for you will stay alive in my heart –forever. And as I look up in the sky, I will try not to cry.