俊琰 (Tim), 原籍江蘇蕪錫, 四九年七月十四日生於上海；家中是大哥，有兩妹一弟，1951年隨父母移居香港.1968年畢業於聖約瑟書院。隨後就讀美國佛州聖彼得市 Florida Presbyterian College。
1972年大學畢業後活躍於佛州藝術圈子。同時亦熱衷於足球,曾被職業足球隊 Tampa Bay Rowdies 邀請試訓，其後移居德州達拉斯市開始從事國際貿易。
1979年俊琰回港進入成衣出入口。八零年初長註上海, 與當時亦駐上海的家菊邂逅，八四年結婚，育有一女兒, 孫栩。
Tim每年都和家人出外旅遊探討大自然和文化歴史，除對各國文化歴史進行探討, 他的嗜好很多, 喜歡看書, 烹飪, 手工藝, 音樂, 打橋牌, 釣魚和駕駛開篷車。Tim對中國窮困學生亦有很大的心願，多年支持培苗運動。
Tim向來都注重健康但惜去年診斷末期胰臟癌，因Tim性格剛强, 經常幽默的嘲笑他的腫瘤是壞蛋，在這段期間Tim明白沒有沒治療 他開始每天和家菊一同祈禱，終於去年12月27日洗禮成為基督徒, 成為循道聯合教會的教友。
Tim was born in Shanghai in 1949 (Wuxi Jiangsu province by origin) and moved with his parents to Hong Kong in 1951. He was eldest of four children. In 1968, Tim left Hong Kong after graduating from St. Joseph’s Boys College to attend Florida Presbyterian College in St. Petersburg, Florida.
After graduating college in 1972, his many interests in fine art kept him in Florida. Additionally, his soccer skills earned him a walk-on try out with the then-fledgling Tampa Bay Rowdies! He moved to Dallas, Texas in 1976 and began his career in international commerce.
Upon returning to Hong Kong in 1979, Tim’s work in the garment business took him to Shanghai frequently where he met Lily. They were married in Hong Kong in 1984 and welcomed their daughter, Forest, in 1985.
Together with his family, Tim traveled around the world, almost always choosing places rich in history and natural beauty. Not only did he have a deep passion for international culture and world history, he also had many hobbies: reading, cooking, arts and crafts, music, bridge, fishing, and driving his convertibles. He also cared deeply about underprivileged children in China, and volunteered extensively with the China Care Fund.
Tim was unfortunately diagnosed with late-stage pancreatic cancer in 2021. In the face of death, Tim still made light of his situation and was never fearful. He even named his tumors Baseball and Softball. Upon substantial reflection and surrounded by close family and friends, Tim was baptized in his own home on December 27, 2022, and officially became a member of the Methodist Church.
After living with cancer painlessly for six months in God’s grace, Tim ended his journey peacefully on February 24, 2022.
Date: Friday, 11 March 2022
Venue: Jockey Club Home for Hospice
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