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Fanny Lee posted a condolence
Friday, March 31, 2023
We grew up hanging out with the Lin family a lot growing up because Dr. Lin and my dad were friends from Taiwan. I remember we always had a good time at the Lin's house as the parents played mahjong and the kids played whatever we wanted. Dr. Lin was generous and hospitable. He had a great laugh. He will be missed.
Ben C. Liu posted a condolence
Friday, March 24, 2023
YB and I were life-long friends, meeting when we were only six years old. We lived two blocks away and went to the same elementary school for six years. As a child, he was already the type of person you knew you’d be great friends with. We had a wonderful childhood together. Sadly, by the time we were to attend middle school, he had moved to another city. For the next sixty years, we never lived close to each other again, but our friendship always continued.Throughout the years, we would try to find time to get together, like arranging vacations, where we would play a round or two of golf, watch a broadway show, and enjoy a good meal. Both of us grew up in a doctor's family; and, with very similar backgrounds, it was no coincidence that we both would become doctors as well. We shared the same interests and always had plenty of common things to talk about including what we enjoyed in life . He would even go above and beyond volunteering with medical teams to serve wherever needed. It just showed his good nature of always wanting to serve others throughout his life. He was always committed to his family as well. In the last two years, as a caretaker for Julia, things had gotten really tough. But, he never complained, and always showed a positive attitude with a complete devotion to her. He also loved spending time with his talented grandson, Ethan - always sharing videos of his beautiful golf swing and exceptional Cello performances. YB was a great husband, father, and friend - and truly a terrific, genuine person. I would never think he would leave us so unexpectedly, but God apparently had different plans. If YB can hear me now, I would like to say: “Hey, Ban! You go first, but be ready! We will join you soon! I miss you already, my dear friend!” Dr. And Mrs. Ben & Joyce Liu
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Thursday, March 23, 2023
Jacob Huang posted a condolence
Thursday, March 23, 2023
I have know Dr Ben Lin for 4 decades as a friend and medical school alumni A Great Golfer: He served as our Secretary of ACMA Golf Club with strong leadership A Good Acupuncturist: eagerness to provide pain management to anybody for free A Private Man: He is authentic and true honest person you can trust A Best Husband: he spent rest of life as caregiver to his beloved wife. A true love story of modern time He is an amazing human who may be gone but never gone from our heart We miss you and love you always From Jacob & Vivian Huang
Dr. Michael Chen posted a condolence
Saturday, March 18, 2023
Being his life long friend for more than 40 years, Dr. Yin B Lin had a rich and very meaningful life. One can sense his kindness and passion in helping people. He was an excellent anesthesiologist. Besides helping many patients, his colleagues often asked him for advice in the operating room. He participated in Operation Smile, correcting cleft palates on many many young boys and girls in underprivileged regions, changing their lives positively forever. For that, we called him Saint Benjamin. His athleticism in basketball, skiing, tennis and golf was impressive. He practiced Tai-chi and Qi-gong faithfully and achieved a high level of recognition. We are going to miss him tremendously. Dr. & Mrs. Michael and Michele Chen
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