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Jennifer Tang DiNucci

November 17, 1948 — January 19, 2024

San Diego area

Jennifer Tang DiNucci passed away peacefully in her sleep on January 19, 2024. Jennifer’s offical records state she was born on November 17, 1948, in Canton, China, but Jennifer’s mother could not remember her exact birth date. Late in life, Jennifer had some sort of reading which pinpointed her birthday closer to December 8, 1948, which she celebrated whith family and friends for the rest of her life. She grew up in Hong Kong where she met her husband Richard. He was in the US Airforce on holiday at the time. Jennifer's life was a testament to strength, resilience and living life how we choose.

Jennifer had an incredible zest for life and had an uncanny ability to bring laughter to a gathering. Her infectious smile and magnetic personality often made her the life of a party.

After marrying her husband Richard, Jennifer embarked on a journey to learn English as her second language. She tackled this challenge with determination and dedication and quickly became fluent. Her impeccable grasp of the language amazed many, often leading people to mistake her accent for one from Europe rather than China/Hong Kong.

One of Jennifer's greatest passions was cooking. She possessed a talent in the kitchen that rivalled even the most gourmet restaurants. Her culinary creations were nothing short of masterpieces that delighted the taste buds of all fortunate enough to experience them. Family gatherings were always a culinary feast where she showcased her prowess in creating delectable meals.

But Jennifer's creativity knew no bounds restricted solely to cooking. She had a talent for creating handmade gifts that were both practical and beautiful. From floral arrangements for their home to headbands and hand sewn items for her friends, Jennifer poured her heart into meticulously crafting each piece. Her friends cherished these thoughtful gifts.

Jennifer also had a keen eye for shopping and finding the best deals. She was like a professional shopper who never missed an opportunity to score bargains not only for herself but also for her loved ones and friends. She often shared the fruits of her bargain-hunting adventures with those around her.

Beyond her remarkable talents in cooking, crafting, and bargain-hunting, Jennifer's proudest accomplishment was her devotion to the Lord and the loving family she and Richard raised. She instilled next world values in her two children, Diana and Derrick and took immense pride in seeing them grow into happy and successful individuals.

In addition to her children, Jennifer leaves behind a legacy of love in her six grandchildren and step-grandson: Stephen, Lucas, Farrah, Peyton, Vance, Gianna, and Shea. They were the apple of her eye, and she cherished every moment spent with them. Jennifer's memory will be imprinted on their hearts for the rest of their lives.

As we bid farewell to Jennifer Tang DiNucci with heavy hearts but grateful spirits for having been touched by her brilliance, let us remember her full and vigorous life. May her memory serve as a reminder to live each day with joy and love for those around us. In our lifetime memory, rests the legacy of a woman who has left an indelible mark on our souls. Rest in peace, dear Jennifer.

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