Lim Tek Wee and Ang Geok Hoon
George L Peet reminisced about Lim Tek Wee who worked in ST as a chief clerk for up to 36 years from Jan 1889. During the later years before he died, an hour after coming to work, he would hung his black silk coat around his chair and return home, as if he was still around.
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
LIM TEK WEE
BORN 26TH APRIL 1973
DIED 23TH MARCH 1925
ANG GEOK HOON
BORN 20TH FEB 1872
DIED 27TH APRIL 1947
BELOVED PARENTS OF
AND DEEPEST SYMPATHIES FROM
THEIR DAUGHTER IN LAW
TAN CHYE NEO
The Straits Times, 23 March 1925, Page 8
Lim Tek Wee - On Mar 22nd 1925, at 16 Stanley Street, Singapore
aged 52 years, Lim Tek Wee, son of the late Mr Lim Kang Eng, and for upwards
of 36 years on the clerical staff of the Straits Times Press.
He leaves a widow, two sons and a daughter.
THE LATE MR. LIM TEK WEE.
The Straits Times, 24 March 1925, Page 9
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SINGAPORE DAILY TIMES, 2 June 1877, Page 2
Tan Sue Bee
Song Tiang Kay
Lim Kang Eng
Journalist's memoirs of a time past
The Straits Times, 23 March 1985, Page 4