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Announcement: The passing of Dr. Jeffrey Koo, former Chair of CTPECC

Message sent on behalf of Dr. David S. Hong, Chair, CTPECC


Sent to: All PECC Standing Committee Members
PECC Member Committee Secretariats


Dear PECC Colleagues,


I am deeply saddened to announce the passing of Dr. Jeffrey L.S. Koo, former Chair of CTPECC. Jeffrey passed away December 6 at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York surrounded by family members. Jeffrey will always be remembered as a distinguished financier, a prominent envoy, an eminent scholar, and a great person. Please keep Jeffrey’s family in our prayers and give them the strength to overcome the great loss.


David Hong
CTPECC Chair

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