Chong Cha Sortor
South Branch, Michigian
March 5, 1945 - January 16, 2020
No services planned.
Chong Cha Sortor, age 74, of South Branch, passed away peacefully with her family at her side on January 16, 2020.
She is survived by her loving husband of 42 years, Ron. Dearest daughter, Kim Mei Sortor (Ben). Chong Cha will be greatly missed by all of her surviving family and friends.
Mrs. Sortor was born in Sangchu-kun, Kyongpuk-do, Korea to the late Hae Tong Kim and Kwi Pun Yi on March 5, 1945. Chong Cha and Ron Sortor were married on February 25, 1977 in Seoul Korea. She was a kind and candid woman who was known to have a “Green Thumb” when it came to gardening, was an amazing cook and loved her furry animal friends. Chong Cha was a founding member of the Chapel in the Pines Fellowship Church in South Branch, was active in the Curtisville Civic Center and taught Korean cooking to the 4-H Group. She was a devoted wife, loving mother and cherished time spent with her family and friends.
Mrs. Sortor has been cremated. No service is planned.
Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Mrs. Chong Cha Sortor to the Chapel in the Pines Fellowship Church (3985 Curtisville Road, South Branch, Michigan 48761)
Chapel in the Pines Fellowship Church
3985 Curtisville Road
South Branch, MI 48761
Ron and family so sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.
— Barbara Sortor
Ron and Kim you have the O'Connor family deepest condolences. May God be with you and your family during this difficult time. We're going to miss her very much and she was a great friend. RIP ANGEL.
— Karen O'CONNOR
Chong was amazing! Her outgoing, winsome, energetic personality drew me in. She had a sharing, caring way about her. Definitely one of a kind. Her flowers and plants flourished under her care. She knew how to live off the land and prepare delicious food. She and Ronnie had an amazing garden every year and it was apparent she loved preserving and preparing the produce. She and Ronnie raised a wonderful daughter, and she dearly loved them both. And it is apparent they dearly loved her. I deeply miss Chong, and look forward to seeing her again on Resurrection Morning. Until then, Ronnie, Kim and Ben take comfort knowing you are greatly ,loved.
— Sue Heilig
So sorry to hear of your loss Ron. Liz and my condolences.
— Jeff Johnston
Prayers goin up for the families loss. God be with Ron an family during their time of loss.
— Eileen M Castonguay-Kindell
Words cannot convey my deepest sympathy. She was a beautiful compassionate lady that was always giving. Hard to believe She is gone. She will be greatly missed. Love and Prayers Ron and Kim mei
— EJ Heilig
My deepest condolence to her family,
— Donald sortor
Dear, Sweet Chong Cho. You were the rays of sunshine in many peoples lives and now our Heavenly Father get's to see your smiling face. You will be missed but never forgotten.
— Pastor Paul Grabstanowicz
Chong you are greatly missed. My prayers are still with Ron and your family. I look forward to seeing you in heaven.
— Lee Swinney
Chong was a wonderful person and will be missed by so many. It just won't be the same in Curtisville without her. She was an amazing friend and neighbor.
— Tammey and Larry
Chong had a great sense of humor. I remember when she and Ron came to meet Pastor Scott and I. She looked in every room, nodding if she liked the décor and making a face when she didn't. We will continue to pray for you, Ron, and the entire family. She will be waiting for you. . .
— Pastor Scott and Marti Camp
We had the pleasure of visiting with you and Chong. We will miss her enthusiasm and love of life and the outdoors. May God support and hold you throughout this time. We send our love.
— Roy & Charlotte
Ron Ruth and I are so sorry to hear about Chong. If there is anything we can do to help you please contact us.
— Edwin Barnum