Muc Huynh, 59, of Nashua, NH, formerly of Lowell, died Tuesday, August 9, 2011, at Saints Medical Center, surrounded by his loving family. He was the husband of Hai T. Tran.
Born September 5, 1951, in Phu Yen, Vietnam. He was a National Police Officer in unit 24-1971 (CSQG/VNCH) in Vung Tau, South Vietnam. He continued his service in Da Lat and Phu Yen until the fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975. After the fall of Saigon he was sent to re-education camps until 1978 by the communist government.
He fled Vietnam by boat in summer 1987 with his oldest son and stayed in refugee camps in the Philippines before coming to the United States in summer 1988. He united with his wife and two younger sons in Lowell in 1990 who also fled Vietnam in a later year.
He made his home on Katherine Drive in Lowell for many years. He became a member in both of the Vietnamese associations, the Army of the Republic of Viet Nam of Lowell (QLVNCH TP LOWELL) and National Police of Viet Nam of Massachusetts (CSQGVN MA).
He later participated in many volunteer Vietnam veteran activities to help other unfortunate veterans still left in Vietnam.
In addition to his wife, Hai, he is survived by five children, a daughter, Phan T. Huynh of Phu Long, Vietnam and her husband, Treo, a daughter, Thuy T. Huynh of Charlotte, North Carolina and her husband, Trung, a son, Kevin Huynh of Sunnyvale, California and his wife, Lila, a son, Kenneth Huynh of Nashua, New Hampshire and his wife, Thao P. Nguyen, a son, Viet Huynh of Acworth, Georgia and his wife, Anh N. Dinh.
Additionally, he was survived by thirteen grandchildren.
He was the big brother of Khanh Huynh, LieuT. Huynh, Lu T. Huynh, and Lam T. Huynh who are still in Vietnam
Muc Huynh, 59, of Nashua, NH, formerly of Lowell, died Tuesday, August 9, 2011, at Saints Medical Center. You are invited to his visitation on Sunday, August 14, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the McDONOUGH FUNERAL HOME, 14 HIGHLAND STREET, LOWELL (978 OR 800) 458-6816. On Monday, you are invited to return for his Funeral Service from 8 until 9 a.m. followed by procession to Linwood Crematory, Haverhill. E-condolence site www.McDonoughFuneralHome.com