LOWELL Sambath Pok, 55, of Lowell, passed away Tuesday, August 11, 2015, surrounded by his loving family. He was married to Sokha Chhun since 1979.
Born August 7, 1960, in Battambang, Cambodia, he was a son of Chum (Tith) Pok and Chum Pok. He grew up in Cambodia, coming to the United States when he was twenty years old. He first lived in Washington, D.C. before settling in Lowell since 1989.
He made his home in the Acre Section of the City and was a member of the Trairatanaram Buddhist Temple in North Chelmsford. He enjoyed time spent with family especially when he traveled to Foxwoods with friends and family, and he also enjoyed fishing.
He worked as a parts finisher for Alpine Precision for more than twenty years.
In addition to his wife, Sokha Chhun, he is survived by his children, Alexander Chhun of Lowell, Linda Chhun and her husband, Sarath Kum, of Lowell, and Michael Chhun of Lowell; his brother, Sambo Pok of California; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews.
VISITATION: FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, STARTING AT 3:30 P.M. AT THE TRAIRATANARAM TEMPLE, 21 QUIGLEY AVE., NORTH CHELMSFORD.
FUNERAL: SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 8:30 A.M. PROCESSION TO MERRIMACK CREMATORY, 10 HENRY CLAY DRIVE, MERRIMACK, NH.
ARRANGEMENTS BY THE MCDONOUGH FUNERAL HOME, 14 HIGHLAND ST., LOWELL 978-458-6816. E-CONDOLENCE: MCDONOUGHFUNERALHOME@GMAIL.COM