Mr. George K Lau - Down the Memory Lane – Lasallians Remembered

Mr. Lau, George K

Date of Birth: Sept 17 1948 Date of Death: August 12 2023 Class of Graduation: 1967


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Our beloved Lasallian, George Lau  (Class of 67), aged 74, passed away peacefully on August 12, 2023.

George loved our school and was an active Old Boy. He would attend all San Francisco Chapter events: lunch gatherings, golf outings, spring dinners, etc. He would gladly drive out from his home in the city to even faraway places to join his fellow classmates for a nice time. Not to mention he joined every LSCOBA global reunion in different cities throughout these years.

George was always cheerful and supportive. We could always expect a great smile and warm greeting from him every time we met. He would support every La Salle-related charity and merchandise whenever they were available from our chapter, and would proudly wear them out in all our events.

He brought us so much great memories, and will always live in our hearts.

Thank you, George!

May you rest in peace in God’s embrace.


George K. Lau, (74), of San Francisco, California, passed away on August 12, 2023. He was born to Joseph Ching Lau and Anna Yan Lau on September 17, 1948 in Hong Kong. He worked for the City and County of San Francisco for over 27 years prior to retiring as an accounting manager with the Department of Public Health in June 2010. He served as President of the San Francisco Fire Commission in 2008, Vice President of the Fire Commission in 2011, and President of the Fire Commission in 2012. George organized grassroot efforts to mobilize and raise civic awareness within the Chinese community. His commitment to civic engagement was reflected in his participation in numerous local organizations. George is survived by his wife, Amy Lau, his two children, Stephen and Sandra, and three grandchildren. He is also survived by his mother, Anna Yan Lau, and his sisters, Lai Ming Ma, Angela Lee, Agatha Mak, and Agnes Lau. He was predeceased by his father, Joseph Ching Lau.

Categories: Deceased, Old Boys