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Ann Cong Tang

April 28, 1952 — February 24, 2024

Oklahoma City

Ann Cong Tang

Ann Cong Tang passed on February 24, 2024 in Oklahoma City, OK. She was born on April 28, 1952 in Vietnam to Ving Ung and Bich Lan Tran. Ann obtained a law degree from the University of Saigon Law School and a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting from the University of West Florida. Ann obtained her CPA and utilized her extensive experience in her jobs dealing with accounting, finance, and taxation. Ann also obtained a certificate of teaching, and taught English as a Second Language at Pensacola Junior College. She went on to become the Vice President of Kamp’s Market in Oklahoma City and principal in her own accounting firm.

After moving to Oklahoma City, Ann became very involved in the community, and was a member of the Leadership – Oklahoma City Class 12. Her activism in the community garnered her well-deserved recognition. She awarded the Making a Difference Award – Journal Record in 1996, and the Governor’s Commendation – Oklahoma Office of Volunteerism award in 1993. In 2003, Oklahoma governor Brad Henry appointed her to the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission.

Ann’s passing is a huge loss to her family and the community who loved her. She was a faithful mentor who help all those who came into her life, and her presence will be missed every day. Ann leaves behind cherished memories with her husband, Vu Van Dung; sons James Vu and John Vu; grandchildren Arabella Vu, Saxon Vu, Jagger Vu, and Josie Vu; five sisters and three brothers,Công Tằng Tôn Nữ Phương Khanh,Công Tằng Tôn Nữ Phương Quang, Bửu Hằng Bửu Châu, Bửu Lộc, Công Tằng Tôn Nữ Phương Nga, Công Tằng Tôn Nữ Phương Mai, Công Tằng Tôn Nữ Phương Lan; and many beloved extended family members, colleagues, and friends.

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