Farouk T. Torki

Farouk T. Torki

June 09, 1942 - November 06, 2005

Farouk T. Torki

June 09, 1942 - November 06, 2005


Farouk T. Torki, 63, was born June 9, 1942 in Egypt, died on Sunday, November 6, 2005 in Fountain Valley, California of Cancer. He is survived by devoted and cherished wife Jolanta Torki; loving daughters Nora Torki, Rhonda Torki, Sarah Torki and Vanessa Wojciechowki; loving son Matt Wojciechowski; beloved sisters Zoza Torki and Sawsan Torki; beloved brothers Zagloul Torki and Ahmed Torki. Farouk was loved by all and will be dearly missed by his family and friends.

A Funeral Service will be held at O’Connor Laguna Hills Mortuary on Tuesday, November 8, 2005 ~ 1:00 P.M. Please click on the links above for locations, directions and maps.

An Interment – El Toro Memorial Park, 25751 Trabuco Road, Lake Forest, California at 2:00 P.M. A Reception immediately following at the Bahar Restaurant @ Crown Valley Market Place, 27771 Center Drive, Mission Viejo, California 92692 949 340-1011

In lieu of flowers the family invites donations In Farouk’s name to the American Cancer Society. Please select ‘Charities’ for details.

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26 responses to Farouk T. Torki

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  1. Aad Reek says:

    Working with Farouk was a real
    pleasure. He was always optimistic when we discussed problems on the project. We also talked a lot about
    soccer, especially about the results of the Dutch team. Farouk was a great man and I will miss him.My deapest condolences to his family.

  2. Arieda Vonk says:

    I wish the whole family, Jolanta, daughters and sons, all the strength to deal with the loss of their beloved Farouk. I will remember him as a great colleague, always cheerful and full of sympathy for his ABB friends.

  3. Hans Kalf says:

    A lot of strength to the family members of Farouk in these sad times. Having known Farouk for almost 7 years, I will always remember him as a warm collegue who always brought a lot of joy to the office. Will miss him dearly.

  4. I will remember you as a dear friend, always concerned about the wellbeing of your colleagues and the company. You enjoyed talking about the family. You were so pround. I will not forget the last time we met at your House in Palm Springs.
    You have my deepest respect. I will miss you. My sincere condolence to your wife, children and family.

  5. Joop Koorn says:

    Farewell Farouk,

    We shared a lot of laughs, had numerous talks and discussions related to work but also on family matters, especially the kids. What a relief to have met you as our Business Manager on the job, but most of all I will remember you as a great guy.

    Will miss you


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