Thang Ngoc Chien Pham

Thang Ngoc Chien Pham

January 01, 1956 - March 23, 2010

Thang Ngoc Chien Pham

January 01, 1956 - March 23, 2010


Thang Pham was born on January 1, 1956 in Vietnam. After finishing Baylor College of Medicine in Texas, he moved to Long Beach, California where he was married to Lien Cong. Although he worked full time as a medical doctor at Kaiser Permanente, he was deeply devoted to the Lord. Through his passion as a doctor and pastor, Thang helped the physical health and spiritual needs of those who met him.

Thang is survived by his wife, Lien; his four sons, Binh, Hoan, Lam, and Trung; his mother, Nhiem Pham; his sisters, Quy Pham Nguyen and Hoa Pham; and his brothers, Kien Pham and Quang Pham.

Viewing will be at Bethany Church, 2250 Clark Avenue, Long Beach 90815, on April 1 at 7:00- 9:00p.m. and April 2 at 2:00-6:00p.m. Memorial service will be on April 3 at 10:00a.m. at Bethany Church. Burial service will be on April 6 at Forest Lawn Cemetery, 4471 Lincoln Avenue, Cypress 90630, at 10:00a.m.

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24 responses to Thang Ngoc Chien Pham

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  1. Eddie Martin says:

    To the family of Dr. Pham,
    I was extremely saddend to hear of Dr. Pham’s passing. As a new patient, I was in shock. I was fortunate to meet with him 1 week prior to his passing and was looking forward to continue my care with him. He was a very sincere, CARING and honest person.
    May God bless you all during this time.

  2. Our prayers are with your family as you endure this great loss! God is a God of comfort and peace, who will see you through this journey. We love you!

  3. The first time we encountered Dr. Thang was during an Interaction Group hour at Bethany Church a few years back. He delivered a lesson that was so robust and thorough and delightful. We had never seen him at church before that day and recall wishing we could clone him and maybe bottle some of that energy! How we miss him. We pray for his boys to grow in grace, wisdom, & godliness, qualities already much on display at the funeral. Our faithful LORD has already answered our prayers!

  4. Dr. Pham has been my doctor my entire life 21yrs. He will be greatly missed. Whenever I felt ill he always was able to make me feel better with a simple smile or joke. I am saddened by the news and send my condolences to his family. He has touched many hearts including mine and am still in utter shock.

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