Obituary of Jack Mui

May 18, 2022

Jack Mui beloved husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend passed away Wednesday, May 18, 2022 in New York.

Jack, the third child of Fung Yin and Shu Kuen Mui was born on October 16, 1976 in New York, New York.

After graduating with a degree in Finance from the Stern School of Business at New York University, he embarked on his career in finance within Solomon Smith Barney’s Investment Banking division which ultimately brought him to investment management where he held a leadership role in research at Millennium Management LLC as a Senior Analyst.

Jack will live on in the hearts of his wife, Susan (Susie), his children Jacob (Jacoby), Jackson (DD) and Jacqueline (Pooper), his mother Fung Yin, his brothers Roy (wife, Carol) and John (wife, Peggy), and his nieces and nephews (Erin, Megan, Max, Jared and Joshua).

Jack was a loving husband, father and son.  Everything he did was for the happiness and care of his family and friends.  Always putting other people before himself, Jack was selfless, considerate, and generous.  While modest, Jack had a brilliant mind and  worked extremely hard.  Jack was known for his sarcastic and witty sense of humor, dry humor.  He loved the Yankees, the tv show, The Office (“That’s what she said!”) and cracking open a cold can of Coca-Cola.

A visitation will be held for family and friends at Crestwood Funeral Home (Midtown), 445 West 43rd Street New York, NY 10036 (212-245-7575) on Thursday, May 26, 2022 from 2:00-5:00pm, with the prayer service & eulogy to commence at 3:30pm.

In lieu of flowers, the family invites you to make a memorial contribution in remembrance of Jack to the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

Funeral Services


May 26, 2022

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Crestwood Funeral Home & Cremation Services of Midtown Manhattan

445 W. 43rd Street

New York, NY 10036

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I always remember what a gentleman Jack was…. From when he and Sue were dating. He always took a cab to bring Sue back to our apartment…. Then he would take another cab home . Making sure Sue made it home safely. I also remember the wasabi dare… without much hesitation,Jack snorted wasabi up his nose. Painful for him but so entertaining and gave many of us a story for almost 20 yrs! So smart, poised and crazy neat for a guy…. He will be missed.

Posted by: Hohan Nguyen - Renton , Washington - Friend May 25, 2022

I remember when Jack, Sue, and the boys came to visit us in Northern Virginia in 2015 to celebrate the July 4th holiday. Jack was always so kind and caring. Sue planned to BBQ ribs and it rained really heavily. Jack took out his big umbrella from his car holding it over Sue while she was dealing with the BBQ grill. They saved the ribs and we got to enjoy them. There are no words to express how heartbroken we feel, but we will always cherish the memories we had with Jack.

Posted by: Mai Nguyen - Fairfax Station, VA - Friend May 25, 2022

I knew Jack as a Downtown Little League parent for a number of years and always found him to be wonderfully supportive of all of the players, including his own. My son briefly played with Jack\'s son, Jacob, and, in each conversation with Jack, I was always taken by how much he loved watching his son play baseball. And how he didn\'t take for granted the opportunity to watch him play. God bless the entire family and may Jack rest in peace. Randy Williams

Posted by: Randy Williams - NEW YORK, NY - Friend May 25, 2022

Jack was such a proud dad and inspiring parent. He was the smile that greeted each of us every time we arrived at a Freedom game - always warm and welcoming whether rain or shine. He was the doting dad - there for every one of Jacob’s innings and self appointed ‘videographer-in-chief. He was the cheerleader for every home run - regardless of who hit it. Aiden would go to Jack before us to celebrate a good hit He was the dad who would jog off to collect each boy’s home run ball - to ensure their memory was forever remembered. And he was the motivator-in-chief who delivered Snickers to the entire team for each big hit. These are what he was to each of us But beyond what he was stands what he is. Jack is inspiration, Jack is generosity and Jack is love. He is part of each and every one of us that knew him - and he will stay with us forever. His smile will never fade. And that is how we will remember him and honor him forever. We miss you

Posted by: Marissa & Aiden Jimenez - NY, New York - Friend May 26, 2022

Loving dad that always puts family before himself.

Posted by: Jackson Mui - New York City, New York - Son June 5, 2022

I remember Jack from grade school as being a super friendly person. He will be missed.

Posted by: Dew Chan - , - Friend June 2, 2022