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Rem Kros Dorado


January 01, 2021


Toulprom, Cambodia

September 05, 1944

Rem Kros, age 76, passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones on January 01, 2021 due to complications from a stroke and diabetes. She left behind five adult children, over 20 grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Rem was born on September 05, 1944 in Cambodia to Pok and Leo Kros. As a single mother she raised her children during the Khmer Rouge regime. Rem and her children escaped to a refugee camp and eventually made their way to America. Rem survived unspeakable hardships but remained fun loving and kind. She became a US citizen and was an active member of Calvary Baptist Church.


You are the best mom in the world. Words cannot express of how amazing you are. You clothed us, you bathed us, you fed us, you took care of us through the most challenging times in Cambodia and the refugee camps. Now that we have made it to the United States of America, you wanted us to never give up and do our best with everything. You taught us to remember where we came from and to serve the less fortunate. You always taught us to treat people with respect. Your example taught us to lead our lives in God’s hands.

Your mission is accomplished, mom. I know that you are watching over us and still encourage us to keep it up.

Until we meet again, we will do our best to continue your legacy.

We love you.


Funeral Service

Tuesday, Jan. 05, 2021 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Premier Funeral Services
67 East 8000 South
Midvale, UT 84047

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Ry Kros

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Jan 03, 2021

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May you rest in sweet peace.

Shawn , Taylorsville, UT, US Jan 03, 2021

Sorry to hear of your lost Ran and Ry. Condolences to you and your family. You are in our prayers.

Rod Hunt Jan 05, 2021

Rem was an exceptional woman. She raised 2 of the best men I am proud to work with. I have heard stories of the hardships she endured. I am thankful to know she is out of physical and emotional pain. I know she will always be there. My best memory is seeing her so happy and proud at the badge ceremony. She will be missed. I love you guys and pray you will be comforted. Dwell on all your good memories, that's what carries us through.

Sarah Hill Jan 03, 2021

I did not know Rem, but I know two of her sons and they are both exceptional people. She did a great job raising them to be ethical, hard working, and just generally good people. I’m sure she always was, and always will be, very proud of them. I’m very sorry for your loss.

Max Nelson , Herriman, UT, US Jan 03, 2021