Dear Tomio and Kimie, our words are not adequate to express the sorrow we feel for your loss. You son was an inspiration to everyone around him. We still remember the video message kent and his friends at lake monger primary school recorded for our daughters graduation and how it always brought a smile to our face. We are so blessed and lucky to have known his beauty. Our deepest condolences to you and your family.
I know that there isn’t anything I could say to take away the pain. But please know we are here for you, whatever you need.
- Parveen, Minakshi, Sakshi and Mannat.
The Lau Family on 10 February, 2020 at 6:31pm
So sad to hear the tragic news. We remember Kent well in his early days of starting out in tennis at Scarborough, and being part of the squad with Timmy and Evan. Kent always displayed a hard work ethic; he was so committed and passionate about tennis. He displayed a commitment that would've taken him to great heights in the sport. We were immensely shocked to hear of the news of his sudden passing. Our deepest condolences to Tomio and Kimie - there are no words to console their incredible loss of a fine young son who had such a promising future ahead of him. He may be gone physically, but will always be remembered fondly in our hearts, as well as in everyone's hearts who knew him personally, or knew of him. Sincerely, The Lau Family (Anthony, Jessica, Timothy, Benjamin & Annie)
Neil, Jo-Anne and Jake Dembo on 9 February, 2020 at 4:37pm
Dear Tomio and Kimie, our words and actions can not express the sorrow we feel for you. It is with such sadness that I type this message. We will no longer see you and Kent at Mt Lawley Tennis club on court 21, practicing, hitting - the court will never be the same. Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Neil, Jo and Jake