Le N. Nguyen grew up in a big family in Quang Nam, Vietnam. Her mother was poor, and after her father passed away at a young age, Le became the bread winner for the entire family. Because of such care and sacrifices for the whole family, she was highly respected in the family by her mother and sisters.
Later in life, Le had two children and she spent her entire life providing shelter, food, care, education, and everything else her children would possibly need.
Le worked as a midwife in Quang Tin, a central province in Vietnam from 1960-1975. She then went back to her hometown in Tam An, where she became a small shop owner. In 1990, Le and her daughter migrated to the United states. She sponsored her son and he later joined them in the United States.
She was a highly respected member of the big family. She helped her sisters financially and she did the same for their children and husbands. Her visits to their families were always given the best welcome possible, as she had provided for their education and even food as needed.
Her children could always count on her to be the greatest woman in the world. She gave much to her children. Her contributions to her children are literally indescribable.
We love our mother and her cousins love her as well.