TRIBUTE TO DR. TIM K. SIU -- (Extensions of Remarks - January 28, 2004)
HON. ADAM B. SCHIFF
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2004
Mr. SCHIFF. Mr. Speaker, I rise today to pay special recognition to Dr. Tim K. Siu who is the recipient of the Distinguished Citizen Award from the San Gabriel Valley Boy Scouts.
A Rotarian since 1969, Dr. Siu has served Rotary International as District Governor and is presently a senior active member. Among his many accomplishments as a Rotarian, Dr. Siu has 33 years of perfect attendance and was a Paul Harris Fellow.
Dr. Siu has served as a member on the Board of Directors of the Tokai Bank of California, a member of the Board at California State University Los Angeles, on the Board of Directors for the West San Gabriel Valley YMCA, Professor Emeritus of University of Southern California Medical School, and Director of Disaster Committee of the American Red Cross. He is currently on the Board of Directors for San Gabriel Valley Medical Center, Board of Councilors for the University of Southern California Pharmacy School and on the Board of California State University Pomona.
In his community, Dr. Siu has served on the City of Alhambra Planning Commission and the Alhambra Civil Service Commission. He has been an officer and director of Alhambra Day Nursery, Wysong Retirement Home, Burke's Manor Senior Citizen Home, and Los Angeles County Medical Association. Dr. Siu is currently serving as a member of the Board of the San Gabriel Valley Medical Center where he is active in building an outpatient surgical center in San Gabriel.
Dr. Siu practiced anesthesiology. He taught anesthesiology at the University of Southern California Medical School until his retirement as Professor Emeritus. He was also the medical examiner for the National Youth Sports Program at USC, the San Gabriel Valley Pop Warner Program, and was the team doctor for the Alhambra High School Football Team.
Dr. Siu is involved in the Chinese community with the Chinese Historical Society, the Chinese-American Citizens Alliance, and the Chinatown Public Service Association. Currently, he is active in building a Chinese American Museum in the original Chinatown of Los Angeles.
Dr. Siu served in the United States Navy stationed at Great Lakes Naval Hospital in Illinois.
Dr. Siu is a native of Hawaii and is married to Dr. Annie Chi Siu. Tim and Annie have four daughters; a general dentist, an athletic administrator, an orthodontist and a registered nurse.
I ask all Members of Congress to join me today in congratulating Dr. Tim K. Siu on a truly exemplary professional and public service career.