A MA mother of two who thought she had a simple cold is dead after flu-related complications turned fatal last week.
Jenny Ching, 51, and her entire family thought she was just battling a bad cold last week when she went to the hospital last Wednesday.
Doctors diagnosed her with influenza.
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"She had the flu and she also developed a bacterial infection", her husband Matt Ching said. "It was really severe and caused severe pneumonia".
"What kind of dedicated, tireless, loyal person works for the same establishment - New Garden - for over 30 years?" said her friend, Jim Healy, Ching's longtime friend and lifelong resident of Needham, as he delivered a moving eulogy at the funeral before the crowded church.
"I can't believe it because she was so healthy", Raymond So, the owner of New Garden restaurant where she worked, told WTIC.
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She added, "I couldn't be more proud of my Braylynn, she's always been a tough kid but I severely underestimated her strength. Why do they have to leave us? "He, like me, we're supposed to watch our grandkids grow up and make us great-grandparents".
Her wake on Wednesday reportedly drew hundreds of people.
A GoFundMe page has been set up to help Ching's children and family.
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