Ann Wee, pioneer of social work education in Singapore, dies aged 93

In a photo taken on Dec 2, 2016, pioneer of social work education Ann Wee talks about her memoir, A Tiger Remembers. ST PHOTO: SEAH KWANG PENG
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SINGAPORE - Mrs Ann Wee, the pioneer of social work education in Singapore, died at home on Wednesday morning (Dec 11). She was 93.

Her daughter Lynnette Wee, 63, said her mother, the former head of the National University of Singapore (NUS) social work department, was in good health and had made plans for the rest of the week when she suddenly died.

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