MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Tillie Ng, 68, Lake Wildwood |

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR: Tillie Ng, 68, Lake Wildwood

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How long I’ve lived in Nevada County: 13 years.

Why I like living here: Atmosphere and friendly people.

What I do in my spare time: Volunteer for homeowners and renters association programs; income tax preparer.

My family: Husband of 50 years, daughter and family in Oakland, son and family in Paradise, six grandchildren.

Best friends: Bill Ng, Liz Ng and Paul Ng.

Favorite food: Chinese food.

Pets: A poodle named Crystal.

Job: Part-time at Lake Wildwood security department.

What I like about my job: Meeting and helping people.

What I would change about my job: Days of work.

The best job I ever had: Physical therapist technician.

If I won a million: Pay off debts for children and set up college funds for grandchildren.

My favorite vacation: Either China or the United Kingdom.

My dream vacation: Around the world.

My greatest accomplishment: A wonderful husband for 50 years, having two wonderful children, and six great grandchildren.

What I’d change about the world: Worldwide peace.

The most important lessons I’ve learned: Look for inner beauty.

The people who have made the biggest difference in my life: My stepfather and mother.

My hero: My mother.

The best book I’ve read recently: “The House on Hope Street.”

My personal theme song: “Titanic.”

Favorite TV show: “Touched by an Angel.”

A movie I’d recommend: “I Am Sam.”

What you should know about me: I love to volunteer to help others, and have volunteered at Telecare, HICAP, AARP-IRS income tax preparation, Helpline, and currently the homeowners and renters assistance program.

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