Sarunyu Boonsanong Cause Of Death, Who Was Sarunyu Boonsanong Local Father and Restaurant Owner Die! The owner of Buddha Thai Bistro, Sarunyu Boonsanong was a former owner of the Buddha Thai Bistro. He passed away. Also called “Guy”, the man was admitted to hospital for seventy-seven days. Despite the most effective medical treatment and care, doctors were unable to save the man and he passed away leaving his family and friends with deep sorrow and grief. It’s not difficult to say that his family’s hopes have been crushed to hear about his passing in the hopes of his recovery. Condolences and tributes have been flooding the internet in recent days.
Sarunyu Boonsanong Cause Of Death
As per reports Sarunyu Boonsanong sustained a traumatizing spinal cord and brain injury in the wake of a pool accident on Father’s Day. The wife of Sarunyu, Naphat Bukum claimed that he had prepared them and gave the time needed to prepare. In addition, she stated that it’s still shocking for their family members that this can happen, and that during the course of treatment, the family did not give up. Naphat further said that her entire family believed until the very last moment that he would wake up.
The reports confirm that Sarunyu Boonsanong was killed on the 31st of August 2022. The news is that Sarunyu’s wife had their third child in the two-and-a-half month battle which tragically was over on Wednesday. Naphat Bukum revealed she was aware that Guy could hear them , no matter whatever condition he was, when he opened his eyes at least a couple of times while she spoke to Guy.
We should also note that the couple dated for 10 years, and Guy owned the restaurant for 12 years. His wife also said that his legacy will continue by his children and his restaurant. Naphat said the fact that Guy’s unconditional love everywhere she visited here. Sarunyu Boonsanong was described as a person who would always be looking for the positive aspects of events and life and believed in the concept of paying it forward. This is that his family is trying to repay the memory of his father.
Sources say that the family has also set up an GoFundMe page to support the university in Thailand that aids in research and treatment for pediatric neurology disorders. Naphat explained that they are calling the fund”the “be Like Guy Foundation”. Naphat recalled the time she shared with her husband and stated that it was the most memorable 10-years of her own life. On September 10 and 11 in the 4750 Pam Valley Road in Ponte Vedra Beach from 12PM until 2 PM A celebration of Sarunyu’s life be held.