Cousin Ana Mireya Hung Lee is A New Yorker Who Enjoys Parties in Town

Ana Mireya Hung Lee is the first born daughter born on June 30, 1957, natural child of my Father’s second brother Filiberto Hung and his wife Mireya Lee. During 1976 and 1977, Mireyita was attending a private Catholic High School in Queens, New York, she enjoyed going out to parties in town and dating new people she met socially at the event. Soon after her New York social debutante coming out party, Ana Mireya met a young man from the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo, and she was sexually abused to the extent of psychiatric care and a latent pregnancy which led to the birth of her first child Rafael—adopted by her parents Filiberto and Mireya as a young baby son in the Hung Lee Family. Mireyita became a teenage mother with her parents and grandparents Pancho and Ana, all helping her for family support to raise her first child born out of wedlock to a Dominican young man from Brooklyn, New York. Since her Father Filiberto Hung and Mother Mireya Lee owned a Hispanic grocery store in Brooklyn, New York, Cousin Mireyita was able to raise her first child Rafael in a family-owned business environment in Queens, New York.

Her father, Filiberto Hung had also worked for the City of New York as an accountant in the business department. Afterwards, Filiberto Hung purchased a New York Hispanic grocery story in Brooklyn, near Manhattan and Flushing, Queens, in the state of New York.

Mireyita was relieved of her teenage parental duties after high school graduation and continued her college studies at St. John’s Catholic University where she graduated with a degree in Spanish Literature and further studies in the practice of Law at the same institution, where she specialized in Real Property Law with a law license from the state of New York. Ana Mireya Hung Lee has been under psychiatric counseling therapy since her last year of high school. She was treated with Thorazine for anti-psychotic behavior by a New York psychiatrist.

Her mother, Mireya Hung Lee is well known for cooking, catering, and event-planning in Flushing, New York.

Twenty-five (25) years ago, during the week of Father’s Day for June 18, 1988, Cousin Mireyita and both her parents Filiberto and Mireya travelled to Chicago to attend my family wedding involving Nathan S. Wittler and his parents Reverend Melvin A. Wittler and Mrs. Nancy Wittler (Patriquin) with my Father Mr. Roberto Hung and family as witnesses to the marriage at City Hall in Chicago Downtown along with the festivities for the Wedding Reception at Navy Pier aboard the Star of Chicago for the 3-hour dinner cruise along Lake Michigan.

Afterwards, my Father Roberto Hung went on Vacations To Visit His Family Relatives, His Brothers, His Sisters, Nephews and Nieces in Queens, Flushing, Long Island, and Brooklyn, New York.

However, Cousin Mireyita and her parents Filiberto and Mireya did not return to visit my Father Roberto Hung after he purchased a Lombard Brick Bungalow in the Village of Lombard by St. Pius X Catholic Church in DuPage County, Illinois USA. They did not travel for the Funeral of Roberto Hung for his Memorial Mass at St. Pius X Catholic Church nor the Wake at Brust Funeral Home on Main Street, Lombard, Illinois. I called Uncle Filiberto and Aunt Mireya about Roberto Hung’s death at Vencor Northlake. Neither one planned to travel to attend the funeral rites at St. Pius X Catholic Church.

When my Father Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor was murdered at Vencor Northlake Hospital by Respiratory Ben Aguilar on June 18, 1998, I notified Brust Funeral Home in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois USA. Ron Foreman, the Deputy Funeral Director for John Brust, helped me to plan and arrange the funeral at St. Pius X Catholic Church Parish near my Lombard home at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard in District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois 60148-3028 USA.

The last time I saw Cousin Mireyita, I was visiting New York City and travelled to Flushing and Queens to visit Uncle Filiberto and Aunt Mireya, when Ana Mireya was at home. Both of them were already retired after they sold the Brooklyn grocery store and Mireyita, Ileana, and Santiago her youngest brother were all living at home with their parents. They were in the kitchen of their Flushing home when I sat with them to talk about my trip to New York City during 1999.

I have not seen nor meet Cousin Ana Mireya Hung Lee for the last fourteen (14) years. However, I have called her by telephone in Flushing, New York where she lived with her parents Filiberto and Mireya during 2009 and 2010. I spoke by telephone to Cousin Santiago when I contacted them after Uncle Filiberto had “Arthroscopic Elbow Surgery”. In addition, I called Aunt Mireya by telephone and Mireyita answered the phone call. Also, I have called by telephone to Flushing, New York and Cousin Santiago answered the telephone. There is a record of my telephone calls to New York, Flushing to contact Filiberto Hung, Mireya Hung Lee, and his family at home.

Cousin Mireyita never calls me by telephone nor does she ever write letters to me for correspondence related to my Father Mr. Roberto Hung and the Surviving Family including his Daughter, Son, and Widow living in the state of Illinois, USA. Ana Mireya Hung Lee never invites me nor does she include me in legal business matter relating to the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung Supplemental Health Care or in legal meetings surrounding criminal acts and murder-for-hire plots and conspiracies involving my family as Lombard resident homeowners and Illinois Victims of Heinous Hate Crimes. Even when Mireyita Hung Lee has my telephone number and mailing address, she never contacts me to notify me, the eldest daughter of Mr. Roberto Hung and legal representative about court matters for Illinois Victims compensation, restitution, and reimbursement due to the Estate of Mr. Roberto Hung and Surviving Family.