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Mr. Chan was an actor who became a familiar face in a variety of Asian roles, notably as Jerry Lewis’s butler in the Martin Scorsese film “The King of Comedy.”
CHAN--Franklin P. K. The officers and members of the Kreisler Borg Florman General Construction Company staff report with profound sadness the sudden passing of their esteemed colleague and fellow Engineer, Franklin P.K. Chan, Senior Vice President of the Company. His depth of knowledge of construction and selfless service will be sorely missed by the entire organization. Robert F. Borg, Chairman
CHAN-Stephen. The President, Boards of Governors and Overseers, faculty, administration and students of Hebrew Union CollegeJewish Institute of Religion record with deep sorrow the death of Stephen Chan, Chairman and Trustee Emeritus of the Hagop Kevorkian Fund. We extend our heartfelt sympathy and condolences to his beloved family. He has left our world with a rich legacy. May his family be comforted together with all those who mourn for Zion and Jerusalem. Rabbi Sheldon Zimmerman, Pres. Burton ...
CHAN-Stephen, age 88, of Palm Beach, Fla., died after a threeyear battle with Parkinson's disease on Saturday, April 3, 1999. Mr. Chan was an accountant and a managing partner of Eisner and Lubin. He was a benefactor of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a trustee of NYU's Institute of Fine Arts, a trustee of the Hagop Kevorkian Fund, a founder of JASA, on the board of Bronx Lebanon Hospital, a founder of Westchester Reform Temple, a member of the Palm Beach Country Club and Fenway Golf Club. He is ...
CHAN-Stephen. The Board of Governors and Members of Fenway Golf Club record with profound sorrow the passing of its longtime member, Stephen Chan, and extend to his bereaved wife, Miriam, and the members of his family, our sincere condolences. Joel Langer, President Marvin Leffler, Secretary
CHAN-Marian. (nee Ng). On March 29th, 1998. Beloved wife of Henry H. Loving mother of Cynthia M. and Christopher D. Cherished sister of Frances, Edward and Jennifer. Reposing at the Frederick Funeral Home of Flushing, Northern Boulevard, at 193 St. (718) 357-6100. Visiting hours today 6:00-9:00 PM, Thursday 9:0011:30 AM. Cremation private.
GEN. MA CHAN-SHAN, RESISTED JAPANESE; Chinese Military Leader Who Led Defense of Manchuria in 1931 Is Dead at 65
WARNER OLAND, 57, SCREEN STAR, DIES; 'Charlie Chan' of Films Victim of Pneumonia on Visit to Sweden, His Homeland BEGAN CAREER ON STAGE Film Debut With Theda Bara--Was the Villain in Pearl White's'Perils of Pauline' In "The Perils of Pauline" His Fir
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