Obituaries Related to "Chang" from New York Times Archive
For 17 years, his aim was to help the children of Chinese immigrants acquire an American identity as they adapted to life in the United States.
Mr. Peng, whose chicken has been called “the most famous Hunanese dish in the world,” left a lasting mark on the food scene.
CHANG--Jui, MD, 66, on November 28, 2006. Loving mother of David (Lauren), cherished grandmother of Emily, Caroline, and Oliver. In lieu of flowers, donations to American Cancer for Pancreatic Research.
CHANG--Albert C. Of Great Neck, January 7, 2006. Beloved husband of Lita Wou. Loving father of the late Laura Lynne. Memorial services 1:00 PM on Saturday, February 4, 2006 at Community Church of Great Neck, 2 Stoner Avenue, Great Neck. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be made to the Church.
CHANG -- Jen - chung, 92, March 11. Devoted husband of 60 years of Chi-hsuan, beloved father of Han-hua and Ti-Hua, grandfather of four. Tsinghua Law School, Masters degrees Columbia, Queens College. Lawyer; president Foreign Correspondents Club Tokyo 1946; bestselling author ''Ledo Road,'' ''Landing in Korea''; librarian. Wake at Ortiz Funeral Home, 235 W. 72 St, Tuesday, March 15, 4-8PM. Funeral on Wednesday, 10:30AM. Visit http:// jen-chung.blogspot.com.
CHANG--Timothy, On November 21. Beloved husband of Mabel Chang. Devoted father of Robert Chang. Funeral services Friday, 11:30AM at Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Avenue at 81 Street. Private cremation to follow.
Iris Chang, author of book The Rape of Nanking, commits suicide at age of 36; photo (L)
CHANG--Ray F. age 59 of Flushing, Queens formerly of Teaneck, NJ, died Sunday, June 13, 2004. Loving son of Shin Chin Chang and the late Chin Chi Chang. Devoted father of Jennifer, William, and Kimberly Chang. He is also survived by three sisters; Ming Chi Lin, Ming Shin Stanton, and Ming Shun Chang and one brother Rau C. Chang. He was an Actuary for AXA Financial in NYC as well as a Life Master Bridge Player. A funeral service will take place on Friday, June 18 at 10AM at the Volk Leber Funeral ...
YUE--Nai-Tchi Chang. On January 31, 2004. Wife of Dr. Shyh-Jong Yue (deceased). Daughter of Chang ChingChiang and Chang Yi-Ming (deceased). Artist, master cook, and cultivator of award-winning tomatoes. She is survived by son David, daughter - in - law Charlotte, and grandchildren Frances, Timothy, and Emmalyn. Memorial service Sunday May 2, 2004, at Chuan Yen Monastery, Carmel, NY.
SHEN-Shih-Chang. Of San Francisco, CA, formerly of Hamden, CT, died on March 5, 2002 at the age of 90. Born in Shanghai, China, he received his BS from Yenching University, his MD from Peking Union Medical College, and his PhD from Cambridge University, England. Dr. Shen was named director of the National Institute of Physiology in Shanghai, but the outbreak of World War II prevented him from returning to his homeland to assume that post. From 1948 to 1958 he was a professor of zoology at Yale U ...
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