January 19, 1938 – June 30, 2020
MELTON CHEW was born on January 19, 1938 in San Francisco, California and passed away on June 30, 2020 in Discovery Bay, California and is under the care of Brentwood Funeral Home.
Donations in MELTON CHEW's memory can be made to American Cancer Society, Special Olympics.
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July 26, 2020
We both are saddened to hear of Mel’s passing. He was such a kind and gentle man who was full of interesting facts. It was always a joy to talk to him.
Our condolences go out to Kelley and his family.
We will miss him and our chats.
Dear Mel rest in peace!
Ed and Hilary
July 17, 2020
I am saddened to hear of Mel's passing. I have known Mel for many years through our professional society. He was an inspiration to many and willingly provided sage advice. He will be missed. My sincere condolences to his family, friends and colleagues.
July 8, 2020
There are no words to fully express our sadness at Mel's passing. Our travel memories are filled with the two of you. You have our deep sorrow and heartfelt sympathy.
July 4, 2020
Mel was a consummate gentleman. He always treated me kindly and with respect. Mel was a pleasure to work with. He is already greatly missed. Prayers for his family at this time.
July 4, 2020
We played a lot of golf together. He rode in his purple Aston Martin golf cart , and would hit balls over my head as I walked . He always shared his travels and pictures. He was very kind , always engaged my wife because they were both Washington
High grads in Sf. Anyone who was lucky
enough to met Mel, was certainly fortunate. The last year ,or so ,was really tough , and I was so fortunate to spend the the time with Mel.
I will deeply miss him , as will all those he
Touched. So sad !
July 2, 2020
Mel was a dear friend and I will miss him. We met in the early 90s on a car rental shuttle bus in Washington D.C. We were both on our way to the same meeting. Our friendship was easy going and we always knew what to talk about. He brought my family and I to Livermore to work at his company. We did many things together: skiing, golf, NASCAR races, we went with a group to the Indy 500. He taught my kids how to ski. After I left the company we spoke by phone and occasional visits and always we picked up our conversation with ease. I enjoyed hearing his many stories. The last time I saw Mel was last fall. We went for a ride in his boat along the delta and made a plan to go to DCI this June. We spoke a few weeks ago and he was cheerful even knowing what was to come. Mel made a huge difference in my life. Thanks for being my friend and Godspeed out there in the cosmos.