William Wai-Chung Fan

November 2, 1963November 18, 2021

William Wai-Chung Fan, age 58, of Lake Jackson, Texas passed away on Thursday, November 18, 2021. William was born November 2, 1963.

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Rajesh Turakhia

November 24, 2021

I worked with Bill in the epoxy business at Dow and Olin for more than 25 years. I got to know him a lot over the last 5 years when his office was one door down from my office. Bill was easy to talk to and very knowledgeable about chemistry, manufacturing process & technology, and patents/IP. I always walked down to his office every few days for questions on these topics and some general discussion. He was very friendly, helpful, and had a good sense of humor. The most impressive part of Bill was that he never felt sorry for himself or complained about the challenges he faced with his health issues and his frequent visits to doctors’ offices and clinics. He came back to work sometimes around lunch time or later from his doctor’s visits or treatments as if it was a normal day and happily working late in the evening as if nothing had happened. There is a lot to learn for all of us from Bill’s life especially on being happy and calmly facing situations and challenges in our lives.

Haifeng Shi

November 23, 2021

Leslie, I am saddened to hear Bill has left us. My sincere condolences to you and your family. Bill and I worked in the same building for several years. He was kindhearted, humorous and knowledgeable. He helped me a lot in the first few years of my career. We often went to lunch with other colleagues, and enjoyed the time. That was definitely a highlight of my days in B-4810. He is a really great friend that I trust a lot. He will be missed.

Julie Dojahn

November 23, 2021

Leslie and Family - My sincere condolences on Bill's passing. I remember the first time I met Bill was when you, Leslie, and I met him for lunch in Clute in 2000. We were all working for Dow then. It was a great pleasure to work with Bill at Dow and in the Epoxy Process R&D Group at Olin for the past six years. He will be greatly missed and I share your grief. My prayers for comfort and peace are with you.