Gregory Chan-Hin Chan

September 20, 1929February 4, 2019

Gregory Chan-Hin Chan was born on September 20, 1929 and passed away on February 4, 2019 in Everett, Washington.


  • Funeral Service Thursday, February 14, 2019

Gregory Chan-Hin Chan

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Shannon Atkins

February 19, 2019

Thinking of you and your family Joseph. Such a hard time. Hugs, warm wishes, a glass of wine to toast your memories. Shannon

Ruth Chowzun

February 14, 2019

Mr Chan,

We only met for a brief time but what a wonderful time it was on the day of Theo and Kevin's wedding. Back at the house you and my son were inseparable the entire reception he didn't want to leave you at the end he had so much fun with you. Even though we never did make it to Washington for a visit I will never forget the pleasure it was spending that day with you.
Rest in peace.
Ruth Chowzun

Justin Lee

February 14, 2019


I have so many great memories of our time together and I will miss you so much. Some of my favorite memories were of our family vacations and traveling with you on the tours because you could always teach me something that the tour guides missed. You have always been an inspiration for me, to be as kind and caring as you. I will never forget the many things you have taught me over the years.


Kevin Collins

February 13, 2019

Dad. You are and will be truly loved and missed. From the first time we met I had no doubt who the matriarch of the family was. Though at times there was a slight language barrier between us I could always feel and sense the respect and love you carried. Always telling me I was too fat. I lost all the weight Dad, and was looking forward to seeing you again to show you the new me. As both being Dragons I know we had a lot in common. I have no doubt Dad you are amongst the Angels, smiling down on us all awaiting the day when we will meet again. I am not one for goodbyes, so I’ll just say I will see you later.

Suk Ling Beatrice Poon

February 13, 2019

In loving memory of Greegory Chan, Hin Chan with our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences. He will always be in our heart.

Love from your niece

Suk Ching
Suk Yee
Suk Kan
Suk Ling

Jennifer Fan

February 11, 2019

My loving Grandpa,

I miss you and cherish the memories we had together. I am so happy to have benefited from your love and knowledge of this world. I have always been in awe of how forward thinking you are, so accepting and loving. My favorite memories when i think of you is the way you cared for grandma in everything you do. You always helped grandma cook lunch for us by cooking the noodles, driving grandma to the store to buy groceries, and reminding me to call to talk with grandma. Through your actions I could see how much you cared and loved your family.


Agnes Lee

February 10, 2019

I love you so much, we shared so much together through good times and bad times, you know me more than anyone in this world, you love me more than anyone in this universe. You're always there when I need you. You're truly a great father, I always admired you for your wisdom and knowledge, you taught me to be strong and never afraid of the unknown. You taught me to believed in myself and as long as you have a will and there is a way.
You will always hold a special place in my heart !

Your daughter

Raymond Lee

February 10, 2019

Thinking back for all the years that we've been on those road trips from Canada to California. Helping Agnes and I , taking care of Jennifer and Justin. Chauffeuring the kids around when we couldn't. Helping us move from Billings to Seattle.
The good times we had. We miss you. Rest in peace.
Your Son In-law Raymond

Theodora Chan

February 10, 2019

I would love to share more memories of my papa.
When I was in my teens, I remember one time I passed out in church. Some kind hearted church goers took me home and papa almost called the cops and punched them out thinking that they did me harm.
The last time papa and mom went to visit me in Toronto, dad must be in his late seventies already, we went on a road trip to Philadelphia and Boston; all of us got sick with a bad cold. While we were sightseeing, we ran into a storm with strong wind and pouring rain, papa ran in the rain to buy us ponchos and stood in front of us to shield us from the rain and wind.
My papa, always my hero, my protector.
I only wish you could hear me in heaven how much I love you.
Love you with all my heart papa.
Rest In Peace.
Your daughter, Fu Theodora.

Theodora Chan

February 10, 2019

My dad was a caring and loving father. Always try to give us the best.
Always show us his love through action instead of words.
When I was a kid, papa will piggy back me home up 6 flights of stairs to make sure I won't be overly tired. He never sleep in on his only day off just to spend more time with us as he was too busy juggling between his two jobs from Monday to Saturday.
My dad will always be my rock, my mentor and my guardian angel.
I wish I could spend more time with him while he was still with us.
I love you papa, you will always be in my heart.
Your beloved daughter, Fu. Theodora.