April 27, 1962 – March 21, 2021
Feng Zhou , 58 years old, of Keller, Texas passed away on March 20, 2021 in Fort Worth, Texas.
He was born on April 27, 1962 in Jinzhou, China. He attended Huazhong University of Science and Technology and majored in physics. He obtained a scholarship to attend Kansas State University where he studied Electrical Engineering.
Zhou Feng met his wife Yang Han Ju at Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 1988. He spent the next 33 years together with her as partners and friends in life and in faith. He and his wife were the founding members of New Life Gospel Church at its conception in 2001.
Feng Zhou started his career as a semiconductor engineer at STMicroelectronics and Texas Instruments. He worked for 13 years as an engineer. In 2009, he became a licensed realtor, assisting dozens of clients and purchasing many investment properties of his own. Through persistence, passion, and integrity, he created a successful business that provided both security and comfort for his family.
Zhou Feng enjoyed outdoor activities such as jogging, tennis, golf and fishing. Zhou Feng was a man of curiosity who loved to work with his hands, tinkering with and fixing things. Zhou Feng loved being economical and took immense pleasure from capitalizing on a good deal. His favorite pastimes included eating and drinking. Every night, he would sit at the dinner table and enjoy a midnight snack with a glass of red wine. He had a passion for cooking and took joy when his family complimented his culinary talents.
Feng Zhou is survived by his wife, Han Ju Yang, and sons, Albert Zhou and Zachary Zhou. Zhou Feng was an immigrant who personified the American Dream. He was a faithful man who loved the Lord. He took pride in his family and gave his best to ensure their wellbeing. He enjoyed life and was an extremely happy man. He will always be remembered as a loving husband, father, and friend to the many who knew and loved him.
If you wish to send flowers in honor of Mr. Feng, please contact Lilium Floral Design at 817-589-1566 or http://www.liliumflorals.com.
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April 26, 2021
I was looking at the news tonight and heart ached when I learned of the passing of Mr Feng “Brian” Zhou. I rented a property with my 2 small children many years ago from the Zhou’s. (Two of the nicest people I’ve ever met). My heartfelt condolences and sincere prayers to the Zhou family and Friends. So sorry to hear of your loss. Your loss is truly Heaven’s gain🙏🏾❤️
April 11, 2021
My wife and I have rented a house from Brian and Julie for the last two years. We recently moved to Texas and weren’t sure in what area we wanted to live. Luckily I met Brian on line and he showed me around the Keller area and leased us one of his beautiful, well-kept homes. Brian was a great person and a great landlord! He was available when we needed help, but left us alone when we didn’t. My wife and I think of Brian’s premature passing and his family often with a heavy heart!
April 2, 2021
My heart is filled with deep sorrow. Now that you are gone, I cannot stop bringing up your name. I will always treasure the memories we shared when you came to visit, and those happy days we had in school in Class 78841 at HUST. You will be sorely missed. May you rest in peace, my friend.
Yingjun Ma (马英骏）
March 31, 2021
I am deeply saddened by hearing the passing of my college classmate and good friend, Mr. Feng Zhou!
Our special friendship started back to 1978 when we were studying at Huazhong University of Science and Technology. Mr. Zhou was then one of the youngest students in our class of 78841, despite of our age difference, we became very good friends like brothers. We enjoyed the time we studied together, played together and laughing together. Mr. Zhou will always be remembered as a talent, smart, optimistic, humorous and loving person.
Remembered when Mr. Zhou first time came to United States, he called me at S.F. airport and told me his flight ticket to Kansas got lost and he was not able to go there. I immediately drove to the airport and picked him up to my house at Reno Nevada in the midnight. Mr. Feng Zhou stayed with my family for about a week and then I drove him to S.F. airport to continue his journey to Kansas to pursue his dream. I had never thought that was the last time we were together.
Please pass my most sincere condolences to Mr. Zhou's wife, Han Ju Yang, his sons, Albert and Zachary and his entire family at this devastating time. He will remain in my heart forever!
May Mr. Zhou's soul in haven of rest
Edward Lin (林 子久)
March 25, 2021
Anchor your soul in the haven of rest