A MESSAGE FROM THE FAMILY

Family request all attendees wear white to the services and no photographs to be taken.
OBITUARY

Paul Chau

August 17, 1994May 31, 2019
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Paul Chau, age 24, born August 17, 1994 in Fort Worth, Texas and passed away May 31, 2019 in Fort Worth, Texas. Paul was a hard worker and enjoyed spending time with family. He was a dedicated father to Savannah, spending time playing with each other and learning how to french braid her hair. He loved experiencing new places and was always up for a small road trip. Paul was a wonderful friend, he dropped whatever he was doing to help someone in need. He always held his friends and loved ones with upmost respect and esteem for the individual. He is survived by his wife, Nancy Chau; daughter, Savannah Chau; parents, Phung Chau and Gai Nguyen; siblings, Hien Chau and David Chau; nieces, Gaby Moncada, Natalia, Nadia, Nina Cedillo, Liseth Lara and Kaylee Chau; nephews, Xavier Moncada and Levi Chau. Family will receive friends from 6 pm to 8 pm, Friday, June 7, 2019 at Keller's Old Town Funeral Home, 220 Keller Parkway, Keller, Texas 76248. A Buddhist Ceremony will be at 10 am, Saturday, June 8, 2019 at Keller's Old Town Funeral Home with a Funeral Service to begin at 11 am with a graveside service to follow at Bourland Cemetery. Family request all attendees wear white and no photographs at the service.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, June 7, 2019
  • Buddhist Ceremony Saturday, June 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 8, 2019
  • Graveside Service to follow Funeral Service Saturday, June 8, 2019

Memories

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Martin Lizardi

June 8, 2019

He was a hard worker very good friend one of my best team players I’m always call the phone with him to me it’s hard to believe he’s not longer with us but I know he’s in better hands now love you forever Chau I going to miss you You always going to be in my heart Brother

Norma Garcia

June 3, 2019

I remember a young man with love in his heart and a smile on his face for a pretty young woman who later became his wife and the mother to his daughters. You’ll never be forgotten specially by your beautiful little girls, your legacy. Savannah will tell Sofia how funny, loving and proud you were of her. Go in peace, your job here on earth is done for now, and know that your sweet family will be well loved and cared for. You’ll continue to live on in your little girls for always.

Lindsey Ortega

June 3, 2019

Paul was such an amazing person, he and Nancy were the absolute CUTEST! They were always matching in high school and seemed to always be eating snacks. I’ll never forget our many adventures of us along with Brandon and Mario driving around with the windows down blasting music and singing or our double date on senior skip day when we woke up early then went to 7/11 to get snacks and headed out to the lake to enjoy a much needed break from school. Seeing the love between Nancy and Paul was just absolutely beautiful, I was always pestering Paul about when he was gonna finally ask for my best friends hand in marriage and he would always get so bashful. I was so happy when Nancy told me they were engaged and was so sad I was unable to make it to their big day. Pauly you will definitely be missed! Love you and can’t wait to see you again!

Myrrhrisa Barraza

June 3, 2019

Senior Year Homecoming 2012 at Timber Creek High School. You were such a great friend, Paul and you’ll be missed dearly!

Maria Baker

June 3, 2019

Barry, the boys and I still remember one day when Nancy and Paul came to our place to leave baby Savannah with us so they could go out for a little date: he was shy, kind and always smiling. So handsome too! We had so much fun with Savannah and knew she was a very lucky girl, blessed with two very special parents. But, my favorite memory of him is when we were at one of our work Christmas parties and he came to me, in a shy and sweet way, to ask me if I didn't mind to go and check on Nancy while she was in the ladies room (she wasn't feeling too well) and then he asked me to stay with her and make sure she was ok while he went out to get the car. I knew then that he really had grown up a lot in the last few years and he showed how much he cared about Nancy. I was so proud of both of them for getting their life on track, even if both so young, and create such a beautiful family together. My heart is broken and I'm deeply sad, but I'm glad Paul got to experience real love from so many around him. To Nancy, Savannah and both families our deepest condolences and to Paul I just want to say "Ciao, Paul Chau!". Love, the Bakers

Chris Gundler

June 3, 2019

I remember Paul and I were pretty close on the wrestling team, he could always be found with a smile. One time we were running during wrestling practice and a friend drove buy and picked Paul and I up and dropped us close the finish line. We thought we were so slick. Then our coach found out and him and I had to run twice as much. We laughed and complained the whole time.

Jesus Zamudio

June 3, 2019

No hay palabras para sentir el dolor que me ha dejado tu partida fuiste un buen padre con un enorme amor por sus hijas y con mi hija te agradezco porque desde que te conocí siempre le demostrarte un gran amor haz dejado un gran dolor en mi corazón pero te prometo que siempre estaré al cuidado de tu familia como tú lo hiciste Descansa en Paz Paul

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