- 47 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 13, 1963
- Place of birth:
- Date of passing: May 9, 2010
- Place of passing:
Fremont, California, United States
|The one place he will never leave is our heart.|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Harvey Chan, who passed away on May 9, 2010. The past year was difficult for everyone who loved him and for those whose lives he had touched.
Harvey's spirit and legacy will always remain with us, and he will be remembered forever.
Please feel free to leave a tribute, share a story, or upload any photos/videos you would like to share.
Thank you for visiting.
"Just came back from your favorite restaurant had dinner with our son Chris. Another year had passed by, he is a fine young man now, so much like you! We all missed you so much, you are always in my heart.
"Still thinking of you my friend."
"Happy birthday bro. I miss you more and more as the time passes. I finally made my daily walk around the wall and stopped by your bench. It was finally a sunny glorious day in Van. YOU were definitely smiling down on us that day. I notice people choosing to sit at your bench over the other ones. It is because they know how special it is. Love you, my sweet brother."
"Harvey was my best friend for many years and all through the time we spent at University. Harvey was with me when I learned of my son's bone disease, when I struggled with family issues & Harvey was the ONLY friend or family who was at my graduation."
"When Harvey passed, he took with him a little piece of me. I'm OK with that, I know it's safe in his hands. I miss him terribly. He taught me so much. The time I shared with not only him, but Lucy, Chris, and Lynn as well will never leave my memory"
"This has been one year and the pain and sorrow is no less deep. My name is Calvin and I am the big brother of my beloved Harvey. The ache is more acute because he passed just before Mother's day. He will be missed. I raise a glass to your memory,"
"I miss Harvey's intelligence and sense of humor every day. The year has been filed with thoughts along the lines of "Harvey would love this" or "This would make Harvey laugh" or (best yet) "I wish I could share this with Harvey to annoy him". He is l"
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