King Fai Chan Obituary
It is with a heavy heart that the family of King-Fai Chan announce the death of King-Fai Chan (Hong Kong), who passed away on May 16, 2020, at the age of 82, surrounded by family at his side both physically and virtually. King is survived by his wife of over 50 years, Janet Kin-Wah, along with his two children Michael (Julie) and Anita. One world, one dad! He was also so loved by his 4 grandchildren, Taylor, Marcus, Alisha and Mila.
King was born in Foshan, Guangdong, China (Shunde district) on February 25, 1938. King moved to London, Ontario, in 1970 (not knowing a word of English) where he made many friendships and to build his "empire". King moved back to China in the mid 90's to make a better life for his family. One of King's favourite sayings was "Work hard to play hard". King ran his company right up till the end and even during his fight through cancer.
King loved to fish, garden, play baccarat. Live, laugh and Love was his motto and although he was a dedicated, successful business man, he loved to spend time with his friends and family making life long lasting memories. His ability to put a smile on your face will be remembered by many.
Distance didn't stop King from being close to his family and friends. King will be sadly missed by his many family and friends both in Canada and back home.
Pictures are worth a thousand words. Hope you enjoy this video put together in honour of our hero, King-Fai Chan.
Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of King-Fai Chan to pay them a last tribute. You may also light a candle in honor of King-Fai Chan.
A funeral service will be held on Thursday, June 11th, 2020 from 4:00 AM to 8:00 AM (EST) at the Universal Funeral Parlour Company Limited.
1st floor Room: 真誠堂 Zhēnchéng táng in Hong Kong. June 11, 2020 4 PM to 8 PM Hong Kong Time.
During this unprecedented situation with Covid-19, immediate family will attend virtually. The family appreciates all the love and support.
Any donations can be made to the Cancer Society with the following link (In memory of King Fai Chan): http://support.cancer.ca