Mark-Chan-Obituary

Mark C. Chan

San Pablo, California

1964 - 2013

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Mark was the kindest, most talented person I ever knew. He welcomed me into his home in Dominica, West Indies and we shared so many adventures together in the Peace Corps. I love you, Mark. Rest In Peace.

Sincere condolences from RPCV c.King and EC62. You were so wonderful and happy and such a bright light for us. The world was better for knowing you. RIP.

Rest in Peace Hero! You are loved and will be missed!

Missing you Mark...

Your generosity, kindness, openness and creativity are missed! You made quite an impression on all who knew you.

I remember the first time I met Mark. I was with my dear friend Michelle and Mark opened up his home and made me feel very welcome, like we had known each other. Memories of dancing is what I think when I think of Mark. Life is eternal. Glad to have connected in this lifetime.

With my sister at one of my birthday parties

Thinking of you especially as we have missed you for a year now. I could not have asked for a better friend and still feel your presence in our lives. Much love to the family, Michelle

I will always remember you as a kind, warm, and generous man.

Friendship for 22 years, two pianos, Davies Symphony Hall, Legion of Honor, loaning me your CRX while you were in Peace Corps, steel drums at the Santa Cruz luau, North Beach, taking care of Gabe, the list goes on and on... One of the most exceptional human beings I have ever known. You are missed.

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Mark C ChanApr 6, 1964 - Jan 5, 2013Resident of San PabloMark C Chan was born in San Francisco and grew up in the Richmond District. He attended public schools and graduated from Stanford Paramedic School, working 12 years as a Paramedic in Oakland. He served in the Peace Corp from 1995 to 1997...

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