Wyman Chew

includes the following Bay Area newspapers: The Ar, California

1931 - 2014

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We are so sorry to hear of Wyman's passing. He was a good friend and we looked forward to seeing him at the Warriors games. We know that he is cheering the Warriors from heaven.
Our prayers and thoughts are with the family. Steven, Jacqueline Chow & Family

We are so sorry to learn of Wyman's death. May prayers and thoughts help support Family through this most difficult time. He will be missed.

Uncle Wyman, I'm sure you and my dad are bowling and cracking jokes in Heaven right now! My condolences to Auntie Frances and the rest of the family.

R.I.P. buddy. You touched many people in your life and will be missed by all.
Fred & Mary Cochran

My sincere sympathy to the family for the loss of your dear loved one. May you find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2. Again my deepest sympathy.

Wyman was a faithful member of New Life and to our Senior Bible Study class. We will miss his enjoyment of learning new things! Pastor Katie

We rejoice that Wyman is in Heaven, but boy do we miss him dearly. All those Warriors games and his smiling face at church every Sunday! May God bless and keep you, Wyman. Our prayers and love to Frances, Ruth, Alma and all the family. xxxooo Katharine/Augie/Alex/Elizabeth/Katharine Sr.

Gonna miss you. Even though I haven't seen you for awhile, I will always remember how funny you were and how nice you were to me...RIP Wyman lov ya

We will miss Wyman at the family celebrations in Napa with Bert and Bill Chew's family. Oly and Carole Quan


Wyman's Obituary

Wyman Chew1931 - 2014Former Resident, AlamedaPassed away on March 25, 2014 in Redwood City at age 82. Beloved husband to Frances. Loving father to sons Alan of San Francisco, Douglas (Nina) of Mountain House and daughter Debra (Albert) Chew Romero of Santa Barbara. Grandfather to Leigha,...

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