- July 14, 1919 - June 6, 2011
- Lincoln, Massachusetts
of Jeffrey's Passing
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Memories & Candles
Mrs. Bambi Rae is a legacy left behind by the Late Jeffrey Chuan Chu. Never had the opportunity to meet the Late Chuan but my encounter with the Raes, particularly Bambi in Naples where I was studying Development Economics (1985-86 & 188-89) bears testimony that he has indeed left a legacy of christian love and brotherhood colour or creed not withstanding!!!
Posted by: Bennett Yaw Quist-Awumee - Accra, MD - A friend of the Raes - Naples Sep 02, 2011
In Memory of Jeffrey Chuan Chu
By Jin Wei
on behalf of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, and
Shanghai Jiao Tong University Foundation of America
July 16, 2011
Four score and twelve years ago, his parents brought forth upon this planet a new life -- Jeffrey Chuan Chu, born in China, but dedicated to the world progress.
Now, we get together here to celebrate the memorable life of Jeffrey Chuan Chu.
In 1940, Chuan came to the US to complete his education. Later on, he became a core
Posted by: Jin Wei - Friend Jul 17, 2011
We are very proud of Jeffrey Chuan Chu's many contributions to science and humanity including his efforts to foster cooperation between China and America.
He will be in our thoughts and prayers forever.
Tianjin Yao Hua School, China
Posted by: Yan Ping Xu Jul 16, 2011
Memories of our Father
Parents are the backbones of our biographies. As I was growing up, I knew that Father was one of the most important influences on my life. He seemed to me a tower of strength, whose careful hands shaped much of what I would become. .And I'm sure my sisters, Bambi and Dashi, would agree that along with those personal qualities that we each bring with us, the ones that your parents impress on you significantly determine
Posted by: Memories of our Father Jul 12, 2011
We are of an age and were blessed by common friends.
My sincere condolances to the family and us all for our loss.
Posted by: John Heibel - Santa Cruz, CA Jun 21, 2011
Hi , my condolences to the family of this great scientist.
Posted by: Mario de Sá Vera - Moutain View, CA Jun 17, 2011
I have written emails to you via Chuan's email address, so you may not have received them. I am so sorry about Chuan's passing. He was so stoic to bear the dialysis for so long. It is good that he no longer suffers.
He was always like a big brother to me. When I was studying at Bryn Mawr, and David visited me there, Chuan would loan us a car to use. One evening, it began to
Posted by: Anna Pai - Davidson, NC - Distant Cousin Jun 12, 2011
Dear Mrs. Chu,
It was such a pleasure getting to know Mr. Chu and you. I will always treasure our time together and our trips around Greater Boston. Mr. Chu was a very proud yet humble man who always had a smile for me despite his pain and tribulation going through dialysis.
He was a man of great accomplishment during his lifetime, giving more to the world than most could only imagine. He was a man of peace and dignity. May God
Posted by: Tom O'Leary - Weston, MA - Transportation Service Provider Jun 11, 2011
Dear Loretta and Family,
We shared several trips with Chuan and Loretta: Tauck's Germany and Tauck's Spain. Our trips were much enriched because of their presence!
He was a quiet, gentle, thoughtful, and articulate man. He was modest about his accomplishments, and it was only after getting to know him a bit better, that we understood the work he was doing in China. We had great admiration for him, and we extend our sympathies to the family.
David and Ann Jensen
Posted by: Ann Jensen - San Leandro, CA - Friend Jun 09, 2011