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Harry Bing Chin  

Harry Bing Chin

May 5, 1913 – October 4, 2015

Harry Bing Chin, of Newark, DE, in the loving embrace of Jesus, joined his beloved wife, Lillian, daughter, Louise, and son, Harry Jr. on Sunday, October 4, 2015. He was also preceded in death by his parents, Kam Mei Moy and Poy Chin, his sisters, Rose (Ted Eng) and Mary (Jack Moy), his brother Henry and sister-in-law, Susie Chin.

Harry will be deeply missed by his brother, George, brother-in-law, Harry (Linda) Leung, sister-in-law, Margaret (Jan) Louie, daughter-in-law, Susan (Harry), daughter, Fay (Kevin) Connors, grandchildren, Drew Marmo, Dana Roark, Melissa (Steve) Chin, Nicholas (Ivy) Tseng, Harry (Bernedette) Tseng, Karleia (Ross) Connors, Neeka (Brandon) Barnes, Kevin Connors, Jr., Christopher Connors and great grandchildren, Nick Loder, Cory Devonshire, Caterina Devonshire, Hunter Roark, Ethan Tseng, Charlette Tseng, Nolan Barnes and many loving nieces and nephews.

Harry met Lillian on the rooftop of her apartment building in Chinatown. NY (shades of West Side Story.) They were married in 1939 and celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary last December. The longest they were ever apart was from the time of Lillian’s passing in June, 2015 to the day that Harry joined her this past Sunday.

Living the American dream, they moved to Wilmington, DE in 1954 and opened a Chinese Laundry at 4th & Union Streets. Later they opened a second location on Kirkwood Highway.

In 1975, they retired to Octoraro Lakes, MD. Later, in 1999, they returned to Newark, DE.
Harry didn’t say much. He let his life of integrity, honesty, hard work and love of family speak for itself and was truly a gentle man.

A memorial service to honor the lives of Harry and Lillian will be held at 10:30 am on Saturday morning, October 10, 2015 in the chapel of All Saints Cemetery, 6001 Kirkwood Highway, Wilmington, DE.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity or consider making a donation to one of Harry and Lillian’s favorite charities which included the local police and fire departments, as well as the armed forces.

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  1. Joseph F Brank, October 8, 2015

    Fay Connors,
    May I express my deepest sympathy to you and your family,

    Joseph F Brank

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  2. George,Pamela and Gordon Chin, October 9, 2015

    Bing was such kind ,gentle man.Great
    Love for his family.Always remember
    times spent with his grandchildren and
    times spent at Octoraro Lake.Will greatly
    miss Bing and Lillian!

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  3. Debbie ( Benson) Balbach, October 10, 2015

    My prayers go out to all of Mr. Chin’s family. I worked for him 40 years ago. He and his wife treated so wonderfully. They were wonderful people. They will be missed.

    Reply
  4. Pamela Badson White, October 13, 2015

    Please accept my condolences on the losses of your family members. I went to school with Barbara and Harry. Sympathy and prayers to family and friends.

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  5. Jess, January 30, 2016

    亲爱的家庭,

    我想给你衷心表示慰问.你最近痛失亲友,感到非常失落,正在努力让心情平复下来.复活希望能使你心里平静,给你力量,这些都是不认识真理的人所欠缺的.目睹挚爱的亲友从死里复活,的确会令人欣喜若狂。耶稣说:“时候要到,所有在纪念墓里的人都要听见他的声音,就出来。”上帝要擦去他们的所有眼泪,不再有死亡.(读出约翰福音5:28,29;启示录21:3-5)我用几个圣经鼓励和安慰你。关于这个题目,你希望知道得更多吗?耶和华见证人很乐意帮助你.请登入www.jw.org这个网站查阅

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