Tak Chan, age 59, a resident of Nashua, passed away unexpectedly on May 4, 2020, at Lowell General Hospital. He was the loving husband of Wai Ngan Chan (Emily), with whom he was married for 37 years.
Born in Hong Kong on June 13, 1960 he was the son of Lai Sui Lam and Muk Chin Chan.
He grew up in Hong Kong and immigrated to the United States in 1985 where he worked in the restaurant business while teaching himself how to repair automobiles in the evenings; allowing him to change his career to auto repair.
Tak was the owner of TK Auto LLC, an auto repair shop, and specialized in transmissions where he mostly served the greater Lowell community. He was a very skilled craftsman and enjoyed working in a number of trades (auto repair, construction, carpentry, landscaping, electrical and plumbing).
He enjoyed time with his family, especially his grandchild, cooking, traveling with his wife and playing with his dog Peanut.
Surviving him is his loving wife Emily, daughter Cheryl and her husband Steven Doscher and his grandchild Chloe, son Calvin and his wife Xiying Zhang, his mother, four brothers and two sisters in Hong Kong.
Tak’s family will receive family and friends on Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6 p.m. at the TYNGSBOROUGH FUNERAL HOME, 4 Cassaway Dr., Tyngsborough. Due to current Federal guidelines for public gatherings, there can only be ten people in the Funeral Home at one time. We ask in advance for your patience, should you have to wait outside for a few moments. Burial will take place privately in Edgewood Cemetery, Nashua. For directions or online condolences, please visit, www.tyngsboroughfuneralhome.com.
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