HENRY TAI HOON CHANG 94, born and raised in Palama with his parents and 11 siblings, passed away peacefully on October 16, 2015 in Honolulu. A graduate from McKinley High School and Honolulu Vocational School he worked at Pearl Harbor's electrician apprentice program, then enlisted in the Army and was stationed in Europe. After his discharge he worked and retired from both Public Works Center and Hawaiian Telephone Co. as a draftsman. He was also a member of Sam Heong, Oo Syak, and Chang Societies. He is survived by wife Eunice Y.C. (Wong), sons Hubert K.H. (Carolyn Fong), Kelfred K.C. (Hwee Luan Abigail Yap), Gifford K.F.(Regina Yun Hee Kim), daughter Amelia (Herbert) Watanabe, and grandchildren, Bryston, Winston, Carlston, Zoe, Kassandra, Kingston, and Preston. Brothers George T.H., William T.K., sisters Daisy Lum-Akana, Nancy Lee, and Mary Kano. Preceded in death by brothers Kenneth, Edward, sisters Dorothy Lum, Marian Aki, Laura Tomas, and Florence Lum. Friday, Oct. 30 visitation 8:30 am, services 10 am at Nuuanu Mortuary. Committal service 11:30 am at Punchbowl of the Pacific.
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased