"Colin was a talented and respected Programmer for Meditech for more than 30 years, and was an active fisherman, sports fanatic and member of the Chinatown Hurricanes.
Loving son of I-Kuan Chinsen and Sun Yiep (Chan) Chinsen of Newton. Devoted husband of more than 19 years to Jenny (Yung) Chinsen, and cherished father of their children, Olivia and Andrew, all of Canton. Dear brother of Pearl Chan and her husband William Chan of Boston, Tsuilian Chinsen of Framingham, Linda Louie and her husband John Louie of Brookline, and Susan Chinsen and her husband Samson Lee of Quincy. Also survived by 14 nieces and nephews, 1 great nephew and a large circle of extended family including 3 sisters-in-law and 3 brothers-in-law, and many good friends."
-Legacy Obituaries December 4, 2018
"Walter Thom, a rising senior and dedicated member of the Boston Latin School volleyball team, passed away from lung cancer this past August, leaving behind younger sister Serena Thom and many devoted and loving friends...[he] participated in the Boston Hurricanes, a Chinese-American volleyball and athletics club. Although he was unable to play that summer, he always asked for updates on how the team did at tournaments and even came out to the annual August Moon Tournament in Chinatown to support his fellow teammates and friends; a testament to his loyalty and commitment to the club. At the most recent August Moon Tournament, a few days after he passed away, all the Hurricanes members wore black ribbons on their uniforms as a tribute to Walter...A loving older brother, talented volleyball player and true friend, Walter will be missed dearly by everyone that he has touched."
-Rest in Peace, Walter BLS Argo September 2016
Our organization is deeply honored to be chosen by Walter and the Thom family for donations in his memory. Each donations will go toward a scholarship in Walter's name, awarded to a deserving high school student and volleyball player who emulates the wonderful traits that Walter brought into this world.