Chevron Corporation, Wells Fargo Bank, Raychem Corporation, and Air Touch Corporation.
Although he was deeply involved in many fields and activities, Chang-Lin was devoted to his family and friends. He is survived by his wife, Di Hwa, of Hillsborough, California; son Norman, and his wife, of Cleveland, Ohio; two daughters—Phyllis, of Hillsborough, California, and her husband, and Christine, of Stockton, California, and her husband. He was extremely proud of his six grandchildren. Chang-Lin’s untimely death was a great loss to his family, his friends, his colleagues, and the nation.
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