we long for you.
Be our strength every morning,
our salvation in time of distress. Isaiah 33:2
I still can't find the right words to tell you all about Anderson. I guess I'm looking for words to do the impossible... to bring him back to life...but on paper. I guess it's not totally impossible. I just can't find the words right now. I decided to write a eulogy instead... for now. This is my first one ever and it's mostly facts. Hope it's OK.
Anderson Chen was born on June 27, 1981 to Kenbow and Suely Chen in
As a child, he had fond memories of swimming competitively at the Hilltop Sheraton (now Pacific Palms) and playing little league at the field adjacent to his elementary school. He also continued playing baseball in high school for a year. Although his baseball career ended in high school, he continued to play in intramural softball leagues in college and was a loyal Dodger fan.
His battle with brain cancer began in
We look forward to seeing you again in heaven, Anderson Yi Kwan Chen. (end of eulogy)
I miss you, husband. Can't wait to see you again.