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Sunday, December 19, 2021

波士頓僑領陳毓璇葬禮哀榮備至

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This past Saturday, the Post said goodbye to one of our Post members, Bill Chin. Bill was a Korean War era veteran. He was drafted by the Boston draft board into the Army at the time of the cease fire on September 8, 1953 and was sent to basic training at Fort Dix, New Jersey. It was in Fort Dix that Bill befriended William Bulger, former state Senate president and former president of the University of Massachusetts. After basic training, he was sent to Army Intelligence School and afterwards was sent overseas, assigned to the United Nations Command Military Assistance Corps (UNCMAC)  and served as a translator for a year and a half of duty. On August 6, 1955, he was honorably discharged with the rank of Corporal. 

In 1984, Bill join the American Legion Chinatown Post 328 and became a life member in 1994. In the Chinatown community and around Boston, Bill was called "Uncle Billy". A restauranteur of the famed China Pearl restaurant and many other food establishments, he was also a very influential and active member of the community, who had helped hundreds of businesses and organizations grow in the area and supported many charitable organizations.

We salute you and we thank you for your service to our  Nation and our Chinatown community!













 

敬悼一代宗師懷念比利陳毓璇元老

 

比利叔叔享自由

保家衛國越千秋

老中青幼爭福利

東西社會一體求

 

事業有成助宗親

我為人人願出頭

民主參選要突破

華珍磋商去籌謀

 

廣教師生育新民

頤養天年非馬牛

公所中華又長

七人小組喜與憂

 

各色人種海陸空

無分貴賤交朋友

五湖四海百花放

靜氣平心共飄浮

 

音報訊翻譯傳

打開關係有料收

幽默風趣多詭計

口若懸河把月偷



元老英名垂宇宙

陳詩舊夢大江流

毓璇談笑真善美

感恩安息上層樓

 

舜裔篤親宗弟陳建立銘記

20211218

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