In loving memory of

Jose Chow
July 14, 1942 - July 18, 2021

Jose Chow was born on July 14, 1942 to Wah-Hing Chow and Adilia Bendless Chow in Bilwas, Karma, Nicaragua. Jose had four children before he met and married Maria in 1970; Ana, Luis, Orlando and Guillermo. He and Maria brought their children, Darda, Wah-Hing, Jose, Sheila to Texas, and then had Ali. The family has remained in the Dallas area since.

Jose worked hard to support his family. Jose and his wife instilled great values in all of their children. Respect, working hard, love and forgiveness, and most of all the Word of God. All of his children are believers of God and he has encouraged them to follow Him, no matter what, with all of their hearts.

Jose Chow impacted so many lives, and there are so many stories that we could write a book! He was funny, had such a personality, was loving in nature and shared with everyone he met. He loved his family.

On July 18, 2021, surrounded by his family, Jose left this Earth. He was greeted in Heaven by his parents, Wah-Hing and Adilia Chow; his beloved and belated wife, Maria Chow; his brothers, Ali and Frank Chow. We know you are catching them up with your stories and reminiscing with them.

His life, his legacy will continue to be remembered and celebrated by his children: Ana, Luis, Orlando and Guillermo; Darda Chow (Alex); Wah-Hing Chow; Jose Chow; Sheila Chow; Ali Chow (Kristine); his beautiful grandchildren, Yajaira, Isaiah, and Alexandra Chow; great-grandchildren; his sisters, many nieces, nephews, cousins, close friends and those who had the privilege of getting to talk to him. He will be dearly missed by his church family, too.

Jose, thank you for leaving us great memories that will last us a lifetime and you will never be forgotten. We wish we could share them all and hear them in your voice with your character and laugh together again. For now, we will have to wait until we meet again in Heaven.

Dad, you will never be forgotten and you will live through each of us, your children, every day! Until we can all reunite together as a family in Heaven, we miss you, we love you.


Lydia wrote on Jul 20, 2021:

"Thank you for your kindness and sharing your family with me, Mr. Chow. Rest In Peace."