Veteran Muni driver killed by waves in Marin
Photo by Tito Perez
Jimmy Chiu drove for Muni for more than 30 years. Last weekend, Chiu, who loved to fish, was swept away and killed by a “sneaker wave” on the Marin coast.
KTVU has the story.
Fishing didn’t always bring joy. When the 61-year old Chiu was 8-years old, living in Communist China, he used to fish to put food on the table for his family.
“He swore he would never fish again,” said the younger Chiu. Years later, Chiu was looking forward to fishing in his retirement.
“That’s what he loved to do,” his son explained.
Chiu was getting ready to retire after 31-years as a Muni driver on the 38-Geary line.
“His coworkers deeply miss him for his smile and just his disposition,” said Muni supervisor, Ayn Antonio. “He had a very level headed disposition.”
Read the whole story at KTVU. We offer our condolences to Chiu’s family.
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