Joey Chang was the father of Grace Chang Driver.
Chang and his wife immigrated to the United States from China and wound up in Des Moines, Iowa. He lived in the same apartment building as Cincinnatus Driver and his family. He made an affable neighbor for the Drivers, who bought beer which he brewed in his home from him. However, when his daughter Grace became romantically involved with Achilles Driver, he was furious at the idea of her becoming involved with a black man and forbade her to marry him. She defied his wishes, a breach of traditional Confucian morality. Chang found that he was unable to forgive his daughter and all but disowned her. He had very little contact with Grace, Achilles, or their children. He maintained a cordial if chilly relationship with Cincinnatus, who continued to buy Chang's beer.
Mrs. Chang was a Chinese-American immigrant. She was the wife of Joey Chang and the mother of Grace Chang Driver. She was a traditional Confucian woman, meaning that, when her husband decided to break off contact with their only child for marrying Achilles Driver against his wishes, she went along with him. She was ashamed to have raised such a rebellious daughter.
See: Achilles Driver
See: Amanda Driver
See: Cincinnatus Driver
See: Elizabeth Driver
Grace Chang DriverEdit
See: Grace Chang Driver
See: Karen Driver
See: Livia Driver
See: Seneca Driver
Second Driver GrandchildEdit
(The Victorious Opposition through IatD)
Cincinnatus and Elizabeth Driver had two grandchildren, both of them through Achilles and Grace Driver. The elder was Karen Driver. Like Karen, the second Driver grandchild (b. 1940) was fully embraced by the Drivers, much more tepidly so by the Changs.
The name and gender of this younger grandchild are unrevealed.