SPA UK Sandesh 2017 - Page 90

cphcfu îÙp„S>rg ± c|c®h: õh: ss¹$ krhsyh®f¡Îe„, cNp£ v$¡hõe ^udrl r^ep¡ ep¡ “: âQp¡v$eps —&& (Late) Paragji Lallubhai Mistry õh. ‘fpNÆ gpëgycpB rd”u 31.07.1921 Khari Vadoli, India 01.12.2016 Hall Green, Birmingham, UK S>Þd: sp. 31-07-1921 Mpfu hX$p¡gu, cpfs. õhN®hpk: sp. 01-12-2016 lp¡g N°u“, brd¯Nlpd, ey.L¡$. We remember our Bapuji as a courageous, loving, and a generous man who led a disciplined life guided by principles of Truth and Justice. He was a fiercely independent man right till the end as he battled with the effects of dementia and poor vision in the last couple of years. He had overcome many adversities in his life from an early age when he lost his own father in 1940 and, at a tender age of 20, embarked on a voyage to East Africa (Mombasa and then Nairobi) in the middle of second world war, in 1941. He was very kind hearted and forever, in a giving role, contributing to his family and the Prajapati Samaj in three continents! After his first 20 years in India, he spent 26 years in East Africa, then another 27 years in India before coming for good to England in 1995. Our Ba Jamunaben passed in 1998, so his last years were without her physical presence, but in many ways, she was always there. We express our gratitude for his long, fruitful and enriching life and his generosity, loving kindness and compassion. May his soul’s onward journey be blissful. ± ip„rs: ip„rs: ip„rs: Om Shantih Shantih Shantih (Late) Jamunaben Paragji Mistry (Wife) Ramanlal Paragji Mistry Kantaben R Mistry Savitaben M Lad Maganlal A Lad Dr Thakorbhai Paragji Mistry Betina Cornelsen Mistry gu Vinodbhai C Mistry Urmilaben V Mistry Vasantbhai Paragji Mistry Nora Schramm Mistry Vimlaben S Mistry Shailesh A Mistry Grandchildren: Rohit, Jaime, Neeta, Hitesh, Varsha, Jayesh,Bhavini, Dharmini, Marius, Isabella, Rupal and Nikesh Jai Shri Krishna Saranam, 36, Lickey Square, Lickey B45 8HB 88 kv¹$Ns“p ‘yÎep’£ âÅ‘rs k„v$¡i“¡ ‘p¦X$ 251.00 “y„ v$p“ Ap‘hpdp„ Apìey„ R>¡, Apcpf