In Celebration of

Narendra Patel

October 11, 1953 -  May 17, 2020

In Loving Memory of Narendra Manubhai Patel.
Passed away peacefully on Sunday May 17, 2020 at the age of 66. Beloved Husband of Daksha for 40 years. Loving Father of Swetal (Ravi), Dipal (Monisha). Proud Grandfather of Serena, Sophia and Ishaan.
Thank you to Dr. Stiell Andrew and Nurses at the Ottawa Civic Hospital.
For those who wish Memorial Donations in Lieu of Flowers, can be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation.


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Kristy Taylor (Coworker)

Entered May 22, 2020 from Kanata

Narendra, your sense of humour, your kind and gentle ways and your fierce badminton skills will be remembered always. My sincere condolences to the family for your loss. Narendra always spoke of his family with such love in his eyes. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.. Rest peacefully Narendra.

Dhaval Shah and family 

Entered May 22, 2020 from Ottawa

A mentor , a guide and a friend ! Mama , you were an inspiration to me, my family and many others . The selfless help, guidance and acts of kindness you have provided over the years to us are memories we will treasure for ever ! Rest in eternal peace Mama ! Our condolences to Daksha foi, Baa, Swetal, Dipal and the entire Patel family ! You all are in our thoughts and prayers !

Jai Shri Krishna

Pappa, Dhaval, Shital and Krish

Pravin and Madhuri Ruparelia family (Friends)

Entered May 22, 2020 from Ottawa

Our heartfelt condolences and deepest sympathy to both Patel and Bhatt families and friends on the sad demise of our beloved Narendrabhai.Our prayers are with you all and may God rest his soul in eaternal peace and give strength and courage to all to bear this big loss in the family
Om Shanti Shanti Shantihi.
Our Jai Shree Krishana.

Gaurang Naik (Friend, Colleague, Saagrid)

Entered May 22, 2020 from Indianapolis, IN

For anyone who doesn’t know me, I am Gaurang Naik. I am friend, previous co-worker and was right hand saagrid for ‘Narendrabhai Patel’ at his work place. He was my dear friend’s uncle, and so I called him ‘Mama’ as well. I liked calling him Mama, and felt like, it created a bonding between us.

Mama was a great man. His hard work, caring nature, and love for life are some of the many traits that characterized this amazing and loving person. Mama’s sense of humor was exceptional, that would for sure put a smile on anybody’s face. He himself was always smiling and a charming personality.

Mama was not only funny; he was exceptionally bright. He was brilliant with numbers, several times he helped me with my taxes. He would never leave a chance where he could help somebody, as he himself battled and won many challenges in his life. He was a true warrior of life, and that spirit was clearly seen in his game of Cricket. He was an ardent fan and lover of the Cricket. He was amazing bowler. I witnessed that first hand as I accompanied him for Cricket matches and practice sessions after work. All team players loved him and respected him a lot.

Mama gave me my first job, and to date I am so thankful to him. I learnt a lot from Mama on accounting that I find it useful in whatever I do. He was very patient with me, and would always support me with any issues. I still feel lucky to have Mama as my mentor.

Mama was a true family man. He loved, cared, supported and did everything possible for his family. He would always be forthcoming for any help needed. His humble personality made him popular and loved with his friends as well.

For many years, I have moved away but his memories are still fresh and thriving. I am really thankful to everything he has done to help me and everybody he knew.

I love you Mama and will miss you dearly for the rest of my life.

Om Shanti!

Dhiresh & Sheila Pujara (A very Dear Friend)

Entered May 22, 2020 from Ottawa,On.

Dakshaben, we really going to miss Narendrabhai. We admired him as an intelligent, kindhearted man, and we are so sorry for your loss. We can’t imagine what you’re going through right now and we keeping you in our thoughts.
Sending hugs and prayers your way, and please know that We will miss him, too.
Narendrabhai, led a remarkable life — We never heard anyone say a bad word about him. We lucky that We got to know him, and We will miss him. Om Shanti
Jai Shree Krishana


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