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JAGDEEP SINGH BAWA (JACK)

Date of Passing: Oct 21, 2020

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JAGDEEP SINGH BAWA

Our father, Jagdeep Singh Bawa, passed away on October 21, 2020, in his home.
He is greatly missed by his daughters, Sumita and Savita, his son Ian, his sons-in-law, Scott and Ivan, and his five beautiful grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Pritam Bawa, who passed away in 2007 after 36 years of marriage. Jagdeep was born in New Delhi, India, and was one of the youngest of five siblings.
Jagdeep, known as 'Jack' to his friends, made the solo journey to Canada in the early 1970s. Jagdeep spent his first years in Canada building a life for himself in order to bring his wife and daughter to their new home in Winnipeg, Manitoba. After the arrival of two more children, a daughter and son, Jagdeep eventually began a successful career with Canada Post. After 30 years, Jagdeep retired and spent the remainder of his years with his children and grandchildren.
Jagdeep was a lover of music, history, movies, sports, gardening, learning new languages, cooking, and trying new foods. He was an amazing tabla player and continued to play into his later years. In the last decade he found a new talent, acting in films, which he thoroughly enjoyed as he got to work along side his son. Jagdeep's greatest treasures were his children and grandchildren, who he lived for and proudly spoke of often. He was a kind and strong man, who loved to laugh, talk, and learn. We miss him.
"If you miss the train I'm on, you will know that I am gone. I love you." - Sumita.


"Dad, I know you quietly guided and loved me my whole life, thank you. I love you and miss you so much." - Savita


"Ever since Mom passed away, you became my best friend, my confidant, and my source of drive and inspiration. I owe you everything I have. I love you and miss you so much it hurts." - Ian

Due to provincial restrictions, there will be an online ceremony on Thursday, October 29, 2020, with Thomson "In the Park" Funeral Home. Those interested in attending, please contact immediate family for a link to the service.
We request, in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Diabetes Canada.

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Oct 29, 2020

Condolences & Memories (8 entries)

  • Dear Ian: Met your Dad, Jack, on occasions, at sister, Jacquie's. He was such a lovely & interesting person with a very caring nature. We really did enjoy him. Heartfelt condolences to you & all the family. "Passing leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal." - Posted by: Denise & Lars (Friends) on: Oct 31, 2020

  • Dear Sumita, Savita and Ian: We are extremely shocked and heartbroken to hear the sad and untimely passing away of your Dad, Jagdeep, (in the family dearly known as “Kukku”). He and me used to walk to middle school together back home. I remember him a funny and talented person. May the Lord grant him peace, and give strength to all the families left behind to endure this unbearable loss. Gurupdesh (first cousin) /Manjit Bedi. - Posted by: Gurupdesh Bedi (First cousin) on: Oct 31, 2020

  • To: Sumita, Savita and Ian: I am extremely sorry and sad to know untimely passing away of your Dad, Jagdeep, (known lovingly in the family as ”KUKKU”) recently. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. May the Lord grant him peace and strength to the family left behind to endure this unbearable loss. Manjit/Gurupdesh. - Posted by: Gurupdesh Bedi (First cousin ) on: Oct 31, 2020

  • Grew up with Pretam, his wife. Have very fond childhood memories - Posted by: Harminder Soni (Brother In law) on: Oct 31, 2020

  • Sending heartfelt condolences to Jack's entire family. I worked with Jack at Canada Post in the 80's and he was such a kind and considerate co-worker. When I was pregnant with my first child, he always made sure to save a stool for me at my sorting station, and I would like to say "Thanks Jack" one last time. - Posted by: Lori Friesen (Co-Worker At CPC) on: Oct 29, 2020

  • I have my sweet memories of my childhood having spend imemorable time with my cousin in Delhi India when we lived together in a joint family . I remember him as Kuku Bhapa. We all used to enjoy and dance while he played on any virtual drums. Even he paid us a visit in Jammu where I am residing after Marriage. He had come to Jammu along with his family to meet his in laws. May Waheguru Ji grant peace to his noble soul !! Our heartfelt condolences to Sunita, Savita ,Ian and family and to whole Bawa family .He will live for ever in our hearts as our dear elder brother in Canada. WaheGuru WaheGuru WaheGuru !!! Surinder and Jagjeet Singh. Jammu , India. - Posted by: Surinder (Baby) Bawa. ( Frist cousin.) on: Oct 29, 2020

  • Dear Savita, Ivan and Family, I’m so sorry for the loss of your Father. I’m sending my deepest condolences to you all. I remember when you introduced me to your Dad, at your social. He was so happy to meet your friends and to be celebrating you and Ivan. I recall him dancing the night away! Even though he is no longer by your side, he will be forever in your heart. Take care, I care, - Posted by: Kimberlee Zelensky (Friend ) on: Oct 29, 2020

  • When I met Jagdeep uncle, in our 2 hrs. long interaction I felt as if you were my own family. Your words of wisdom and sense of humor made me understand life at a deeper level. I had an instant connection with you, I am sure it was like that for so many people who must've just connected with you. You have raised your son, my friend Ian really well. I know that you are proud of his life and his achievements. Now that you are in a better place, we all will miss you till we meet again. - Posted by: Mandeep Sodhi (Family friend) on: Oct 29, 2020

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