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It is with a broken heart that I announce the death of my dear husband, Indraj, on Sunday, July 3, 2022, at Bethesda Regional Health Centre, Steinbach, MB.
However, I rejoice that he was lifted into the eternal joys of Heaven, leaving all his pain behind.
Cremation has taken place.
I want to thank all family and friends who prayed for him.
Donations in memory of Indraj may be made to CancerCare Manitoba or Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba.

Arrangements by
Birchwood Funeral Chapel
1-204-346-1030 or 1-888-454-1030

Make a donation to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 09, 2022

Condolences & Memories (7 entries)

  • When I read the passing of Indi, I could not believe it. He was always so full of life. I am proud to have worked with him. He never had a harsh word to say about anybody. He brought joy to the workplace. He was fun to have around. Rest in peace old friend. - Posted by: Al Beauregard (Friend) on: Jul 12, 2022

  • Tina, my deepest sympathies with the passing of Indraj. I could not have asked for better neighbors on Sandown Point. Indraj always had a wave, a smile, and stories to share. Cherish his memories. - Posted by: Shirley Popiel (Neighbor ) on: Jul 11, 2022

  • Indy you were a good friend. We had lots of laughs together. Will miss you. Since retirement and moving out of town those phone calls we had always meant so much. Rest In Peace. My condolences to the family - Posted by: Tony (Friend and coworker) on: Jul 10, 2022

  • I have know this remarkable, caring man for several years. He was thoughtful and humble reaching out with that smile when he greeted me with "Hey Mike How you doing?" He was interested in others and minimized his physical discomforts with a dismissive "Ah holding on! When we got together Indraj was always aware of how others were doing and trying to ensure everyone was comfortable. Indraj, or Indio as I liked to call him, loved cooking and gardening. We did not connect often after he moved out of the city but when we did we could be on the phone for a long time talking about our hobby of growing hot peppers. I and the guys he hung out with will miss this simple soul and his humble, unassuming personality. May he rest in peace. Until we meet again. Tina may your find comfort in the memories you created with him and knowing that his physical discomforts, as you said, are no more. - Posted by: Michael Antonio (Friend) on: Jul 10, 2022

  • Tina I am so sorry to hear about Indy. I had been thinking for a while to come visit but never fulfilled the desire. My thought are with you tonight as I just read about the obituary. May Indy rest in peace he was a woderful human being. Cecile Leblanc - Posted by: Cecile Leblanc (Co worker ‚ĶFriend) on: Jul 10, 2022

  • I am deeply saddened by the passing of my uncle. He had such a supportive and understanding nature. I will miss our many long chats about politics, current events, economics and West Indian cuisine. I will miss our jokes and his wonderful sense of humour. He will be greatly missed. Love Hearon - Posted by: Hearon (niece) on: Jul 09, 2022

  • I met Indy April 1, 1997 and within an hour, it was like we were best of friends. He was a fun guy to be around. He enjoyed life. I'm in shock right now, as I cant just pick up the phone and talk to him. Indy, thank you for being such a dear friend. For all the laughs we had. For all the memories we shared. I will miss you so much. - Posted by: Rob Lipps (Friend) on: Jul 09, 2022

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