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Anand Mohan Agarwala
June 12, 1951 - October 22, 2019
Loving Husband, Father, & Grandfather
Service Date: October 23, 2019
In Lieu of Flowers: Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation (ekal.org)
Obituaries » Anand Mohan Agarwala
June 12, 1951 – October 22, 2019
On Tuesday, October 22, 2019, Shri Anand Agarwala, loving husband and father of 3 children passed away peacefully. He was a beloved father and nana and a very caring and devoted son, husband and brother. We were blessed and fortunate to have him in our lives and admire him for everything he stood for. He was truly the pillar of our family and we will deeply miss him. He was honest, authentic and was fearless and calm in the face of any adversity or challenge as evident during this past month of hospitalization. He is survived by his wife Poonam, daughter Jyoti and son-in-law Sachin, daughter Shruti and son-in-law Ranojoy, son Aditya and daughter-in-law Anupriya and three grandchildren, Shaunak, Jiya and Keya.
There will be a prayer service and viewing for him tomorrow, October 23, 2019, from 11 AM – 1 PM at the Somerset Hills Memorial Park, located at 95 Mt. Airy Road, Basking Ridge, New Jersey, followed by the cremation ceremony.
The family welcomes all well-wishers to join them at this time.
He was very committed to the cause of Ekal Vidyalaya to further the mission of bringing education and health care services to the most remote and rural parts of India. The family humbly requests that in lieu of sending flowers or gifts, anyone wishing to do so make donations to the Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation (ekal.org) in his memory.