Sukhmohinder Singh Bajwa
On a clear blue warm Alberta winter afternoon (Sunday December 6, 2015) Sukhmohinder Singh Bajwa passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family. He is greatly missed by his wife of 50 years, Amarjeet, daughter Goldie, sons Raman and Raja (Christina) and grandchildren Anna, Rohith, and Talin.
His passing is also mourned by his surviving sister Rajwant (Rabinder Sara), brother Ajit Singh (Joginder), nieces in Edmonton (Bavie, Preet, Judy, Nikky) as well as numerous nieces, nephews great nieces, great nephews, and friends across the world.
He was predeceased by his mother Bal Kaur and father Kartar Singh, as well as his sisters Surjit and Gurbachan and brother Garb Singh.
There will a service celebrating Sukhmohinder’s life on December 11, 2015 at 1:00 pm at Trinity Funeral Home (10530-116 Street NW) as well as a Bhog ceremony (short prayer service) occurring at Singh Sabha Gurdwara (4504 Millwoods Road South) on Saturday December 12, 2015 at 3:00 pm.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to either the Heart & Stroke Foundation or UNHCR's relief efforts for Syrian refugees.
Raja, Christina, Anna, Ro and Talin. We are so sorry for your loss. Know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Cherish your memories. Hugs, Joan and Tamara
Our deepest sympathies for your loss. May your memories bring you solace and peace.
Lisa De Nato
Sophia Steele De Nato
Dear Goldie & Family:
As time passes, gradually we move toward the day when the comfort of our memories is greater than the sorrow of our loss. May the cherished memories of your father give you strength in the days ahead.
Thinking of You,
Ed & Heather
Amarjeet and family, we are very sorry for your tremendous loss. I will miss Sukhmohinder.
Amarjeet, our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
Parsan, Patrick and the Dale children
He was gentleman and very helpful.
Very saddened to hear about Sukhmohinder’s passing.
Our sincere condolences to Amarjeet, Goldie, Raman and Raja; also to Rabinder, Rajwant, Bavie, Preet and Judy.
These events are especially poignant for those of us who form the first and second generation families. We are fewer in number and families are closer and uniquely, have made sacrifices in providing support to every family member.
This is a time to reflect on Sukmohinder’s life’s contributions to his extended family, the sacrifices, joys hardships and the joys of seeing the second generation flourish. This life’s work will be forever foundational to future generations, and they will be ever grateful.
Judy, We were so sorry to hear about your Uncle, our thoughts and prayers are with you and all the family. You will all have so many cherished memories of him to help in your healing.
Joe and Elsie