Late Manilal Khimji Deva Gudhka
12th February 1930 – 15th January 2021
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Manilal Khimji Gudhka – formerly of Kisumu (Kenya) before residing in Kenton, Harrow.
Son of: Late Khimji Deva Gudhka & Late Jivibai
Son-in-law of: Late Ramji Khetshi Shah & Late Monghiben and Late Santokben
Husband of: Late Savitaben Manilal Gudhka
Father (Father-in-Law) to: Anujkumar (Sulmita) and Nishit (Bina)
Grandfather (Grandfather-in-Law) to: Roshni (Brin), Vishal (Anneeka), Amar and Neera
Great Grandfather to: Mia and Tia
Brother (Brother-in-Law) to: Late Meghjibhai (Late Amratben), Late Kanjibhai (Late Laxmiben), Late Zaverchandbhai (Late Vijyaben), Late Jethalal (Late Pramilaben) and Himatlal (Late Induben)
Brother-in-Law to: Lalitaben & Late Liladhar Khimji (Nairobi), Late Kantaben & Late Chandulal Meghji, Vrajlal & Shiluben (Perth), Late Jayantilal (aka Babu) & Jayaben (London), Induben & Late Mahesh Padamshi (Nairobi) and Gulab (aka Sailesh) & Diptiben (London)
Dearest Kaka, Fuva and Masa to many nieces and nephews.
Manilalbhai was a very humble and kind man. Despite the challenges with his eyesight, he maintained his independence until the end. Even after the passing of his wife, Savitaben, he lived alone and took care of himself well.
He always had jokey comments for his grandchildren and such love for them all. He was delighted when the family welcomed in his great-grandchildren, twins Mia & Tia. Manilalbhai will continue to be an inspiration for the whole Gudhka family.
He lived a very full life, leaving us at the age of 90. He will be sorely missed by the family nonetheless.
May his soul rest in peace.
His funeral will be held on Saturday 23rd January 2021 at 2pm UK time. The live webcast can be accessed via this link from 1:55pm UK time.
Om Shanti Shanti Shanti.