Late Rameshchandra Govindji Narshi Shah


Late Rameshchandra Govindji Narshi Shah

3rd December 1940 – 26th November 2020

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of

Mr. Rameshchandra Govindji Narshi Shah, on

Thursday 26th November 2020 at the age of 79 years.

Born in Kaloleni Kenya and later settled in London.

Son of: Late Govindji Narshi Shah & Late Motiben Govindji Shah.

Son-in-law to: Late Virchand Nathoo Shah and Late Jasodaben Virchand Shah

Beloved husband to Sushilaben Shah.

Devoted father to Anish and Deepika and father-in-law to Jagruti (Rina) and John.

A dearest grandfather to Miraj, Ronit, Jayden and Raine.

A loving brother and brother-in-law to:

Late Harakchand & Manugauri                                                      Lalitaben & Late Mansukhlal

Navin & Manjula                                                                                 Shantaben & Late Nemchand

Rajni & Chandrika                                                                              Pushpaben & Navinlal

Harish & Prabha                                                                                  Chhayaben & Suryakant

A caring brother-in-law to:

Pravin (Batuk) & Pushpa (Nakuru)                                                  Suru & Shiela (Nairobi)

Chandu & Hasmita (Nakuru)                                                            Kamlesh & Parul (Nairobi)

Manu & Ramila (Australia)                                                                Sheila & Ravi (Nairobi)

Hasu & Prafula (Nakuru)                                                                  Swati & Late Omeet (Nairobi)

A warm-hearted uncle to all his nieces and nephews.

A compassionate individual to all that knew him. He touched many hearts with his warm and caring nature.

“We cannot be more grateful for everything you have done for us.

You will be sorely missed.”

Rest in Peace

Om Shanti – Om Shanti – Om Shanti

Please note due to Covid-19, there will be no in-person Sadri or prayers being held.

A private funeral service will be held and attended by immediate family.