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Ashok Kumar Bhatia

Jun 7, 1944 – Jan 25, 2021

 

Live Stream Details

Service: January 28, 2021

8:30 am – 10:30 am

Livestream

Condolence Board

29 Comments

  1. Hello Everyone

    We would like to thank you for supporting the Bhatia family with your virtual presence as they celebrate the life of Ashok Kumar Bhatia.

    Please feel free to leave your condolence messages here and we will forward them to the family.

    Thank you
    ACVC Management

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  2. Auntie Shashi, Reena, Sonia, Jay, Mia & Marcus. We are so sorry for your loss. Our condolences to you and your entire family during this difficult time. Thinking of you and sending you our love and prayers. Rest In Peace Uncle Ashok. Love, Benny, Marissa & Malia

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  3. Dear Ashokji
    We are going to miss you a lot. May God give peace for your soul. We will cherish your memories forever.
    Om shanti
    Ashish /Noopur

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  4. My sincerest condolences to the Bhatia family. May you continue to feel his warmth, light and love.
    RIP. Marieta, Tony, Teiah, Kai.

    Sonia – what an amazing tribute you gave your father. So touching.

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  5. Dear Shashi and Family,
    We were devastated to hear of Asok’s passing. He was wise, visionary, funny, and loved his family dearly. You, Shashi, and Ashok took us into your family in a trip to India, and made David an Uncle for Reena’s wedding. Ashok was a quiet leader in the community, joining the local Rotary Club. Our son, Jeff, sends his condolences. Ashok will always be in our hearts.
    David & Jane

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  6. Sending our love and prayers with deepest sympathy. May this loving and kind soul be forever in our hearts. He will truly be missed. I wish you all peace and comfort knowing now he is resting in peace. We love you all. Sending hugs from Mimi and Adrian

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  7. Sonia and family. Please accept my deepest sympathy. I wish peace and strength during this difficult time.

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  8. Mama ji since childhood you made us believe that any thing is possible if you make up your mind and with hard work.

    Years on we would wait for your visiting India and wait for your bags to open which were always full of gifts for all of us. We used to wear them with great pride that Canada wale mama ji laye hai.

    We will always miss your smile and grace. God Bless Your Soul.

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  9. Deepest Condolences to the Bhatia family from The Maynards.

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  10. Dear Shashiji and family,

    Sincere condolences for the irrepairable loss. We pray to the Almightly to grant Sadgati to Shri Ashokji.

    You please take care,

    Kavitha & Ravi Iyer

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  11. Hello Sonia , it’s Brent. So sorry for your lost . I know u an the family is really gonna miss ur dad. Although my encounter with him was short, he did show a lot of the good u always spoke about. I cannot forget he was the first person to come to the hospital in my assistance, Sonia I know he will always be with u, an the family . Love always an take good care

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  12. My strongest memory of Ashok Tayaji is him showing me snow. It was April 4, 2001 when we arrived in Canada and the roads were all clear of the white stuff. I saw the last remnants of a mass of frozen ice in the backyard and I asked what that was. He said Snow! I kept asking him how it comes down from the skies- is it like hail? I had seen hailstorms in India, but not snow. So he encouraged me to investigate the white mass of ice in the backyard, while he explained how all the snowflakes fall from the sky combining together into frozen ice on the ground. I was so excited like a child, and he was so patient with my questions and happily explaining away.

    I will always remember him as a very simple happy person who always made me laugh. He would always pause before making a witty comment and you kind of knew that it was coming. I see that wittiness carry forward in Reena and I see his contemplative personality in Sonia. I wish the Grace of God upon everyone. May God give all strength in knowing that Ashok Tayaji lives on in all our hearts, and he will guide all from our very own heart itself. Lots of love, Mahima

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  13. My deepest condolence to you and your family.

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  14. We are so sorry for the loss of your Dad. We wish to share our heartfelt sympathies with you and your families. You are in our thoughts and prayers
    and wish you peace at this extremely difficult and heart wrenching time.

    With love from,
    Neal, Kristine, Jacob and Olivia

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  15. I wish to thank Ajax for a heart whelming ceremony. The Entire Family of Kuku (Ashok) mama ji is in India. We all loved him and so we all feel we all participated with him in his last journey.

    God Bless You Ajax for making us all a part of the ceremony

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  16. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Bhatia family. I was very moved by the words spoken of Ashok in this live stream. I am sure he and his family is proud to know of these words spoken of him. May he rest in peace and may his family receive the strength during this difficult time. We are all with you.

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  17. Sending you all our sincerest condolences. May God give him peace and strength to family during this difficult time.
    You are in our thoughts and prayers,
    Rohit and Riya Roojam

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  18. Such a beautiful service. Our deepest condolences to the Bhatia family. Sending our love and prayers to you all. May he Rest In Peace.

    Hugs from Justin, Nessely, Jaida & Jaxson (Cabling family)

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  19. Our deepest condolences to you and your family Reena. Your dedication, admiration and tight-knit relationship with your father shone brightly through the stories you shared with me along with your selfless sacrifice in the final days of his life here. May the fond memories be a comfort for you and peace for your whole family. May God bless you and keep you and make his face shine upon you in this difficult time. In our thoughts and prayers.

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  20. Our deepest sympathy to the entire family. We can’t believe that our Kumpare Ashok is gone. He will be missed especially his sense of humor and being a nice man. Our thoughts and prayers are always with you Kumare Shashi and with the whole family. May he rest in peace…🙏🙏🙏🙏

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  21. Bhai Saheb, you never said you will be leaving and there would be no goodbyes. You were gone before we knew it and only God knows why. The pain that we are feeling is like a storm inside our hearts.

    You are in a better place on the other side with Dad, Mom and big brother and Bhabhi’s parents who have always been blessing us from the heavens. You have joined them too, so please keep on blessing all of us. We know you are looking down upon us and we don’t want to hurt you more by showing our grief.

    Bhai Saheb was a warm, loving and a giving personality. He was loved so dearly by everyone and in our hearts we all hold a very special place for him which only can be filled further by cherishing the sweet memories left behind. My children thoroughly enjoyed his company which was full of hearty laughter and witty wisecracks.

    Bhai Saheb, you are gone from sight but not from our hearts. Let me assure you that myself and my family will always be around them to carry your legacy forward and offer any kind of assistance they need.

    This is the prayer I make for you in the name of The Holy Spirit of God…
    May you keep the company of Lord’s presence wherever you are.
    May you be hugged by God for all eternity.

    We all miss you greatly and will always cherish the moments we spent with you. – Deepak (Brother)

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  22. Our deepest sympathy to the entire family. We can’t believe our Kumpare Ashok is gone. He will be missed especially his sense of humor and being a nice man. Our thoughts and prayers are always with you Kumare Shashi and to the whole family. May he Rest In Peace…🙏🙏🙏

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  23. Dear Ashok,

    We grew up together as cousins living not very far from each other in New Delhi. Your mother Shanti was my father’s favorite younger sister. Our personal bonding was also strengthened by your father Vinal Chandra ji who was our role model and guided us.
    I remember golden moments of playing together both indoor and outdoor games. We also used to go to our respective colleges by University Special buses to what is now called North Campus Delhi. You would recall our fellow passenger often used to be the super star Amitabh Bachchan.
    You left for Canada in 1969 and my career in Foreign Service took me to many foreign countries on official assignments abroad.Our personal interactions were reduced to when we happened to be in Delhi simultaneously.
    You would recall our last meeting took place about 12 years back when I visited Toronto to attend Deepak’s daughter’s wedding..
    Your unexpected passing away has left a void which would be difficult to fill.
    We pray for your eternal peace in heaven.
    May God give strength to Shashi and your charming daughters and their families to bear your loss with fortitude.

    Om Shanti,Shanti,Shanti

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  24. Dear Shashi and family
    Our Sincere Condolences.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Take care

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  25. Rest in peace Ashok.
    Sending our deepest condolences Bhatia family.
    May the love and care of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead.
    Siriphone, Jay, Leila, Luca

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  26. Uncle Ashok will be greatly missed, his kindness, his humor, and just an all around great man. Sending you all lots of love, strength and peace.
    Love and prayers, Grace and Chris ❤️

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  27. Words can not express how sorry we are for your loss. Please know that the entire Bhatia family are in our thoughts and Prayers! Much love to you all!

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  28. Dear Shashi,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. It was a joy to work with Ashok ji , and I will never forget the warmth his smile brought to ICCAD and also each and every trip. Ashok ji will always be in our hearts and memories. I am so sorry for your sudden loss. We lost our mentor and strong pillar.

    Keya

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  29. We are so sorry for this loss of such a wonderful person. He was always ready to help us navigate the various community groups as we tried to reach out and make sure they all felt proud of the role they played. Ashok was always calm and full of ideas where we could plan to do things.
    Shashi we know he was a great part of your live and he will be missed.

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