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Funeral services for Bhupendra Patel will take place Thursday, August 15th from 1-3pm at Franklin Memorial Park. Franklin Memorial Park is located at 1800 Route 27 in North Brunswick, NJ.
Bhupendrabhai Chotabhai Patel age 67 was born in Vadodara on September 9th, 1951. He was the youngest son of Late Chotabhai Ujambhai Patel of Dharmaj and Late Kamraben Patel of Bhurakoi. He has 7 siblings including: Subhadraben Patel, 83 New Jersey Late Tarlikaben Patel, 80 Sarojben Patel 78 New Jersey Hasmukhbhai Patel, 76 Sweden Kokilaben, 73 Surat Subhashbhai, 72 Vadodara He was involved in Farming at a very young age and then became a businessman and ran New Sangeeta Radio an electronics Business in Vadodara. He was very fond of his Dharmaj gam and took lot of pride. He was known as Udo in the gam-Dharmaj and called himself Dharmajwala.
He will be remembered for being jolly and always welcoming family and friends with warm greetings to his shop and home. He went out of his way to help others. He was unselfish and always gained happiness from helping others. He was humble person and showed kindness to all. Once you ask him to do some work he ensure that the work will be done at all cost. He was a very reliable source to his family and friends.
Bhupendrabhai was married to Yashodraben at the age of 26 in Vadodara. They lived a happy life for 41 years together. He came to USA in 2008 and was very proud to be a US citizen. He was very fond of his family and his grandsons Nitya, Dhruv, Aum & Aarin. He took lots of pride in spending time to make sure that his daughters Reema and Reetika and son Jay went to English medium school and advanced to higher education and became independent in their lives. He was very proud of his son in law Mayankumar and daughter in law Bhumi who he treated like a son and daughter. He enjoyed the festive season including Diwali, Thanksgiving and Christmas. His passion was to help his family and friends and led a very simple life.
He was diagnosed of Kidney cancer in January 2019 which was aggressive despite removing one of his kidney. He passed away peacefully at home on August 13th morning amongst his loving family who will miss him.
He is survived by his loving family including: Yashodhara Patel (Wife) Jay & Bhumi Patel (Son & Daughter in law) Reema & Mayank Patel (Daughter & Son in Law) Reetika (Daughter) Nitya, Dhruv, Aum & Aarin Patel (Grandson’s)
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