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10/11/1949 — 07/29/2022
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Celebration Of Life
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we re shocked to hear about our long term friend and advisor. may his soul rest in peace.
krishna and pramila vadlamani.
“Everything is this Cosmos Ages every second, Grow Older With Wisdom” This is something You Taught me by example.
There are a few who’s Presence is felt even in their absence.
Your Perspectives about things and events are always above the Binary of Right and Wrong.
If it was written on an email or verbally Narrated the stories you shared with us use to paint a picture if you closed your eyes.
Sherlock Holmes is One of them.
Thank You for giving us you.
Xavier, Mikey and the Kiddos, His Memories and Blessings are with us always.
Govind was the type of person who could talk with anyone and would also remember things about old conversations, so you know he also listened to you. His smile and kindness will be greatly missed.
I always enjoyed seeing Govind’s face light up when he shared a grandchild story-he was so proud!
My heartfelt sympathy to Xavier, Mickey and grandkids. May God’s love and peace comfort you now.
And to Govind-
Thank you for the memories… laughter, cribbage games and Chinese food… none of which will be the same without your company.
Forever in my heart. 💜
It was always a joy to see Govind’s face the last couple of years in the Zoom meetings we happened to attend together with the Richland Senior Association and the Benton County Democrats. He often brought insights to the table which enriched our discussions and enlightened our understanding. He was a gentle, kind, and remarkable man. We will miss him.
From teaching me to tie my shoes to understanding why it’s important to take a step back when doing something difficult, he is a part of me and always will be. Govimama was patient, understanding, and helped me understand how life works. I was fortunate to be able to call him uncle and I miss him.
Govind was a delightful coworker and friend. He always had a friendly smile and a calm demeanor. Govind and I marveled at our small world, as we learned that we both lived in the same area in middle Tennessee and attended the same small graduate school, although years apart. I send my condolences for his family and loved ones during this time of loss. May we treasure memories of Govind always.
I will miss you greatly my friend. You were always there for me teasing me and giving me advice (even if I didn’t ask for it or want it at the time). You could always make me laugh. Even when I would walk and way and you would tell me “girl don’t go away mad”. I still can’t believe you knew that song. You are the best and I miss you greatly. You are always in my thoughts even as I’m driving down the road and I want to call you and let you know what I’m driving so you can watch out for me and stay out of sight and off the road. I will take a pic of the owl and save it for you. You know the one, the fake one you once thought was real and watching while you were standing outside. That made me laugh.
Govind was a wonderful man. We so enjoyed his stories about his homeland of India. We have known his family for many years and will miss him. All our love to his family, especially Xavier and Mickey. The Kohler Family