Sourabh Munshi

Sourabh G Munshi

Thursday, December 16th, 1937 - Saturday, May 23rd, 2020
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Sourabh Munshi can be described in many ways but what you will hear most often is a family man with a smile on his face and a sparkle in his eye. He was born on December 16, 1937 in Ahmedabad, India. He immigrated to the US in 1970 with a degree in civil engineering and a vision to create opportunity for his family and do his part to add the American Dream. While raising his two children, Parth and Ratna with his wife Hemaxi, he worked at various engineering firms and was proud to take part in the design of the Key Bridge in Baltimore. Internationally, he participated with the United Nations and the World Bank on infrastructure programs in the Sudan and Sri Lanka. He travelled with his family to India frequently to ensure that his children understood their family heritage, culture and most importantly, connect with their extended family.

His greatest love was his family. He cherished his wife Hemaxi and together they built a life of love, laughter and travel over 56 blessed years. He always took advantage of every opportunity to spoil her during walks with snacks, beautiful remembrances from their travels and getting the ingredients for a new recipe that she wanted to try. He was blessed with 6 grandchildren that were the center of his universe. He shared his love of cricket with Sahil, watching Tej play in soccer tournaments at Disney and Virginia, analyzing gymnastics with Shreya, and sharing stories of his childhood with Suhani. He enjoyed many games of rummy with Anjali and online videos with Karishma for analysis. Games of Toss Up or Yatzee were a cornerstone of family gatherings.
He had a steadfast loyalty to family and friends and would prioritize being present for any milestone whether happy or sad to give back to those he loved. His greatest pride was watching the fruits of his and Hemaxi's labor as embodied in his childrens' and grandchildrens' success. He will be greatly missed but his legacy of loyalty, love, laughter and hard work will endure.

We thank you for all of your love and support for him throughout the years and through this difficult time

With love

Hemaxi, Ratna, Parth, Nehal, Datta, Karishma, Sahil, Tej, Shreya, Suhani and Anjali

In lieu of flowers, please donate to St. Jude Children's Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105
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    Friday, May 29th, 2020 | 8:30am
    Friday, May 29th, 2020 8:30am
    Mount Laurel Home for Funerals
    212 Ark Road
    Mount Laurel, New Jersey 08054
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Abhilash Bhachech

Posted at 12:23pm
It is with sad nostalgia that we note the passing away of dear Saurabhbhai. A genuine, unpretentious and transparent person who taught us all a lot through his day to day interactions with us. He has been an example for so many of us for his heartiest engagement in family both near and extended; his joys and expressions of pleasure in celebrating the simple moments of life; and above all, doing so much for others with a smile and enthusiasm. I have had the privilege of receiving so much of his kindred spirit in my formative academic years in the US, our first extensive family travels cross-country; and of course through these years of our own family milestones - marriages, children, travels, graduations and many many more which make our lives so enriched. Saurabhbhai was an integral part of it all. We convey our heartfelt condolences and our sense of loss to Hemaxiben, Ratna, Parth and all in the Munshi/Trivedi families.....Abhilash & Bhavana

Parth Munshi Posted at 01:17pm

Abhilashmama and Bhavanamami - ever since I remember your first trip to Baltimore from Cleveland you have been a staple in the family. He cherished the time spent together whether driving across the country or sitting at one or houses.

Parth Munshi Posted at 01:17pm

Abhilashmama and Bhavanamami - ever since I remember your first trip to Baltimore from Cleveland you have been a staple in the family. He cherished the time spent together whether driving across the country or sitting at one or houses.

Ravindra Acharya

Posted at 11:30am
Dear Mami, Ratna, Nehal, Parth, Datta and Grandkids.,
Ketki and I send our heart felt condolences on demise of Saurabh mama.
The last time we saw him was , last August when He proudly escorted Mona at her wedding in Indianapolis .
Mama was really a family man.To him grandkids were a treasure.
Him and mami would always talk about their achievements and interests, be it educational, sports or even cultural.
Mama came from a highly intellectual family of Engineers and doctor.
I understand,Snehal mama was instrumental in mama’s migration to USA.
He devoted his time in work and raising two beautiful, loving, smart children, Ratna and Parth.
Both did well in education and social life, married respectively to smart and caring Nehal and Datta..
Both children gifted grandparents with 6 beautiful grandchildren who were the love and joy of mama and mami’s life.
An year ago Kabirbhai, Ami, Ketki and I spent a day with them at their new downsized residence.
They were very happy there.
Stayed up late, talked about their fitness routine,
Their proximity to both children and grandchildren, in case they have to help them home and back to school.
Mama we all will miss you but I am sure the grandkids will miss you a lot.
God bless his soul and Rest In Peace and give strength to mami and all the children to bear his loss and vacuum created by his departure from us.
Ravi and Ketki.

Parth Munshi Posted at 12:04pm

Thanks Ravibhai and Ketkiben. In addition to the grandkids visits they always enjoyed the time they got to spend with family on visits. They loved your visit and getting to connect.

Jay Bhatt

Posted at 09:18am
Sourabh Uncle was such a gentle man with a calm, easy-going and welcoming demeanor. It was so inspirational to see the love he had for his grandkids and the rest of his family. We will miss him.

Ramesh Viswanathan

Posted at 08:19am
Deep condolences. May his soul attain Sadhgathi.

Parthiv Mehta

Posted at 10:10pm
Our heartfelt condolences to the entire family for your loss. Saurabh bhai had done lot of work in our community. He provided leadership and was always a regular participant in all Community activities. He as a donor and always helped for a Noble cause. He will be missed.
RIP Saurabh bhai
Parth & Miku Mehta

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