Jagdev R Mohin

jagdev mohin

November 15, 1935 ~ July 3, 2020

Jagdev R. Mohin, of Fort Lee on July 3, 2020. Beloved husband to Nirmal. Devoted father to Niraj and his wife CJ, Samir and his wife Keerti. Proud grandfather to Rhisha and Anjali. There will be a religious service on Sunday July 5, 2020 at 11 A.M. in the Frank Patti and Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home at 327 Main Street. There will a private cremation to follow. For information, directions, or condolences, please call 201-944-0100 or www.frankpatti.com


Religious Service: July 5, 2020 11:00 am - 12:00 am

Frank A. Patti & Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, NJ 07024

Visitation: July 5, 2020 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Frank A. Patti & Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, NJ 07024

Cremation: July 5, 2020 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Garden State Crematory
4101 Kennedy Blvd
North Bergen, NJ 07047

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  1. It is your courage which led me to be brave in life.
    It is your discipline that led me to scale the walls of professional growth to senior management positions with major global financial institutions.
    It is your commitment which led me to be a better son, a better brother, a better husband and a better human.
    It is your curiosity which led me to explore remote locations of the world.
    You are the GOD to me. And I will worship you forever.
    I will see you in next life. It is time for you to go to your family on the other side.
    Your humble servant. Your Son.

  2. My deep and heartfelt condolences. Deeply shaken by this news. All the old memories are still fresh in my mind. He was our favourite "UNCLE". We have lost a very gentle and jovial person. May God give strength to the entire family to bear this irreparable loss.Om Shanti

  3. Words will not wipe away our tears and
    Hugs may not ease the pain, but we will hold onto your memories because forever they will remain.
    Uncleji you will always be remembered as a ever smiling handsome man. Our sincere condolences to Auntyji, Neeraj, Samir and family.

  4. Truly sorry for the loss of our beloved and ever cheerful Uncle. He will always be remembered and cherished. My heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family. May God rest his soul in peace .


  5. Your ran your race well, a crown is awaiting for you..i have learnt one big lesson from you, Love for family and humanity..you hardly knew me but you taught me alot in few months we crossed paths, you told me how you travelled to Germany, London, about your mother, father, your brother I have not even met, your sons, their wives, your grandchildren, your family in India, i know about the good you always shared… you told me to take care of my health, how to make it in this country, where to buy my meat, lol… and I enjoy it, thanks.. my yoga.. that I didn't know, I will continue to do it in memory of you. You had a big ❤ heart…even when you're in pain, you never not a single day yell at me…all you did was smile …you're a rare gem sir… i will surely miss you. I learnt from the best. Rest well.

  6. Dear Jag: You were very brave, fighter and overcame all the obstacles which came on your way in life. I already lost three of
    my brothers and now you too left me in lurch. I pray to the Almighty God that your soul may rest in Peace.

  7. Jija ji was a lovely person and a dear friend. Please accept our heartfelt condolences. May his soul rests in peace in heavenly abode. May god give you all strength to bear the loss in this tough time.
    Soni family

  8. Rest In Peace Jag uncle.
    I must say, you were a physician’s dream come true, following all instructions to a T & rewarding the physician with your positive attitude & outcome, for so long. I loved watching you from afar how you kept overcoming every obstacle, every set back to rebound till your last breath.
    I still cherish how you called me, dialing my number by yourself despite the stroke to say hello.
    You may not remember but I do, when you took me & Sunil to watch this movie called,”enter the dragon “, that instilled my life long passion for Bruce lee.i, later in life, joined mixed martial arts & became a black belt… all as a result of that one gesture by you.
    Rest In Peace,Jag uncle. Will remember you always.

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