Satya D. Mohin

satya mohin

March 23, 1933 ~ January 1, 2024

Satya Dev Mohin was born on March 23, 1933 in Punjab, India. One of 6 siblings, he was a devoted son, father, brother and grandfather. He married his devoted wife, Sarish, in 1962 and they emigrated to New York City in 1971 where he began his career as the VP of logistics for a toy company. In 2012 he moved to New York life Insurance, where the love of his phone calls started (he always had a soft spot for telemarketers).

Satya worked hard and graciously to bring his family to the United States. His two beautiful daughters, Nidhi Lal and Rachna Malhotra, blessed him with two son-in-laws, Pankaj Lal and Pawan Malhotra and six grandchildren, Kunal, Kanika, Suhina, Riya, Milan and Aurian. Satya Mohin will be remembered by everyone for his selfless generosity, his purity, undying faith in God, dedication to family, contagious smile, and youthful soul. The same soul we all will continue to pray for. He deserves to be at peace now, reunited with his parents and siblings.

Satya Mohin left us with only the best memories and sweetest gifts. May his life continue to be honored by our good deeds in this world, the same deeds that have kept our family and friends strong and together. We will miss him dearly and will never forget his spirit.

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  1. Tayaji,
    Krishna had two mothers but I have two fathers. One who gave me birth and the other who brought me to America.
    What I am today is because of your one action of supporting your brother so that he can come to America. You taught me about life and its struggle here in US when I lived with you at your home. You told me to work hard, not to ruin credit score and always stay on the right side of the law to be successful here in this country. And that is what I have done. My success is the result of YOUR guiding principle. You will always be in my heart right next to my father.

  2. Dearest Uncle,
    I will always cherish the time we spent and the conversations we had. I am grateful to you for teaching my husband what he is today. I will always remember your hearty laughter and how I was inspired by the words you spoke.
    You will forever be in my heart and thoughts.

  3. So sorry to hear this news! Uncle was such a lovely person. I really don’t have any words to describe it. I feel like I knew him my whole life. He was always so sweet and helped me get insurance when I first started out in my career. I so so sorry to hear this news.

  4. Sorry to hear the sad news. My deepest condolences and love to all family and friends during this difficult time. May his soul rest in peace.

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