In Memory of Prakash Shanmugam
Sunday, April 8th, 2018 , by Family and Friends
You were so different and special in so many ways. Our hearts are warmed as we turn the pages on the many valued and meaningful roles that you played throughout your life. Your life was filled with passion for family and positive spirit. Your memory lives within us, forever in our heart.
Date : Sunday April 8th @ 2pm
Venue : Flintofts Funeral Home & Crematory, Issaquah, WA
Tagged under# Memories
As I sit just three weeks out from Prakash's passing and two weeks since his service, I still cannot believe it is true. It still breaks me up to see his name on a report or a reminder from his calendar come through. I will miss his wicked sense of humor and fun and his ability to lighten up the day with nonsense. And also his gift as an amazing sounding board to help us get our work done. I am so saddened that his children won't be able to fully grow up with him and his wife no longer has her partner in day-to-day life. Prakash had his priorities right and they were the most important thing in his life. The world has lost a beautiful soul and I have lost a good friend whom I will remember always.
Prakash, still cannot believe and absorb the news. Memories of all our conversations about family, life etc comes again and again like a wave. You were such a humble, down to earth and kind person. I have never seen you hurting anyone. Praying God for the satgati of Prakash and to give strength to his family.
Prakash left a stream of hope and encouragement to those around him. I had the pleasure of working with and getting to know Prakash two years back, and he left a significant impression as a person that demonstrated humility and perseverance, kindness and friendship. I will miss Prakash and will remember him fondly.
I am so sad to open my email after being out of the office for 2 weeks to find this notice - moreover I am in shock , this can't possibly be true. I am hoping this is a cruel internet hoax. May the dear lord protect and guide your family in the difficult days ahead. Kay Johnston
Prakash, we never met but you were a part of our BAG family and it hurts to loose any family member. You will be missed by everyone you touched and I hope the wonderful memories people have of you will ease the sadness!
Prakash, your memory lives within us forever in our heart