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Paid and printed in todays Main part of the Trinidad Newsday. on page 7
My Eldest sister, passed away at the very tender age of 21.
She never wanted anyone to know why or how she died. The thought of how she chose to go would be an embarrassment to our parents.
They are now with her.
They collectively joined her in the afterlife in 2018.
She was incredibly smart, earning 9 distinctions in cxc level, and 4 in a levels, a high score in SAT to qualify for Wharton School of Business at University of Pennsylvania. In the Mid 90s. I believe she was the only one from her year at Saghs to receive such a honor.
Her topic of Study was Hindi and International Business. She participated in dance shows with her roommates for Holi, and Diwali programmes at her University.
She made our family very proud. And I was so excited to cheer for her and hear her friends in the crowd call her name before and after her performance.
I wish there was archival video show u all of those performances but i have no idea where its stored or who has copies.
She studied in summer months in Delhi in student exchange programs .
Made so many new friends. One guy she really liked and we as a family kept in touch with was Michael G. He is a much older white man who also was studying hindi at the time.
He became friends of the family and always managed to send us birthday cards that arrived on time for my mom and I birthdays. He was able to perform as an extra on some bollywood films and got a photo with Salman Khan.
There are friendship from saghs with friends that still remember her kindness and love.
I fed the staff, some business owners and customers some vegetation food to honor her memory yesterday.
#MaloosCatering always provide great food.
If you have a memory please share in the comments below.
Its seems like only yesterday you departed. I still feel you around me , your an angel i still pray to, you protect me always .
25 years has flown so fast.