Rameshchandra G. Zaveri
Dec 16, 1936 - Sep 22, 2019
Shri Rameshchandra Zaveri, son of Gokuldas Zaveri, has passed away peacefully at the age of 83 surrounded by his wife and family, on September 22, 2019. He was born in Morbi in the state of Gujarat, India on December 16, 1936.
He did his schooling in Indore and finished his Bachelor’s in Commerce from Holkar College, Indore. His first job consisted of performing audits in accounting field. Eventually, he turned into a young entrepreneur starting a rubber tire tube Industry called “Rock Hard Tires”, the first one to start small-business in his family and lead it from the front for most of his young life.
At the age of 51, he migrated to Vadodara, where he started his second phase of his life’s journey and cherished most of it staying together with his son, daughter-in-law and heavily supporting his daughters by raising grand-children & enjoying grandfather-hood to the fullest. He cherished his grandson(s) athletic and co-curricular events by being an organic motivator/cheerleader. He enjoyed taking them to the movies and thoroughly enjoyed having street-side ice-cream with them!
He loved travelling & had visited multiple countries primarily Dubai and United States of America. Eventually he settled with his wife, son, daughter-in-law, grandchildren & daughters in USA from almost past 15 years. He was a proud citizen of USA.
An organic mixture of pleasant, compassionate, affectionate, positive, patient, courageous & cheerful qualities, his personality was always enlightening, humorous & was role-modeled thru execution in every character he portrayed, may it be a responsible son, loving husband, respectful brother, encouraging father-in-law , mentor to his son-in-law(s), friendly & caring father(“pappa”), a kind uncle and an out-of-the-world compassionate and unconditionally loving grandfather(“dada”). He laid a strong foundation for his family with spiritual and humanitarian values and left no stone unturned to always keep us well-knit together through his constant love, perseverance & sweat. He always loved to be around his family, supported every individual’s progress to the fullest and his powerful positive assurance always energized us in every difficult situation. He enjoyed playing board games, cards and loved sports such as table tennis and cricket. He was a strong hailer of education and always donated money towards education and health care. He was a role-model for the community as an entrepreneur and a social worker. He greeted every new individual that came across in his life, with his pleasant innocent cheerful smile. He lived by the ideology of “Human comes first, then God”.
A celebration of life service will be held at East Lawn East Sacramento Mortuary, 4300 Folsom Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95819, on Friday, September 27, 2019, at 9:00 A.M.