March 16, 1973 ~ November 5, 2021

Born in: , India
Resided in: Fremont, CA

Ramesh Sundaresan, aged 48, passed away on Friday, November 5, 2021 at his home in Fremont, California after a brave fight with pancreatic cancer.
He was born on March 16, 1973 in India to Mr. M. S. Sundaresan and Mrs. Meenakshi Sundaresan. He received his Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering in 1995. He worked as an engineer for 20 plus years. He was happiest in the company of friends and family or watching sports. He also enjoyed animals and nature. He touched the heart of anyone he met with his genuine smile and warmth.
He is survived by his wife, Lakshmi; son, Nishant; brother,  Arvind; sister in law, Anu and nephew, Akshay. He was deeply loved and will remain in our hearts forever.

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Funeral Mass: November 8, 2021 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Berge Papas Smith Chapel of the Angels
40842 Fremont Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94538

510-656-1226
https://www.bergepappassmith.com

Room: Mission Chapel

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  1. Good bye dear Ramesh. You will be remembered as a gentle giant, always laughing and smiling. You had a pure heart and always helping others. It is an untimely and premature passing, I hope God gives strength to your family in these tough times.
    You lived your life the way it’s supposed to be lived. So long brother, Rest In Peace.

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  2. It was a great honor to know and work with you, Ramesh. You have always been in our thoughts throughout your illness and treatments. Our hearts go out to your family. Rest in Peace.

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  3. The whole office is thinking of you and was a honor to work with you. We will surely miss the presence of a smart loveable and kind person. Rest in Peace.

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  4. CandleDear Ramesh Bhai – I will always remember you as smiling gentle soul . We have worked on many projects I can’t remember any moment when I didn’t see you smile. I hope God gives strength to your family in these tough times.

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  5. CandleIt was great to work with you, Ramesh. I have learned a lot from you. You will remain in my thoughts. Rest in Peace.
    Strength to the family.

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  6. CandleI have known Ramesh for almost 15 years. He was the nicest guy. He had a big heart, and was always willing to help in anything he could. My dear Ramesh, you will be greatly missed . I am so glad I met you and shared times with you. My condolences to his wife, son and rest of his family. May God give them strength to cope with his loss.

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  7. CandleMy prayers for Ramesh’s family. So sorry to hear of your passing. You life touched so many of your friends and colleagues.

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  8. CandleDear Ramesh,

    Your were (and will be) one of the most kindred souls I have met. My memories goes back to your days in DCE where your sense of joy and happiness was so infectious that it helped us all survive those ups and downs of college education. Your resounding laughter still reverberates in my head, fresh even 27 years later. I know that you are now gone physically but you will always be there in our mind and heart and we will always cherish the memories.

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  9. CandleRamesh, I’ll remember you for the uncomplicated person that you were – purity and innocence embodied. Your resounding laughter quells all negativity around. I’m glad that I met you during my pivotal years (DCE) and you’ll remain an inspiration to many of us on how to derive joy out of small everyday events. While this journey ended too soon and hopefully you’ve crossed over to a better place, you were and will remain “BOSS” in our minds and heart for ever.

    Pray God gives Lakshmi, Nishant and family all strength

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  10. No vices. No pretense. No haters. That was Ramesh. Heaven is a better place now with his presence. So long Roomie. Om Shanti 🙏🏽

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  11. CandleS. Ramesh, given the epithet “BOSS” by his batchmates in the West Hostel of Delhi College of Engineering, was truly in BOSS in his demeanor. Widely known for his laughter, BOSS was truly a gentleman in his bearing. When other west hostelers would regularly shout and create clamour during the night hours, BOSS was known was his suave and mature personality, even as a teenager in the West Hostel. When others were happy idling their way during the evening hours after college, BOSS took up classes at NIIT and gained valuable insights into the IT sector, which later became his profession. Well, talking about BOSS, his demeanor is not limited to academics, he was THE FAST bowler of the cricket team and a regular player in the hostel cricket matches, braving out laziness on chilled Weekend mornings of Delhi. Even while playing, his sincere and grounded approach was admired by one and all. BOSS…..as you leave for a new journey…we shall miss your sincerity and your LAUGHTER, which was the hallmark of you, the BOSS!

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  12. CandleMy heart felt condolences. It’s difficult to absorb this news. Ramesh had been a great person with pleasing personality as remember him from our DCE time.
    ॐ शांति! 🙏

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  13. Sad to hear about Ramesh. Wish we had kept in touch since hostel/college days. Remember Ramesh as a calm and thoughtful person. May his soul RIP.

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  14. So sad to hear this news. I always remember him as one of the nicest people in the DCE hostel and in our batch. My heartfelt condolences to the family.

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  15. CandleI and Ramesh studied in the same school in India (DTEA Sr secondary school, Lodi Estate). Though I never was in touch with him all these years as we went on different career path, I do feel having lost a family member. Rest in peace brother Ramesh. You will be missed. Om shanti

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  16. CandleI studied with you at DTEA. You were very kind hearted and helpful. Best student, sportsman, suave, very gentle and god loving person. It is unbelievable that you left us. My prayers to God for sadgati to your soul!

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  17. RIP Ramesh ….goodbye to your smile, enthusiastic questioning, bearing legpulling you on your bringing “Madras wired kudai” bag for lunch, with neatly packed tiffin, water bottle etc, into a DTEA world of friends, who stole, robbed, and ate whatever can be eaten from addas like sundar, mau, Damodaran canteen at lunch, rusted door in ground (ice cream wala). For trying to teach grace and dignified eating and dining. I atleast remember a few of us, who hid from prayer prefects checking classrooms, so that we could gorge your lunch. Goodbye, Buddy! 🌹

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