Sumit Agnihotry, 38, passed away on September 8, 2015 in Fremont, California. He died at his home with his family by his side. Funeral services will be held on September 12, 2015 at Berge-Pappas-Smith Chapel Of Angels, Fremont, California. Sumit was born on August 21, 1977 in New Delhi, India to Arun and Beena Agnihotry. His father was a Mechanical Engineer. His mother was a homemaker. They moved to the United States in 1992. He graduated from Chatsworth High School in 1995. In 1997 he moved to San Jose, California. In 1998, he started working for Acer America. He had been working with Acer ever since. He was a die-hard Lakers fan and he spent much of his spare time playing basketball with his two boys. He devoted much of his time providing for his family. His dream was to retire in Montana on a large ranch with his wife and as many German Shepherds as he could handle. Mr. Agnihotry is survived by his wife Shanshan Sun, two sons Joshua Timothy and Dylan Forrest; his parents Arun and Beena Agnihotry; his in-laws Yongbin Sun and Lian Li, brother Amit, his family; sister Ruchy and her family.

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  1. I am heartsick to hear of the passing of my old Acer friend, Sumit. I so enjoyed his sense of humor, admired his loyalty and commitment to Acer, but most memorably will remember how much he loved being a father. He beamed whenever he spoke of his boys! I send my heartfelt sympathy to Shanshan, Josh, Dylan, Mr. and Mrs. Agnihotry, and the entire Agnihotry and Acer families. Please know you are in my thoughts at this most difficult time. With sympathy, Jill Fletcher

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  2. I was so shock when I read this news on the web. I was his old friend as well. Sumit told me about his promotion last year and planned to celebrate when he came to TPE next time. I thought he must be busy so we did not contact with each other for a while, it’s really hard to accept his passing anyway.

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  3. Hi jill i am sumit mom beena agnihotry thanks for kind words for sumit he was my beloved son we r in pain for ever its for three month now we still cry every day

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  4. Sumit was my dearest cousin. We grew up together and I was closer to him than my own brother. We lost touch many times but not a day went by when I didn’t think of him. Now he lives in my heart. I miss him so much.

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