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Dr. Sujit Kumar Roy

Dr. Sujit Kumar  Roy

Date de décès : 19 avril 2012

With great sadness, the family of Dr. Sujit Kumar Roy announces his passing at the Central Newfoundland Regional Health Centre in Grand Falls-Windsor on April 19, 2012 at the age of 72 years. Leaving to mourn, with many wonderful memories wife, Glenda (nee Elliott); children, Sunil (Jennifer Rowsell) and Sonali (Deon Dyke); granddaughter, Asha Jane and many family, friends, and colleagues here and abroad. Born to Bejoy and Shanti Roy of Baidyapur, India (State of West Bengal), Sujit was the youngest of seven children. He followed his father’s footsteps in dedicating his life to caring for others. Upon graduation from Medical College Calcutta (now Kolkata), Sujit spent ten years in the United Kingdom where he completed his specialty in Internal Medicine and then moved to Canada in 1974. His commitment to medicine was cultivated from a genuine interest and passion, along with his desire to make a difference, which he did many times over. Sujit’s passion for life was inspirational. While his accomplishments were great, they were never his focus. He took great pleasure in life’s simple things — his love for good music, art, stories and food, was only second to his love for good company, of which he enjoyed plenty. He took great pride in his family and friends and helping each of us grow. He pushed each of us to be the best we could be, to explore and expand, to contribute, and to live life to the fullest. While no longer with us in body, “Skippy” will continue on in our hearts and the beautiful memories we get to carry forward. Cremation has taken place. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Hoskins Funeral Homes, Grand Falls-Windsor. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the South & Central Health Foundation. For condolences online please visit www.hoskinsfuneralhomes.ca.

 

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