He was always more focused on the good of the company and the department than his own benefit. He made many great contributions to the company and helped it move forward in numerous ways.
His work here will not soon be forgotten. Little did we knew that morning that God would call his name. In life we loved him dearly, In death we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose him, with long days on the job, colleagues often become like a second family. When a co-worker has died, it is appropriate to find a way to pay tribute.
Honouring a co-worker is meaningful to family members, and also keeps the person’s memory alive among staff and brings a form of closure during a sad time. Keeping his personality and spirit in mind we are choosing a method of remembrance as a small fundraiser program, where we all can come along together and extend our help to his family at this hard times. Saurav had always been an enthusiastic and an helping hand to all of us in the team in and out, his charm always created the positive aura,
I think the hardest part of losing someone, isn’t having to say goodbye, but rather learning to live without them. Always trying to fill the void, the emptiness that’s left inside our heart when they go."