Gopal had self-isolated himself upon seeing initial symptoms of COVID, but the condition aggravated instantly with SpO2 levels having dropped to below 60, and hence had to be taken to the ICU immediately. For the next 17 days, he was in the intensive care unit fighting the disease, but the doctors could not save him in spite of their best efforts.
Those close to Gopal, knew him to be an impactful and positive personality who had a zeal for life, always finding ways to self-improve, and always smiling. He believed in living a meaningful and humble life and made deep connections with everyone around him. Gopal’s precious life was taken too soon and has left the grieving family an emotional void and in financial distress. As the only earning member of the family, he was supporting the home and taking care of his aging mother who is suffering from dementia. We appeal to you all to extend your possible support to this cause and help us continue his legacy of kindness. Contributing to this memorial would go a long way in helping his family and his daughters’ future.