Ayodhya Persaud, 67 of Lilburn, GA passed away at his home on February 16, 2015, after a long battle with Leukemia. He is proceeded in death by his parents Ganga and Lutchmin Persaud and is survived by his wife Prakaswattie, son Omaesch and daughter Usha. Persaud worked for the City of Atlanta until his retirement in 2007 after which he was able to dedicate his time to his community and his favorite hobby gardening. His loving personality, wealth of selflessness and engaging sense of humor will be sorely missed by all his friends and family. A viewing will be held at the Wages and Sons Funeral Home at 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy at 6:00 pm on Friday.

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  1. With heartfelt sympathy to your great loss, Brother-in-law was a great human being and will always be remembered in that way. Our hearts are heavy with sadness and tears but are memories are filled with happiness and love you have showed us over the years.You will always be in our hearts and we will all pray for you to rest in peace.

  2. We would like to extend our deepest condolence to the family and loved ones of our dear departed cousin. We pray that the love of the lost is forever carried in your memories. Although we can’t physically be there with you all during this time, do know our hearts are with you and that the entire family is constantly in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. He put his arms around you, and lifted you to rest. He saw the road was getting rough, and the hills were hard to climb. So he closed your weary eyelids and whispered “peace be thine.” As the day of sorrow comes, tears in our eyes, loneliness in our hearts, we say goodbye. It has broken our hearts to lose you, the day God called you home. May God secure a resting place for your soul. You will forever be loved and missed Brother-In-Law and Uncle Ayodhya Persaud.

  4. Our deepest condolences go to our beloved Sister and her children during this sad time. To Savi, Usha, and Omesh, take comfort in knowing that Babu truly left behind a legacy that will always be remembered and celebrated; a legacy of unremitting kindness, of resilience and strength. We are humbled to have been in the company of such a man who truly was his authentic self; always willing to share what he could, when he could, whether it be a helping hand, or a word of wisdom. Rest in peace Babu; you will forever be remembered as a pillar of strength with a heart of gold.

  5. Om bhur bhuvah svah, tat savitur varenyam, bhargo devasya dhImahi, dhIyo yo nah prachodayat
    Ayodya Persaud was a very good son in law to the both of us. We are going to miss him very much. He sponsored us and brought us to Canada and now he has left us and gone. The lord must gave his soul a resting place.

  6. I am deeply sadden by your loss. Although we grieve for the fact that we will no longer be able to make new memories with the one we love, please celebrate the great memories he left behind for you to cheerish forever.

  7. To our beloved Sister and Sister-in-law, Usha and Omesh you have our deepest condolences. Brother-in-law is no longer with us. But I know he is looking down from Heaven, smiling and watching over us. A memorial tells the world that while our loved one may be gone his spirit lives on. Brother-in-law will forever be tied together in the circle of life. Our Loved One’s life mattered and continues to matter to us. Their act of goodness and courage will never be forgotten. We Love You Brother-in-Law.

  8. My heartfelt condolences goes out to Savi, Usha, Omesh and the entire family on the passing away of Ayodhya Persaud (Joe). For 15 years I looked up to him as a bigger brother and not just a friend, giving sound advise and helping in any way he can. He truly was one of a kind. May you rest in peace Joe and may your family find comfort in knowing you are now without pain.
    Namaste, Tara.

  9. We are very sorry to hear of your loss. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. I only met Ayodhya once but he left a big impression.

  10. “Only when you drink from the river of silence shall you indeed sing. And when you have reached the mountain top, then you shall begin to climb. And when the earth shall claim your limbs, then shall you truly dance.” Dearest Savi, Usha and Omaesch, our deepest condolences for the loss of your husband and father. Joe was larger than life and such a fighter; if love could have kept him here, he would still be with us. Tonya and Char Romeo

  11. Our condolences to our dearest Aunty Savi, Usha Dee-dee, and Brother Omaesch on the lost of our beloved Uncle Bacta. He was and still continues to be a great soul that touched many lives, including ours, and will always be remembered as a great and wonderful Uncle and Brother. He might be gone, but he has left us with many wonderful memories to cherish as long as we can. Love always,
    Persaud and Ganesh Family

  12. On behalf of myself and my family I would like to extend my deepest and heartfelt condolences to the family of Mr. Ayodhya Persaud. May his soul rest in eternal peace and may the family find comfort in knowing that a man with a kind heart and loving personality such as Mr. Persaud has left many wonderful memories for all to cherish. He will be remembered always.

  13. To Usha and the Persaud family, my sincerest condolences. Your father was such a strong and admirable man who had fought long and hard to be there for his family and friends no matter how he was feeling. I will think of Joe every year as we share the same birthday. May you find the rest and peace you deserve.

  14. To the family of Mr. Ayodhya Persaud,
    Please accept our deepest condolences. Mr Persaud was a very kind hearted man, I remember speaking to him a few times, he always made me laugh. I will always remember those good times. Please know our Heavenly Father will remember him and bless your family by making it complete again when He brings Mr Persaud back to life here on earth, where the family will never face death again.

    Warm Regards

  15. “Our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same, but as God calls us one by one the chain will link again…”
    Dear Aunty Savi, Usha & Omaesch, we are truly sadden by Uncle Bakta’s passing. Even though we are hurting, his memories and legacy will live on forever in our hearts. Please remember that you are not alone…we will always be here for you.

  16. Hi Savi, My sympathy to you and your family on the passing of your husband. MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE. (IAM YOUR OLD SCHOOL FRIEND) Indra 718-280-1236.

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