Viewing, Memorial Services and Cremation Of late Dr. L.S. Narasimhan (Narsi) With profound grief we wish to inform you about sudden and untimely demise of Atlanta’s beloved friend and iconic community leader Dr. L.S. Narasimhan (Narsi), CEO, Paalam, Inc. and Founder of IPN. He passed away in his apartment on Friday, April 29th night. According to medical reports, cause of death was a massive heart attack. Viewing, memorial services and cremation for Dr. Narsi Narasimhan will be held from 4-6 pm, on Monday, May 2, 2016 at Wages & Sons Funeral Homes and Crematories, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30046. Ph: (770)-277-4550. If you want to send flowers/bouquet, please make arrangements so that it reaches by 3 pm in Wages & Sons. Because of limited parking space, we request you to please car-pool to come for memorial services.

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  1. Narsi touched all our lives in so many ways that he is etched in our hearts forever. He possessed this incredible skill to interact with adults, young teens and children and leave them all enriched. A few minutes with him carried so much value. He had the innate ability delve in and simplify the solution to the various challenges he handled. He was a rare gem and his light will shine on for generations ahead. We will all remember him with great affection and respect, as he worked tirelessly to make Atlanta a better place for all of us.
    We grieve Narsi’s departure with a heavy heart today. May his soul rest in peace.

  2. Dear Narsi, you have helped us a lot both professionally and personally. You were our best friend. We are very sad that you left us. We will miss you very much. You will always be in our hearts. May God give you eternal peace.

  3. It is shocking to know that Narsi is no longer with us. It would take a while to fully realize the immensity of this loss. Words are inadequate to sum up to Narsi’s extraordinary influence on Metro Atlanta professional/business community. When we moved to Atlanta two decades ago, Narsi’s name was one of the first few names we heard about. What distinguishes Narsi is his inimitable personality–outgoing, amiable, efficient and very helpful. It is very unlikely that some one else will raise up to his level. May his uplifted soul continue to influence us.

  4. Dear Narsi, you will be remembered for your sincerity, generosity and support given to anyone who interacted with him. You seemed to be everywhere for all. Filling your shoes will be an aspiration. RIP.

  5. Narsi Narasimhamn,
    We could not believe when we heard the news, It is a great shock and it is a great gap in the Indian community in Metro Atlanta no one can fill it. Though our contact with him limited but it was unforgettable and pleasant. Your personality was such that no one could forget ,once they know you. You did so much to the Indian community through IACA , IPN and others . And you will always be remembered by each and every one in the Indian community and American community
    Our sincere condolences to his family.

  6. Narsi will always be remembered by his friends for his giving heart and outgoing presence. I mourn our loss but wish him and his family the very best during this difficult time. Filling his shoes is something all of us should strive for.

  7. Dr. Narsi. Thank you for all the work you did for our community. Please know that you will be missed by all who crossed paths with you. May your rest in peace.

  8. Narsi left the world a better place than when he found it. He built a community of friends and business colleagues, connecting people and ideas. You inspire us to be better people.

  9. Narsi was a friend that will be missed. He exemplified the true meaning of pay it forward. He was an inspiration to all that met him.

  10. Narsi was kind and a good friend from the first moment we meet. He was extremely helpful and did all he could to support fellow Kettering members. He will be sorely missed. Rest In Peace.

  11. OMG. We lost a true Friend. Narsi will be remembered as a giving, paying it back leader. He will be missed.

  12. I am stunned to learn of Narasimhan’s (Narsi’s) death. He was a dear friend. We did not keep in touch regularly but when we connected we shared a I knew him from his Texas days — in the 1980s — where he was a doctoral student. When I was in Atlanta about 3-4 years back for a Conference, we connected. We had breakfast together.

    Narsi epitomized community-spiritedness. He was large-hearted and giving. I know that he will be received warmly in that undiscovered world for his generosity.

    We know that that Narsi will be received by that universal spirit in its warm embrace and place him in that orbit of eternal peace and joy.

  13. Very sorry to hear the news… We will miss him… he always had a smile and a positive attitude… indeed most giving individual. with prayers.. Ragu

  14. I will miss Narsi, my professor from GT and Kettering founder who did so much to help others find work and flourish. May you rest in peace. Chances are you are starting a networking group in heaven.

  15. The news of Narsi’s untimely passing is shocking. He was true friend, a caring mentor, and a tireless advocate of the Indian- American community in Atlanta and beyond. He will be sorely missed!

  16. Narsi, Your passing away a shock to many associates of your and this member of IPN for almost 20 years. Recall how persistent you were to include me in mainstream local community participation specifically political/business group(s).
    My interests in recent years prevented me to be active in social groups, however you were always forefront in sending me invites.
    Narsi, I’ll remember you for being affirmative, positive and vibrant. This is a rare quality of a person. Perhaps, I’ll include some of your rare qualities in my personal doings.,
    Good bye. You had many years this community could have used.
    Your death is too early for a vibrant leader.

  17. Very saddened to learn Narsi is no longer with us. The Technology Community in Atlanta has lost an individual that demonstrated how to be successful while helping others. He was certainly generous and thoughtful to me whenever he thought I would benefit from one of his efforts.


  18. I came across this today, nearly 2 years late! I was looking for him to send a message, and this is what I read. I am deeply saddened. What else can one say? A wonderful young man when I knew him, and a brilliant one too.

  19. I did a search in my email today for another name, and an email from Narsi was included in the results. The email was from 2012, and it was so kind, polite, and full of helpfulness. How ironic that I should read his touching email, 5 years plus one day after he left us. What a gentleman, and what a loss. RIP.

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