April 20, 1961 ~ September 22, 2020

Born in: India,
Resided in: Alpharetta, GA

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  1. CandleImageFeels like yesterday when I met Sunil for the first time when he helped me out on my first day working for T-Mobile back in 2005. The friendliest coworker I have ever known, always willing to lend a hand, so intelligent but at the same time so down to earth. . He cheered us up with his jokes and pranks during our rough days at work. Still recall on how we were all so excited whenever he got a new car from time to time. I still can picture his smile and excitement on his face when telling me story about weekend party at his house.

    You are gone to soon, buddy!!

    April 25th, 2018 was the last time I met Sunil at Avalon when we got together with some ex T-Mobile coworkers. Never crossed my mind that dinner was the last time I met him.

    Today my heart weeps to bid you goodbye!
    Farewell buddy!

    Thank you for always spreading your positive energy among us, thank you for all the good memories that we shared together.

  2. CandleImageMay the family be comforted by the spirit of the All Mighty through this difficult time . Sunil was a gentle soul that I learned so much from working with him. I will miss him.

  3. CandleImageTo the family: We are sadden by the news of your loss. Sunil was an amazing co-worker, friend, resource, and trainer within the telecommunications community and he will be missed. Everyone knew him and enjoyed working with him. RIP Sunil! Dwayne & Kim West

  4. CandleImageThis is so very sad for the many people who were able to have Sunil in and around their lives. I was lucky enough to have worked with Sunil at Cricket Wireless. At work he was a great teammate who brought great entertainment to the people he worked with. His style was appreciated during stressful times when he could bring laughter and seriousness in the same moment. “Just give it to Sunil, he’ll figure it out.” And he would.

    He was caring and I got to know him personally by renting his apartment and dealing with him on a personal level. He was always more than fair and super helpful when needed. When I first rented the apartment it was dirty and smelled really bad from the previous renter. Really bad. Sunil had it deep cleaned three times to get the smell out. He took time out of his day to meet and escort the cleaners and chaperone their work to perfection. He worked over night to get the internet hooked up and working for me, and would assist with delivery of packages and weekend needs. Always above and beyond.

    My favorite Sunil moment was when we were working into the evening the day hurricane Irma rolled into Atlanta almost exactly three years ago. Sunil insisted in evacuating the building and driving me and Madan T. home. As Sunil exited the building to fetch the car for us so we wouldn’t need to get wet, the wind picked him up and pushed him across the parking lot. He advanced, step by step, from the building entry to the parking garage directly into the face of the 90+mph winds of the hurricane. He disappeared through the downpour and then resurfaced with his car nearly ten minutes later, him drenched in water from the gulf, rolling down the widow to say “I think we need a bigger boat!”

    He will be missed very much by everyone.

    To his family: I may have never met any of you, maybe his daughter once in passing At the apartment, but I heard a great deal about all of you. He loved you all very much. I am so sorry for you all. Everyone who knew your father really liked him and liked having him around. A lot. A great mix of coolness and everything else that makes a great human being. My heavy heart goes out to you all.

  5. CandleImageSunil, you will be missed always. For the past so many years in the office together, my office days will not be same again. We worked together; we ate together, we used to have daily morning tea in office together. So many memories with you at your home/condo/Office. You were so helping, the whole team at the office so shocked that we will not see you again. You believed in God: Tuesday was the day, you never touched non vegetarian food and the same day you left us. We happy wherever you go Sunil!! OM SHANTI.

  6. CandleImageSuch a kind person every time I’ve met him. Full of wisdom and guidance. Rest In Peace, Sunil Uncle. My condolences to Raunak and family.

  7. CandleImageSo sorry for your loss. Worked with Sunny at T-Mobile & again at Cox. Such a kind, caring and generous person, always happy and fun to be around. He truly enjoyed life to the max, was extremely proud of his kids and loved his family very much.
    RIP.

  8. CandleImageWe are all deeply saddened here at Cricket Wireless for the loss of our dear friend, Sunil. Thank you for sharing him with us across the years, all the long days, long nights, long weekends. He was such a giving person. Our thoughts and prayers now shift to you, his family, as you move through time with his memories all around you. Please know that we also won’t forget him here.

  9. CandleImageSunil,
    You will be missed. In the time knowing you you were always, kind, caring and helpful not only in work but with me personally concerning my health and family. I TRULY appreciate it and my heart is sad hearing about your passing. Rest In Peace.

  10. My deepest condolences to the Family for your big loss. My thoughts and prayers are with Family. May his soul Rest In Peace.
    Jai Shree Krishna 🙏🙏🙏
    Anil Patel, Columbus GA

  11. CandleImageSunil, such a sweet spirited and kind co-worker who always shared his knowledge with me and took the time to not only teach, but share a laugh or two to make my day brighter. You will truly be missed. My sincerest condolences and heart felt sympathy to the loving family.

  12. CandleImageSunil was such sweet and authentic co-worker / friend!! He had such a big heart and always willing to help. He will truly be missed! My condolences to Sunil’s Wife, Son, Daughter, and family. May God give you peace and strength through this trying time!!!❤️❤️❤️🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 Rest easy my friend!!!

  13. Sunil Uncle,

    Anuj & I will miss you a lot. I remember when you moved from India – Vidhika & Raunak brought along a suitcase full of Archie comics. I was so young, but I was so excited to have you all around. You were always the cool uncle! Thank you for always caring for us like we were your own. Rest In Peace 💜 sending all of my love to you Vidhika, Raunak, and Aarti Aunty

  14. CandleImageSunil, you have been a good friend, always smiling and sharing joy with us all. a light hearted person. I shall miss you.
    My heartfelt condolences to all in the family.
    I pray, may his soul be at peace.

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