He will be greatly missed by his Wife, Sons, Daughters, Grandkids, Relatives and Friends
The Creator Lord created this creation.
Wherever human may come and go,
In the end, all are subject to God`s will.
No one dies, no one is capable of dying.
The soul does not perish, it is imperishable.
Our lives go on without you but nothing is the same.
We have to hide our heartaches when someone speaks your name.
Sad are the hearts that loved you silent the tears that fall.
Loving our hearts without you is the hardest part of all.
You did so many things for us your heart was kind and true.
And when we needed someone we could always count on you.
The special years will not return when we are all together.
But with the love within our hearts you will walk with us forever.
Tok was born to Kabal Singh & Daropadi Herar on April 15, 1933 in Jalandhar, India. He immigrated to Canada in 1952 and lived his life in Mission, B.C.
Tok was a leading Insurance agent with American Life. Setting business records and winning many company awards. He was a well-regarded Sikh pioneer and loved his community of Mission. He was an active member of Rotary Club of Mission and was a Paul Harris Fellowship Award winner with perfect attendance for 56 yrs. He could have been one of the longest serving Rotarians in Canada. He was also a member of The Free Masons for 55 yrs.
He was an exceptional athlete who excelled in tennis, soccer and badminton. He coached and mentored many people in the Fraser Valley.
Tok was a kind and generous man who was a philanthropist for many worthwhile projects. He was young at heart and always strived to make our communities better. He will be greatly missed by so many. His long lasting legacy will remain and he will be remembered as an inspiration to others. People looked to him for wisdom.
In Loving Memory
Weep not for me though I have gone
into the gentle night
Grieve if you will, but not for long
Upon my soul`s sweet fight
I am at peace, my souls at rest
There is no need for tears
For with your love I was so blessed
For all those many years
There is no pain, I suffer not
The fear is now all gone
Put now these things out of your thought
In your memory I live on
Remember not my fight for breath
Remember not the strife
Please do not dwell upon my death
But celebrate my life
In Loving Memory
All of those who see me, all who
believe in me
Share in the freedom I feel
when I fly
Come dance with the west wind
and touch on the mountain
Sail over canyons and up to
And reach for the heavens and
hope for the future
And all that we can be and not what we are
John Denver, 1971
In Loving Memory…..
God made a wonderful mother,
A mother who never grows old:
He made her smile of the sunshine.
And he moulded her heart of pure gold:
In her eyes he placed bright shining stars.
In her cheeks fair roses you see:
God made a wonderful mother.
And he gave that mother to me.
Balbir Kaur Dhaliwal was born on March 7, 1951 in Punjab, India. She came to Canada in 1971 and married Daljit Singh on January 2. 1972. They started their family in Mission and raised their 4 children Dal, Jesse, Karen and Jason in Abbotsford, B.C.
Our Little Boy
The happiest moments of our life
We owe to you entirely
Without you we are
So sad and lonely
The best moments of our lives
Will always hear your name
Since the moment you were born
Our life was never the same
We love you Jason
From the day we held you in our arms
You touched us with your irresistible charm
From the day we rocked you in our lap
We got caught up in your loving trap
From the day you called us Daddy and Mommy
You made us jump around and be so happy
From the day you became our loving son
All our regrets became undone
We love you Jason our son
There are so many emotions we want to express
In how you have given us so much happiness
There are so many things about you, we will cherish
We promise you Jason our son, they will never perish
Being your parents was never hard
But it is today my son, we are apart
We are honoured and proud of you Jason
You have amazed us all your life
You were our pillar and our strength
That shows in the room today
With all the love and respect
That you deserve
But the hurt you left us will never go away
We will fulfill your hopes and dreams
Through the eyes of Gagan and Nishaan
We will come together as a family
Which you always wanted
So rest in peace our little boy
You will never be forgotten
Till we meet again. We love you Jason
Gurcharan(Charnjit) blessed this earth on May 15, 1950 in Chananwal, Punjab. She was the only and very beloved daughter of Ujagar Singh and Gurdial Kaur Dhaliwal. In 1972 Charanjit made her journey to Canada.
On March 5, 1977 she married her soul mate Baljinder Singh Gill and went on to have 2 beautiful sons Happy and Shami, She adored her boys and devoted her life to her family. She later welcomed her daughter-in-laws Avneet and Rupe with open arms and loved them like her own. Soon after she loved her grandson Rehaan and granddaughter Skye.
Charanjit grew up as the precious only sister of her adoring brothers Amar and Swarn. She was very social and loved spending time with her cousins, aunts, nieces and nephews. She was a woman of great strength who uplifted those around her and constantly strived to do for others.
Charanjits selfless nature, humble demeanor, kind heart and lovable personality were many of the traits that made her a truly remarkable soul. Blessed is anyone who had the good fortune of meeting her and forever grateful we are who experienced her unconditional love.
She will always be loved and never forgotten.
It is with heavy hearts and great sadness that we announce the passing of a beloved husband, father, and grandfather after a long battle with cancer. Bikram Singh Deol, 75, a long time resident of Mission passed away on Thursday March 9 at Holmberg House Hospice Care surrounded by his family. He was born Aug.11, 1941 in Hoshiapur, Punjab to Munsha Singh and Tej Kaur Deol. Bikram is survived by his devoted wife Jeet Kaur and his daughters Rupnder, Gurinder, Daljit, Amanjeet, Gurbhavan and the late Ravinder. He leaves the legacy of his seven grandchildren Sarah, Horjosh, Jaivin, Gurvere, Ravere, Nishan and Meena, who will be forever grateful for his presence in their lives.
In Loving Memory of Bachan Kaur Gill,
affectionately called Mom or Granny by everyone who loved her, was born December 3,1933 in the vilage of Ramgarh in Punjab India, to parents Dulla Singh and Harnam Kaur Sidhu.
Granny immigrated to Canada in March of 1967 with her 3 young children Harbans, Darshan and Permjit to join her husband Harbhajan Gill.
They stayed with family and then eventually settled in New Westminster. Five years later, they welcomed their youngest daughter Kerm.