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November 23, 2023
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Mr. Rakeshbhai Patel, 50, left many stunned by the announcement of his death on Thursday, November 23, 2023, in the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in Edison, New Jersey.
Family and friends are invited to the visitation which will be held in the crematory chapel of Franklin Memorial Park, North Brunswick on Tuesday, November 28, 2023 from 9:30-11:30AM. Following the visitation and religious services, the cremation with witness will follow.
Rakeshbhai, the son of the late Ramanbhai Patel and the late Jayaben Patel was born in Kavitha, Gujarat, India. He came to the United States in 2015, living in Edison, New Jersey before settling in Colonia , New Jersey five years ago.
Rakeshbhai was a humble man who loved a good joke, and he was usually the one telling them! He had a heart of gold in that if you needed help with anything, you knew you could turn to him. If it was new tires for your car, a new smartphone, or a nice winter coat – even if you only mentioned it in passing, Rakeshbhai probably knew someone who could get you a great deal. Family was everything to him and he loved spending time together. It didn’t matter if it was for a big party celebration or just sitting around the living room having a simple conversation.
Rakeshbhai is survived by his three sisters, Alkaben Patel, Gitaben Patel and Sangitaben Patel and his several nieces and nephews.
Rakeshbhai had an abundance of love for everyone in his circle and his loss leaves behind many broken hearts and tear-filled eyes. We know that Rakeshbhai will be deeply missed, but he will never be forgotten.