Oct 1929 – July 2021
“In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” – Abraham Lincoln
My father was born in IRAN to a prosperous, well-known, and religious family. He was the youngest of six and the last one to pass away. Despite the Muslim beliefs he was born to, he did not like to be buried in the ground, as he said: “at least not with all body parts intact.” He asked us to donate any part of him deemed useful and his remains to be cremated. He was always smiling, kind-hearted, humble, and helped anyone needing help, without any expectations in return. He was truly loved by everyone. Wife of 66 years, three daughters, and six grandchildren are morning his loss.