Akhil Kundun Chandra
Akhil Kundun Chandra was born on Friday, Feb 5, 2010, to Amita and Aseem Chandra at Intermountain Mountain Medical Center, Murray. Baby Akhil passed away peacefully in the arms of his parents on Tuesday, May 11 at their home in Park City.
Akhil means ‘complete’ in his native Hindi. Akhil’s middle name Kundun (meaning ‘pure’) was shared with his great-grandfather. Baby Akhil loved music, bath time and cuddling with his family. His family showered him with love, kisses and hugs in the short time that he spent at home.
Baby Akhil was loved deeply and will be missed by his parents; brothers, Arian and Arjun Chandra; maternal grandparents, Col. S.K. Arora and Chandralekha Arora; paternal grandparents, Ramesh and Bala Chandra; uncles, Nitin Gupta, Vinay Arora, Gautam Ahuja; aunts, Rumy Gupta, Vini Chandra, Richa Arora, Naina Sodhi; and many cousins. Akhil will always remain our precious, cute and chubby little baby.
In his brief time with us, baby Akhil was thought of and loved by many. A prayer and remembrance service will be held at Park City Community Church at 4 p.m. on Saturday, 15 May 2010. The address for the church is 4501 Highway 224, Park City, UT 84098. Pastor Bob Kaylor will preside over an interfaith service. We will be honored by your presence.
The family is grateful to the doctors, nurses and staff at Intermountain Medical Center, Murray and Primary Children’s NICU in Salt Lake City for their tireless efforts to help baby Akhil.
Instead of sending flowers or gifts, the family requests that you make a contribution in Akhil’s memory to the Hydrocephalus Association at http://www.hydroassoc.org/ or to a charity of your choice. Condolences may be sent to the family at http://www.olpinhoopes.com
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