Fisher Funeral Home & Cremation Service
24501 Five Mile Road Redford Township, MI 48239
Shri Nandubhai Shantilal Trivedi started his journey to Heaven on July 18, 2021, at his home in Farmington Hills, Michigan. He was the husband of Late Srimati Premilaben Trivedi, the loving father of Harsha (Venugopal) Gangur Acharya; Rakesh (Yashodhara) Trivedi; Atul (Jayshri) Trivedi & Sonal (Pavan) Shah, and the beloved grandfather of Soham, Nilam, Vaidehi, Harini, Jay, Devansh & Yash.
Shri Nandubhai Trivedi was born in India (Ahmedabad, Gujarat) to Shri Shantilal Trivedi and Srimati Ramlaxmi Trivedi. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Law degree. He initially worked as a teacher, and eventually as an Octroi Officer at the Ahmedabad City Municipal Corporation for most of his career. He was a sincere and hardworking professional who was known for his honesty and ethics among his colleagues. He married Premila in 1955 and enjoyed a blissful married life of 65 years. He was a loving husband, and a caring companion. He was a practicing and faithful Hindu who kept God at the core of his existence for his entire life. He was trained to conduct Hindu religious services early on at a very young age, and he continued providing religious services to the communities along with his formal professional work. He immigrated to the United States in 1994 and enjoyed spending time with all his families. He remained enthusiastically involved in providing Hindu religious services to the Gujarati community in the Detroit metropolitan area. He was a pure and sacred soul, who believed in simple living and high thinking. He will be dearly missed by all, but his loving memories & divine teachings will live on through his family forever.
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