Amrinderjit 'Prince' Singh (23 Sep 1983 - 28 Jul 2019)

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Location
Fenland Crematorium Knights End Road March PE15 0YJ
Date
14th Aug 2019
Time
10.30am
Funeral Director
The Co-operative Funeralcare Wisbech

In loving memory of Amrinderjit 'Prince' Singh who sadly passed away on 28th July 2019.

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Vishali Suman donated £189.67 in memory of Amrinderjit

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Kind and caring soul.

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Amandeep Walia wrote

May God bless your kind and gentle soul. My prayers are with you and family. You will be unforgettable and always in my thoughts. Rest in Peace brother.

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Best time spend together. Will always miss you. Stay happy wherever you are. Hope to see you again someday, in some other life, in some other world.

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Navninderjit singh wrote

Have peace wherever you are big brother of mine, i will try not to cry its been so hard to let you go but you did not go alone part of us went with you. You were always positive. Courageous throughout the treatment and pain you went through, you set an example with your humbleness, you should hear the kind words people say how you touched their lives in so many ways i am so proud of you the way you stood with the family everytime and always. Your memory will keep us from falling apart I will miss our talks and you will forever be in our hearts. I want to say to you how much we love you and miss you too. Love you forever and always big bro.
He was the nicest brother.

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kevin mills wrote

Such a sad loss...Sleep well mate...

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Gagan Rhal donated £82.95 in memory of Amrinderjit

Rest in peace Brother, we know you are in a better place and one day we shall meet again

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Meena Kumari wrote

Dear Mamu

You were so kind to everyone and you gave everything to us what we wanted, when we came to see you. Those chicken nuggets you made were so yummy. And ELEENA my baby sister still miss the Bhujia you gave her.
We will never forget you and we love you so much. We can't forget the presents you gave us. You are a superhero to us who will remain in our memories all the time.

You will always be missed.

EVA & ELEENA.

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Andrew JENKINS donated £30 in memory of Amrinderjit

It's hard to believe you have been taken so young.
It was a privilege to have known & worked with you. You are missed weekly when we meet for coffee at the end of shift. You'll always be there in spirit.
Rest in peace Amir!

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Jasbir Kaur wrote

Dear Prince, I cannot put your loss into words. Your courage and strength are beyond description. May your pure soul rest in peace with God.

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Deepak Kumar Mal wrote

I have no words that can compensate the pain and loss we have in our family. Lost a gentleman elder brother. A very hard working and inspiring person. One of the coolest personalities ever. U are the first person to teach me the game of chess in my childhood. My deep condolences with Massar ji, Rajan and Bhabi ji.
Maybe God needed the pure soul like you more than us. May your soul rest in peace in the heaven. No matter what you will always be in our hearts.

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Deepak Kumar Mal donated £55.88 in memory of Amrinderjit

I have no words that can compensate the pain and loss we have in our family. Lost a gentleman elder brother. A very hard working and inspiring person. One of the coolest personalities ever. U are the first person to teach me the game of chess in my childhood. My deep condolences with Massar ji, Rajan and Bhabi ji.
Maybe God needed the pure soul like you more than us. May your soul rest in peace in the heaven. No matter what you will always be in our hearts.

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Richie Singh wrote

The first thing that comes to mind when anyone talks about Prince is the pride in my fathers eyes whenever he would talk about him.Eyes which now hold only sadness and will forever.Everyone was so proud of him.He was brilliant,hardworking,caring and an amazing person.Very loving.Calling him brilliant is an understatement;he topped every call he ever attended.He taught me and Ashu maths and guided us in our studies.During his younger teenage years he would play cricket with boys who were a lot older than him and I haven't seen anyone hit a ball as far him ever.Those of us who have seen would know what I am talking about;his handwriting.It was unique and beautiful.So exquisite.Seeing his stocky and slightly chubby built you wouldn't believe but he could run miles and miles and would stretch like a gymnast.Its true.He strived to be better,struggled but worked harder and harder to do so.The first time I heard the words "Prince" and "courage" in a same sentence were when he was 13.He was walking our doberman and had an accident and cut his forehead.There was so much blood and he had to be taken to a hospital to get stitches.He didn't shed a single tear.We all know how brave and graceful he was with his fight with his ailment.He was so socially adept too.He respected his elders,had fun with his peers and was loving and caring towards people who were younger than him.From an early age he learnt to do all his chores himself and would enjoy doing them.He was fiercely independent. As I am writing these words my heart is filled with sadness from this unbearable loss but the thoughts of his amazing life and personality brings a smile to my lips.And thats how I will always with great love and fondness remember you,being larger than life,headstrong and inspiring human being that you were.We will all miss you.May your soul rest in peace.

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Ashmit Kaur wrote

I don't know if you are actually reading this, But if you are then we all miss you and you left us way too soon. Prince Mamu, came to live with us for a brief period in Delhi when we( chintoo and me) were in primary school. He was the best person to hangout with. He was good with the kids and the elders. When he was not studying he would go out and get the latest movies for us to watch, complete with the popcorns. Some days we would sneak out with him to eat gol gappas or ice cream. And he would always make sure everyone felt involved. Katahal was his favourite sabzi of all time and whenever he went out with Grandma he would always buy it and ask Mom to make it for him. That's how he much loved it. He was just such a pure soul that words will not do justice to him. But that's all we have now. He was so so hardworking and he was an inspiration for all of us and we always looked up to him and we always will. May your Soul Rest in Peace. Your legacy lives on with us.

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You were the gem of the family. Best of the best. You fought this battle like a champion.God took you in His arms too soon. This loss is unbearable for us. You will always be a guide for the family. Shine like a star in the heaven.Rest in peace.

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