SASKAAR / CREMATION: 27 Oct 2018 (Saturday), 10.15am, at The North Chapel, Northern Suburbs Memorial Gardens and Crematorium, 197, Delhi Road, North Ryde, 2113, Sydney | Australia
MEVA SINGH A/L VARIAM SINGH
Born: 28 Dec 1927
Departed: 22 Oct 2018
Wife: Harbans Kaur a/p Hazura Singh
Children / Spouses:
Dato’ Dr Harjit Singh (President, Johor Cricket Council) / Datin Kaldip Kour
Dato’ Parmjit Singh (CEO, Asia Pacific University) / Datin Shushil Kaur
Professor Dr Baljit Kaur (University of Sydney)
Daljit Singh (Director of Development, Baker & Mckenzie, Sydney) / Dr Sharmila Kaur Nanra
Jagvinder Kaur (Accountant, Sydney) / Bakhtawar Singh
Parminder Kaur (Deceased) / Gurinder Singh Khaira
Dr Rajinder Singh (Jesicca Kaur), Gurdip Singh (Dr Harveen Kaur), Dr Manreena Kaur, Roshan Dev Singh, Simren Kaur Samrai, Marla Kaur Samrai, Jeeven Singh, Sameer Singh, Naveen Singh, Sachvir Singh Khaira
Great Grandchild: Ameer Singh Khaira
Saskaar / Cremation: 27 October 2018 (Saturday) at 10.15am at The North Chapel, Northern Suburbs Memorial Gardens and Crematorium, 197, Delhi Road, North Ryde, 2113, Sydney, Australia.
Path da bhog: 29 October 2018 (Mon), 3pm-5pm, at Turramurra Gurdwara Sahib, Sydney followed by Guru ka Langar
Akhand Path at Gurdwara Sahib Johor Bahru dates will be announced later.
Dato’ Dr Harjit Singh 017-7548888
Dato’ Dr Parmjit Singh 017-8788135
Prof Dr Baljit Kaur +61403192712
BRIEF PROFILE: Meva Singh was President of Gurdwara Sahib Johor Bahru on numerous occasions on condition of being unanimously elected. He retired Senior Engineer in the National Electricity Board. A self made man. Started of as an Apprentice Wireman and did two jobs to buy books to finally become a qualified engineer. Served the NEB (LLN) from 1947 to 1985 including a three year extension. He then served as Consultant Visiting Engineer till age of 79 years. He was awarded the Gold and Diamond Medal Awards by the Minister of Power.
His wealth was his children’s and grandchildren’s education to the highest levels.
He was an accomplished cricketer, hockey, badminton and table tennis player where he along with the late Attar Singh were Kilat Club’s national doubles table tennis champions. He played Cricket for Kilat Club and Selangor in the early 1950s.
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