Jyotindra “Joe” M. Prasad

May 28, 1944 - September 15, 2019
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Passed away peacefully on Sunday, September 15, 2019. Age 75. Survived by his wife, Kirti (nee Sinha); son, Kartik; daughter, Neha (Chris) Glandt; grandson, Colin; brother, Anil (Madhu); sister, Munni; nephew, Amol (Becca); niece, Toshe (Debdutta); grand-nieces; grand-nephews; other relatives; and friends. Preceded in death by his parents, Satyendra Mohan Prasad and Tara Devi; brother,Continue Reading

Narendra Prasad left a message on October 5, 2019:
A very nice humble person.
Anu (Anita Prasad), Ross and Conlon left a message on September 19, 2019:
We have so many wonderful memories of time spent with Jyoti Bhaiya both in Vernon Hills and Milwaukee. We will miss him. Our thoughts and love are with you, Kirti Bhabhi, Neha and Kartik during this sad time of loss.
Shekhar Prasad left a message on September 19, 2019:
i am so sorry to hear about Jyoti Bhaiya’s passing. He was a kind and gentle soul. Every time I met him when visiting my mom and dad he always came across as a soft spoken and a caring individual! Linda and I send our condolence to you Kirti and your family!
Amresh Ranjan left a message on September 19, 2019:
भावभीनी अश्रुपूरित श्रध्दांजलि
Rajat Verma left a message on September 19, 2019:
We are all saddened to hear that Jyoti Bhaiya left us for heavenly abode. May his soul Rest In Peace. May all the family members get the strength to bear with this loss
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Munni (Sunita Prasad) left a message on September 19, 2019:
Dear Bhaiya, now that you are gone. You’re no longer here to share the bond we had together - A bond of love and care. A bond between a little sister & and a father figured brother who was my childhood tutor, a mentor, a guide. Who used to give shower, cutting nails, playing ludo with his little sister. Yet, somehow, something tells me you are watching over me. I miss you so very much Bhaiya. You will be in my heart and my prayers always & forever. RIP.
Nishant left a message on September 19, 2019:
You will be missed by all of us Mama. My condolences to the whole family and may god give us strength in this time of grief. I have some wonderful memories of mama as spent some great time with him on my visit to Milwaukee, first in 1999 and then subsequently while living in Indianapolis. His warm and welcoming personality combined with his gentle nature was something that I will always remember. He really enthusiastically showed us Milwaukee in the cold weather and made me really feel at home. He leaves us but I pray for him wherever he is. I’m unable to make it there today but my condolences to Kirti mami and the whole family there.
Nayan and Punam left a message on September 19, 2019:
Dear Kirti bhabhi Words, however kind, can't mend your heartache, but those who care for you share your grief and wish you comfort and peace of mind. My condolences. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, the courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart.May God give enough strength to you all ,Neha ,Kartik and whole family to bear this great loss
Dharmesh Prasad left a message on September 19, 2019:
Calm and peaceful is how I remember bhaiya and that image will forever be ingrained in my memory. Though I did not interact much in my growing days – as we were not in Patna – the bond with him was instantaneous given his calm-elder-brother personality. He has left us for his heavenly abode and we are sad – however he remains in our prayers and forever in our hearts. Dearest Jyoti bhaiya your message of simplicity, of serenity, is loud and clear to us. We stand together with Bhabhi and all family members at this difficult juncture.
Punam Narain left a message on September 19, 2019:
Dear Bhaiya I am really saddened you left us and resting in peace. The memory will never fade and the bond between us will remain forever. I still remember our childhood which we spent together, you use to tease me Tumhare hair par bichauti ( lizard) and I use to flight!!! I use to tease you as Jyoti bhaiya,bichauti bhaiya (lizard) I remember one incidence , I was carrying a cucumber for you to eat and tripped over which resulted a cut injury on my right side of eye and you were in tears!!!I use to learn cycling whenever you use to visit us! You left for job in USA and I never learned cycling! My memories are still fresh when we visited Milwaukee to celebrate 2001 new year with you.we enjoyed a lot spending time with you and bhabhi .you drove all the way from Milwaukee to Chicago, we visited Lake Michigan,temple,your work place and finally shopping took care of us with so much love and affection. We again met at Amol’s Wedding and spent lovely time! I feel blessed to have you as my brother. I feel sorry that I couldn’t meet you since years but you have a special place in my heart and that will remain forever! My love and respect is always there even you have gone from this world but I am sure you will come back to this world again and I pray to God to send you again as my brother.
Sanjana,Sanjay, Sid, Shubh left a message on September 19, 2019:
We are very sad to hear that Jyoti Bhaiya is no more with us.I had visited him during all my trips to Milwaukee, and we had some great conversations. During one of my visits, my colleague Mike was with me. Jyoti Bhaiya offered him tea, and Mike rarely drinks tea, but he drank some that day. Later I asked him why he drank it and Mike said that he could not say no because of the way Jyoti Bh. asked. We will surely miss the presence of a truly lovable person. May his soul rest in peace and may God give strength to the Bhabhi, Kartik, Neha and family.
Raman Sinha left a message on September 18, 2019:
Very sad to know about the sad demise of Jyoti Bhaiyya. We remember his winsome smile and affections. Rest in peace, Jyoti Bhaiyya. Raman, Anupama, Avantika and Gaurav Sinha
Ashok and Kathy Parikh left a message on September 18, 2019:
We have many fond memories of our times with you. We raised our children together and shared our life experiences. You are truly missed.
Alok & Priti Sinha left a message on September 18, 2019:
We are deeply saddened to know that Jyoti Bhaiya is no more with us. We will, forever, cherish the wonderful time we spent together when he came to Seattle in June, 2009 or when we went to Milwaukee to visit him. In Seattle, we had a lot of fun together playing cards late night, telling jokes and watching movies. Though there was significant difference in our age, it never came in the way of our interaction with Jyoti Bhaiya. He will always remain in our memory as someone who was very jovial and fun to be around. May God rest his soul in peace.
Madhu Prasad left a message on September 17, 2019:
It is hard to put in words what Jyoti Bhaiya meant to us and how much he will be missed. He was my husbands elder brother and he was both elder in age and in relationship. However, he always treated me like his equal and as a friend. When we lived in Elk Grove and Rockford, we spent a lot of time together. We talked about Indian music and movies for hours back then. I felt I could joke and tease him easily without fear of upsetting him. I remember at his 25th wedding anniversary I had put together a little program where I teased him and he took it all in good spirit. He not only enjoyed it but he actually praised my effort. We had spent many good times together on family trips and at our respective homes. We have a lot of good memories. I am thankful that we arrived last week and got to spend some time with him before he passed away. He went in his sleep peacefully and I pray that his soul rests in peace.
Seema & Raj left a message on September 17, 2019:
Jyoti Bhaiya was a kind and loving person. Our condolences to all family members. May his soul Rest In Peace.
Smita Prasad left a message on September 17, 2019:
Sad to hear that he is no more. May chacha Rest In Peace.
Bhakti Prasad left a message on September 17, 2019:
Very sad news may god keep his soul in peace we pray for him
Anil left a message on September 17, 2019:
I lost my brother and my best friend on September 15th. Our siblings were much younger than us, so two of us grew together in India and were always at each other’s side. When I came to US long ago, I felt very lonely as I had no family here in the US. Then my brother joined me in US and we were a family again. He was such a pleasant, kind and unselfish soul. I will miss him, always.
Krause Funeral Home & Cremation Services left a message:
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