Lekh Vati Gupta

December 25, 1936 - March 30, 2020

Private Hindu Pooja Service and Cremation

Lekh Vati Gupta, age 83, of Lisle, IL, formerly of Wilmette, IL, died Monday, March 30, 2020, at her residence. Beloved wife of the late Madan Lal Gupta; dear mother of Navyug, Navyash, and Navdhish; loving grandmother of Kavish, Kiran, Rukshana, Raghau, Prerna, Keya, and Priyanka; fond sister of ten. Private Hindu Pooja Service andContinue Reading

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Hema left a message on April 5, 2020:
Dear Navyug, Navyash and Navdhish. I don’t know how to heal your pain but I wish I could!! A beautiful soul full of love and affection has ascended to heaven away from us but closer to God !! Missing all the conversations we had for hours together almost every day !!😢😢 i was the only one perhaps whom she could speak her heart out to! I pray that God may give the strength to you all to bear this irreparable loss!! I will miss her dearly 💔 Hema mami ji
Ramesh Gupta left a message on April 5, 2020:
My late sister Lekh was a treasure of love,affection and a binding force for our entire family. Her looks and whole personality reminded me of our mother and once again I get a feeling of an orphan with her leaving for heavenly journey. May her pious soul rest in eternal peace. Ramesh.
Raj Dani Kiran Chiara Kabir left a message on April 5, 2020:
We will fondly remember the vivid stories of her rich life, her generosity compassion and motherliness. We will miss her at Diwali at our home. Condolences from the Awatramani’s
Julia and Bob Hooper left a message on April 1, 2020:
Nav, Suma and family, We are very sad to learn of the passing of your beloved mother Nav. We know firsthand of the love shared by all of you each day in your care of her. Peace and grace to you all. Our deepest sympathy, Julia and Bob
Ila Sharma left a message on April 1, 2020:
Rest In Peace Aunty. You were a strong, intelligent, brave, tenacious, deeply caring and oh-so-huggable a woman to all those who loved you. As a little girl - you were my teacher and someone I looked up to - you had a career and managed a home with three boys - who were the apples of your eyes. You did it all - you cooked, cleaned, taught, brought three kids into this world - and secured their successful futures with your hard work and love- they never lacked - you made sure of that. That love for your family sprung from you like a glittering fountain and we could not but help be enveloped in that love when we were with you. Your passion for life, your caring and perseverance - was the best lesson you leave us with. And now you are with the almighty - I see you as clearly as bell - chatting Her/His ear off! We will miss you Aunty - but you are here always- in your kids and grandkids who will continue that zest and fountain of life that you so avidly built. Love always: ila
Haben Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
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