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Sharma AshokSHARMA, Ashok Kumar - (1950 - 2019) - Ashok Kumar Sharma moved on from this beautiful Earth on December 5, 2019.

Ashok was born to Anant Ram and Shanti Sharma on August 13, 1950 in Bilaspur, India. As a child, he excelled in academics and being the best brother to his six wonderful siblings. He was known as the only one of the five brothers who never got in trouble with his parents and simply always did as his Mother said. A good boy he was.

Moving to Canada in the early 1970’s, Ashok drove to lead a life of prosperous health, happiness, and to start a family of his own with the principles instilled in him by his loving parents and siblings.

He enjoyed a beautiful marriage with his loving wife Indu for over 41 years, creating memories and friendships along the way that filled his lifetime with the happiness he sought.

When you ask someone anywhere in the world what type of man Ashok was, they all say the same thing. Ashok was a gentle, mild, honest man who never wanted anything more than the basics of life. The luxuries of life are what he wanted for those he loved. Ashok brought peace to a room with his gentlemanly words and smile while always showing respect to those around him, young and old.

Ashok’s best friends were his family. He wanted his wife to always smile, his daughter to always laugh, his son to always have more, and his siblings to be proud of him.

He is survived by his loving wife Indu, daughter Priya, son Mohit and his wife Bhavna, grandchildren Shalin and Veera, and his six wonderful siblings.

Visitation at Meadowvale funeral centre, 7732 Mavis Road, Brampton on Monday, December 9th from 9:00 a.m. until time of funeral service there at 9:30 a.m.