In memory of

Mahendra Prasad

October 11, 1959 -  March 23, 2020

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Rae Dulmage (Former colleague)

Entered March 23, 2020 from Carleton Place

So very sorry to hear of Mike's passing. He was an outstanding person to work with in all respects. He will be greatly missed.

Emmanuel Sopeju (Friend and colleague)

Entered March 23, 2020 from Ajax

A beloved and dear friend . He will be missed. Rest in peace Mike.

Donald Boynowski (Friend & Colleague)

Entered March 23, 2020 from Brampton

It was with extreme sadness that I read of Mike's death. We worked hard together, argued together and laughed hard together. He will be missed.

Anuja Singh 

Entered March 24, 2020 from Brampton

Sincere condolences to Arun bhaini and the rest of the families. May you be stronger this time for your kids and grandkids. Rest in peace Bhaiyah.

Griff Edwards (Co-worker)

Entered March 24, 2020 from Durham, North Carolina, USA

Mahendra will be greatly missed. As the man who hired me at UL, I could not have asked for a better person to be my boss, co-worker and mentor. Mahendra had one of the most inspiring spirits I've ever witnessed in another person. He was thoughtful and hardworking, taking his time to analyze a situation before acting; but, he also had a witty sense of humor that could turn any frown into a smile in an instant.
I will always remember going to Las Vegas with him and his son, Justin, for a conference, showing me his leadership qualities and his commitment to UL's mission. I will remember his kindness and generosity when he invited me to play indoor soccer with a bunch of his friends in Toronto. I will remember his and his family's hospitality and absolute love for life when he invited our entire work team over for dinner. But, most importantly, I will remember him as a mentor and friend and the man who gave me a chance.
Love, Griff.


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