Angad Sraon

June 28, 1996July 7, 2018

Angad Sraon was born on June 28, 1996 and passed away on July 7, 2018.



  • Visitation Tuesday, July 10, 2018
  • Religious Service Tuesday, July 10, 2018


  • Committal Service

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Kiranjit Kaur

August 2, 2018

Ang, You will stay with me forever

Mom Kaur

July 27, 2018

Eliana Goldberg

July 23, 2018


I’m at a loss, finding out today. You were one of my closest friends freshman year at Pratt. You brought sass, kindness, and laughter. We had our ups and downs, and I’m sad in how we ended up. I’m sorry that I couldn’t be there more for you and that you are gone so soon. I just want you and your family to know that you were and are still loved. You’ll always be in my heart.


Mom Kaur

July 23, 2018

I miss you Ang. We all do. Thinking of you always.

Amrita Singh

July 21, 2018

Our little Brother,
You were the smallest boy in the family. You have left us and gone to heaven so early. Probably it was destined to be like that …..

But for your mother there cannot be a bigger loss. Every time we spoke to her she used to talk about you. She was always so concerned about you. May God give her the strength to bear this irrepairable loss.

Our lives will never be the same. You will always remain in our heart. Everyone in the family will miss you always…….Love.

Your sis

Pankaj Puri

July 21, 2018

Dear Angad ,
I was seeing your photographs. You were such a handsome young boy. Can’t believe on what has happened. It is the most shocking news that we got. We had wanted to come and meet you. It was only few days back that we were thinking that if you could come and spend few days with us. But probably that was not to happen.
There is a very big void that has got created in our lives. Wherever you are may almighty God take care of you. We will always miss you.


Veronica Gonzalez

July 17, 2018

On my mind everyday. Honestly it’s nothing new we always talk about you and I would share your art work w the new artists that are just starting out so they can be inspired . I am beyond sad and hoping your family is doing as best as they can today. It’s been a rough time I’m sure. You are and have always been a beautiful person. A heart so pure and love that showed every time we looked at you. I know you are at peace and waiting for us to arrive and Ang I truly love you like a son. I will miss you here my heart is hurt and I just can’t imagine how your mom is feeling today. God send your family love peace and healing and the promise that they and all of us will reunite. I love you Angad always & forver.

Christiana Mangiapane

July 17, 2018


I know in my heart that we will see each other again some day. You didn’t know but I thought of you often. I could never forget someone who had such a kind, sweet and loving soul. Until we meet again old friend, rest in peace.


Jaspreet Kaur

July 16, 2018

Dear Angy,
There are no goodbyes for us. Wherever you are you will always be in our hearts.Those special memories of you will always bring a smile on our faces.I loved your art work and the painting you made for me will always have a special place in my heart and home.Angy,your were a good son and a loving brother to your sisters - Jess and Sim.You were unique and you taught us that it doesn’t matter what others think about us, the only thing that matters is our happiness.Treasured in our hearts you’ll stay.We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared our love with you.Losing you is no doubt a big loss to all of us but we know our God is taking care of you.You will always be missed. May your soul Rest in peace.

Jasjot Seron

July 16, 2018

Dear Angy,

I wish we had more time together to be more involved in each other’s lives. However, I am still thankful that we were able to spend some time, when I was in NYC. Perhaps that prompted us to get to know each other better over the past couple of years. Reflecting back at our lengthy conversations, I saw a lot of similarities between us, especially the ideology of not following the conventional path that society sets out for everyone to follow. I also saw how inquisitive, unique, witty and how wise beyond your years you were. You were incredibly empathetic, intelligent and had altruistic intentions. But most importantly your heart was pure and your aura was filled with love. I am sure if we lived closer to one another we would of shared some real awesome experiences together. Even though you were my younger cousin, you always encouraged me to follow my dreams and defy all odds and forget what the majority said. I sure needed to hear those words, when I was living in Queens. Especially from a gifted artist like yourself; your words naturally carried more merit. Perhaps more than you realized. I believe only the chosen ones are blessed and trusted enough with your types of artistic abilities. Only special souls like you can be so exceptional without even trying to stand out. You brought thoughts, feelings and unbelievable imagination to tangible life. Your art speaks more deeply than words ever could. As our hearts ache from your temporary departure, I pray you help everyone to find comfort and unshakeable faith in knowing that we all will meet again. As heaven wraps you in it’s infinite arms, may you continue to shine your creative light down to us all. When times get tough remind everyone that this is not our final destination but just a brief stop. Let everyone know that you are always here but only now in a different form. Until we will meet again, see you at the pearly gates.

We love you and will never forget you,

Love, Jasjot and the family