Rohit Kumar Jayaswal

November 14, 1971February 25, 2018

Rohit Kumar Jayaswal was born on November 14, 1971 and passed away on February 25, 2018 in Hosuton, Texas.


  • Visitation Wednesday, February 28, 2018
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, February 28, 2018
  • Witness Cremation Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Rohit Kumar Jayaswal

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Vinod Naik

March 1, 2018

I can't believe my best friend Rohit Jii is no more!! I am in a shock ever since he left us. He was like my elder brother more than a friend. We use to look out for each other every time. I spent lot of time with him in talking / planning our life, our kid’s future and all. I cannot digest the fact that he is no more.
I am deeply saddened to see the pain his family going through. I used to talk to him almost 5 days in a week and we used to meet regularly on the weekend. We brought the home together in one community, brought everything for our homes together. It was always fun for my family and his family to go out for shopping for anything and everything for our home. We had so much of fun in shopping.
Rohit jii was a dreamer. He always used to dream big and plan for achieving the dream. I admired him for that. He was such a nice and kind soul that I don't think he has anyone in the world who hates him. He was so much dedicated to his work and very honest. He always gave his best of best for anything he did.
He always has a smile on his face. I miss him every day. I miss our everyday our hour long phone calls. I wonder why God took away him from us and left his family in deep pain. He was very religious and had a lot of faith in God. Just wondering why God is so unkind to him when he has so much of faith in him. This is not fair to Rohit Jii.

Rohit Jii, wherever you are, you will always be in our memory every day. Rest in peace Rohit Jii...You will be missed!!

Manish Sharma

March 1, 2018

It is an extremely sad news that Rohit is no longer with us. A go getter who believed in getting things done rather than wait for things to happen he was always ready and excited about an adventure. Sad to see him go so soon.

Hitesh Kumar

February 28, 2018

Rohit Bhaiya it is hard to believe what has happened ,I always remembered you as a keen sportsman on field.You will always be in our thoughts may god give solace to your family.RIP

Kamal Ahuja

February 28, 2018

I will always remember Rohit bhai as a warm hearted and gentle person. His calm nature and beautiful smile will stay with many of us for ever. Rest in peace brother.

suneet bahri

February 28, 2018

Rohit - fondly called POJI amongst the friends. 36 years down the memory lane, we had a small fight in the school assembly, that later turned into a friendship for life. A strong athelete, calm and a family person. Even when I moved out from Dehra, he was always there visiting my parents whenever he was home. They always felt comforted by his presence in my absence. Rohit would often call me and we would always talk at length about the good old days in Dehra. His memories would never fade and continue to be an integral part of my life.
May the Almighty rest him in peace where ever he is and give his family the courage to overcome this difficult time.

Gyanendra Kumar

February 28, 2018

Hard to believe that Rohit aka Kobu as we used call him affectionately in college and Delhi University is no more amidst us. A strong man not just of raw physique but also of morals just loved one and all. We were fast friends and shared so much together. Absence makes the heart go fonder and this permanent absence is absolutely painful. May his noble soul RIP.

Sunit Agarwal

February 28, 2018

Rohit was my close friend from school. I cannot believe I will not see him again. I only remember him by "Poji" which I used to call him. He was my very very good friend and I am deeply saddened by his sudden demise. We both cycled together to school everyday and enjoyed each other's company. I pray to God that his soul rests in peace and give strength to his family to get through such difficult times.

Tunde Ojo

February 27, 2018

We live in small world because on Sunday afternoon, I pulled into a sub-division and saw at least a dozen cars parked outside a house close to my parent’s home. At first, I thought it was a party going on but as I drove by, I recognized at least 6 individuals amongst the group outside the house who are also on the Oxy project. I pulled over to inquire on what they were all doing in the neighborhood only to find out that the house belonged to Rohit and he had passed away. I had no idea he lived so close to my parents as I frequent the area a lot.
I saw Rohit as a kind and gently hearted soul who was always willing to put his work aside to assist you with your questions. The amount of people that were outside his home on this afternoon only goes to testify to the kind of individual he was and this is a great loss to his family and friends. My prayers go out to his family and may his soul rest in peace.