Thomson In The Park Funeral Home and Cemetery

1291 McGillivray Blvd, Winnipeg, MB


Dr. Ranjodh Singh Rehal

March 14, 1949September 7, 2019

Dr. Ranjodh Singh Rehal, a man of extraordinary talents, transitioned this life on September 7, 2019. He is survived by his wife, three children, sister and close relatives and friends.

He was an artist, a musician, an intellect and a hilarious man. He knew anything about everything, could make a room laugh and cook delicious meals on a whim. His dream of becoming a doctor was realized and all the patients he helped admired his personality and generous heart.

Services will begin on Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 2:00 pm at Thomson “In the Park” Funeral Home, 1291 McGillivray Boulevard. Followed by prayers at Singh Sabha Gurudwara, 4000 Sturgeon Road.


  • Funeral Service Sunday, September 15, 2019


Dr. Ranjodh Singh Rehal

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Cindy Goettler

September 18, 2019

Rani, I am extremely saddened to learn of your husbands passing. I can only imagine the pain of your family’s loss. I am keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers and hope it helps to know that others are thinking of you all. Sincere condolences, Cindy Goettler

Gurneeka Chana

September 17, 2019

To my Grandpa Canada as I used to call him. I was fortunate to see him a few times and each of these moments were precious to me. The first time I remember seeing my Grandpa Canada I remember being so happy to be able to meet another part of my family. I remember on my Canada trip these moments in Winnipeg where some of my favourites. I remember buying popcorn from Edmonton mall and I remember being excited to share this with my Grandpa Canada as it was one of his favourites. Even after seeing all the attractions of Canada sitting down and talking to my Grandpa topped them all. Each time I would speak to him or see him he would amaze me with his kindness and how wise he was, every conversation I feel like I learnt something or came away with something. His warm face and smile will always stay in my heart. He leaves with a legacy of the love and kindness that is shown in my puaji’s and chachaji and my Grandma Canada. I hope to also live my life with the kindness he showed.

Guru xx

Bhavdeep Rehal

September 15, 2019

I love you Papa

harkirat hunjan

September 14, 2019

I can still see my buddy standing in the pavilion at kisumu boys high school holding weights in his hand. He was always there at 6 pm. He also encouraged the youngsters to join him. Basically the gym would have shut if it was not for Ranjodh.He got a lot of people involved some names I recall Pali,kuldip, Khalid.He believed in looking after oneself, keep physically fit.he was there for every one,helping & encouraging.This encouraged him to study medicine. It’s wasn't easy in those days. His determination, to help others, led him to seek his medical career. He came to lreland which he considered his home as far I recall. Basically he was a Irish sikh! He had a unique talent in music in harmonica, tabla, singing! He will aliven any party! Ranjodh married Rani also related to me and moved to Canada. My buddy , sorry I never visited you in Canada. You invited me with open arms. That was his nature. I prey you RIP & God give strength to your family., 2 of your children have followed your pathway to study medicine. It’s all your making & guidance.. Wahe guru bless your soul. Miss you buddy!👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Suresh and Muni Mysore

September 14, 2019

I remember the affable Ranjodh we first met. I also remember his steely determination and his devotion to his family. He will be missed and never forgotten.

Aditya Garg

September 13, 2019

We will miss Ranjodh’s wit and companionship over the years that we lived down Assiniboine Avenue from the Rehal family. There were family connections going back to Kisumu in Kenya. We remember his excellence in the practice of medicine, and perpetual readiness to share stories and music. His was a great soul. Deepest condolences to Rani, all the children and other family members. Hari Om!

Aditya & Smita Garg (Fargo, USA)
Aditi, Avni & Aneri (Canada)

puran kasbia

September 13, 2019

We are very sorry for your loss and pray to Waheguru for his soul rests in peace.
It was a pleasure to meet him a couple of times when we visited Winnipeg.
Please let us know if there is anything we can of service.

Puran and Diljit from Ottawa

Shashi Seshia

September 12, 2019

Deeply grieved to hear of his untimely passing. A beloved family physician and wonderful colleague at MAAP. My condolences to the family.
Shashi Seshia

Unni and Liz Nair

September 11, 2019

So sorry to hear the sad news, Rani. We are currently in Scotland and won’t be able to attend on the 15th. Please accept our deepest condolences and be rest assured our thoughts and prayers are with you and all the family.

Unni and Liz Nair