Kailashben H. Patel

Kailashben H. Patel

August 01, 1940 - February 11, 2013

Kailashben H. Patel

August 01, 1940 - February 11, 2013


Kailashben Patel, 72, of Laguna Hills entered Heaven’s gates at 1:36 pm on February 11, 2013.

Kailashben was born on August 01, 1940 in India. She married Hargovind Patel (surviving) in 1957. She immigrated to America in the winter of 1971.

Also surviving are her daughters and sons-in-law: Aruna & Charlie Norton, Nayna & John Lilegdon, Ela Ford, Lata & Brian Boyd, loving grandson Craig Norton and countless family members and friends around the world.

A long time resident of Chicago and California, Kailashben loved gardening, cooking and caring for her family.

A memorial service will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, February 15th 2013 at O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills, CA 92653. In lieu of flowers the family has requested that donations be made to a charity of your choice in her honor, a blood or monetary donation to the American Red Cross or a warm meal be provided for her husband.

Kailashben Patel embodied compassion, strength, selflessness and love. Words cannot describe the amazing gift and blessing that we were given to have her in our lives. Nothing brought her greater joy than to love and care for her family and friends. The depths of her hospitality were boundless; she offered her home, support, kindness and love to so many and never expected anything in return.

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31 responses to Kailashben H. Patel

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  1. Judy says:

    I feel so blessed to have known your Mom – I picture her smile and it breaks my heart that she had to leave us. My life is better by being touched with knowing her and her quiet way. I will truly miss her. Love Judy (&Greg)

  2. Dru says:

    Your mom’s smile was contagious and her warmth was a presence in itself…she will be missed by all those she touched.

  3. emily robles says:

    I was so blessed that I was given the chance to take care of Mommy Kay (that is how I fondly call her, with her consent of course). She is a beautiful person inside and out, a very caring and giving person. I will never forget her asking me one day when my wedding day is because she wanted to attend it. Mommy Kay will always be in my heart, and will always be included in my prayers…forever. As my tribute to her, everyday I make it a point to light up one of the candles that the family gave me as a gift last Christmas. To Dad and the rest of the family, I will always be here for you guys…

  4. emily robles says:

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