Lakshmanan Ganesan

Lakshmanan Ganesan

July 28, 1959 - July 20, 2012

Lakshmanan Ganesan

July 28, 1959 - July 20, 2012


Lakshman Ganesan passed away on July 20, 2012. Despite living what some might consider a short life, he used his 52 years of living to their fullest. He was born in India in 1959 as the youngest of two sons. He moved to Mumbai, India in the 1980s. There he met and married his wife in 1985. They had two children and moved to live in California. Lakshman is a beloved son, brother, husband, father, uncle, grand-uncle and friend to those he leaves behind. He is survived by his mother, brother, wife and two children. He will be missed.

Memorial services for him will be held this Wednesday, July 25th, 2012 from 10AM to noon at O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Pkwy, Laguna Hills, CA 92653. Spiritual services will be held on Saturday, July 28th, 2012 from 4PM-6PM at Sikh Center of Orange County, 2514 West Warner Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92704.

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8 responses to Lakshmanan Ganesan

  1. M V Krishnan says:

    I have very fond memories of Lakshman with whom I had a close association during the formative years of his career as a Computer Programmer in BSES. We worked together in many projects and I found his enthusiasm very infectious. He had a very brilliant and analytical mind and was very quick to find solution to any difficult problem. His penchant for minute details and the ability to perform difficult tasks stood out. His ready wit and smile along with his affable nature made him innumerable friends. He had great respect and regard for his seniors and used to always address me “Sir”. I liked his beautiful hand writing and used to entrust him with manual documentation job. Reading comics and books were his hobbies. He loved Asterix and Tin Tin comics and I remember to have borrowed a few from him. I still have a book of Federick Forsythe gifted to me by him.
    To think that the young Lakshman, whom I knew, is no more, is very painful and sad to me. My heart goes out to Poonam who has suffered this irreparable loss. I can only pray to God to give her sufficient courage and fortitude to bear this huge loss and somehow fill the vacuum created by this tragedy.

    To live in the hearts you leave behind is not to Die.
    Good-bye my friend. RIP.
    M V Krishnan

  2. S KUMAR says:

    It is shocking to hear the premature demise of Lakshman at the age of 52 .
    My association with Lakshman dates back to early 80s . He was my colleague in erstwhile BSES in Mumbai, India . He was really very hard wordking, intelligent during his initial days of career & above all he was a good hearted , family loving person .
    My heart felt condolences to Poonam & pray God to give her enough strength to her, his children & other family members to bear this irretrivable loss . RIP Laks :(:(

    S. Sampath Kumar

  3. C M JOSE says:

    Never thought such a wonderful , happy and healthy Lakshman will ever depart us.We pray to GOD to let his soul rest in peace . Our heartfelt condolences to Poonam & family …….from c m jose (BSES) & family

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