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Mr. Deepak Inamdar one of the 1st Indian migrant to Ireland Died in Rathfarnham, Dublin..

Dublin: One of the earliest Indian settlers in Ireland and a prominent figure in the Indian community. Deepak Inamdar passed away.

Deepak, who was a regular presence at all Indian cultural events held in Dublin, was in the early leadership of many organisations, including the Federation of Indian Communities in Ireland FICI, Confederation of Indian Communities in Ireland (CICI).

Deepak Inamdar (May 22, 1941–December – 29th December 2023) Late of Rathfarnham, Dublin 16, and India. Deepak left this life peacefully in his sleep and is survived by his loving wife, Hansa. Deepak will be sadly missed by his daughters, Bhavna and Smruti, son Tarun, and grandchildren, Jashan, Jatan, Amaya, and Selma. Brothers, Champak, Vasant, and Sanjiv. Son-in-law Benjamin, daughter-in-law Vanessa, nieces, and nephews Urva, Mihir, Jigar, Shraddha, Nishant, Kanish and Heta. Sisters-in-law Hemlata, Smita and Neha, extended family, relatives, friends and neighbours.
Deepak’s cremation service will take place on Monday, January 8th, at 14:30 at Newlands Cross Crematorium. For those of you who are unable to attend, the funeral service will be streamed live.

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