April 30, 1946 – September 26, 2019
Devdas Suvarna, 73, of Richmond passed away September 26, 2019.
Devdas was born in Bombay. He was passionate about old Hindi music, loved collecting wrist watches, fixing broken things by breaking it some more and was very artistic. He was a quiet man who loved helping people, always the first one out the door, if anyone needed help. Devdas enjoyed punctuality and he was a man of his word. He also loved fashion and being well groomed. He believed in health via fitness, did yoga everyday for 40+ years. Devdas is survived by his wife, Sunita, daughter, Lisa; and son, Amit; along with cousins and a sister.
A Mass of Christian burial will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, October 14, 2019 at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Glen Allen. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church.
Rest in peace Mr Suvarna. Our condolences to the Suvarna family.
Dwarkesh dham society
Our most heartfelt condolences to the entire family.
Glojer D’Souza and all of us at home.
Rest in peace Devdas. Have very fond memories of you in our association with you for many years.
Our heart-felt condolences to the bereaved family.
May your soul rest in peace. Amen
Our heartfelt condolences on the loss of an extremely beautiful person. Even though we interacted rarely, he was Amits dad my friend from college. He was the superman to us kids.
While his kryptonite took him closer to the lord, we hope to have his blessings showered upon us in every part of our existence.
Uncle, you will always be remembered and cherished by many forever, cause your seeds of selfless love have bore many fruits.
Surely, do remember us in your heavenly abode.
Heartfelt condolence to the blessed family.
Uncle, You will be fondly remembered. Your caring, affection and cheerful presence will remain with us. I will miss the Red wine with family
Heaven’s shine as you leave for your eternal journey. The sky has turned brighter with your presence.
Rest in peace.
God bless sir and take care
Heart felt condolence to the family may ur soul rest in peace
I take this few moments to pay tribute to my friend Late Devdas Suvarna.
He was known to me since 1995 almost two decades. I recollect after a decade he moved to US to join his daughter. He was v good friend to me, with his personality he was firm & confident men. He was member of our area association United Social Welfare Association a public trust at Dahisar west. He worked with us for area development Social Cause & Justice. However he always stood for justice fought for injustice.
Diego your neighborhood is so strong on day of sad demise of your father September 26, 2019 heart breaking news basis msg from Mr. Slyvesters the same morning I visited your Mumbai Dahisar West, Dwarkeshdam Home found Quadras family stood by you. That’s great indeed great support while you lone in sorrowful moments is much appreciated🙏
I wish to extend my heartfelt condolences to Late Devdas Suvarna and family at this hour of grief, And I also pray that god give you and your family the strength, perseverance and courage to come out of this.
Stay strong and you shall come out of this!
May his soul Rest In Peace ☦🛐🙏
with Prayers and Gods blessing
Andrew John Fernandes
Miss u dad so much may ur soul rest in peace
Heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family.
We from Bldg # 28, Khernagar, Bandra, India still remember your immense contribution and hardwork during the festive season Diwali & Christmas in decorating the entire Bldg with Kandeels (Lanterns), lights, and the pictures on the wall by your cousin. Your departure is sad, though you leave behind all those find memories, adieu…..
I was shocked to hear the sad news. I have lost a great and dear friend. We pray the love for the lost is forever carried in your memory. My prayers are with you and family.
May his soul rest in peace. Our heartfelt condolences to the loving family.
We will always remember you as our loving neighbor and friend during our stay at bldg no.28 Swasadan.
May uncle soul Rest in peace
Was just surfing my own name being same. Shocked to note then about Devdas’s demise. Our heartfelt condolences. I still remember his visit with wife Sunita and son to our house in Pali Hill, Bandra long back in 2001 or so.