Remembering the Legacy of Manjit Singh Johal: A Life of Love, Family, and Laughter

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On February 20, 2024, at Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga, ON, Manjit Singh Johal, a cherished soul at the age of 74, peacefully departed this world, surrounded by the love of his devoted family. Born on January 30, 1950, in Phillaur, Punjab, to the late Pritam Singh Johal and the late Surjit Kaur Johal, Manjit’s journey led him from Punjab University Chandigarh Law School to Canada, where he found love and married Nirmal (Nimmi) Kaur Johal (nee Dosanjh) in 1975.

Manjit’s legacy is woven into the vibrant tapestry of a thriving business and a beautiful family. His memory lives on in the hearts of his beloved wife Nimmi, his children Raman (Sumeet), Navneet (Gaurav), Jasmeet, and his grandsons Shaan, Jeevan, Dillon, and Vishaal. In his retirement, he reveled in family, cultivating gardens with Nimmi, basking in the sunlight on the patio, and delighting in the company of his four grandsons.

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Survived by his brother Paramjit Johal and Nimmi’s siblings Kamal Dosanjh, and Ujjal Dosanjh (Former premier of British Columbia & Health Minister of Canada), Hartirath Sahi, Manjit leaves behind a legacy that stretches through a large extended family of cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends. His enduring presence will be remembered for the joy, strength, loyalty, generosity, and the laughter and songs he brought to every moment. Grateful for the time shared, we reflect on a well-lived and deeply loved life.

Some of the dignitaries that paid tribute to Mr. Manjit Singh Johal were Hon. Kamal Khera Minister of Diversity, Inclusion and Persons with Disabilities of Canada, Hon.Prabmeet Sarkaria, Minister of Transportation of Ontario, ⁠Hon. Nina Tangri Associate Minister of Small Business of Ontario, ⁠Deepak Anand Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development, Amarjot Sandhu Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Infrastructure, ⁠Iqwinder S. Gaheer, M.P (Mississauga-Malton), Patrick Brown Mayor of Brampton., Harkirat Singh Deputy Mayor of Brampton, ⁠Satpal Johal vice-chair peel region district school board, Gurbax Singh Malhi Former M.P, Hon. Navdeep Singh Bains Former Minister, Vicky Dhillon former Councillor Brampton, Hon. Harinder Takhar former Minister.

Parvasi Weekly Inc.


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