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Veena Mago

03/02/1945 - 04/17/2022
Service Date: 04/22/2022
Service Time: 2:00 PM
Service Location: Bunker's Garden Chapel

In life, we loved you dearly, in death we love you still. In our hearts you hold a place, no one else will ever fill.

While the passing of Veena Mago has left our hearts with emptiness, we have years of loving memories and moments which will never be overlooked. Today we remember an individual who taught us what it meant to serve their loved ones and support their family at any cost. Veena’s care for her family & her unconditional love is the key ingredient which holds her children and family together, always and forever.

Veena Mago was born on March 2nd, 1945 in Lahore,Pakistan to parents Om Prakash Anand and Poolarani Anand. She was the jewel of her parent’s eye and the beloved sister to Anil and Arun Anand. As a middle child, Veena continuously loved and supported her family who often was a confidant and loving companion to her parents, siblings, and loved ones.

As childhood came to its closure, Veena’s adulthood flourished. She met her loving companion, Om Prakash Mago in Delhi, India. They both tied the knot with the blessings of their family and loved ones on December 7th, 1964.

While leading a new life through marriage with Om, Veena and Om welcomed a beautiful family with four wonderful children. Naresh, Mamta, Arti, and Amrish. As Om and Veena grew their loving family in Delhi, they always reminded their children the importance of being good people before anything else. Veena especially taught them what it meant
to be the glue of family and to always keep everyone together. These values were never forgotten by all four of her children and something which they carried over in their own families.

As more time progressed Veena and Om aimed to settle their children in the United States for an abundance of opportunities. Veena and Om’s family grew beautifully with Ruchira, Ruchi, Jiten, and Rajiv. Through the decades, Veena was the grandmother to 8 beautiful grandchildren, Jagrit, Yuvika, Ansh, Yagya, Hriday, Khushi, Mahima, and Tiya whom she all had a massive hand in raising and will forever remain in their hearts. The values instilled in her family will always be passed down to all the coming generations.

On this day, we are saddened by her loss, but we shall never forget her legacy, for she is responsible for 3 generations of family, who were raised with love, care, and bliss. Veena was the epitome of what it meant to be the string which holds a family in union, we hope to carry her teachings & actions and be that same string.

Arrangements by Bunker’s Garden Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.

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