Jainendra Satanand Sharma

Jainendra Sharma of Calgary, beloved husband of Anita Sharma, passed away suddenly but peacefully on March 23rd, 2020, at the age of 53 years.

Besides his loving wife Anita, Jay is survived by his mother Vidyawati Sharma; his daughters Andrea Sharma, Julie Prasad and Amanda Prasad; sister Angela Williams; brother Jagen Sharma, as well as numerous grandchildren, nieces, nephews and their families.

Jay was born in Suva, Fiji, son of Jagdish and Vidyawati Sharma. He graduated from Gospel High School in Fiji. In 1987, he moved to Canada and married his beloved wife Anita Sharma. He worked very hard to build a career from the ground up, leading to management in the hotel industry and eventually, landing his own business as a courier driver. Jay had many hobbies, which included playing for a Fiji soccer team, collecting and building antique cars, and cooking! He loved being in the kitchen trying new recipes he would learn from the food network.

He will be dearly missed by his family and friends.

7 Obituaries

  1. Vimal Pillay

    I will dearly miss your corny jokes, long conversations solving worldly problems, and your infectious laughs! My Calgary trips will no longer be the same. You will forever be in our hearts, my Brother. Till we meet again, Rest in Peace!!!

    • Rita Rattu

      Rest in Peace my bhaiya Jainan. Will be missed very dearly. Still can’t believe that you left us all so sudden. But God is in control. All Glory to God. Our blessings to family. Amen.

      • Anjla Williams

        My loving caring and sharing baby brother
        I don’t have words to say to you now
        I am in a great shock bhaia
        Can’t believe you are gone in to Eternal rest
        Who will I call now my rajah bhaia and talk for hours
        I had the best days with you the one week I spent with you last month when you cooked me the best prawn curry and lamb stir fry
        Love you always bhaia
        Enjoy heaven with daddy bhaia Jijiaand all our loved ones
        Maa is Heart broken and very much hit by your quick and sudden death at her age 84
        Love you always bhaia and will dearly miss you and your kind heart and you my handsome bhaia
        Rest In Peace
        Psalm 23 :4
        Even if I go through the deepest darkness
        I will not be afraid Lord
        For You are with me
        Your shepherd’s rod and staff protect me
        Goodbye bhaia till we meet on that glorious morning

        • Anjla williams

          Love you my baby bhaia
          Rest in Eternal peace with daddy bhaia Jiji and all our loved ones
          Bhaia I had the best 1 week with you when I was there
          We talked and laughed and the great thing is that you asked our dear maa to sit around ant that this time will not come again
          You made me the best prawn curry ever and I had to ask you the recipe which you gave me is now my secret. Thanks bhaia and your stir fry so yummy
          You will be missed dearly my handsome good brother
          Love you always and miss seeing the person you were/are
          Love from our maa who is heart broken
          and saying she should have gone and not you
          Rest In Peace
          Psalm 23 :4
          Even I go through the deepest darkness
          I will not be afraid Lord
          For You are with me
          Your shepherd’s rod and staff protect me


          • Anijla Williams

            My baby bhaiya, gone too early. If I had known you were going so soon I would have stayed a little longer with you. The week spent together was the most memorable and best. We had so many chats and laughs together with amma. Those days will not come back. You cooked the best prawn curries ever, I’ll keep your recipe a family secret. Thank you for that. Maa is so heartbroken by you leaving and is sad to see you go before her. I will miss our phone calls. Psalm 23:4 Even if I go through the deepest darkness I will not be afraid Lord for you are with me. Your shepherd’s today and staff protect me.” Amen. We love you always bhaiya and dearly missed my handsome brother. Rest in eternal peace til we meet on that glorious morning.

            • Ashna Tiwari & Bobby Manhas

              We will always remember your jovial nature, how much you used to make fun of me and call me ‘pagli’ I will miss that so much. You were a wonderful Kaka, husband and father and I know your with god now. RIP Kaka

              • Chris and Emma Williams

                Mama, we will miss you! We are still trying to process your sudden departure. We will forever treasure our times together. Your memories- etched in our hearts! Fly high mama, till we meet again.. love you lots, Chris, Shanti, Anica, junior and Dani.

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