Ranjit Kaur Guraya

Ms. Ranjit Kaur Guraya passed away peacefully in Calgary on March 29, 2021 at the age of 41 years. She will be dearly missed and lovingly remembered by her family and friends.  Funeral Ceremonies will be held on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at Country Hills Crematorium – 11995-16 Street, NE, Calgary at 10:00 am.  Due to COVID restrictions, capacity is limited to 20 people.  Attendees are encouraged to bring their own rumals. To view a livestream of Ranjit’s Funeral Ceremony please follow this link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87500218915

16 Obituaries

  1. Tarandeep

    Ranjit was a beautiful soul, her beautiful compassionate care & love will be missed. May Wahaguru ji keep you safe & at peace. You were an amazing friend. Loads of love.

    • Em

      I love Ranjit. She was my closest friend. She loved her family a lot her mom, her nieces and nephews. We’ve known each other since she started working at Shaw and since then we tried to keep in touch whenever we had time. I was so shocked that she is gone. I haven’t seen her since the pandemic started and just chatted on WhatsApp. I’ll miss her. She is the sweetest friend I had.

      • Jon Borromeo

        I worked with Ranjit for several years. She was brilliant, kind, funny and wore her heart on her sleeve. She was always a great listener who saw the best in people and will be dearly missed.

        • Lyle Mix

          I was saddened by the news of Ranjit’s passing. I will remember her for her positive spirit, her ability to involve others, and her intelligence. As her leader and colleague for a period, I was very impressed with how she engaged others and became a cohesive force for the team. I remember when she came back from a trip from India and gave me a silver elephant as a gift, I will treasure that small gift, it sits on my desk today.

          My deepest sympathy to those closest to Ranjit. This is a big loss, at such a young age.

          • Seema Sandhu

            I haven’t seen Ranjit in years but remember as a little kid playing with her. My family lived with hers for a while and our fathers were best friends. I was shocked to learn of her passing. May you Rest In Peace Ranjit and I know Daddy’s little girl is with her beloved Dad up above now??

            • Aaron R.

              It is with a heavy heart that I receive the news of her passing. I worked with Ranjit for a number of years and the thing I remember the most about her is that she was always smiling. She had the ability to lift up the mood of any room. It was a delight to work with her. My heart goes out to her family and close relatives.

              • Pawel

                Ranjit , sorry I had no chance to say good bye. You are awesome !!!

                • Kris

                  I learned of Ranjit’s passing today and am beyond devastated. Ranjit and I worked together, shared more than a cubicle wall, we shared laughter, lunches, many conversations, she is one of the kindest souls I’ve been fortunate enough to have in my life. She radiated warmth, compassion and her technical knowledge was astounding. My thoughts and prayers are with her mother, numerous cousins, family and friends of which she spoke about with such love. I’m absolutely heartbroken.

                  • Shawn Kelly

                    Ranjit’s passing is tragic loss of a highly talented young woman. My condolences to her many family and friends who were enriched through knowing her.

                    • Pauline Wu

                      My sincere condolences to Ranjit’s friends and family. While I didn’t have the opportunity to get to know Ranjit closely, she worked with one of my teams at Corus and was always so helpful as well as simply being a pleasure to collaborate with. I am so sorry to hear of her loss.

                      • R Hall

                        Ranjit was just so inspiring and fun to work with. She had an infectious attitude, and was smart, sharp, talented and had a passion for getting things right, but with sincere modesty and humility. But you had to be authentic and thoughtful to earn her respect enough to be in her circle, and she was tight with her teams. She brightened the room when she smiled, joked around (like hiding Zarko’s nutella, or getting the team to give me, the least fashionable guy in the room a fashion-poke with a BOSS goblet), and laughed a lot – I’m heartbroken to think I’ll never be able to joke about life’s little quirks over some veggie lunch with her ever again.
                        Ranjit – I’ll miss you very, very much – I’m so grateful for you letting me be just a little part of your life. The world feels so much heavier without you in it.

                        • Deborah

                          Ranjit was a good friend during our years working at Shaw. She was so creative, smart, funny, genuine, and caring with the best laugh ever. I have so many fond memories of her. Condolences to her family and friends.

                          • Don Neurauter

                            I was saddened to here of Ranjit’s passing. Many good memories of our time together at Shaw. I was always impressed by her knowledge, pride in her work, and devotion to her team. Thoughts and prayers are with Ranjit’s many friends and family. May her memory be a continued blessing to all.

                            • PB

                              So saddened to hear of the passing of Ranjit, I worked with her for a couple of years, and while it took some time to get to know her; she was delightful to know once you got there. She was witty, brilliant, and the very best kind of sarcastic. She will be sincerely missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. My sincerest condolences to her family and close friends, she was a very unique and special individual.

                              • Kat

                                Sending all of my love to my beautiful friend Chandan, and to the family and loved ones of her dear cousin Ranjit. May you all find comfort in knowing Ranjit will carry on in your hearts. My sincerest condolences to you all ??

                                • Peter

                                  Ranjit and I were classmates in Engineering school and we spent many hours working together to get projects finished. After engineering, I contacted her about working at Shaw, and she was a real friend for assisting me with working on my new position. I am saddened about her passing, and now feel a void, as we confided in each other of our struggles and successes. Ranjit was indeed a positive spirit with the ability to persevere through challenges, a testimony to her ability to fight through in support of what she believed in and in support of her friends. She is able to rejoin her loved ones that have passed on and one day, we will have that lunch again, to chat about the good old times. Thanks for being an inspiration. You will be missed.

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