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Elizabeth Savita Kumar

December 24th, 1947 - March 4th, 2024
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Elizabeth Savita Kumar, age 76, passed away peacefully on Monday, March 4th, 2024 at her home.  She was born December 24th, 1947 in Lautoka, Fiji Islands. She was a child of Hari Singh and Phulmati.  With her family, she migrated to Canada on January 9th, 1977.  Elizabeth was a devoted wife to Rajendra for almost 55 years.  She was an incredibly proud grandmother to all her grandchildren. 

During her walks, Elizabeth would make countless friends who were drawn to her emanating kindness, friendship, and love.  She was a compassionate listener and anyone who knew her felt comfortable confiding in her, knowing they would be heard.  She would pray every single day for those who needed consolation and peace of mind from the Heavenly Father.  

Elizabeth loved spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren, who she always had time for.  

Elizabeth touched the lives of many and will leave an incredible void for all that she left behind. She is survived by her loving husband Rajendra, sons Bobby (Renuka); Vimmi (Gillian); and grandchildren Ishaani, Shreiya, Kina and Keenan.      

A funeral service will be held on March 12, 2024 at 2:45pm at the Maple Ridge Funeral Chapel to celebrate her life.  The live stream to watch the service can be found at the following link:


March 23rd, 2024

Aji taught me lots of things along the years, she was a very kind and loving soul to the people she knew, She will always be apart of us in our hearts. Rest in peace Aji, I will not forget you ever.

March 18th, 2024

Dear Aji, I will never forget all the things you have tought me. You were an example of how to love and to have empathy. I am so so grateful that I got to know and spend time with you, enjoying every moment of it. Your smile would brighten anyone’s day and it would always fill me with happiness.
Rest in peace, I won’t forget you.

Sydney, Australia (SYD)
March 13th, 2024

To my dearest Mausi,
You were the best person I ever met. As you rest in peace, know that you have left a legacy of love, simplicity, and profound wisdom. You left a mark in our hearts, and nothing will ever erase. It is indelible in our hearts.

Every time I visited Canada, you took care of me like your own son. It was such an absolute privilege to have seen you, hugged you and spent some memorable moments with you back in 2017 when I last visited Canada. It seems like only yesterday.

You have transitioned from this life to receive your heavenly reward. You were a living example of what Christianity really is. You were a epitome of strength, a beacon of light, and an example of undaunted faith. There would have been celebration at the triumphant entry of my Mausi into the glorious presence of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

2 Corinthians 1:3-4
"Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those, who are in any trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God"

To: Mausa, Vimmi, Gillian, Bobby, Renuka, Kina, Keenan, Ishaani and Shreiya. We offer you these words of comfort in your time of grief and loss.
Though the present night seems long and dark, we know God will give you strength to endure until he brings along a day when you can again focus on the sunshine and all that's pleasant in life. ❤️

Bobby, Lalin, Mum

Latika (Roshni Devi)
March 12th, 2024

Bhainji, We will always remember you in our hearts as you cuddled and loved us as your younger siblings. You took a path to the Lord ‘s house for better rest. RIP 😢

Indira Pal
March 12th, 2024

Dear Mami. Whenever I think of you, I remember your wonderful smile. I also remember your trifle - it was the best! I will miss you and will remember you fondly. RIP. ❤️🙏

Shelley Singh
March 9th, 2024

Dear Mami, whenever we think of you - your smile that brightens the room will always be remembered. May you Rest in Peace. Om Shanti Om 🙏🏽

Bhan Jang
March 9th, 2024

My dear loving Kaki although you have left us all on your heavenly journey we will still remember you as our loving kaki always calling to see how we were doing and blessing us to be always happy and content with life . I will never forgive myself for not returning your phone call a week before you left this world. We met at Jasper Williams Lautoka Elementary/secondary school. Then many years later you became our Kaki when you married our dear Kaka and we always maintained the relationship in Fiji and here in Canada, as you were simple humble and loving human being I wish your heavenly journey be happy and loving and Heavenly Father holding your hand always guiding you .

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