Siddhartha .

Obituary of Siddhartha .

Siddhartha passed away on February 9th, 2021 with his parents and uncle at his side, ending a long and brave fight with multiple bouts of Leukemia.

Siddhu was a loving and cheerful boy, always spreading his warmth and smile around. He had a huge positive impact on the people he met. Even during the tough and arduous journey for the past few years undergoing chemo, he was always smiling and always funny, cracking jokes with the doctors and the hospital staff, they had to protect themselves from his Dinosaur and Snake bites while near him. 

He was the strong one in the family whose positive spirit helped mom and dad cope with the tough times. “Don’t worry, I am feeling better already” was his go to line. He went through the treatment like a champ always positive and hopeful. We would sorely miss his “Dino School” where his dinosaurs taught us about dinosaurs and science and his carnivores vs herbivores fight games for the silver crystal. He had a huge passion for Dinosaurs and wanted to become a paleontologist when he grew up.  

He is survived by his loving parents Sireesha and Madhu, grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins.

With Love

Siddhu's family.

Visitation and Funeral services:

The viewing will take place on February 13th 2021 (Saturday) from 12:30 PM to 2:15 PM EST at  

M.J. Murphy Funeral Home 

616 Ridge Rd, 

Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852

 

 

Our heartfelt thanks to the following individuals and institutions in supporting Siddhu in this fight.

The Doctors and Staff at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

The volunteers and staff at The Ronald McDonald House of Charities, Philadelphia.

AADP.org, BeTheMatch.org, Datri.org, GiveBlood.org, ManaloniManishi.org, NMDP.org,  Save A Life IYC and TANTEX

Teachers and staff of The Millstone River school.

The Staff at Windsor Happy School

Siddhu's classmates and their families

Sireesha and Madhu's colleagues.

Grand Parents, Uncles, Aunts and cousins.

and many friends and friends of friends who came forward during the Bone Marrow donation drive.

 

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