Amrik Singh left this world too sudden on the morning of December 11, 2018. Amrik, also known as Ricky, was a beloved son, husband, father, brother, uncle and friend to many. Tuesday morning he passed by cardiac arrest in his home and took a piece of all of us with him.
Amrik Singh was the baby of the family, the youngest of five siblings. He left behind his wife Rajni Bala and three young children ages six, nine and twelve. Amrik found happiness through his wife and children; he went to all heights in order to provide the best life possible for his family. The months leading up to his passing, he was working on remodeling his home; getting it repainted, buying new furniture, throwing out and donating excess items, and organizing his entire household. Amid all these positive changes, he left us. They say life is too short but for him it was much too early.
Amrik was such a positive and easygoing man. He faced numerous pitfalls and constant obstacles in his life and now things were finally looking up for him. It seemed like things were getting better; he was getting his life and family on track, but he left in the midst of this seemingly uphill success.
Through his 51 years of life here with us, he touched so many of our lives. He will truly be missed and never forgotten.
Funeral services will be held at 11am on Saturday, December 15, 2018 at the Fry Memorial Chapel. Located at 550 South Central Avenue, Tracy, California 95376. Immediately following the funeral service, please head to Gurudwara Sahib Ji located at 11770 West Clover Road, Tracy, California 95376
May God bless Amrik Singh, and may he rest in eternal peace.
“I remember spending so many hours with Amrik Mama at Red Carpet Liquors. As a young girl, I would hang out between my dad’s store and Amrik uncle’s store a bunch, spending hours eating, watching tv, and playing games behind the cashier desk. Amrik mama would always spoil me with Mexican food from the Taqueria next door. I came to love Mexican food and burritos because of him. We also used to play the game board Sorry behind the counter in between him taking customers. Amrik mama was a part of my childhood. He was always so nice to me, so giving. He definitely spoiled me growing up. I will never forget our times together.” - Kiranjeet Kaur