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Sivaram Krishnaswamy

Sivaram "Krish" Krishnaswamy

Monday, September 29th, 1958 - Tuesday, October 13th, 2020
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Obituary

Sivaram “Krish” Krishnaswamy, 62, affectionately known as “Kittoo”, of Shrewsbury, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 13, 2020, in the comfort of his home, with his loving family at his side.

He leaves his devoted wife, Meena; their loving daughter, Akshaya; his doting mother, Susheel Sivaram; his sisters: Revathi Ramakrishnan and Veena Anand; his best friend, Nadir Jon Minocher; his nieces: Namagiri, Ananditha, Advaitha, Meenakshi, Priyanka, and Nikita; his nephews: Rajiv, Tushar, and Anand; as well as countless close friends and extended family, whom he loved dearly. Krish was predeceased by his father, the late Krishnaswamy “Bobby” Sivaram.

Krish was born on September 29, 1958 in Bombay, India, before moving to Bangalore, India where he was raised and educated. He completed his schooling in order to become a Certified Public Accountant, a career in which he excelled and succeeded. Krish previously worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Digital, Compaq, and Hewlett-Packard (HP) before branching into consulting.

Krish was a man of many interests, including Hindu mythology, science fiction, Roman history, Japanese culture, French culture and language, New England Patriots, Tai Chi, and films. Krish also greatly appreciated classic French and English literature, and was known to be a voracious reader of Shakespeare’s work.

Services will be held privately at the BRITTON-SHREWSBURY FUNERAL HOME, 648 Main Street, Shrewsbury, MA. We will be streaming the service through Zoom for friends and family, who can be contacted for the call information.
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Rajiv Ramkrishnan

Posted at 12:37am
Trip down memory lane with Kittoo Mama!
Another memory I fondly remember with Kittoo mama is taking me with him on my first flight ever when I was 12 years to Bombay as Meena Athai was there, expecting with Akshaya! It was fun and that was also the first time in a long time that I had quality “Mama” time - just the 2 of us! He took me to the Taj hotel (again first time ever for me there!) and gateway of India telling me interesting stories throughout our journey across the city as he had lived in Bombay during his schooling years! I also remember how I almost lost him at VT station as I ran to sit in the local train, window seat and suddenly he was missing. Fortunately, the train didn’t leave, I spotted him and I ensured that no way I’m going to leave his side! He never scolded me, but I vaguely remember he getting a earful from Meena Athai when we got home! Lol! However he just looked at me smiling.
I remember how he used to drive, taking Meena athai & me late night in Bangalore to Richie Rich Ice cream parlour to eat Butterscotch ice cream sundae!!!
His laughter was always infectious, loud and unique! Unforgettable! I am so glad that he spent quality time with me, some unforgettable moments with my daughter- Ananyah, especially when he was in Bangalore alone for a short trip! He used to practice Tai Chi and my little one probably she was 3 or 4, was imitating his tai chi steps early in the morning along with him! Lol!
As Akshaya reminded us all of my gentle Bear of an uncle, I don’t think I can ever forget his mysterious affection towards me and his unique laughter! Thank you for being there in my life and giving me wonderful moments to cherish always!
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NeelaPanch.

Posted at 11:07am
Our heartfelt condolences to Meena and Akshaya. Kittoo will be always in our heart.
Such a simpleton and full of affection... Our prayers for his soul to rest in peace. With you both always... Deepest feelings Rudranna and Neelamanni.
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Dipak & Bharati Biswas

Posted at 10:36am
Our deepest and sincere condolences to the Family. Krish will be remembered as a true gentleman and a loving human being. You are now in a blessed place at the feet of Lord Krishna. May your soul rest in peace. Om Shanti. - From the Biswas Family.
LA

Loney Antony

Posted at 09:32am
Kittoo and I go back to 1985 when we both started our respective careers at Price Waterhouse Bangalore. Kitto was family for me during my bachelor days in Bangalore.From 1985 to 1989 Kittoo probably spend more time in our bachelor pad than with his own parents. That bonding has been there for these years till now. When i went to his Shewsbury residence in May 2019 and left his house I had mixed feelings... my mind said that he that he may not be with us for long but my heart did not want to let go of a beloved friend. When i used to go for audits with him he used to carry two bags, one small bag for his clothes and a big bag for his books. what a voracious reader he was. During my professional days lot of my knowledge on art, history, music, books, astrology, movies, Japanese martial arts has mostly come from just listening to him. I used to love working alongwith him. Thanks to him I joined DEC computers later and we were a great team together. After Kittoo went to US our lifes went apart but we were in constant touch with each other. He would make it a point to visit Mumbai every time he came to India, although his base was Bangalore. Kittoo... I will really miss you, but hoping that this parting was God's will to take you away from the physical pain of your illness that you were going through. Your childlike smile will always be etched in my mind. Rest in peace. Adios my friend... Loney
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Prab

Posted at 08:56am
A true friend and a gentleman.

Remembering all those days we spent watching football games and thriller movies.
Discussing astronomy, mythology & technology.
Your taste for fine music systems and knowledge on Roman history and literature.
And of course, those travels during New England summer, having great food and drinks.

All these will be cherished forever and will be missed.

Adios my friend, rest in peace !!

-PRABHAKAR
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