Vipinbhai U. Patel


Vipinbhai U. Patel, age 65, of Paramus, NJ passed away on Wednesday, May 6, 2020.  Born in India to Umedbhai and Revaben Patel, he immigrated to the United States in 1985, residing in Connecticut and Massachusetts before settling in New Jersey in 1991.  Vipinbhai was the proud owner of Krauszer’s in Glen Rock since 1991.  A selfless and devoted family man with a strong work ethic, his greatest joy came from spending time with family and friends. 

Beloved and devoted husband of Manjarika Patel.  Loving father of Janakkumar “Jay” Patel and wife Richa and Vishalkumar “Vishal” Patel.  Cherished grandfather of Aarya and Eshani Patel.  Dear brother of Saroj, Arvind and Vinubhai Umedbhai Patel.

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I am so sorry to hear of his passing. He was always so kind and pleasant. He always had a smile on his face. I send my condolences to his family.
Nancy Raccuia
Over last 30 years, we used to stop by often to buy milk and chat with Vipinbhai. We knew his store would always be open and regular customers would be happlly chatting with him. We were very sorry to hear about his untimely passing. May His soul Rest In Peace and may God grant strength to his family. —-Mohan and Medha Deshpande
Medha Deshpande
Jay, Manjarika, Vishal, and Family, So shocked and saddened to hear of Vipin's passing. What a special person he was to know and work with.I will miss seeing his smiling face. God grant him eternal rest.
Tom Leifer
a good man. He will be missed.
kevin gerard davitt
So very sorry about your loss. Vip was a kind and beautiful soul, and an asset to the Glen Rock community. Years ago, when our kids were little, we had a Friday night ritual, where grandma would takes the family out to dinner at the Kosher Nosh, followed by a trip to Krauszer's for dessert. VIP was always delighted to see the kids running into the store, and even gave grandma a break on the price. Twenty-five years later that is still a wonderful memory, and so typical of Vip's sweet nature. He will be missed terribly.
Marty Wolman
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