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In Tribute to Yudh V.S. Jain
54 years old.   Residence: New City, N.Y.
Died in World Trade Center

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Reading tributes to Yudh in past tense is difficult because he is still so very much with us. With your tolerance, I will think of him in present tense.

Soon after 9/11, I had this vivid dream - they had found bin Laden and I rushed to tell Yudh that they should cut him into 4,000 pieces, one for each victim. Yudh smiled as if gently scolding me. I woke up, instantly realizing how wrong I had been. Yudh is most kind, the gentlest of gentles. He would never kill anything or anyone, so why would he agree to such cruel thought?

Because he is forgiving, he never has unkind words. Despite his brilliance, he is never brash. He lives simple life, works hard, yet touches us all with his gentleness. Too bad bin Laden never knows Yudh, otherwise he would have learned humanity and compassion.

Last time I saw Yudh, it was two days before the WTC attack. As I said goodbye, he said that we would get together again. How I wish I could give him a big hug for that final farewell. My friend, keep your promise and meet me in my dreams.

David Kwoh, Yudh's friend

*** Posted by David Kwoh, Friend and former colleague on 2006-06-07 ***

Dear Cheena and the rest of the family,

I just wanted to let you know that I was deeply saddened by the events and especially of your Dad. I knew your dad from the beginning of Simcon.We had offices next to one another for a while and we always got along good. Of the things I always remembered about your Dad ,one was, that he always wanted to do it the right way, correct, accurate.
I always told him " Judh, you are too smart for this place", he would always laugh, put on that grin and say, modestly "I am not that smart, this is just the right way to do it."
He was bright, and he had a good way of looking at life. He was a good man and we will all miss him.

*** Posted by Fred Czubba, Co-Worker from Simcon on 2006-06-07 ***

My father's greatest dream was his family and he, my mother, my sister and I like precious jewels. He was the perfect provider and lived for nothing else but to see us smile. I owe him everything I am and everything I will be and I want nothing more than to become the dreams he had for me. I love him dearly and he will be my guardian angel forever.

*** Posted by Mona Jain (daughter) on 2006-06-07 ***

My dad was an amazing person; he was my best friend. We shared so many memories together. He was kind, gentle and loving. All he ever wanted in life was to see his family happy. I love you and miss you, daddy. I know that whatever I do and wherever I am, you will be shining down on me. You were a great father, husband and friend. I was lucky to have had you in my life.

*** Posted by Vandha, the daughter of Yudh V. S. Jain on 2006-06-07 ***

There are no words to express my admiration for my husband's great talents. He obtained his master's degree and doctorate in chemical engineering from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln through a merit based fellowship that brought him here from India at the age of 18. He later obtained another PhD in computer science as well. I always used to tell him his first wife was his studies, not me. But still, despite his devotion to learning, he never tired of being a good father and provider and always treated me like a queen and his daughters like princesses. He lived for his family and his work and never for himself. He never complained about late hours or his many duties at home. Often, when I was angry with him for coming home late or having neglected some minor chore, he would simply smile and wait for the storm to pass with a smile on his upper lip. He is greatly loved by his co-workers, community and friends and he has touched all he has met with his gentle and quiet calm. Always there to lend a helping hand at any time of day or night, Yudh is a generous, unselfish and wonderful man who I will cherish forever in my heart.

*** Posted by Sneh Jain (wife) on 2006-06-07 ***

Yudh is a person, when people meet him, wanted to meet him
over and over again, when he smiled , everone wanted to see him smiling over and over again, he would help anyone who ever would have come in his way, he was so pure and gentle no one and nothing could make him angry.
he always told me why don't you see positively, life will be much better.many time I think, was he a real person or an angle, who came  in my life for a short period of time and gave me life time pain. how  should I get over this pain.
is there anyone who can help me, he told me once I will be there for you to help you cover you and bundle you  with my warmth, where he is now ?he  is such a gentle soul who ever he touched, people's life has been changed with some kind of memory, with his love, with his intellegent , with his knowledge or with his tender loving care

if you can not come here, I am waiting to come to you soon
because my soul is dead.

love always

*** Posted by Sneh jain on 2006-05-26 ***

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