Bimla Kumrah

Bimla Kumrah was born in Sialkot, Punjab, British India on August 14, 1927 to Roshan Lal
Trehan and Phoola Wathi. She was the second oldest of six siblings. Bimla got married iı 1959 to Harbans Lal and was blessed with two sons. After marriage, she spent most of her adult life in Patel Nagar, Delhi, India. In the early 80’s, she, along with her husband and two sons, settled and started a new life in New York. They later left NY to set their family roots in Orlando, Florida

She was a devoted sister, wife, mother, aunt, and grandmother. Bimla now reunites with her son Ashwani in heaven. She leaves behind many to cherish in her memories- a caring husband, Harbans, son, Praveen Kumrah, two daughter-in-laws, aıd six grandchildren.

In the hearts of those who loved you, you will always be there. As you were, you will always be, treasured forever in our memory.

To honor the family’s wishes, there will only be a private service.

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