In Loving Memory of Shaival Parmar

Son of Rajnikant E. Parmar and Madhuri Parmar, and younger brother to Sonali Makim. Shaiv has left an indelible mark on the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing him. Married to Feiruz Nasief, Shaiv was not just a husband but a devoted father to Naima and Reyhan. His heart, was pure and golden, he was a beacon of kindness that touched the lives of many. Always willing to lend a helping hand. Shaival selflessly cared for his parents, family, children, and spouse, and fought to get back together with them until his last breath. Shaiv’s love knew no bounds; he bestowed equal warmth upon Na’ima and Reyhan from day one, he called his parents every day to know they were ok and checked on Feiruz to know all was good with her. His boundless affection and zest for life radiated through everything he did, a testament to his unwavering positivity in the face of life’s challenges. Every day, he showered his family with love, making each one feel special and cherished. In all his endeavors, Shaival embraced every moment without regrets, savoring the beauty of life. His passion for travel and airplanes was contagious, and he infused everything he did with that same enthusiasm. An exemplary professional, Shaival excelled in his work, taking pride in his success and shouldering his responsibilities with unwavering dedication. He was great at building and nurturing long lasting relationships, he was a great friend. His love for music was something to see, enjoying each note and rhythm with genuine delight, getting transported to places with that song and repeating it again and again. No matter where in the world he found himself, Shaival ensured to carve out a special moment each day to call and extend his warm wishes. He devoted himself entirely to his children and family. Shaival’s love was a steadfast anchor in their lives. It was a decision well made to choose him as father and life partner, he proved to be the best dad his children could have, leaving an irreplaceable void. Shaival Parmar, known affectionately as Shaiv, Shaivo or Babo, will be eternally missed. As we navigate life without his physical presence, we pledge to carry forward the positive lessons he imparted. In our hearts and achievements, his spirit will live on, and we will strive to make him proud, just as he made each of us feel loved and cherished. Rest in peace Dear Babo.
All are invited to Shaiv’s viewing and funeral Saturday January 13th at McCafferty Funeral & Cremation Inc. 6711 Frankford Ave. Phila., PA 19135 (between Unruh & Knorr Sts.) from 9:00am-10:00am. There will be a service in the funeral home from 10:00am-11:00am. Further arrangements will be held privately by his family. If you would like to order flowers for Shaiv’s family, you may contact Rieh’s Florist (215-627-3571).