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The obituary notice of Bharat Kumar (Dr Bert) JINDAL

Huddersfield | Published in: Huddersfield Examiner.

Golcar Independent Funeral Directors Ltd
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Bharat KumarJINDALRetired GP of Longwood & Speedwell Surgeries. On 9th June 2024 at home, Bert passed away peacefully aged 68 years. Dearly loved and loving husband of Beverly, a much loved father of Sita, Arjun and Priya, also a dear brother of Rajat.

A Service of Celebration for Bert's life will take place at Huddersfield Crematorium Fixby on Monday 1st July at 1.15pm.

Family flowers only please by request, donations if desired may be given in support of either the National Autistic Society or The Longwood Sing. At the families request No dark mourning clothes.

Enquiries to Golcar Funeral Directors Ltd 01484 644650.

Will friends please accept this intimation and meet at the Crematorium.
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Tamara Goddard
10/07/2024
Bert was one of my oldest friends and I valued him greatly. Although there were long periods in which we were out of touch, he will always have a special place in my heart. He was a man that you could always depend upon to value you as a person and I always felt valued as Bert's friend. Bert was a really good guy and I was very sorry to hear that he had died. My prayers and good wishes are with Beverly, their children and Rajat.
Love and Peace.
Adam Kirby
Adam P Kirby
08/07/2024
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Donation left by Joseph Schembri
01/07/2024
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In memory of Bert, loved and will never be forgotten, love Elaine, Nev, Jenni and Rob
Donation left by Neville Yard
01/07/2024
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I met Bert at Bristol Medical School. He was a standout student and a very special doctor and GP. He always understood what a privilege and responsibility it was to be able to help people, patients and families at time of need and distress. He always gave of his very best. He always had time for everyone and fought for the individual and for the community. He remains an inspiration to colleagues and students and will always be so. What a star!
Donation left by Martyn Hughes
27/06/2024
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I met Bert at Bristol University Medical School. He was a stand out student and a special doctor and GP. He always understood what a privilege and responsibility it was to help people, patients and families at difficult times and he always gave of his very best. He stood up for individuals and his community and was, and still is, an inspiration for colleagues and students of all ages and all disciplines. He was the warmest of people who always had time and interest for everyone. What a star.
Dr Martyn Hughes
27/06/2024
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As well as being a respected local GP, Bert worked hard to uphold traditions that add character to Longwood. He was involved at a very early stage with interventions that prevented the Mechanics Hall falling into ruin, allowing others to follow on in later years to gradually build what is now a vibrant centre for community and private events, theatrical productions and leisure activities. Up to the time of his death he chaired the Longwood Sing committee, working hard to ensure that the ‘Mother of All Sings’ remained relevant in a world that has changed out of all recognition since its inception over 150 years ago. He will be greatly missed at annual events such as the Longwood Sing and Carols by Candlelight at St Mark’s Church, and as an active member of the wider Longwood community.
Susan Sechi
17/06/2024
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Susan Sechi
17/06/2024
A wonderful man and outstanding GP. My and my family GP 35 for years , always had time for his patients. Always there for a crises. The world is a sadder place without him. My love to his dear wife and children. Margaret & James Carroll.
Margaret Carroll
16/06/2024
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Donation left by Anonymous
15/06/2024
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