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The obituary notice of Onkar Singh TAMBER

Derby, Published in: Derby Telegraph. Notable areas: Southall, Long Eaton, Langley Mill, Nottingham

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Onkar SinghTAMBERknown to many as 'Tamber', passed away tragically on the 23rd November 2021 aged 66 yrs. Onkar was the beloved son of the late Tarlock Singh Tamber and the late Jaswant Kaur Tamber; a fun-loving brother and uncle who lived for the moment. Onkar leaves behind a rich legacy of generosity, always offering a helping hand. Close family and friends mourn the sad loss of a man who had the courage to take on the world! Funeral to be held on Friday 3rd December 2021, service at 10.30am - at Trent Valley Crematorium, Derby Road, Aston-on-Trent, Derby, Derbyshire, DE72 2AF.
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11/01/2022
Meena Pabla:Dear Onkar, It has been a week now since we said our fina...10/12/2021
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Left by Ian:
05/12/2021
Satnam Kaur NZ:My brother Onkar even though we were physically far apart yo...03/12/2021
Gurbaksh Kaur:From the New Zealand we are devasted by the news. We have ...03/12/2021
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02/12/2021
Surg Tamber:Onkar, my brother, now that you are gone; you are no long...02/12/2021
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02/12/2021
Gurbaksh Kaur :From all the New Zealand family we are devasted by the news....02/12/2021
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11/01/2022
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Dear Onkar, It has been a week now since we said our final farewells. You left us too soon, we didn't get to give you the send-off you deserved. Speaking to those who mattered most – close family and friends; those who really knew you throughout your lifetime, we will all treasure every moment – fun times, hard times but always caring times.
Nobody is perfect, but everyone was born with a loving heart, sincerity and goodness. Regardless as to whether circumstances change people; let’s just remind each other that we are all in this world together, and we try to do the best we can. Remember our love will always remain and always be restored wherever you are.
The family times we all shared at Northumberland Street, Cambridge Street, ‘61’ and Peartree; together with your happy times in Heanor are filled with memories to cherish forever.
You definitely made a name for yourself, from being a keen athlete at Rykneld and someone who actually enjoyed maths; going on to have your own market stall, renting marquees and doing whatever else came your way.
You were someone who often ventured into the unknown; helping those who could help themselves but chose not to. All we asked was for you to take time for yourself, take care and be true to you because you deserved it. We fought for you as hard as we could, but the decision to give you a chance was taken out of our hands. Now all we ask is for you to rest in peace.
You may be gone for now, but you live forever in our memories and in our hearts. It has not always been an easy ride but as a real family that Dad and Bibi nurtured and brought together; we have shared a lifetime of memories many filled with laughter, joy and happiness – memories nobody can ever take away. Love always, Meena xx
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05/12/2021
My brother Onkar even though we were physically far apart you always will be in our hearts. I will cherish the memories we had together in the UK. You had a heart of gold and always were willing to help everyone. My children adored you and loved staying up late with you to watch WWF. You made us feel so welcome. Miss you a lot and love you forever. Guru Maharaj apne charana vich niwas bakshan.
Satnam Kaur New Zealand
Satnam Kaur NZ:
03/12/2021
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From the New Zealand we are devasted by the news. We have such wonderful memories of Onkar. His fun nature his loyalty and laughter made us feel at home. Neither time nor distance has faded these memories. He will be forever in our hearts and thoughts. From your sister Gurbaksh NZ
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03/12/2021
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Left by Tarenjit Pabla:
02/12/2021
Onkar, my brother, now that you are gone; you are no longer here to share the bond we had together. A generous hand and active mind, a loving brother and faithful friend. To have a brother like you was a special gift; regardless of everything we always healed any rifts.

You were someone special, such a joy to know and you put up a fight, not wanting to let go!

My brother lives with me in memory; yet within my heart, I feel you are always by my side.
Those we love don’t go away; they walk beside us every single day.
You went away so suddenly, we did not say goodbye, but brothers can never be parted, and precious memories never die. My thoughts and prayers are always with you. Surg
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02/12/2021
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Left by Terry Walker:
02/12/2021
From all the New Zealand family we are devasted by the news. We hold such dear memories of Onkar neither distance nor time has faded them. His loving nature, his ability to make everyone laugh and make us feel at home has never been forgotten. He will continue to be in hearts and thoughts may he rest in peace.
Your sister Gurbaksh NZ
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02/12/2021
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