Prashad, Jankie

Prashad, JankieJankie Prashad, 61, of Hartford, passed away peacefully Wednesday, October 29th after a courageous three year battle with breast cancer. Born in Guyana, South America, June 1st, 1953, she was the daughter of the late Munilall and Bephia (Narine) Mangar. Jankie is survived by her daughter, Amanda Prashad of Hartford, seven sisters and numerous nieces and nephews. Friends may call at The Ahern Funeral Home, 180 Farmington Ave., Hartford on Sunday (Nov. 2) from 2:00-6:00pm. Funeral services will be held in The Ahern Funeral Home on Monday (Nov. 3) at 10:00am followed by burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Hartford.

Calling Hours

Sunday, November 2, 2014 from 2:00-6:00pm

Funeral Service

Monday, November 3, 2014 at 10:00am in The Ahern Funeral Home - Hartford

Burial

Cedar Hill Cemetery in Hartford

Memorial Contribution

14 Responses to 'Prashad, Jankie'

  1. Priscilla Judson says:

    Jankie was by far the best bank teller I have ever encountered! Both
    Sovereign Bank and Santander Bank were fortunate to have such a dedicated and competent banking representative in the business. Jankie always inquired about my son as he and Amanda are of the same age. Your Mom was immensely proud of your endeavors as a pharmacist, Amanda. I did not know she was sick but missed her prescence at the
    bank in Manchester. Jankie will always be in my prayers and thoughts.

    Best regards,
    Priscilla Judson

  2. Jankie was my coworker a pleasure to be around she will be truly missed my deepest sympathy to her daughter stay strong

  3. Pamela Piscitelli says:

    Jankie was not a sister in law she was like a sister you will be missed..we were fortunate to know you…you are now a beautiful angel in heaven…my sympathy to my niece Amanda and your sisters

  4. Simi Ramdhan says:

    “You can cry and close your mind,
    be empty and turn your back.
    Or you can do what she’d want:
    smile, open your eyes, love and go on.”

    I am not there. I do not sleep.
    I am a thousand winds
    that blow.
    I am the diamond glints on snow.
    I am the sunlight
    on ripened grain.
    I am the gentle autumn rain.
    When you awake in the
    morning’s hush
    I am the soft uplifting rush
    of quiet birds in circling flight.
    I am the soft star that
    shines at night.
    Do not stand at my grave and cry
    I am not there.
    I did not die. -Anon

    Dearest Amanda,

    I found myself in the last couple of weeks reminiscing about your mom. I will remember her as a loving, lighthearted, gentle woman who used to keep my mom with three children company. Weekends were a special ritual, crab catching then an afternoon stroll to the Whim matinee Cinema. Great for the women and us children with no men being in charged.

    As for dying it not an old cliche that “we are born to die.” We are just not taught to contemplate the beautiful meaning of both life an death before it’s too late. I share with you that death and dying is just as important as living because it challenges us to remember NOW to be a better person each day, to reflect on how we live and love. The Universe is limitless and so is the essence of our energy.

    So Amanda you are always loved and we are all here for you. I send you big, warm hugs and kisses and all the love you can imagine. Love, Simi

  5. Christine Stiso says:

    Anyone who knew Jankie knew what a Lady she truly was. I am blessed to have had her as a true friend. I will miss her in my life. My thoughts and prayers are with Amanda and her family.

  6. Hira and Sunita Jain says:

    Dear Amanda,
    We knew your mom from the bank. Soon we became friend and shared stories of Indian holidays and customs. She greeted everybody with a big smile and a very assertive voice. She was always ready to help no matter how busy she was. I do not know what one can say but with time the sadness will turn into fond memories. She will always be missed.

  7. Sheri Hall says:

    No words can express the hurt that we are all feeling, not only was you a funny, wonderful Auntie you were an amazing, brave, inspirational lady, I have some very happy memories of us, of both which will stay in my heart forever you have left a gap in my heart which can never be filled. Your memory will live on in your beautiful daughter (my beautiful cousin)rest in peace if Mandy ever needs anything she has a whole big family to look after her, me and my family included. Time to say goodbye but you will never be forgotten… sleep tight until we meet again one day
    your loving niece Sheri <3 <3

  8. kenny cooper says:

    I had the pleasure of working with Jankie at bj’s Wholesale club Part-time. She was a very kind soul. My condolences to the famliy. Rest in peace Jankie.

  9. Misook. Katie Suh says:

    A beautiful soul entered the heaven. She makes the heaven wonderful. She also left us a precious gift, Amanda. Wishing Amanda strength for today and comfort in the days ahead.

  10. Condolences to Amanda,the sisters n loved ones

  11. My condolences to Amanda,the sisters,Herman n loved ones

  12. Joanne Browning says:

    I am very sorry for your loss. I am a customer of the Bank and every time I went in to the bank Jankie was always so pleasant and friendly. We always had such good conversation. She will be truly missed. I felt a good friend in Jankie. Always looking beautiful.
    I am very sad for her daughter and her sisters. My thoughts and prayers are always there for all of you.

  13. Ahilya Prashad says:

    My heart goes out to my niece Amanda.I will always be there for you. Your mom my was not only a sister-in-law, she was my friend for over 40 years.
    I will treasure the memories of her forever.

  14. Rachael Mischke says:

    What a beautiful Woman. My heart and prayers are with you Mandy. Sending you my deepest condolences in this sad time. She will now be the Angel in heaven that guides you.

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