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November 15, 2023
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Subash Amin, an 80-year-old retired engineer who worked for the Bell System, passed away peacefully at RWJ Somerset on November 15, 2023. Subash, who lived in Bridgewater for over 50 years, was physically fit and able to climb ladders and scale roofs. However, just a few days prior to his death, a sudden stroke left him debilitated and he quickly passed away.
Subash was born in 1943 in the small village of Ghayaj in Gujarat, India. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Manipal University in India. He came to the United States for higher studies and got his MS in Electrical Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken. He worked for the Bell System for over 30 years and served in a variety of engineering, management, and sales capacities at Western Electric, AT&T, and Lucent and retired in 1998.
While he was a student at Steven in Hoboken, Subash met his wife, Pushpa, who he married in 1970.
Subash enjoyed music with an extensive group of local friends and played harmonium and drums. He also worked part-time at Hamilton Elementary School and enjoyed the kids at the school. Both of these activities gave him joy and community recognition. He was also an active volunteer in providing health services to the Indian community in Central New Jersey.
Subash is survived by his wife, Pushpa; one son, Pankaj; older brother, Pravin; and many nieces, nephews, and extended family.
Services will be held from 9:30AM- 11:30 AM on Monday, November 20, 203 at Franklin Memorial Park, 1800 State Route 27, North Brunswick, NJ 08902.