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March 25, 2012
Each year as we inch toward April I get so sad, Nas... I wasn't built for this. I miss you, and I hope that wherever you are you are happy and can watch hockey and racing. Man. I really hate this time of year.
May 10, 2011
My deepest condolences to Nasser's Family. It was with a heavy heart that I received the news of Nasser's passing. My father and his are close friends, so I have many memories growing up with Nasser in Northwestern Indiana. And when I think of those times, one of the most constant pictures in my mind is that of his father hugging him and saying how happy he was with his boy. Nasser had to know he was loved. He certainly will be missed.
April 14, 2011
My condolences to the Family.
I worked at Amazon.com with Naskar for 2 years. I worked close enough with Naskar for him to make an impact on me at the workplace. I noticed his obituary in the newspaper I grabbed while enroute starting my vacation in the car. To my surprise I seen the death of Nasser. Could not believe my eyes. Notified all the employees I knew of at Amazon to inform them of the shocking announcement. Naskar was his own person. He was a hard worker & jack of all trades in the workplace. Remembered all the times he stuck piece work numbers in my face. Laughing his butt off because he made the quota for the day, while I was still struggling. I later found out he new how to fandangle the scan gun to get it done. Shiester! I stuck it in his face when I found out he was cheating. We laughted it off. I will remember ribbing him when he brought the replica wrestling championship belt to the Amazon workplace that he bought online. OMG! He was so proud of it until we brought up some good points on "Where you gonna wear that Naskar?" Yes, Naskar was in a class in itself. He was their for the workers, and openned up to me, which was a side I never would of expected because he kept to himself. He did have a good heart, and confided in me with his personal life and work orientated issues. Naskar, why did this happen? It's not fair. I did not know it would be the last time I would be speaking to you when I met you at Houlihans with some of the Amazon bunch. You will truly be missed.
November 27, 2010
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