Nitinkumar Shukla (1955 - 2015)

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Nitinkumar Bhanuprasad Shukla, beloved husband, father, son, brother, uncle, businessman and generous benefactor, passed away November 8, 2015, at 12:10 a.m.
Born in Nairobi, Kenya, September 21, 1955, to Bhanuprasad and Pushpaben Shukla, the youngest of three children, Nitin was animated and mischievous with a quick wit from the beginning.
He was fiercely intelligent, independent, entrepreneurial and tenacious - traits that were as clear when he was working in a bike shop as a teenager in Vadodara as they were when he founded and continued to lead NetWeb Software (the most treasured of his many business ventures) for the last 20 years of his life.
Nitin brought endless passion to everything he did and everyone he touched. The power of his mind was only overshadowed by the depth of his heart. He loved thoroughly - as a resolute friend, a devoted father and
zealous husband.
Nitin and Dipti married December 14, 1984. Together they lived in London, Edinburgh, Long Island and later settled in Crystal River, Florida, with two young children.
They had a loving life, traveled the world and learned so much from each other. As a father, Nitin was intensely dedicated to ensuring the lasting happiness and prosperity of his children.
A brilliant storyteller, if there was a bellowing voice in the room telling jokes followed by an outburst of hearty laughter, it was Nitin. When you could recount one of his pride-filled stories about his daughters, nieces and nephews, you knew him.
He was impatient in his quest for knowledge, well-read, well-traveled, a lover of history, obscure facts and current events, exceptionally creative with strong artistic ability and was deeply charitable and committed to the well-being of others.
His friends and family thrived off of his brilliance for 60 years and will miss him greatly.
His spirit lives on in Diptiben N. Shukla, the love of his life for 31 years, his daughters Aditi and Madhuri Shukla, mother Pushpaben B. Shukla, sister Dr. Mohini Shukla, brother Dr. Manojkumar Shukla and many nieces, nephews, cousins and countless friends.
Published in Citrus County Chronicle on Nov. 11, 2015