Narendra A. Singh
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Narendra A. Singh

Narendra A. Singh, (N A) age 81 of Mesa, AZ died on Saturday, November 1 2020. He was born in Barielly, India to Martin H and Ethel Singh.

N A Singh retired as Avionics/Electronics consulting Engineer from Boeing Helicopters, Mesa AZ after working in Electronics and Defense companies in the USA and India. He was a graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan University, NE and ME from Catholic University, Washington DC. N A enjoyed playing tennis, cricket, and skeet shooting. He is survived by his daughter Linda, sons George, and Amit, granddaughter Rebekka, sister Lata (Mani) Abraham, and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and brothers Rajendra and Virendra. No funeral services are planned per N A's wishes.

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Published in The Arizona Republic from Nov. 18 to Nov. 19, 2020.
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November 26, 2020
Anil Bohil message about Narendra brought this incident to show how good a person he was.
1969 we were invited for a dinner by Mr Ramachandran a South Indian colleague at HAL. He mentioned he will be serving “Sambaar “. NA did not know South Indian dishes, having gone hunting for Zambar ( wild animal from cow family “ he was expecting a sumptuous meat dish. But Sambaar is a thick vegetable soup.
Almost to the end of the meal he asked where is meat of wild cow? very apologetic.
We had to explain that Mr Ramachandran is a Brahmin and vegetarian. He meant the Sambaar vegetable soup!
He smiled and we all had nice vegetarian meal!
Mani Abraham
November 24, 2020
I was fortunate to know Narendra in 1969 when he came to India for a brief stint and joined Hindustan Aeronautics. He was a very soft-spoken, kind, humorous, and honest person. Since then, we always got his welfare through our common friend Mani (and his sister Lata) Abraham. He lived such a beautiful life. We are so sorry for the family’s loss. May his soul rest in peace.
Anil Bohil
November 20, 2020
He was a wonderful college friend and tennis doubles partner at Nebraska Wesleyan Univ.
Richard E. (Dick) Watt
November 20, 2020
NA or Hannu as he was known in the family has been a colleague, brother in law, and friend for over fifty years.
He was a brilliant electronics/avionics engineer with inventions in aircraft systems. He could think outside the box and had an instinctive knowledge about these systems.
Narendra was always after knowledge and well read on many subjects including unconventional ones like aliens and origins of human race. His knowledge of Hindu scriptures and vedas was amazing.
He excelled in Tennis and Skeet Shooting.
By nature he would help someone when he saw a need. But he could also be somewhat out of sight and out of mind kind of a person. His devotion to his family endeared him to many.
He left me with many wonderful memories that I will cherish all my life. Till we meet in Our Lord’s presence!
Mani Abraham
Mani Abraham
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