In memory of
Tal Mirza
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In memory of
Tal Mirza
Tal Mirza Palm Springs - Tal Mirza, 76, of Palm Springs, passed away on August 26, 2019. He was born in Faizabad India, on March 9, 1943, to the late Sharf Huddin Ahmed Mirza and Ruquia Hayat Mirza. He was the loving husband of Kathleen Weremiuk for 30 years. His three siblings, Ishrat, Farrat and Farida predeceased him. He earned his bachelors and masters degrees at Antioch University. He had several careers. Managing a tea plantation in Bangladesh for 10 years, working for 20 years in the Hospitality Industry where he rose to the rank of General Manager and finished his career spending 15 years as an ESL instructor an UCLA and the Los Angeles School System. He is survived by his wife Kathy, and cousins, nieces and nephews in India, Pakistan, England, France, Australia, UAE, and the US; and many loving friends from every era of his life. Talat viewed himself as a citizen of the world. He lived his life with a habit of happiness and as a lover of books, learning, and good conversation. He was inturred at Desert Memorial Park on Saturday, August 31, 2019. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Friends of Palm Springs Mountains, PO Box 3172 Palm Springs, CA 92263.
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In memory of
Tal Mirza
Tal Mirza Palm Springs - Tal Mirza, 76, of Palm Springs, passed away on August 26, 2019. He was born in Faizabad India, on March 9, 1943, to the late Sharf Huddin Ahmed Mirza and Ruquia Hayat Mirza. He was the loving husband of Kathleen Weremiuk for 30 years. His three siblings, Ishrat, Farrat and Farida predeceased him. He earned his bachelors and masters degrees at Antioch University. He had several careers. Managing a tea plantation in Bangladesh for 10 years, working for 20 years in the Hospitality Industry where he rose to the rank of General Manager and finished his career spending 15 years as an ESL instructor an UCLA and the Los Angeles School System. He is survived by his wife Kathy, and cousins, nieces and nephews in India, Pakistan, England, France, Australia, UAE, and the US; and many loving friends from every era of his life. Talat viewed himself as a citizen of the world. He lived his life with a habit of happiness and as a lover of books, learning, and good conversation. He was inturred at Desert Memorial Park on Saturday, August 31, 2019. In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Friends of Palm Springs Mountains, PO Box 3172 Palm Springs, CA 92263.
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