Beloved Mother Aman Sodhi, age 74, peacefully passed away on Monday, December 7, 2020. She was born on July 22, 1946 to P. J. Raphael and to P.R. Annamma. She grew up in India. After graduating high school, she achieved her dream to serve as a military nurse in Indian Army. While in the Army she met and married the love of her life, Gurprit Singh Sodhi.
Gurprit Singh Sodhi is the direct descendant of the 4th Sikh Guru, Guru Ramdas Ji. Guru Ramdas Ji was the founder of one of the 7 Wonders of India, the Golden Temple, (Sri Harmandir Sahib) in Amritsar, India.
After serving in the Indian army, she came to the United States of America, earned her master’s degree, and pursued her career as a surgical cardiac nurse. Aman Sodhi devoted her life caring for the sick and needy and went above and beyond the expectation to serve the needs of her patients.
She believed in kindness and helping others. She lived up to her beliefs by devoting her time, money, and services to the Red Cross, Salvation Army and to the homeless. Aman Sodhi lived a life par excellence with a purpose and mission to serve others.
She was preceded in the death by her: beloved husband, Gurprit Singh Sodhi; mother-in-law, Guriani Kuldip Kaur Sodhi; father-in-law, Guru Harnam Singh Sodhi; father, P. J. Raphael, mother, P. R. Annamma; brother, P. R. Thomas; sister, Mary Husband Jimmy; and sister-in-law, Jasleen Kaur, and her husband Col. Beant Singh. Brother-in-law Methew.
Aman is survived by her daughter Sona Weber and her husband Mike Weber; her daughter Sunaina Glaize and her husband Samuel Glaize; her daughter Sonia Harrison and her husband Samuel Harrison; her daughter Sanyia Booth and her husband, Lt. Commander, Carl Booth of Fairfax, Virginia; her four grandchildren, Sameera, Gabrielle, Kiran, and Kaitlynn; sister Cicely, sister Tangamma and Husband Rathanam; Sister-in-law Thressiamma and nieces and nephews.