Obituary of Rishubh Kaushal
Rishubh Kaushal, beloved son and only child of Suhasini and Sunil Kaushal, died on Monday, April 2, 2018. He was 14 years old. This young man was a tremendously accomplished musician, student, mentor, actor, writer, poet, budding entrepreneur, comedian, cadet, moralist, and above all, a loving and caring son.
His true impact is not about his accomplishments, but his extraordinary perspective. He lived every day to the fullest, sharing his creativity with everyone he met. His quick smile and compassionate soul made him an instant friend to anyone in need. His passion for life made him an unparalleled motivator. He had a unique talent for imparting his zest for life to others and inspiring greatness everywhere he went. His quiet and respectful ways were a perfect complement to his comedic wit and artist's soul.
Rishubh had an unimpeachable moral character. In fact, ethics were his chief passion and his first love. His top priority in all situations was to assess his moral impact on the world. He wanted to do the right thing, at all times and in all situations. He spent his life searching for ways to improve himself, give back to the world, do the right thing, and empower others to do the same.
Rishubh was a bright light in this world. He leaves a legacy that will never be forgotten, and we will always think about him with love and pride. His brief time with us enriched us all and we are all better for having known him.
The funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 7th from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at Adams Green Funeral Home, 721 Elden St, Herndon. Viewing/Eulogies will be from 10am followed by a Vedic Puja ceremony at 11:30 am. Condolences may be shared at Rishubh Kaushal Tribute.
In lieu of the flowers, should friends desire, contributions may be sent to Civil Air Patrol. The checks should be made out to Civil Air Patrol with a note - Cadet Rishubh Kaushal Memorial Fund and sent to the following address:
Cadet Rishubh Kaushal Memorial Fund
c/o Virginia Wing Headquarters
7401 Airfield Drive
Richmond, VA 23237
Attention: Tom Burns
“People who are soft spoken and truthful are loved by all.”
(Sacred Hindu Book)