February 7, 1946 ~ November 3, 2020

Born in: Delhi, India
Resided in: Gardena, CA

Vijay Saini was born and raised in India and was one of five children. He had two brothers and two sisters. Vijay was an adventurous young boy and loved playing soccer. As he grew older, he yearned to come to the United States and was able to with his oldest sister. He lived in upstate New York where he went to college. After returning back to India and getting married, Vijay came back to the US and had two children, a son and daughter.

He was a hard worker, held many jobs and started his own Sports memorabilia shop. He also obtained an MBA. Vijay loved sports and was a die-hard 49er fan. He loved watching and attending various sporting events, including UFC fights and horse racing with his children and grand-children. Vijay was extremely sociable. He enjoyed spending time with his friends and was quick to make new friends wherever he went.

He was dedicated to his family and strived to be a supportive uncle to his nieces and nephews. Vijay is survived by his sister Sunita, son Ajay, daughter Tina, and four grandchildren who were the light of his life – Keilani, Nicholas, Kiana and Kalia.

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    • candle 1May you rest in peace mama ji always. We all will always miss you and love you forever and you will be always with us.

  1. candle 1I know you have not gone any where . You always live in our heart ❤️. Will not write RIP because you are already in peace

  2. candle 7Although we’ve never met, having known your daughter I know you must have been a wonderful person. May you Rest In Peace and the memories of you and your spirit live on in those who loved you.

  3. candle 7My deepest condolences to the family of Mr. Saini. May the peace and live fill every heart in this time of sorrow, and may the lifelong memories you have of your loved one bring comfort to your heart and a smile to your face.

    Very sincerely,

  4. candle 7I am still in shock and in complete denial that I will not be able to hang out with my best friend. We were friends first and then relative. We have spent a lot of time together traveling, living, shopping, eating etc. A lot a precious moments together.

    Your laughs, jokes, welcoming and always friendly humble nature….its a true blessings for us to have such a beautiful soul and fabulous heart in the family.

    You are and will always be my favorite buddy.

    I know you will be with your brothers, sister and aunty but I will be alone here without my best friend.

    I know you will always be around us

    God bless your beautiful soul & heart

    Will always miss you my BFF

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