Veteran Udupi Restauranter Nagesh Ram Nayak Passes Away

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Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/SP)
Mumbai, Jan 7:
The sixty two year old Nagesh Ram Nayak, son of late Rama A Nayak, pioneer of Udupi restaurants in the metro, passed away on the morning of Tuesday January 6, owing to cardiac arrest.  Nagesh Nayak was admitted to Kikabai Hospital here, after  he complained of chest pain in his home on Tuesday morning and  breathed his last within an hour of admitting him  into the hospital, said his son Naresh Nayak.
Nagesh R Nayk was a native of Yekkar in Mangalore and a graduate in electrical engineering.  He was a popular hotellier, who was managing A Rama Nayak Group of Hotels, having a history of nearly a century in the metro.  He is survived by his wife Shanteri N Nayak, son Naresh, daughter Neha and a large number of well wishers. 

Nagesh R Nayak was actively involved in the affairs of the Federation of Hotel and Restaurants Association Maharastra and Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association (AHAR) and several Kannadiga and Tulu organizations in the metro.
The newly elected president of AHAR,  Narayan M Alva, past president Chandrahas K Shetty, Shyam N Shetty, M D Shetty, brother Udupi Sri Krishna Boarding proprietor Satish R Nayak, Saiprakash R Nayak and several hotelliers in the metro have offered their condolences at the sad demise of Nagesh R Nayak.


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  • K.R.Prithvi Raj, Mumbai

    Thu, Jan 22 2009

    Dear Sir, This is a good piece of presentation. I have also sent a separate mail, giving my tributes to this outstanding personality. Please see if you can use this material suitably to perpetuate his memory. Kindly advise me if the same is published in any of your columns. Regards, K.R.Prithvi Raj

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