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Kazem Tafazoli
June 28, 1932 - November 11, 2020
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<div itemprop="description">It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Kazem Tafazoli (Baba), on November 11 2020, at the age of 88. <br> <br>He will be fondly remembered by his wife of 50 years, Shamsi, along with the rest of his family and friends. <br> <br>Baba lived a long and full life, surrounded by his family and friends. He was an attentive husband, a proud father and a loving grandfather. Baba was a kind soul, always warming up the hearts of every single person he crossed paths with. His love for family and friends was like no other. <br> <br>May his good natured, kind and loving spirit continue to shine through our memories. <br> <br>Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, visitation is by invitation only and will be limited to 25 people only with NO rotation possible (with required masks and social distancing). <br> <br>We encourage you to sign the guestbook and share memories and photos of Baba so that we can continue to honor him and spread his positive energy in this otherwise sad time. <br> <br>We leave you with one of Baba's favorite poems, by Omar Khayyám: <br> <br>اسرار ازل را نه تو دانی و نه من <br> <br>وین حرفِ معمّا نه تو خوانی و نه من <br> <br>هست از پس پرده گفت‌وگوی من و تو <br> <br>چون پرده برافتد، نه تو مانی و نه من <br> <br> <br>“There was a Door to which I found no Key <br>There was a Veil past which I could not see <br>Some little Talk awhile of Me and Thee <br>There seemed--and then no more of Thee and Me.” <br> <br>― Omar Khayyám <br> <br></div>