Minoo J Daroga

On April 1, 2021 Minoo Daroga, a loving father, passed away at age 77.

Minoo was born on November 22, 1943 in Bombay, India and as a young adult he moved to the United States to pursue his goal of education. He became an accomplished Chemical Engineer and enjoyed working in the automotive industry for several decades. As a hard worker, he took his responsibility of being a father very seriously and provided for the needs of his only child and the apple of his eye, Katy.

Minoo will be remembered as an affectionate father, a hospitable neighbor, and the kind of friend who would always lighten the mood with his sense of humor. He enjoyed the beauty of classic cars and had a special love of animals, especially his two dogs John and Mike. He will be missed by his daughter, Katy, and siblings Behroz, Phiroza, and Norrie, and his friends and neighbors who knew him for many years and have enjoyed many fond memories together.

Memorial services have not been arranged at this time.

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  1. I will miss him very much
    He was not only my friend but was a brother to me
    Even though we missed him physically but
    Spiritually he will always with us and me
    God bless his soul

  2. I was so sad to hear about the passing of Uncle Minoo. I remember him fondly from my childhood, when our families would get together for dinners and evening gatherings. I remember him as a kind, adventurous, fun, tender hearted soul whose love for his daughter shined bright. Rest in peace, and sending love for your journey, Uncle Minoo. đź’–

  3. Charles Knoppow

    We just learned of Minoo’s passing and are so saddened. We remember many good times and lots of fun With Minoo, family and friends.

    May his memory be a blessing to all who knew and loved him.

    Sent with love,

    Carol and Charles Knoppow

  4. I just heard about Minoo’s passing.
    Although I had not seen him many years, I had fond memories of spending time with him.
    He was kind and funny, he loved his dogs and he adored his daughter.
    I pray that God’s perpetual light shines upon is immortal soul.
    Rest in Paradise, my friend!

  5. Terry D’Souza

    I met Minoo in 1969 while attending U of D. He had just bought a lovely sports car – a fastback Torino maybe that he was justifiably proud of. Interestingly we crossed paths again at 3M Co. in St. Paul. Minoo worked in the Chem. Div. Process Eng group, I did a few projects there. He was well-liked and respected as a technical resource.
    I was sorry to only just now learn of his death. My memory of him will be of someone who excelled at his profession and brought joy to those around him. Rest in peace, Minoo.

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