“He always made sure that everyone was happy and that no one faced any issues while they lived in the building.
“It was the last conversation I had with him and even then he was thinking of me rather than himself.
THANE: The death of Mohan Kayangude (58) in the bridge tragedy has been a huge loss for not just his family but also his neighbours and colleagues who remember him as a “go to” person in times of need.Kayangude, who worked with a jeweller at Zaveri Bazar , would even resolve matters related to his housing society, they said.
Kayangude is survived by his his wife, three sons and a nephew and niece.The family said they are upset that no one from the government has approached them to ask if they require any financial help.
We both had to leave for work and when he saw that I was about to wear a stained shirt, he insisted on cleaning it till I was done with the other chores.