Philanthropist Jawminder Dhillon, 56 known for community service, dies

Jawminder Singh Dhillon, 56, VP of -Palm Spring,



“As the ray blends with the sun and water merges with water, so blends the human light with the Supreme Light and becomes totally perfect.” Guru Arjan Dev Ji, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

Philanthropist Jasminder, known for community service, dies

In Loving Memory of
Jasminder Singh Dhillon

January 03, 1962– March 11, 2018

Jasminder Singh was born and raised in Lande, Punjab, India. He immigrated to the US and was then joined by his wife and three children. He remained a devoted father, son, husband, uncle, cousin, nephew, and friend. He was devoted to helping his community, which was very much in line with his generous nature. Although he had suffered from medical ailments, he didn’t let that get in the way of him living his life to the fullest. He was also involved with the Gurdwara Sahib, which was also one of his passions. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

“Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know we are not alone.”
- Author unknown .....By Elder son-Harinder Singh Dhillon.

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Jasminder believed that the universe was governed by numerical relationship that influenced the physical world. All knowledge is a recollection of the experience our soul has in the "heaven which is beyond the heavens"

Jasminder Singh Dhillon was not only devoted father but aslo , Philanthropist, Press Reporter to promote NRIs and Entrepreneur. Pleas click all links

1 750 Patients Treated Under Free Eye Camp Organised by a NRI Jasminder Dhillon in Lande Village, Punjab

Eye Camp was sponsored by Jasminder Singh Dhillon of Los Angeles, California, at Lande Village, Distt Moga, Punjab. The Moga SSP, I.K.Yadav was a chief Guest at opening ceremony of this camp on Nov. 15, 2007. Mr. Yadav said he is very happy to see NRIs who are helping people in India


2 Jasminder Singh Dhillon is one of the co-founder in Palm Springs Gurdwara

Along with other Sikh devotees, business owners and community leaders in Palm Springs area, they started new “SIKH TEMPLE PALM SPRINGS” on January 1, 2009. They felt that they need new gurdwara in this area because they have to traveled to River side Gurdwara almost 60 miles (one way) every Sunday.


3 Most Trusted NRI News Media Personality-Jaminder Dhillon

Since 2007, Jasminder Singh Dhillon served as VP,, News Media Executive (Voluntreal Services ) Palm Spring/ Riverside Area/even Dimond Bar.

“The media seems to be contributing a lot of bad in the world right now,” Mr. Dhillon said. “I want to go into these dark places and be the light in that place, use that as an opportunity to bring God’s glory.” .....Click

4 Helping NRI Community behalf of through Consulate General

Consul General Meets Community Activists of Los Angeles
Los Angeles, Feb. 04, 2012 associates
Several community activists met Ambassador N. Parthasarthi, Consul General of India, San Francisco at Moksha restaurant, Canoga Park, California


5 HELP TO EDUCATE CHILDREN Teach Punjabi to 2nd NRI generation at s Riverside Gurdwara
6 Promoter Punjab Culture: Hs also did few Punjabi Shows such as Gurdas Man