Dilip
Chandwani
Date of Death: June 29, 2022

It is with great sadness that we announced the passing of our beloved Dilip Chandwani.

Dilip was born on September 13, 1951, in New Delhi, India. He was the third of four children born to C.K. and Vimla Chandwani. He attended university at Indian Institute of Technology at Kharagpur, India, where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, graduating in 1971. He later obtained a Master’s in Chemical Engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 1988.

Dilip met Sulochna Kalwani, daughter of Shri Uttamchand Kalwani in 1975 and married her in December 1977. He and Sulochna became proud parents of Rohit in April 1980.

Dilip began his career at Engineers India Limited in 1973. After migrating to the United States in 1981, he worked for Stanford Research Institute in San Francisco. He then moved to New York in 1984 and worked for Engineering Information for 5 years. He then joined Kline & Company in 1990, where he has stayed for 32 years in management consultant capacity and later as a Senior Vice President of Process Industries Practice.

Dilip is survived by his wife of 45 years, Sulochna, son Rohit, daughter-in-law Serre-Yu and two granddaughters, Alila and Kelia. He has been a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. Dilip has been driven by a deep passion for his work and devotion to his family. His kindness and generosity of spirit has touched many lives around him. He loved to travel and dreamed of cruising the world in retirement and marvel in watching his grand daughters grow.

Funeral services for Dilip Chandwani will take place Friday, July 1, 2022 from 10am-12 noon at Rosedale Cemetery. Rosedale Cemetery is located at 408 Orange Road in Montclair, NJ.

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5 thoughts on “Dilip Chandwani”

  1. Garth Giesbrecht

    I am so sorry to hear of Dilip’s passing. I worked with Dilip on many projects at ExxonMobil and I always enjoyed our interactions, finding him to be polite and soft spoken, knowledgeable and respectful. I’ll miss my interactions with him.

  2. James M. Weatherall

    I am very sorry to learn of Dilip’s passing. Dilip and I worked together for 20 years at Kline, from 1990 until I moved on in 2010. During that time, I counted Dilip as a
    good friend and held him in the highest esteem. I will keep him and his family in my thoughts and prayers.

  3. I was deeply chocked by Dilip sudden and unexpected demise. I was lucky in several occasions during the last 30 years to benefit from his support to solve complex situations.
    I will miss his kindness, curiosity and expertise.
    My deepest sympathy to his family.
    Rest in peace my friend.

  4. Mohan Chandwani

    Shocked to know about your untimely demise of Dilip. Pray God to give him the best place in the heavenly abode.
    May God bestow the family members enough strength to bear this irreparable loss.

  5. Hardeep Parmar

    My deepest sympathies for Dilip’s family.
    I had the pleasure of working with Dilip since 2015. He was an exceptionally knowledgeable man with a matching professional curiosity.
    My favourite conversations with him had to have been when he spoke about his grand daughters. There is no doubt he adored the girls.
    I had much to learn from him and regret not having more time with him to share his experiences and coach more of us.
    Rest in peace Dilip

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