The Arsenal community is shocked by the recent untimely death of 34-year-old Rakesh Suchelli.
Born in India but raised in his beloved Arco, Rakesh died on Monday morning at Mercy Hospital in Cork City, Ireland.
Rakesh Suchelli, who is always very close to the city of Palms, lived eight years ago at the Center for Live University in the south-west of Ireland: he moved to Cork, the second most populous city in the country after the capital, Dublin. A dream. A goal achieved with great sacrifice, rather than leaving the city in the shadow of a castle: a land, Irish, dreamed of from a very young age, thanks to the “folk rock” songs he loved to hear.
Rakesh was known throughout Busa for his charisma, eccentricity, generosity and cheerful nature: an extraordinary sensitivity that set him apart, which will remain an indelible mark in the hearts of those who know him.
Around the same time this year – in mid – June, a mock verdict was taken, in which, in 2013, he died in Mario Suchelli, the father of the Alpine soldiers of Arco and the entire provincial black feather. Rakesh was very close.
After attending elementary and middle schools in Arco and “Mafi” High School in Riva del Garda, Rakesh graduated from the University of Trento with a three – year degree in linguistic mediation. He worked for years at the ticket office and as a volunteer, collaborating with “Mimosa” at trade fairs such as Expo Rivashu. Founded in 2010, RC Alto Garda has been active in volunteering and the world of associations. One of the founders.
He was also a candidate in the 2010 municipal elections. Then, 8 years ago, the decision to go to Cork to pursue the Irish dream was unfortunately thwarted on Monday night.
Former Culture Councilor Massimiliano Max Floriani recalls: “I am incredible! A friend I shared a lot with, including the amazing experience of the 2010 municipal election. He was a symbol of positivity and a smile. Proud and supportive, intelligent and good. That was not right, Floriani igs says, “Interrupt this beauty so early. He was a rainbow. He had black hair and dark eyes. Indian Red of Abductions and Monasticism. The green of the Irish prairies. And the deep blue of the Nordic Sea. The same colors of Father Mario’s eyes, which conveyed the values of solidarity and loyalty, made him an extraordinary man. Every day we lose him.
The first celebration will take place this afternoon at Rocky Island Cemetery on Ringaskidi in Cork. Updates and more communications will follow for any celebrations in its arch.