Memory Book
Husnain M Khan
June 24, 1994 - October 27, 2017

Monday, December 25, 2017 2:28 AM


The plan was always for SSO_ to meet in the future, we lost one of our brightest and smartest. Devastated that our future SSO_ meeting will be one short. Thank you for all the good times, look forward to seeing you when you open the doors for us fellow SSO_ members when we come.

Charmander 4 Lyf.
Michael Zhou (Canberra, AL)

Sunday, December 03, 2017 3:00 PM

Much like Chris Hall, I only knew Husnain from online activities. But he was a great friend who had a magnificent sense of humour. I wish his family and loved ones all the best, and he will never be forgotten.
Mike Rier (The Hague, Netherlands)

Saturday, December 02, 2017 2:06 PM

Husnain Khan,

I will always miss our times together playing online since 2005. We spoke most days whenever we could, we played lots of games on PS3 online all night, and sometimes every night. Making people get angry, and annoyed with us. Thanks to you, I got into a few games I never thought I would have,

Though, we never met in person.. I consider you to be one of my best friends.

You would always mock me for being British, and the stereotypes of Tea, Crumpets, and Top Hats. But, it was just so funny.

I will forever miss you, and treasure our memories in my heard forever.

My deep thoughts, heart, and love goes to your family.

Chris Hall (Northamptonshire)

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 12:30 AM

“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” - Maya Angelou

Husnain, your patient calm soothed axiety. Your refusal to complain or focus on yourself came across as a stoic display of selflessness.

I graduated with Husnain and spent the weekend of the ceremony at his dorm. My gentle friend, spending time with you was relaxing and rejuvinating.
Joe Kane (Amherst, MA)

Saturday, November 25, 2017 10:54 AM

Death is such an enemy and soon to be done away with.Rev21:3,4 has comforted me after loosing 2 husbands, family and friends over the years. There are answers found in the book inspired by our creator of why we die, why so much suffering and violence in our world. The truth is out there. Search and you will find.
ann scoville (Tampa, FL)

Friday, November 24, 2017 9:59 AM

Im sure that no words could describe fully how the family must feel at this time. The time will come come soon when there is going to be a resurrection as promised at Acts 24:15 and no resident will say “ I am sick at Isaiah 33:24. Until that time I hope that God’s word comforts your family.

Thursday, November 16, 2017 3:06 PM

"Today, I had to say goodbye to my best friend, my dearest Husnain. There are no words to describe this feeling of void, pain and shock. Husnain, I am so privileged to have crossed paths with you and I miss you sorely. I really admired your strength, courage and resilience despite everything. You are a real fighter and you’ve taught me so much about life. This is how I will always remember you – strong, determined and positive <3"

Saloni Pandey

Zainab Khan

Thursday, November 16, 2017 11:14 AM

When I die don’t think you’ve “lost” me.

I’ll be right there with you, living on in the memories we have made.

When I die don’t say I “fought a battle.” Or “lost a battle.” Or “succumbed.”

Don’t make it sound like I didn’t try hard enough, or have the right attitude, or that I simply gave up.


When I die don’t say I “passed.”

That sounds like I walked by you in the corridor at school.


When I die tell the world what happened.

Plain and simple.

No euphemisms, no flowery language, no metaphors.


Instead, remember me and let my words live on.

Tell stories of something good I did.

Give my children a kind word. Let them know what they meant to me. That I would have stayed forever if I could.

Don’t try to comfort my children by telling them I’m an angel watching over them from heaven or that I’m in a better place:

There is no better place to me than being here with them.


They have learned about grief and they will learn more.

That is part of it all.


When I die someday just tell the truth:

I lived, I died.

The end."

Zainab Khan

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 6:17 PM

I am deeply sorry for the loss. May you draw comfort from the scripture at Acts 24:15 Jehovah promises the resurrection for those who pass away.
T P (Cleveland, OH)

Sunday, November 12, 2017 6:49 AM

I am a stranger who came across this memory entry by chance. What a loss! May Husnain's memory be a blessing to all who knew him. And an inspiration to people learning of his brave struggle. My condolences.
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