Jainag Vallabhaneni

Obituary of Jainag Vallabhaneni

Jainag Vallabhaneni, a computer engineer and long-time resident of New Jersey, passed away very unexpectedly on March 25, 2020 at the age of 57 while at his home. Jainag is survived by his parents Indira & Madhavarao Vallabhaneni, his wife Dr. Bhanu Sri Vallabhaneni, and his children Ramya and Divya. He is predeceased by his grandparents Pundari Kakshaiah & Rajyalakshmi Vallabhaneni on his father’s side, and Venkata Narasamma & Venkateswarao Atluri on his mother’s side. Jainag was born in Vishakhapatnam on December 21, 1962. He graduated from the Andhra University with a degree in engineering in 1980. He continued his education receiving a Masters from the University of Minnesota St. Paul in 1986. He spent his entire career working with AT&T in various roles, most recently as a Principal Member of Technical Staff. On December 22, 1986 he married Bhanu Sri Aluri and they spent 33 years together in a very happy marriage. On March 21, 1990 and January 14, 1996 respectively, he welcomed his two beautiful daughters, who were his most important legacies. He adored and doted on them and was a most devoted father. Jainag was first and foremost a family man. He cared deeply for his parents and two brothers, and was diligent in his care for them even while living in the U.S. He loved to travel with his wife and daughters and they shared many a happy memory together traveling to various parts of the world. As reserved as he was, his daughters could get him to dance the occasional jig and be a true adventurer. Jainag was a gentleman to his core, but he also had a perpetual twinkle in his eye and he loved to tease those he loved most. He volunteered regularly at the Hindu Temple and Cultural Center in Bridgewater, NJ, and was an integral part of his community. He will be deeply missed by family, friends, colleagues, and all who were lucky enough to know him. Please follow the "Vander Plaat Funeral Home of Wyckoff" page on Facebook for the livestream of the service beginning at 11am.
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