Chicago, Illinois – Rohinee Beri a longtime resident of Chicago, Illinois, sadly passed away on Thursday, February 2, 2023. Rohinee was a Pulmonary and Critical Care Specialist at Advocate Christ Medical Center before she died at the age of 44. We learned about this from the tributes that friends and family members put on social media.
What Was Rohinee Beri’s Cause of Death?
At the time this article was published, we were able to confirm that Beri died after a brief and courageous battle with cancer. The family of Eric Starr has not yet released a statement. However, as soon as we have new information to provide, we will update this.
Who was Rohinee Beri?
Rohinee Beri was a lifelong resident of Chicago, Illinois, she hailed from Kohler, Wisconsin, and was born on September 2, 1978, along with twin sister Raagnee, to parents Vijay and Neno Beri in Englewood, New Jersey. Wisconsin’s Kohler Shivani, the youngest sister, was born when the Beri family moved to Kohler, Wisconsin, a few years later. Rohinee, which is Hindi for “star,” shone in every way from the start. She achieved scholastic success, graduating from Kohler High School as the class valedictorian in 1996, and was awarded a full scholarship to the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Rohinee made the decision to follow in her father’s footsteps and pursue a medical degree after graduating from college.
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After earning her medical degree from UW-Madison in 2004, she underwent internal medicine residency training at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. In spite of numerous fellowship offers, Rohinee decided to pursue a career in pulmonary and critical care medicine after completing her residency. She was drawn to the job because of its brisk pace and difficult front-line demands for quick thinking. She finished her fellowship at Northwestern and started working for Pulmonary and Critical Care Consultants, S.C. in Chicago as an intensivist in the ICU at Advocate Christ Medical Center. She was a superb teacher and mentor to many medical residents during this time.
Rohinee was very intelligent, diligent, and effective, and she was well-liked by both patients and coworkers. She earned a superb reputation for providing attentive, perceptive care and having a warm and empathetic bedside demeanor. The Covid-19 outbreak may have highlighted Rohinee’s commitment to medicine because she worked hard and without complaint on the front lines.
Rohinee Beri Relationship and Married Life
Additionally, Rohinee’s interpersonal relationships shone with brilliance. She was the eldest daughter in the Beri family and was referred to as “Nonu” with affection. She was born five minutes before her twin. As a successful, loving, and admirable person, Rohinee always set an excellent example for the family and was a source of great pride for them. She was and always will be the greatest friend to her sisters and cousins, who all adore and greatly respect her.
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After a brief courtship, Rohinee and Cem Karsan were wed in 2010. They first met in 2008. They both recognized they were the ideal complement to one another as soon as they met. They received their daughter Isis in 2013 and their son Kai in 2011. Her greatest joy and her greatest gifts to the world were Rohinee’s children. Rohinee frequently served as a confidante and counselor to her numerous friends who had children after her because she was one of the first in her friend circle to do so. Rohinee and her family led a lively life, holding endless parties and barbeques, planning big trips to the Mediterranean, and going on countless other overseas excursions with friends.
Rohinee was a fiercely devoted and adored friend, whose radiant personality, kindness, and fun-loving nature mesmerized everyone who had the good fortune to know her. She served as the focal point and unifying force for a vibrant and active group of friends. Rohinee had a reputation for organizing adventures, whether it was a girls’ trip to a faraway country or a night out in the city. Rohinee heartily rejoiced in her friends’ victories and mourned their losses. In the worst of times, she gave unmatched comfort and support.
The family wishes to keep Rohinee’s legacy alive by sharing with her children anecdotes, stories, or notes about Rohinee from loved ones, friends, colleagues, and acquaintances. We kindly request that these memories, big or small, be submitted at https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/11134185. These submissions will be compiled in a keepsake book.
Visitation will be held on Saturday, February 11, 2023, at Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home, 6901 West Belmont Avenue, Chicago, IL 60634, as follows: Viewing from 9:00 am to 11:00 am; Services from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm. A reception (details forthcoming) will follow at another location.
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