Subhajit “Jeet” Dutt

Subhajit (Jeet) Dutt of Leawood, Kansas, left this earth Saturday, September 30, 2017, and rests in eternal peace with his loved ones.  Subhajit was born, April 6, 1974 to Achyut Kumar and Sukti Dutt in Kolkata, India, and is survived by his three beautiful children Aylin, Atticus and Asha Dutt, mother (Sukti Dutt), and brother (Satyajit Dutt).

Subhajit completed his schooling in India, and thereafter migrated to his beloved country United States of America, where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and Business from Mount Mercy College (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) in 1999, making all of his family and friends extremely proud.   Subhajit was a thorough Professional and a beloved co-worker, working at several large U.S. companies, most recently being at Ameri100 as Senior Practice Director. We all know him as an extremely hard working man — be it at work, home or community, and he could smile his way through eighteen hours of extreme hard labor and not get agitated.  

Subhajit attended City Center Church, was a caring and loving son to his parents, an amazing brother, and a doting father.   His children were his world and he went out of his way running pillar to post to see a smile on their faces. 

Undoubtedly, Subhajit’s smile and laughter touched us all in profound ways. We will never forget your beautiful smile, a glowing light always there to help us find our way.

Funeral Services

Funeral services will be 12 p.m. Sunday, October 8, 2017 at the Amos Family Funeral Home.  

Memorial Contributions

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Dutt Children’s College Fund; c/o Amos Family Funeral Home, 10901 Johnson Drive, Shawnee, KS 66203.  


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Posted in Kansas City Obituaries, Obituaries | on Thursday, Oct. 5th 2017 | 11 Comments »

11 Comments on “Subhajit “Jeet” Dutt”

  1. ANIRUDDHA G. DASTIDAR Says:

    Dear Mampu,
    We would all want you to be happy wherever you are now… we never thought that we would see the day, when you wouldn’t be there to show us the way since you were a lot younger to us. Our prayers to the Almighty to give all the strength and courage to Shukti Mami, Tutun and the beautiful kids to bear this irreparable loss. May your soul rest in peace !!

    Bappa Da & Piu Didi
    Kolkata.

  2. Noel Says:

    Jett
    Though I only knew you briefly, our time together will be remembered, and your calls and texts back and forth helped me find strength in my darkest times. Farewell my friend.

  3. Dave & Kathy Byler Says:

    Our prayers are with the children and family!

  4. Arunava Ghosh Dastidar (Babun) Says:

    I once again sincerely and deeply mourn the sudden and sad demise of our beloved Mampu. May his soul rest in eternal peace. May God give the strength and courage to the family and all his near and dear ones at this time and beyond.

  5. Ron Weathers Says:

    I was so surprised and saddened to hear that my dear friend “Ronnie” had passed away. (He was a man of many names.)

    I met him around 1998 when we both worked at McLeodUSA, a telecommunications company in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. We quickly became great friends. He was one of my favorite people. He was 10 years younger than me, so he was like a little brother. He was always so cheerful, positive and funny. I loved his big smile. He was bright, energetic and loved new challenges at work. I was his manager for a period of time and he delivered high quality results, was very dependable to get his assignments done on schedule.

    On the personal side, he was one of the most caring, helpful and giving people that I knew. He was always first to jump in and try to help someone – like if they had car trouble or something like that. As an example, there was a refugee family from Kosovo (two parents, four children and a grandmother) that came to the US with nothing. My family “adopted” them through our church and Ronnie jumped in to try to help them any way he could. He knew a person that had car that they didn’t want anymore and he talked them into donating it to the family. Ronnie helped get it working with the father of the family. Then he helped him get a job as a diesel truck mechanic. Those two things alone really made a huge difference in that whole family’s life. That’s the Ronnie that I loved.

    I didn’t see him again in person after he moved to KC. I thought of him very often and got in touch with him now and again to touch base by email or phone. I was proud of his career and family success.

    To his dear children, I wish you peace and healing. I see his love, energy and kindness in your faces and know that you will carry him in your heart forever and accomplish great things in your life.

    Sincerely,
    Ron Weathers
    425 Knowling Dr
    Coralville, IA 52241

  6. Siddhartha (Bobby) Chatterjee Says:

    Even though I’ve not met Mampu mama many times, but I’ve heard about him since, my birth. I did have the opportunity to meet him when he was in Kolkata with his family several year back. He was a fit, energetic and extremely charming personality. He treated me like a child and spoke at length about me, our family and also what gifts he could get me from the US. Mampu mama to me was the older brother of Tutun mama who was a great buddy when we lived in Bangalore. Through him, my mother and late grandmother, I’ve always heard about mama’s dynamism, struggles, bikes and successes far away from home in India. He was a sportsman and fitness enthusiast that inspired me. As a child to me he was living the great American dream and we wanted to be like him. Even though we have been far, we did keep in touch through messages once in a while. Mampu mama never forgot his family and looked forward to meeting us all. It pains to think that opportunity will never come. However, there will a part of him in each of his beautiful kids and look forward to spending quality time with my cousins (Alyn, Atticus and Asha). Wishing the family resilience, strength and a bright future ahead.

  7. Arvind Mohan Says:

    Deeply mourn the Sudden Demise of “Subhajit “Jeet” Dutt”. My prayers to god to give all the strength and courage to his family during this tough period. May his soul R.I.P.

  8. Sreedhar Busanelli Says:

    Jeet was a friend to so many and his energy was contagious.

    Our prayers are with Jeet’s children and family!

  9. Ishani Datta Says:

    Dear shabnam,
    We are shocked to hear about mampu. we are very sad for shukti and tutun. our heartfelt condolences to you and rest of family. may his soul rest in peace.
    Chotasi and chotaso.

  10. Rajesh (Mama) & Mitali ( Mami) Ghosh Says:

    We are all very shocked and saddened by Mampu’s untimely passing. We pray that his soul rest in peace and that God gives strength to Suktidi, his brother Tutun , his children and his entire extended family. As we try to find answers as to why he was taken at so young an age, maybe we will find consolation in the saying that God takes the good and also that he is in a better place. RIP .
    Rajesh Mama & Mitali Mami ( Ghosh , Houston TX)

  11. Arjun Chatterjee Says:

    The first time I met Mampu mama was during his weeding in Kolkata. The clearest memory I have of him was when we both went together in a big car to do something. I don’t remember what we went to do, but I will never forget his carefree, energetic and similing personality! He was so dynamic, handled all problems like it was a piece of cake.

    When I replay those memories I see how big of a heart Mampu mama had. Throughout those few days he only did things for others, and finally when he was too tired and needed a break he would not go in his room, but rather he sat in the living room to talk to me.

    Due to the distance between us me and my brother never got to spend much time with mama, we were closer to his younger brother Tutun mama. Tutun was the cool guy with the bike, sky blue jeans and a master on world of warcraft. As a kid, it’s those things that impress you. Tutun spoke so highly of his elder brother. Then, that didn’t make any sense, how can someone be cooler than cool?

    It’s my misfortune that I never got the time to know Mampu mama.

    My heart goes out to his three wonderful children, Kutti Dida and Tutun mama.

    I would like them to know that we love them very much, and we are there for them in their time of need.

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