Haseeb Trumboo’s demise

Haseeb was member of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) J&K Chapter and represented the state in J&K''s Young Business Leader''s first ever delegation to the United States of America in December 2012.
Haseeb Trumboo’s demise
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In the death of 31-years-old businessman Haseeb Trumboo, Kashmir Inc has lost a quality businessman and a good human being, says his close friends and acquaintances. Trumboo, who died on Sunday night due to a heart attack, is survived by his wife and 8-month-old twins.

Trumboo was the Director at Trumboo Food Industries that owns the famous Kashmir based bottled water brand Pure Max. His father Zafar Ahmad Trumboo is the managing director of the firm. 

Trumboo, an alumus of various blue chip educational institutions, graduated from the University of Kashmir and completed his BBA (Bachelors in Business Administration) degree in 2006. He was among the toppers in the university examinations in Income Tax, Finance and Business Management, says the company website. He studied Masters in Human Resource Management, Finance & Economics at Wigan & Leigh. 

Trumboo's close friend, Javid Parsa, who is the director at Parsa Foods and Beverages Pvt Ltd remembers him as a great source of inspiration for budding entrepreneurs including him. "He would always share his experiences with others and motivate them to pursue their dreams. It is a huge loss to entrepreneurial fort of Kashmir. He will be missed in true terms," Parsa said.

Parsa said: "I find myself short of words to express my grief. With his death, I lost a brother, a guide and a great friend."

Among Trumboo's plans in pipeline included setting up an ultra-modern juice plant says the company website adding that 

Another of Trumboo's acquaintances, Zubair Bhat, who is a member at Khonmoh Industrial Association said their bond dates three years back. Bhat describes Trumboo as hardworking and a job creator. 

"He was a nice and hardworking person who promoted his brand well. Haseeb was very helpful and dedicated and worked for empowerment of Kashmir," Bhat said. 

Haseeb was member of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) J&K Chapter and represented the state in J&K's Young Business Leader's first ever delegation to the United States of America in December 2012.

Abdul Wahid, who is a marketing professional said Trumboo studied alongwith his brother at St. Joseph school Baramulla. Wahid recollects that Tramboo was the head boy at school and found him to be an extremely efficient student. 

"His death is a great shock as he was close to our family. To explain Haseeb, he was sober and despite coming from a reputed business family, Haseeb worked hard to carve his own niche," Wahid added.

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