Nur Kanawati UNC Adams School of Dentistry Death, Mother of 2 died after battling cancer

Nur Kanawati Death – Dr Nur Kanawati, a loving daughter, sister, wife and beloved mother of two beautiful young children has tragically passed away. Nur Kanawati who studied at UNC Adams School of Dentistry died last night after a courageous battle with cancer. She was announced dead by a close family. Dr Nur was 31 years old at the time of her passing. She leaves behind a legacy of love for the Quran, the best of character, and excellence in all things. Dr Nur was a loving mother to two young children.

“I cannot put into words how profoundly inspiring it is to speak to someone who in the midst of a tragic terminal diagnosis still maintains complete clarity and contentment through it all. May Allah grant us all clear visions and good endings. Ameen.” Thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time.

About Dr Nur Kanawati

Dr Nur possessed unwavering faith and profound contentment, a sense of tranquillity and serenity that can only be derived from a higher power. Dr Nur Kanawati, a remarkable individual, was not only a hafitha of the Holy Quran but also a cherished daughter and sister, a devoted spouse, and a nurturing mother to two wonderful young children. With the radiance of the Quran illuminating her soul, Dr Nur dedicated her time to imparting its teachings to others, becoming a beacon of light for all who crossed her path.

She was a research intern at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Dr Nur embodied exceptional qualities both as a mother and a doctor. As a mother, she displayed boundless love, care, and dedication towards her two beautiful young children. Her nurturing nature created a warm and supportive environment for her family, ensuring their well-being and growth. Dr Nur’s selflessness and unwavering commitment to her children’s happiness and development made her an exemplary role model.

In her role as a doctor, Nur Kanawati exhibited remarkable compassion, expertise, and a deep sense of responsibility. She approached her medical profession with utmost dedication, always striving to provide the best care for her patients. Dr Nur’s empathetic nature allowed her to connect with her patients on a profound level, offering them solace and reassurance during times of illness or distress. Her unwavering commitment to the well-being and healing of others made her a trusted and respected figure within the medical community.

Dr Nur’s ability to balance her roles as a mother and a doctor with grace and proficiency is a testament to her exceptional character and unwavering commitment to both her family and her profession. Her influence and impact as a mother and a doctor will continue to resonate in the lives of those she touched.

The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Nur Kanawati.

The Janaza for Dr Nur Kanawati will be today, Sunday, July 2nd, 2023, at 6:45 PM, after Asr Prayer at the Charlotte Muslim Cemetery located at 6928 The Plaza Road, Charlotte, NC 28215.

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