Bangladeshi doctor, lyricist dies of Corona infection in USA

BanglaPress Desk
January 20, 2021

Staff Reporter: Expatriate Bangladeshi dentist and lyricist Dr. Messer Ahmed has died of coronaviras infection in New York, USA. He died Monday night at North Shore University Hospital. He was 64 years old at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife, two sons and two daughters.

The death of Messer Ahmed has cast a shadow of mourning among Bangladeshis living in the United States, including New York.
Dr. Messrs Ahmed was President of Bangladesh Dental Association in the United States. He has practiced medicine as well as culture. His country home is in Chanpur village of Mehendiganj upazila of Barisal district. He obtained his PhD from the Third Dental University of Russia after obtaining a degree from Dhaka Dental College. From there he came to the United States in the late eighties. After completing DDS in the United States, he began his medical career in Jackson Heights and the Bronx. He last lived in Astoria and Jackson Heights, New York. He Lives permanently on Long Island.
Note that Songs written by Dr. Messrs Ahmed have been sung by many artists living in the United States. Several years ago, he released a CD of self-written songs on his own initiative. About 20 singers have given voice to the song written by expatriate music director Nadeem Ahmed. He has been a patron of various organizations, including Sur O Chhando (melodies and rhythms), one of New York’s cultural organizations, according to local community leaders.