Puvanendran Sithamparapillai (1947 – 2021) புவனேந்திரன் சிதம்பரப்பிள்ளை

Born: 23 Feb 1947
Called to Rest: 31 Oct 2021

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith”

– 2 Timothy 4:7 –

Puvanendran Sithamparapillai : It is with a heavy heart that the Sithamparapillai family announce that Puvanendran Sithamparapillai (also known as Rajan and Puvi) was called to rest on 31 October 2021 in Denton, Texas, USA.

Beloved husband of Thayalam (nee Amirthanayagam of Tellipallai), much loved father of Patrick and Dr. Sarah, loving son of late NS Sithamparapillai (Station Master, Ceylon Government Railways) and late Saraswathi, cherished youngest brother of late Pusparaja Sithamparapillai , late Pushparani Thirrunavukkarasu (Rani), Pushpadevi Sithamparapillai (Ranji, Sri Lanka), Pushpamirtham Sabaratnam (Baba, Sri Lanka), Pushparagam Alagaratnam (Mano, Sri Lanka), late Pushpalayam Sivagurunathan (Gnanam), Sarojini  Subramaniam (Pillai, Canada) and Stephen Puvendran (Indran, Canada).  Rajan will be missed by many of his nieces and nephews and many of his grand nieces and nephews across the globe.

Rajan was born in Chundikuli, Jaffna, studied at St Johns’ College and worked at the Bank of Ceylon (Colombo) before he migrated to Canada and then to Texas, USA.  

Please uphold Sithamparapillai family in your prayers and pray for Rajans’s dear soul to be in eternal repose with Jesus.

Viewing and Visitation:

Visitation will be held on Thursday, 4 November 2021, at 5-7 pm at  Bill DeBerry Funeral Home , 2025 W. University Dr, Denton, Texas, USA.

Thanksgiving Service (Texas time):

To celebrate the life of Mr. Puvanendran Sithamparapillai, a Thanksgiving Service will be held on Friday, 5 November 2021 at 10. 30 am at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church 2255, N. Bonnie Brae St, Denton, Texas 76207.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, family is kindly requesting all the attendees to follow all the Government regulations and protocols that are currently in place.

Uthayan Newspapers, Jaffna, Sri Lanka
(Credit : T. Kathirkamanathan)
Ceylon Daily News Nov 5 2021 (Credit : M. Loganathan)

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10 thoughts on “Puvanendran Sithamparapillai (1947 – 2021) புவனேந்திரன் சிதம்பரப்பிள்ளை

  1. Our heartfelt condolences to Thayalam mami, Patrick and Sarah. Rajan mama is my mother’s (Padma) first cousin. We have known him as a very soft-natured person. He will be missed dearly.

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  2. I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of dear Rajan Patta. Though our meetings be it in SL, Dubai or Patis were few and too short, he was always full of kindness and caring whenever we spoke..
    Our deepest condolences also to Thayalam Ammamma, Patrick and Sarah.
    Thank you also to both Rajan Patta and Thayalam Ammamma for the time and effort taken to come to my wedding in Paris, France in 2015. Sadly, that was the last opportunity we had to take a photo with you.
    You may be gone, Patta, but the memories of your kind face, beautiful words and your ever present kindness will stay on with us forever.

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  3. Puvenendran was my class mate at St.John’s College, Jaffna, Sri Lanka. We were together from standard 4 to the senior class level. I never met him after leaving St. John’s College. He was of a quiet personality respecting every ones views.May I convey my deepest sympathies to the family.

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    • Our heartfelt condolences to the whole family. We lived opposite Rajan’s house during our school days. My Mum became a young widow with three small children and Rajan’s family was a tower of strength to my Mum. We can never forget the love they bestowed on our family during those young days. I remember Rajan as a very kind hearted gentle person and was so very happy that we got connected again a couple of years ago and have been in touch on Facebook and WhatsApp. May our loving Lord comfort you all at this time of grief. May his soul Rest In Peace.
      Mahendran and Ranjana Selvanayagam

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    • My Deepest sympathies to his family members.Rajan was a very quiet and friendly person.I came to know him after my marriage to Late Mr Thanapalan.He is his first cousin.My sympathies to Indran,Pillai and their families.

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