Alagaiah Victor Jeyaratnam (1933 – 2022) அழகய்யா விக்டர் ஜெயரத்தினம்

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உங்கள் துயர் பகிர்வுகளையும், அனுதாபச் செய்திகளையும் ஒரே இடத்தில் குடும்பத்தார் பார்வையிடுவதற்காக இவ் தளத்தின் பின்னோட்டத்தில் பதிவிடலாம். எக்காரணம் கொண்டும் உங்கள் மின்னஞ்சல் தகவல் இவ் தளத்தில் பதியப்படவோ பகிரப்படவோ மாட்டாது என பணிவுடன் தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கிறோம்.

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திருமதி. சர்வலக்சுமி சிவானந்தன் (1935 – 2022) Mrs. Sarvaluxmy Sivananthan

மண்ணில் 1935 – இறைவன் அடியில் 2022
ஓம் சாந்தி! சாந்தி!! சாந்தி!!!

யாழ் மீசாலையைப் பிறப்பிடமாகவும், சுண்டிக்குளி, கொழும்பு, மீசாலை ஆகிய இடங்களை வதிவிடமாகவும் கொண்ட திருமதி. சர்வலக்சுமி சிவானந்தன் (குஞ்சம்மா) அவர்கள் 16-04-2022 சனிக்கிழமை அன்று மீசாலையில் இறைவனடி சேர்ந்தார்.

அன்னார், காலஞ்சென்ற தம்பையா, இலக்சுமிப்பிள்ளை தம்பதிகளின் இளையமகளும், காலஞ்சென்ற தம்பையா, சிவபாக்கியம் தம்பதிகளின் அன்பு மருமகளும், சிவானந்தன் அவர்களின் அன்பு மனைவியும், சுவர்நாங்கி (நாங்கி- ஜேர்மனி), சர்வாநந்தன் (நந்தன்-வவுனியா), தேவகி (கனடா), தர்சினி (தர்சா-மீசாலை) ஆகியோரின் பாசமிகு தாயாரும், பென்ஜமின் சந்திரராஜா (ஜேர்மனி), சாந்தரூபன் (கனடா), மோகனா (வவுனியா) ஆகியோரின் பாசமிகு மாமியாரும், சஜாமின், ஷறீன், விஷ்ணு, விஷாலி, ஜனார்தனன் ஆகியோரின் அன்புப் பேத்தியும், காலஞ் சென்றவர்களான மங்கை முத்தையா, சபாரத்தினம்,  நடராஜா, பராசக்தி முத்தையா, இரத்தினசபாபதி ஆகியோரின் பாசமிகு இளைய சகோதரியும், இராமானந்தன்(அவுஸ்திரேலியா), விமலாதேவி (இலங்கை), காலஞ்சென்ற நித்தியானந்தன் (கனடா) ஆகியோரின் மைத்துனியும் ஆவார்.

அன்னாரின் இறுதிக்கிரியை 17-04-2022 ஞாயிற்றுக்கிழமை அன்று மு.ப 10:00 மணியளவில் அவரது இல்லத்தில் நடைபெற்று பின்னர் ந.ப 12:00 மணியளவில் சாவகச்சேரி மயானத்தில் பூதவுடல் தகனம் செய்யப்படும்.

இறுதிச்சடங்கு காணொலியை பார்வயிட கீழ்வரும் தொடரை அமுக்குக: http://zecastlive.com/event/481890/template

இவ் அறிவித்தலை உற்றார், உறவினர், நண்பர்கள் அனைவரும் ஏற்றுக்கொள்ளுமாறு  குடும்பத்தினர் கேட்டுக்கொள்கின்றோம்.

துயர் பகிர்வு

உங்கள் துயர் பகிர்வுகளையும், அனுதாபச் செய்திகளையும் ஒரே இடத்தில் குடும்பத்தார் பார்வையிடுவதற்காக இவ் தளத்தின் பின்னோட்டத்தில் பதிவிடலாம். எக்காரணம் கொண்டும் உங்கள் மின்னஞ்சல் தகவல் இவ் தளத்தில் பதியப்படவோ பகிரப்படவோ மாட்டாது என பணிவுடன் தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கிறோம்.

Mrs. Sarvaluxmy Sivananthan (Kunchamma) (1935 – 2022) : Formerly of Chundikuli, Colombo and Meesalai peacefully passed away on Saturday 16-04-2022 in Meesalai, Jaffna, Sri Lanka.

Beloved wife of T. Sivanantham, dearest mother of Suwarnanghi (Nanghi – Germany), Sarvananthan (Nanthan – Vaunia), Devaki (Canada) and Dharshini (Dharsa – Meesalai) and loving mother-in-law of Benjamin Santhirarajah (Germany), Mohana (Vavunia), Santharuban (Canada) and loving grand mother of Sajamin, Sarin, Vishnu, Vishali, and Janarthanan (Jana).

Kunchamma is the youngest daugter of Late Mr & Mrs. Thambiah and Letchumipillai of Meesalai and loving daughter in law of Mr & Mrs Thambiah and Sivapakiam, loving yougest sister of, all late Mangai Muthiah, Sabaratnam, Nadarajah, Parasakthi Muthiah, Rathinasabapathy and sister-in-law of Ramananthan (Australia), Vimaladevi (Sri Lanka) and late Nithiananthan (Canada).

Funeral Service will be held on Sunday 17-04-2022 at 10 am at her residence followed by cremation at Chavakachcheri crematorium.

Live telecast of last rites will be stream lined on the following link :

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Please accept the obituary notice from the family and request the relatives and friends to uphold the family in prayers.

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Thambiah Stephen Sabaratnam (1923-1997) தம்பையா ஸ்டீவின் சபாரத்தினம் 25th Year Death Anniversary, 25 வருட நீங்கா நினைவுகள்

Born : 01.10.1923 – Called to Rest : 06.02.1997

“I have fought a good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith” – 2 Timothy 4 : 7 –

It has been 25 years since you have left us,

Time flies faster and life goes on at its own pace

But some memories can never be forgotten

or erased from the mind of the dearest ones.

 We still hear your words of wisdom

and the virtues of life you have instilled in us,

In your life you have touched so many,

A great soul never dies

It brings us together again and again

“Aiyah you will always remain in our thoughts”

Sabaratnam Family

(Colombo – London – Germany – Perth)

Dr. Sinnadurai Jeyaratnam Wilson (1938 – 2022) கலாநிதி. சின்னத்துரை ஜெயரத்தினம் வில்சன்(ஜெயா)

Born 5 Aug 1938
Called to rest 23 Jan 2022

“I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever” (Psalm 23: 6)

Dr. Sinnadurai Jeyaratnam Wilson (Jeya) :  Formerly of Sri Lanka and Singapore and later in Sydney Australia, entered peacefully into his Father’s House on Sunday, 23 January 2022.

Dearly beloved husband of Silojini (Nee Thambithurai – formally of Station Road, Chavakachcheri), loving father of Tharshini Joseph (Germany) and Prakash (Sydney), father-in-law of Gerry Joseph and Diana, doting grandfather of Serena, Isabel, Nicholas, Lianna, Dravid and Daya.

Cherished second son of late John Alfred Sinnadurai & Lizzie (Araly, Sri Lanka), loving son-in-law of late Joseph Thambithurai & Gnanasoundary (Chavakachcheri), much loved brother of Stanley Sinnadurai (Perth), Flora Vijiaraj (Sydney), Victor Sinnadurai (Sydney), Watson Sinnadurai (Melbourne), Walter Sinnadurai (Sydney) and Robert Sinnadurai (Adelaide) and much-loved cousin and uncle of many.

SJ Wilson was born in Bentong, Malaysia and studied at Jaffna College, Sri Lanka. A distinguished old boy of Jaffna College went on to complete his Maths undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. He was a tenured Professor at the National University of Singapore for more than four decades and has inspired many students. He will be fondly remembered by his cherished friends and students across the globe.

Please uphold Wilson family in your prayers.

Thanksgiving Service:

To celebrate the life of Dr. SJ Wilson, a Thanksgiving Service will be held in Magnolia Chapel, Macquarie Park Crematorium, Sydney, Australia, on Saturday, 5 February 2022 at 10:50am (Sydney time) with viewing at 10:15am.

Live stream:

Please follow the link TJ Andrews Funeral services for details of the funeral, livestream and digital memorial book.

Family Request:

In lieu of floral tributes, please consider a donation to Australian Heart Foundation via : https://inmemory.heartfoundation.org.au/fundraisers/tharshiniwilson/in-memory-of-dr-sinnadurai-jeyaratnam-wilson

Contact:

Mrs Silojini Wilson (Sydney – 02 8819 2920)

Mr Stanley Sinnadurai ( Perth – 08 9255 3364)

Mrs Flora Vijiaraj (Sydney-  02 9863 1645)

Mr Victor Sinnadurai (Sydney – 02 9858 2916)

Mr Watson Sinnadurai (Melbourne – 03 97952698)

Mr Walter Sinnadurai (Sydney- 02 9688 3902)

Mr Robert Sinnadurai (Adelaide- 08 8332 2849)

சோதி தோன்றும் ஓர் தேசமுண்டு

விசுவாசக் கண்ணால் காண்கிறோம்

நம் பிதா அழைக்கும் பொழுது

நாம் அங்கே வசிக்கச் செல்லுவோம்
 (தமிழாக்கம் – D.P. Niles)

Below is an excerpt of the tribute written by Stanley Sinnadurai (Wilson’s oldest brother) and read by Victor Sinnadurai.

Good morning/afternoon family and friends,

I’m Stanley Sinnadurai from Perth the eldest child of the late Mr and Mrs John Alfred Sinnadurai. Sadly, due to Covid-19 restrictions, my family and I cannot pay our last respects personally to my second brother Wilson and Uncle Wilson. I would like to thank my sister-in-law, Baba, for giving me the honour to share a few words about my brother. I would also like to thank my brother, Victor, for reading this tribute.

The first chapter of Wilson’s, life began on the 5th of August 1938 in Bentong Malaysia. After the second world war, the Malay government introduced mandatory military service for males over the age of 15. Due to compulsory rule, my mother decided to move us to Sri Lanka then Ceylon, leaving my father in Malaysia., We moved with our grandparents in Jaffna on the 8th of March 1949, and later our family moved to Vaddukoddai (Sri Lanka).

Wilson began his early education at Jaffna College, where he excelled in all areas of his education, but particularly talented in mathematics. Wilson surrounded himself with equally gifted friends in mathematics at college. If he had problem in maths and his friends were also unable to resolve, he would seek assistance from people who were deemed mentally unstable but had brilliant maths brains in his town. Once, he decided that it was best to buy a cup of tea for them so they could assist him and his friends to resolve their maths problem.

Wilson was a sleepwalker when he was quite young. Our mother kept the front door key in a jar of cold water to prevent Wilson opening the door, hoping the cold water would wake him up. Once our mother sought assistance from a native “doctor” for Wilson’s sleepwalks. The “doctor” who had a very long white beard, came to check Wilson’s sleepwalking one night. Soon he did confirm the issue, because Wilson in his sleep, has started to play with “doctor’s” long beard.

Wilson also excelled in basketball, however, his coach discouraged Wilson from taking up basketball, not because of his height, but because Wilson was all skin and bone with no muscles. The coach was concerned that Wilson may incur injuries during play, and he would be liable. However, our mum continued to encourage Wilson to play basketball. As a result, Wilson continued his passion for basketball throughout his university days and won many awards. But from all accounts, Wilson never sustained any injuries.

Wilson continued his gift for mathematics by undertaking a maths degree at the University of Colombo. Wilson finished his degrees with the highest possible honours. However, due to the political situation in Sri Lanka, he had to seek employment in another country.

Thus began his second chapter in Singapore, where he married an elegant, beautiful and extremely dedicated young lady by the name of Miss Sulogini Thambithurai on the 12 of July 1967. Both Wilson and Sulogini were blessed with two children, a beautiful daughter named Tharshini, and a handsome young son named Prakash.

While he was in Singapore, Wilson and his family were extremely supportive, both financially and emotionally to both sides of the family, and he was instrumental in matching me and my wife together.  So, Wilson was not only a talented basketball player, but also a match-making maths Professor!  Wilson had the world at his feet, but his feet were always firmly planted on the ground as a simple man with a very simple life.

On his final chapter, Wilson moved to Sydney, Australia to enjoy his retirement and to be closer to his siblings. Even though I was on the other side of the country, Wilson and I kept in regular touch, and we enjoyed our phone conversations. Wilson’s health declined over the past few years, but his sense of humour and love for life was always in full display, as he continued his mantra of “simple man” “simple life”. I would like to thank Baba for the enormous physical and mental sacrifices she has made over the years to take care of my brother. Only her support and encouragement has given my brother a quality of life, to enjoy to the fullest till the very last moment.

In closing, if I had to summarise Wilson’s life and legacy, he was a genius in every sense of the word. He was very caring, fun-loving brother, devoted husband, loving father, father-in-law and doting grandfather. He was a dear uncle to all his nieces and nephews and a great friend to many people all around the globe.

Wilson, may you rest in peace my brother, we shall meet again in paradise until we meet again goodbye my loving brother! You will be missed dearly by your family and friends. Rest in Peace.

Baba, Tharshini and Prakash our deepest condolences and our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult and dark time.

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துயர் பகிர்வு

உங்கள் துயர் பகிர்வுகளையும், அனுதாபச் செய்திகளையும் ஒரே இடத்தில் குடும்பத்தார் பார்வையிடுவதற்காக இவ் தளத்தின் பின்னோட்டத்தில் பதிவிடலாம். எக்காரணம் கொண்டும் உங்கள் மின்னஞ்சல் தகவல் இவ் தளத்தில் பதியப்படவோ பகிரப்படவோ மாட்டாது என பணிவுடன் தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கிறோம்.

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Raman Kuppasamy (1940-2021) ராமன் குப்பசாமி

22 June 1940 – 9 December 2021

ஓம் சாந்தி, சாந்தி! சாந்தி!!

“From untruth, lead me to the truth,

From death, lead me to eternal life

From darkness, lead me to light

Om Peace, Peace and Peace prevail”

–Brihadavanyaka Upanishad–

( Asato ma Sathgamaya, Thamaso ma Jyothirgamaya, Mrithyo ma Amirtham gamaya, Om  Shanthi,  Shanthi !  Shanthi !! 

Raman Kuppasamy: Formerly of Singapore and later lived in Perth, Western Australia passed away peacefully in his sleep on 9 December 2021.

Beloved husband of Jayalakshmi (Kalaivani School of Indian classical Arts, Western Australia ), adoring father of Kalpana, late Charulatha and Bhavani, loving father-in-law of Andrew and cherished grandfather of Aravind, Arjuna, Rohan and Sarita.

Raman was blessed with his musical talents particularly in percussion and have contributed to Western Australian community at cultural events, temples, churches and especially to the Kalaivani Dance School for many years.

Raman will be missed by his family in Australia, siblings in Singapore and the extended family across the globe. Raman has charmed those around him with his humour and was loved and honoured by his friends and relatives.

May his Soul rest in Peace. Please uphold Raman and his family in your prayers & poojas.

Memorial Service (Western Australian time):

Tuesday 21st December 2021, commencing 1pm to 3pm at Trigg Island Surf Life Saving Club, 360 West Coast Drive, Trigg, Western Australia. Please note that viewing is only permitted at Trigg Surfing Club.

Please see below for the LIVESTREAM link for the Memorial Service at 12 noon.

https://livestream.com/accounts/30045108/events/10015656

Cremation (4 pm)

At the conclusion of the memorial service, funeral cortege will proceed for the cremation committal to the West Chapel at Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park, Whitfield’s Avenue, Padbury.

Private Viewing Link: https://vimeo.com/658427554/5bd1365725 

Funeral Directors: Silkwood Funerals

Raman’s shrine at his Morley house in Perth, Australia

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துயர் பகிர்வு:

உங்கள் அனுதாபச் செய்திகளையும்,துயர் பகிர்வுகளையும் ஒரே இடத்தில் குடும்பத்தாருடன் பகிர இவ் தளத்தின் பினோட்டத்தை பயன்படுத்துங்கள். எக் காரணம் கொண்டும் உங்கள் மின்னஞ்சல் தகவல்கள் பதியப்படவோ பகிரப்படவோ மாட்டாது.

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Joseph Sellathurai Rajaratnam (1924 -2021) ஜோசப் செல்லத்துரை இராஜரட்ணம்

Born: 17 June 1924
Called to rest: 25 Nov 2021

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

– 2 Timothy 4:7 –

Joseph Sellathurai Rajaratnam:  (Retired Teacher, Hartley College, Point Pedro, Jaffna)

Born and raised in Aaliyavalai, Uduthurai and lived in Bethany, Beach road, Point Pedro was called to be with the Lord in Jaffna on Thursday, 25 November 2021.

Beloved husband of late Cecilia Gunamany, cherished father of Rajini (Canada), Rajaseelan (USA), Rajabalan (Singapore), Rajaselvam(Canada) and Rajakaruna (USA),  loved father-in-law of Quintus, Nilmini, Rucklanthi, Arunika and Maithili, adored grandfather of Daniel, Anna, Jonathan, Cheryl, Anisha, Andrew and Elena and great-grandfather of Noah.

JS Rajaratnam, a graduate from Calcutta University (India) was a mathematics teacher at the Hartley College, Point Pedro since 1961. He was a well respected teacher and was fondly remembered as “Rajaratnam Master” among his students. Master has been a dedicated teacher and a strict disciplinarian who was well known for his weekly tests. Many of his students honoured and respected the great teacher after the GCE Ordinary exams results. Rajaratnam master has tutored many students of Vadamaradchchi and Hartley even after his retirement.

JS Rajaratnam was an elder of  The Methodist Church (Point Pedro) and Kaddaiveli  Circuit. He was a also a senior advisor and a local preacher of Point Pedro Methodist Church and was the Director of the “Nesakam” Church. His stewardship has left a beacon of light to the congregation of the the Methodist Churches in Vaddamarachi region.

JS. Rajaratnam will be missed and fondly remembered by his relatives, friends and students across the globe. Greater than the sorrow of his loss is the joy that he spread during his life, as he loved and helped all. His integrity and hard work continue to inspire those who knew him.

Thanksgiving Service

To celebrate the life of JS Rajaratnam, a Thanksgiving Service was held on Friday 25  November  at  the Point Pedro Methodist Church, followed by the interment at the Methodist Church Cemetery.

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

JSRajaratnam at tbe age of 94

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துயர் பகிர்வு:

உங்கள் துயர் பகிர்வுகளையும், அனுதாபச் செய்திகளையும் ஒரே இடத்தில் குடும்பத்தார் பார்வையிடுவதற்காக இவ் தளத்தின் பின்னோட்டத்தில் பதிவிடலாம். எக்காரணம் கொண்டும் உங்கள் மின்னஞ்சல் தகவல் இவ் தளத்தில் பதியப்படவோ பகிரப்படவோ மாட்டாது என பணிவுடன் தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கிறோம். 20211125-FV30

Rev. Richard Joseph Jeganathan (Jega) வண. ரிச்சர்ட் ஜோசப் ஜெகநாதன் (1944-2021)

Born: 20 March 1944 – Called to Rest: 04 November 2021

“The gift of God is eternal Life through Jesus Christ our Lord”  Romans 6:23

Rev. Richard Joseph Jeganathan (Jega) formerly of Chundikuli, Jaffna, Sri Lanka and later in Melbourne, Australia went to be with Jesus on 04 November 2021.

Beloved husband of Shantha (Nee Subramaniam), loving father of Ashok and Bindu, affectionate grand father of Joshua and Edward, loving brother of late Samuel Inbanathan, late Manohari Anandarajah, Padmini Jayaseelan (Adelaide) and Edwin Vimalanathan (U.K.), brother-in-law of Rev S.N. Sugunanathan (Adelaide), Rev Dr S. Jebanesan (former CSI Bishop of Jaffna), late Dr S.Jeyaseelan (Adelaide), Rev S, Manobavan (Brisbane) and S. Sugumar (Canberra).

Jega was an old boy of St John’s College, Jaffna and represented the 1st Eleven Cricket Team during 1962 and 63.  He qualified in Mechanical engineering in The U.K before returning to Sri Lanka, where he worked at the Paddy Marketing Board as a Mechanical Engineer. Jega migrated to Australia in 1982 and worked as a Design Engineer for the Melbourne Water. Later he did his Theology at The Presbyterian Theological College in Melbourne and served as a Pastor at The Footscray Presbyterian Church.

Thanksgiving Service:

To celebrate the life of Rev. R. J. Jeganathan, a Thanksgiving Service was held on Monday 8th Nov at The Presbyterian Church, Hawthorn Victoria, the church where Jeganathan and his family worshipped since their migration in 1982.

Rev. Richard Joseph Jeganathan will be missed and fondly remembered by his relatives, members of his Church and friends across the globe.

சோதி தோன்றும் ஓர் தேசமுண்டு

விசுவாசக் கண்ணால் காண்கிறோம்

நம் பிதா அழைக்கும் பொழுது

நாம் அங்கே வசிக்கச் செல்லுவோம்
 (தமிழாக்கம் – D.P. Niles)

Please accept this obituary notice and request the relatives and friends to uphold the family in prayers and pray for their fathers’s soul to be in eternal repose with Jesus.

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 Tributes from Jega’s mates

Classmate from St.Johns College, Jaffna

I first came to know Jega in 1958, when we were classmates at St Johns college Jaffna in the 4th Form ( Year 9). He told me that he was interested in cricket , I was glad to hear that because we had something in common. We started playing soft ball cricket with various clubs in Jaffna. I vividly remember attending his father’s funeral in 1960.

Jaga lived down Swarts lane at Chundikuli, which was very close to my residence. Jega played for the college 2nd Eleven in 1960 and later represented the 1st Eleven in 1962 and 1963. He was a good left hand batsman with a sound defense.

In the mid 80’s both of us left Sri Lanka due to the unsettled conditions in the island. Jega chose to go to Melbourne while I have settled in Sydney. Whenever I go to Melbourne, I would contact Jega who was living in the suburb of Burwood.

Some years later he told me that, he was following a course in Theology in the hope of working as a priest in a church in Melbourne. Having worked for more than 10 years as a priest Jega retired in 2017. Sadly, Jega passed away after a brief illness in a Nursing Home in Melbourne on Thursday November 4th.

He will be ever remembered.

May his soul rest in peace.

Rabi Setukavalar, Sydney, Australia

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From SJC Cricket Captain (1962-63)

“Jega played cricket for St. John’s College in 1962 and 1963. He was a very stylish and elegant left hand opening batsman. He was called Neil Harvey who was a great left hand batsman of Australia during school days. He was consistent in getting runs at every match he played.”

Daniel Mahendran Selvanayagam, Sydney, Australia

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துயர் பகிர்வு

உங்கள் துயர் பகிர்வுகளையும், அனுதாபச் செய்திகளையும் ஒரே இடத்தில் குடும்பத்தார் பார்வையிடுவதற்காக இவ் தளத்தின் பின்னோட்டத்தில் பதிவிடலாம். எக்காரணம் கொண்டும் உங்கள் மின்னஞ்சல் தகவல் இவ் தளத்தில் பதியப்படவோ பகிரப்படவோ மாட்டாது என பணிவுடன் தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கிறோம்.

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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துயர் பகிர்வு:

உங்கள் துயர் பகிர்வுகளையும், அனுதாபச் செய்திகளையும் ஒரே இடத்தில் குடும்பத்தார் பார்வையிடுவதற்காக இவ் தளத்தின் பின்னோட்டத்தில் பதிவிடலாம். எக்காரணம் கொண்டும் உங்கள் மின்னஞ்சல் தகவல் இவ் தளத்தில் பதியப்படவோ பகிரப்படவோ மாட்டாது என பணிவுடன் தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கிறோம். 

20211031-FV30

Samuel Ebenezar Manoharan (1956 – 2021) சாமுவேல் எபனேசர் மனோகரன்

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I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever

– Psalm 23:6 –

Samuel Ebenezar Manoharan (Mohan): Formerly of Point Pedro, Jaffna, Sri Lanka called to be with the Lord on 23 October 2021, London, United Kingdom.

Beloved husband of Clotilda (Mano), adoring father of Talitha Dushiyanthie (Dushy), loving son of  late W.N.S Samuel (former Principal of Hartley College) & late Inpamani Samuel,  much loved eldest brother of Dr.S.D. Vasikaran (Perth), S.G. Kirubakaran (Perth) and S.T. Prabaharan (UK).  Manoharan will be missed and fondly remembered by his relatives and friends across the globe.

Manoharan was the Chief Financial Officer of Consumers International (UK) , was the Head Prefect of Hartley College and the former President of the Hartley College Old Boys’ Association- London (HCPPA-UK).

Thanksgiving Service (UK time):

To celebrate the life of Manoharan Samuel, a Thanksgiving Service will be held on Thursday, 11 November  at  All Saints Church, Woodford Wells, 1G8 0NH. Please be seated at 12. 45 pm.

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

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Livestream  (UK time zone)

For those near and far, a live stream of the Procession, Thanksgiving Service and Cremation will be available via the following web links:

11.45am - 12 noon : Funeral Procession starting from Residence

YouTube: https://youtu.be/TIbF9Wke19o

12.30pm - 2.45pm: Thanksgiving Service

YouTube: https://youtu.be/jJxghHs-7CQ

3pm to 4pm :  Cremation at City of London Crematorium  

YouTube: https://youtu.be/TIbF9Wke19o

 

Please uphold Samuel family in your prayers and pray for Manoharan’s dear soul to be in eternal repose with The Heavenly Father.

சோதி தோன்றும் ஓர் தேசமுண்டு

விசுவாசக் கண்ணால் காண்கிறோம்

நம் பிதா அழைக்கும் பொழுது

நாம் அங்கே வசிக்கச் செல்லுவோம்

என் உற்றார் போய் விட்டார் முன் அங்கே

ஆயின் நான் மீளவும் சந்திப்பேன்

அவர் கூட்டத்தில் நான் விண்ணிலே

ஓய்வற்ற பேரின்பம் கொள்ளுவேன்

 (தமிழாக்கம் – D.P. Niles)

 Related Notice: Hartley College Obituaries

ON LINE GRIEVANCE LOG: You may share your comforting words and condolences with the family in the comments section below. Comments will be moderated before publication. Under no circumstances FINAL VOYAGE will publish personal emails and contacts.

துயர் பகிர்வு:

உங்கள் துயர் பகிர்வுகளையும், அனுதாபச் செய்திகளையும் ஒரே இடத்தில் குடும்பத்தார் பார்வையிடுவதற்காக இவ் தளத்தின் பின்னோட்டத்தில் பதிவிடலாம். எக்காரணம் கொண்டும் உங்கள் மின்னஞ்சல் தகவல் இவ் தளத்தில் பதியப்படவோ பகிரப்படவோ மாட்டாது என பணிவுடன் தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கிறோம்.

20210926-FV29

Hilda Sugirthamathy Ratnam (Nee Thampiyappa) திருமதி. ஹில்டா சுகிர்தமதி ரத்னம் (1934 – 2021)

Born: 23 November 1934
Called to Rest: 26 September 2021

“She speaks with wisdom, and on her tongue there is tender instruction. She keeps a close eye on the conduct of her family…” – Proverbs 31:26-27 –

Hilda Sugirthamathy Ratnam (Retired Teacher) Formerly of Love Lane, Uduvil, Jaffna was embraced by God on 26 September 2021 in Melbourne, Australia.

Dearly beloved wife of late Prince Ratnam, adored mother of Godwin Theepam (Melbourne), Renita Shiranee (London), Shaun Prithee (Singapore) and Sherina Dharmini (Melbourne), loved mother-in-law of Jeyantha, late Sritharan, Mary Kumutha and Sugirthakumar, cherished grandma and precious great grandma.

Much loved daughter of late Mr & Mrs Thampiyappa and treasured sister of Patricia Jeyathilake, Stanley, Kingsley, Wesley and Anasley.

Loving Hilda will be remembered and cherished forever.

Thanksgiving Service : Due to COVID restrictions in Melbourne, family will be having a private Thanksgiving Service to celebrate the life of their dear mother. Please note that extra visitors (other than the family of 10 ) will incur hefty fine for breaking the law.

Livestream of the Thanksgiving Service (Victorian timeFriday 1 October, 3 pm ): For those family and friends who cannot attend due to travel and attendance restrictions the service will be live streamed though Tribute Funeral Services.

Follow the link below on the day of the service to view the live stream of this event.
[LIVE STREAM]
Link for FuneralCast Live Streaming of the Funeral Service for Hilda Ratnam.

Please accept the obituary notice from the family and request the relatives and friends to uphold the family in prayers and pray for Hilda’s dear soul to be in eternal repose with Jesus.

Contact : Godwin Theepam Ratnam (Son) Melbourne +61439696913

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துயர் பகிர்வு: உங்கள் துயர் பகிர்வுகளையும், அனுதாபச் செய்திகளையும் ஒரே இடத்தில் குடும்பத்தார் பார்வையிடுவதற்காக இவ் தளத்தின் பின்னோட்டத்தில் பதிவிடலாம். எக்காரணம் கொண்டும் உங்கள் மின்னஞ்சல் தகவல் இவ் தளத்தில் பதியப்படவோ பகிரப்படவோ மாட்டாது என பணிவுடன் தெரிவித்துக் கொள்கிறோம்.

20210926-FV28