UK Malayalee community leader Mangalan’s mother pass away in Croydon – UKMALAYALEE

UK Malayalee community leader Mangalan’s mother pass away in Croydon

Saturday 18 April 2020 1:21 AM UTC

CROYDON April 18: Mrs Sukesini Vidyasagaran (88), wife of Late Mr P Vidyasagaran and mother of one of UK Malayalee community leaders Mangalan and KCWA Welfare Officer, passed away on Friday 17th April at Albany Lodge Nursing Home in Croydon.

Mrs Sukesini Vidyasagaran was residing at 87 Woodville Road, Thornton Heath Surrey CR7 8LP. She arrived in the UK in 1975. She was a native of Attingal in Thiruvananthapuram district.

She is survived by her son Mangalan and daughters Saraswathy (Moly), Uma and Sindhu, daughter in law, son in laws, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

As there are no more public funerals or wakes due to the Covid-19 pandemic the community will not be able to come together to reminisce the life of Sukesini Vidyasagaran, which will be sorley missed.

Mangalan, a noted figure within the community has been serving the community, in particular attending to the communities at the times of need.

In regards to funeral, the government have asked that people should only attend the funerals of members of their household, close family members, or friends who will not have any family at the service.

Therefore the family requests to keep Sukesini Vidyasagaran in your praters. To show your love and appreciation the family has set up a fundraising page JustGiving page.

If you wish to contribute or in lieu of flowers you would have laid for her, you can make a donation in her memory to Diabetes UK so that others may continue to benefit from the great work that they do.

To pay condolences please ring Mangalan on 02086538555 or 07960080062

To make a payment please visit the

website https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sukesiniv

Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page Mangalan, Moly, Uma, and Sindhu.

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Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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