Cricketer Manilal Viswambharan’s mother passed away in Croydon – UKMALAYALEE

Cricketer Manilal Viswambharan’s mother passed away in Croydon

Thursday 19 March 2020 9:43 AM UTC

By A Staff Reporter

CROYDON March 19: A senior citizen from Croydon passed away yesterday (Wednesday 18th March 2020). Gomathy Viswambaran, wife of Late Krishnan Viswambaran, passed away yesterday following a cardiac arrest at the Mayday Hospital in Croydon.

Gomathy Viswambaran arrived in the UK in early 1980s and has been residing at Abbey Road, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 1RW.

She is a native of Vilabhagam in Varkala in Kerala. The family has been residing at Govind Cottage, Seematti Junction, Chathannoor, Kollam.

She was loving mother of Girijamani, Manilal and her Late daughters Ramamani and Ambikamani, mother in law of Lekha and grandmother to her grandchildren.

Funeral will take place in the UK. More details will be updated once the funeral date is fixed.

Manilal, who is an avid cricketer and business owner, based in Croydon, is a popular figure among the London Malayalee community.

This website offers its sincere condolences to the bereaving family.

To pay tributes please contact Manilal (son) 07940012059, Girija (daughter) 07443562699, Arub (nephew) 07950706602.

Manilal has sent the below message to those who wish to pay tribute to his Late mother.

Dear all,

It is with great sadness that I inform you that my beloved mother, Gomathy Viswambaran has passed away yesterday afternoon (18th March 2020) in Croydon. We have received many condolence messages and tributes, which both my family and I are thankful for and your support during this difficult time.

We realise that due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak, it may be difficult for some of you to visit us personally. Please therefore, keep my mother in your prayers.

However, please feel welcome to visit us at anytime to pay your last respect to my mother.

I shall update you about the funeral arrangements in due course.

Thank you for your support and kind words, during this difficult time.

Kind Regards,

Manilal Viswambaran

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