Thursday 23 April 2020 7:04 PM UTC
By A Staff Reporter
LONDON April 23: The funeral and cremation service of Mrs Sukesini Vidyasagaran, who passed away on Friday 17th April in Croydon, will be held on Friday 24th April 2020 at 1.30pm at the East Chapel, Croydon Crematorium Mitcham Road CR9 3AT. There will be no open casket viewing. The hearse will briefly stop outside the family home at 87 Woodville Road, Thornton Heath Surrey CR7 8LP before continuing on to the East Chapel.
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 sorely 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 prayers. To show your love and appreciation the family has set up a fundraising page JustGiving page.
If you wish to contribute 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 make a payment please visit the website https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/sukesiniv
The fundraising page set up by the family also thanks those contributors for taking the time to visit the JustGiving page and contributing to show mark of respect, a note from Mangalan, Moly, Uma, and Sindhu said.
Since setting up the page the community has contributed more than £3,000
To pay condolences please ring Mangalan on 02086538555 or 07960080062
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.
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