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Monday, March 01, 2004
Published on 1st March. 2004
CHELLAMMAL alias Muthulakshmi (97), W/o Late R. Easwara Iyer, Advocate, Sripuram, Tirunelveli, attained Heavenly Abode 05 hrs., 29-02-2004. Son I. Venkateswaran, (Retd. Head Master, A.V.H.S., Satur). A-1, Dynamic Flat, 31-33, Parangusapura m Street, Rangarajapuram, Chennai-24. 044-24726842
S. PARTHASARATHY (70), Retd. Principal, PTS, ICF, attained Acharyan Thiruvadi, 29-2-04 at 18, Anjugam Nagar I St., Jaffarkhanpet, Ashok Nagar P.O., Chennai-83. Tel. 24897914.
S. VEDAVALLI (87), wife of V. Sriraman, attained Acharyan Thiruvadi on 29-2-2004, leaving behind sons, daughter, grand and great-grand children. Eyes donated to Sankara Nethralaya. Phone: 24357119, Chennai.
Sri K. KANNAN, brother of Brahmasri K. Jayarama Ganapatigal of Triplicane, expired on 29-02-2004. Cremation on 1-03-2004. Address: 16/5, Hindi Prachar Sabha Street, T.Nagar, Chennai-600017. Phone: 24346182. Inserted by sons K. Ramachandran and K. Narayanan.
Mrs. R. CHELLAMAL (64), W/o Mr. M. B. Ramamurthy, D/o (Late) Shri S. Venkatraman (Auditor, Kumbakonam), passed away on February 29, 2004 after a brief illness, leaving behind husband, son, daughters and grand children. Dasaham on 9th March 2004 at Ambattur. Tel. (044) 2658-3944.
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