born on June 22, 1932 and
passed away on May 28, 2023.
Most dedicated employee who served the Governement Of Tamil Nadu for decades till he reitred as Deputy Secretary as a thorough professional driven by high moral principles and impeccable meticulos practices.
With such an incredible memory, he was an ardent cricket fan who could quote amazing statistics and interesting facts across time periods. He had this penchant for followng the game with well created score cards and analysis with such passion.
A loving husband, a wonderful father, a proud granfather, a caring freind & guide to many.
He will always be 'the most dearest' in our hearts forever.
Vimala Ramachandran (wife)
Ravi, Raghu (sons) & Gayathri (daughter)
Annuradhaa, Nirmala (daughters-in-law) & Sundaresan (son-in-law)
Manasa, Mridulla, Arvind, Bhargavi & Karthikeyan (Grandchildren)
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May his soul rest in peace.I have been amazed by his English proficiency and wit.
thatha, you mean so much to me. you were someone that we all have so much respect for. no one can ever be like you thatha. i really wish i got to see you one more time. i would do anything just to hear your voice and see your smile one more time. unfortunately, i arrived late. i will make sure to read the slokas you wrote for me everyday. you always used to tell me to share your jokes with my friends and teachers. i will definitely do it thatha. i will make you proud one day. we love your forever thatha 🕊️
May his soul rest in peace. Praying God to give you Raghu and family to give strength at this moment. Deep condolences Raghu
Mama you were an integral part of our childhood memories…you spoke less and gave space to all Ravi’s friends… a life well lived…. Rest in peace Mama!!! Om Shanti 🙏
" A friend in need is a friend indeed" which yoi always say whenever i come to see Ravi . Rest in peace . Uncle .
Immanuel Raj Kumar
He always came across to me as someone who personified remarkable devotion & commitment to his job, high moral principles and as someone we look upto, reminding me of my dad. His incredible memory with which he rattled out cool stats on cricket, the passion and enthusiasm he showed while we discussed the game, always surprised me. He never missed a chance to wish me 'Merry Christmas' whenever I had a chance to meet him during the season. I am fresh with the memory of his enthusiasm with which he swiftly went into the room, reached up to pull out our school group photo just to show it to me. Ravi...you always were your very best to him and I am sure he will be so proud of you, Raghu & Rama. His life & the memories he left behind will always be cherished...forever. Immanuel Raj Kumar