Prema Kuruvatti (23 Oct 1953 - 19 Mar 2016)

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PremaJohn Eastwood Hospice Trust

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Funeral Service

Location
Abbey Lane Cemetery Abbey Lane Sheffield S8 0HN
Date
1st Apr 2016
Time
1pm
Funeral Director
W Flint Funeral Service

Burial Details

Location
Abbey Lane Cemetery Abbey Lane Sheffield S8 0HN
Date
1st Apr 2016
Time
1pm

Funeral Reception

Location
The Kuruvatti HouseholdWest EndPinxtonNG16 6NN
Date
1st Apr 2016
Time
2.15pm

In loving memory of Prema Kuruvatti who sadly passed away on 19th March 2016. The last year has been hard. You faced your surprise diagnosis and subsequent treatment with stoicism and grace, never once complaining. At the end you were peaceful and unafraid. A lesson to us all.

In the last few weeks so many people have expressed their love and fondness for you. You touched many lives. Our last weekend together was filled with laughter, and fond reminiscences of times past. You were with the people that you loved, and that loved you. We will all miss you.

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I’ve realised that what people say in regards to grief is an immutable fact of life. It doesn’t ever go away, you simply get better at dealing with it. Every now and again I’m reminded of just how much I miss you, and how much I wish you were here ❤️

I’ve realised that what people say in regards to grief is an immutable fact of life. It doesn’t ever go away, you simply get better at dealing with it. Every now and again I’m reminded of just how much I miss you, and how much I wish you were here ❤️

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I miss you, come back

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Jay Kuruvatti wrote

A year ago today, almost to the minute, you left us mummy and died. That last word still seems so unreal in relation to you, but nothing can change the fact that you have been taken from us. Life continues as it always does, but nothing truly eases the pain and sorrow we have in just not having you here, of being a part of each others lives and a constant, comforting presence. But live we must for what other choice is there. I don't think I will be adding any more entries on here, but I plan to keep sending you letters and birthday cards. You will always be with me mummy, always. And though death has taken you physically, it will not stop the relationship that we will still have. We still have time.....it will just be different. I love you so much mummy and miss you so much. Forever your loving son, Papu.

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Jay Kuruvatti wrote

A year ago tomorrow, you were leaving the hospital to go into the hospice. This would be your last journey. After all the other journeys you made across the globe, crossing continents, this would be your last. This last phase of your life will always be a sad memory but it reminds me of the last few, precious days we all had together. I love you mummy.

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shilpa bajaj wrote

Dearest aunty merry Christmas. Even though you are not here you are always in my thoughts. I wish you were here to celebrate, we all miss you very much especially mum. You were and always will be in our hearts forever.

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Jay Kuruvatti wrote

You are in my thoughts every day mummy. We all miss you so much. It is not fair, but we have no choice but to try and carry on with our lives and make them ones that you would have been proud of. We will always feel the love and caring that you have us, always.

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Jay Kuruvatti wrote

Dear mummy,
It would have been your birthday last week- 63- you should have been there for it. We remembered and cherished you on the 21st and celebrated your life. Today is Diwali and another celebration that you will miss with us all. We all miss you so much mummy. You are always in our thoughts and in our hearts. Love you mummy.

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Jay Kuruvatti wrote

Mummy it is 6 months today since you left us all. We are all still so sad and time does little to ease the pain. Just miss you so much and can't believe you have gone. Just not real. I am going to get lots of Cheerfulness daffodils to plant in the garden for the Spring to make us both happy and sad. Love you mummy.

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Vyjayanthi Kudari wrote

Prema, It's nearly 5 months. Can't believe. Going to see Chandranna Soon. Memories linger of having good times in Pinxton house.

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Jay Kuruvatti wrote

We all miss you so much. You have gone but you are still very much with us all. You always will be. Love you mummy.

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Jay Kuruvatti wrote

Mummy I can't believe that almost 3 months have passed since you left us all. I still can't believe that you are gone. I miss you. Tomorrow is my birthday and it will be 39 years from the day when you brought me into this world. You should have been here for more family birthdays. I'll miss you tomorrow more than usual.

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  • Hi Papu, Happy Belated 39th Birthday Beta. I know it's hard. Mum's blessings and memories are always with you all. Life goes on.... How is Dad? Has he movedto Sheffield? Love to all at home. Say hi to Pallavi & Family. Visit us all sometime. Take care. Kudaris.

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  • Thanks auntie and it was good to see you all at the weekend.

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Sid Burton wrote

I still can't believe that you're gone, it's been just over a month and it still feels completely and utterly surreal. Things will be normal and then all of a sudden it creeps up on me and hits me like a truck, the fact that you are gone and will never come back. Truthfully, it's infuriating. Why did you die when there are so many others on this earth who don't deserve to be here like you do? I know you wouldn't want me (or anybody) to think that but it's something I can't ignore. Love You forever and always.

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Prema , miss you. Lovely memories of you LInger.

Prema , miss you. Lovely memories of you LInger.

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Minal Jamkhande wrote

Aunty, we will always miss you..have so many fond memories of you..my first grand baby shower..and so many thoughtful things.that you did ..still can't believe that you are no more. UK will never be the same for us without you. We probably didn't meet as much as we wanted but I always had all your support just a phone call away. Thank you so much for everything..may you rest in peace and we will always miss you..Minal, Nikhil and family

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Loving Ajji

Loving Ajji

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  • Lovely Picture of Dear Ajji & Mila. Her LOve & Blessings are always with you all.

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Sidhu Burton wrote

I'll miss you Ajji, hopefully it will get easier with time but your loss will always hurt and we will never forget you. Love you...

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Shubha Kulkarni wrote

Just cant believe that u r not with us anymore, but I know ur always around us n bless us in all things we do. I really thank you for all the support and love u gave me, ur always my roll model, I always luv u miss u alot Amma.

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