Kailas Patel (11 Sep 1950 - 27 Jan 2019)

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KailasSave the Children

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Location
Kingston Crematorium Bonner Hill Road Kingston Upon Thames KT1 3EZ
Date
11th Feb 2019
Time
2.20pm
Funeral Director
Garner's Funeral Services Ltd, Kingston upon Thames

In loving memory of Kailas Patel, beloved mother to Kamal and Dipika, Ba to Harry and devoted wife of Bhasker. Kailas sadly passed away on the 27th of January. She was loved by many and will be sadly missed but forever in our memories.

By request, no flowers please. Donations to Save the Children, which was very close to Kailas' heart, would be welcomed instead.

Sarah Lamptey donated £30 in memory of Kailas
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Pauline Godwin donated £30 in memory of Kailas

In memory of our Beloved Kailas. Forever in our hearts. With our love Pauline and Hector ❤

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Pauline Godwin wrote

Dearest Kailas, wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and friend, loved by so many. You will never be forgotten. With our love Pauline and Hector ❤

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Caroline Stephenson donated £9.95 in memory of Kailas

With very loving best wishes

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Meerane Patel donated £20 in memory of Kailas

May your soul be at peace, you will always be in our thoughts, you will be sadly missed. Love Sampat mama, Indumati Mami and family.

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Natalie Parrott donated £15 in memory of Kailas

May your beautiful mum rest in peace Dip. Lots of love to you and your family xxx

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Natalie Parrott wrote

May your beautiful mum rest in peace Dip. Lots of love to you and your family xxx

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Koulla Zacharia donated £10 in memory of Kailas

So sorry for your loss. May she Rest in Peace

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Emma Yuille donated £10 in memory of Kailas

Sending all my love x

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Gilli Paveley donated in memory of Kailas

Rest in peace, Dippie's beautiful mum. Wishing you all so much love xxx

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Sarah Beckley donated £11 in memory of Kailas

Lots of love to all xx

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Nimish Patel donated £30 in memory of Kailas
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Mirrelle & Dan Lipman donated £20 in memory of Kailas

Sending you all so much love. Beautiful Kailas, now resting peacefully. Xxx

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Victoria Haberfield donated in memory of Kailas
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Jennifer Rettie donated £52.50 in memory of Kailas
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Dipalee Jukes donated £30 in memory of Kailas

For our beloved kaki, may your soul be at peace and your spirit always live on through those you loved most dearly,

Love always, Dipa, Will & family xxx

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Lloyd England donated in memory of Kailas
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Hina Patel donated £22 in memory of Kailas

Rest In Peace mami. You will be missed 🙏🙏

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Hina Patel wrote

Rest In Peace Mami 😘

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saroj and bhasker patel donated £20 in memory of Kailas

KailasBen was a lovely friend will miss her dearly

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Sarah Lamptey wrote

I used to love going round to the shop on a Saturday morning with my 50p to spend on sweets. This was far past the time when I thought I could just take sweets without asking… or paying! Kailas was always there, part of my childhood stability and how lucky to have always been met by her bright smile.

I remember her talking to neighbours, asking how their lives were, forever interested and genuinely caring. The shop was an extension of her and of course, Dipika. And if Dipika had always felt like the sister I never had, then Kallas was family too, and a family that was I was lucky enough to live right next to. Her laugh was mischievous, it became her whole face and Dipika made her laugh a lot! In fact, I knew a lot about Kallas through seeing her with Dipika. How she had a great sense of humour, how she was fiercely protective, how her love was boundless for her family.

I was allowed beyond the shop! I remember feeling special, being able to walk through the back and skip up the stairs, to be allowed to run around the house and for there to always, ALWAYS, be the best cooking I’ll ever eat ready for me. This was before I knew what generosity really was. I probably grew up thinking that this would happen everywhere, that home-cooked snacks and warming, comforting curries with stacks of bread would be offered to me throughout life. How incredibly wonderful and unique to have had the Patels at the very centre of my childhood. With Kallas at the very centre of them.

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Sarah Lamptey wrote

I used to love going round to the shop on a Saturday morning with my 50p to spend on sweets. This was far past the time when I thought I could just take sweets without asking… or paying! Kailas was always there, part of my childhood stability and how lucky to have always been met by her bright smile.

I remember her talking to neighbours, asking how their lives were, forever interested and genuinely caring. The shop was an extension of her and of course, Dipika. And if Dipika had always felt like the sister I never had, then Kallas was family too, and a family that was I was lucky enough to live right next to. Her laugh was mischievous, it became her whole face and Dipika made her laugh a lot! In fact, I knew a lot about Kallas through seeing her with Dipika. How she had a great sense of humour, how she was fiercely protective, how her love was boundless for her family.

I was allowed beyond the shop! I remember feeling special, being able to walk through the back and skip up the stairs, to be allowed to run around the house and for there to always, ALWAYS, be the best cooking I’ll ever eat ready for me. This was before I knew what generosity really was. I probably grew up thinking that this would happen everywhere, that home-cooked snacks and warming, comforting curries with stacks of bread would be offered to me throughout life. How incredibly wonderful and unique to have had the Patels at the very centre of my childhood. With Kallas at the very centre of them.

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Helena Bigham donated £30 in memory of Kailas

My mother, will miss her dearest friend.

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The Colletts donated £20 in memory of Kailas

All our love.

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The Colletts wrote

All our love.

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Aaron Lamptey is attending the funeral and the reception
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