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Dear Hartleyites:

I regret to inform that Ramanathan Ketheeswaran (1978 O/L) passed away due to sudden illness at London, UK on 19th July 2007.

He is survived by his wife Manohary (Kandasamy), brother R. Jeyathevan (1972 O/L ), a Hartleyite and sons Balavinoth, Balamayran, and Balapirrashanth.

Viewing & Funeral:

Viewing will be held between 9:00 to 1:30 Sunday, July 29, 2007 at Bowlane, Scout Centre, Lower Morden Lane, Surrey, SM4 4SJ and Funeral will be held thereafter.

Phone: +44-208-2877-567

53 Maycourt, Pincott Road, London, SW 19 2LE, United Kingdom

V. Vijenthira
President HCPPA Canada/USA

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