14 thoughts on “Sad News”

  1. Sad news indeed. I had an opportunity of chatting with Chndralatha at our last reunion in 2018. She had a few complaints about her health. Despite her ill health at that time she attended the reunion.

    Piching and I would like to convey our deepest condolences to Chnadralatha’s family.

    May she attain the Supreme Bliss of Nirvana.

    Nisantha and Piching


  2. Sad news indeed … What a great thing we have the Web Page to inform the Class of 64– Thanks a lot Sam .
    Sam- I sent you some pics taken at the three RUs – 2014, 2018, 2019 — with Chandralatha , and a Tribute To Chandralatha , for you to post on the web .
    I just spoke with Rajes — she talked with Chandralatha a month ago – and there were no major health issues other than some mobility issues . Rajes had one of her relatives visit Chandralatha too a year ago . Rajes and Chandralatha were very close friends, a lovely bond of friendship , from their time together as room mates, in UK back in 1979 .
    There were no major health issues, from what I recall from the last time I saw her at Beruwala – 2019 — other than some aches, pains in the joints , which is nothing new at this stage in our lives .
    Well– this is Life …
    Stay Safe and Be Well — Deepthie .


  3. Our dear Chandralatha,
    Extremely sad news and a great loss to our batch
    last time we met her was during a trip to Indfajith’s house
    Uncompromisingly loyal batch mate, she surely be badly missed
    May her attain Nibbana, freeing herself from cycle of birth & death


  4. Sad News. I had some conversations with Chandralatha, while in Med School. She was a Wonderful, quiet lady, well spoken & courteous. Down to earth Human Being. Never continues contacts after I moved to United States. Those precious memories of a well balanced, decent Woman, are in my memories.
    Chandralatha, May you rest in peace. Acknowledging sympathies to her Family & Loved ones



  5. Very sad to hear the news.
    Last I spoke to her was at our Reunion.
    She was always a quiet wonderful lady.
    May her soul rest in peace.


  6. So sad to hear.She was a harmless soul. Very loyal to the batch.She Dhamsa Damayanthi were the 3 Gunaratnes.
    Damayanthi was very keen to attend the funeral but none of us can go because of the covid situ here
    RIP for. her soul


  7. I was very sad to hear the passing away of Chandralatha . She was a very sociable girl and hardly missed a reunion . Her kindness and dedication to the batch to take part in whatever event we had planned was exemplary. She will be sadly missed . May she attain Nibbana💐
    Praxy and Ranjit


  8. It is indeed very sad to hear of Chandralatha’s death.
    I am grateful to Sam and the Batch Blog that helps us to keep abreast of news, both good and bad, about batch mates.
    Please convey my condolences to her family.


  9. Sad indeed to hear of Chandralathas passing.
    I had the pleasure of catching up with her over brunch at the last RU at Beruwala in 2019. She filled me in on the ‘Locals’, the ‘Patriotic Souls’ among us who opted to stay back and serve the Motherland rather than seek ‘greener pastures’ overseas.
    Chandralatha had some cardiac issues and had undergone a coronary intervention (angioplasty and stenting) not long before.
    My condolences to the family.

    Nihal Goonetilleke


  10. Very sad news to hear Chandralatha’s death. Please convey our deepest sympathies to her daughter
    and family members.
    Dalpe & Priyankarie


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