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Priya made it a point to bring the whole family to Muswell Hill in North London for my birthday - such was his love for us. I will never forget when my grandmother suddenly passed away in Wimbledon, Priya and Nadani made several visits to our home with food and spent time with us. Priya was a founding member of the registered British charity, Deaf and Blind Sri Lanka - he was the charity's Treasurer - Priya and the DABAL committee have raised thousands of pounds for Deaf and Blind Schools - right across Sri Lanka.
I last spoke to Priya in the Nursingham Home in Warlingham three days before he died and I so thank God for the precious moment to pray with him, over the telephone. Back then Priya's mind was razor sharp and he was determined to get better, he took his walking frame and was walking up and down the garden several times. Priya was an old boy of Richmond College, Galle, in Sri Lanka (1950-1958) and a graduate of the University of Peradeniya.
His daughter Teri took me to see him in Caterham when I was visiting the U. I remember meeting his parents Reverend Osmund and Mrs Welikala (who are related to the Corea Family) when I was a child.
No longer in our life to share, but in our hearts, you are always there. Her husband, Dekin, passed away on 13th January 2000.
She is survived by her daughter Deepthi with husband Tony, son Ruwan with wife Michelle and grandchildren Jack, Amy, Max, Ellen and Molly.
Brother of late Eksath, Lakshman, Srilal and late Sunil, brother-in law of Marlini, Kanthi, Chrishanti and Shiromie (Canada).