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Mr. Gopalu Cumaravelu

Mr. Gopalu Cumaravelu (Hartley old boy) passed away on 23rh April 2009 in Melbourne Australia, at the age of 92. He is the husband of Parameswary and the father of Mahendran (Hartley old boy), Chandravathana, Manivannan (Hartley old boy), Chandragowry, Mathiyalagan (Hartley old boy). He is the father-in-law of Sulochana, Nithianandan (Hartley old boy), Verni, Jeyaseelan (Hartley old boy) and Thamaraichelvi.

Funeral and Ceremony will be held on:

Sunday April 26, 2009
from 10:30am to 12:30pm
at Boyd Chapel, Sringvale Cemetery
Princess Hwy, Springvale
Melway 80 E8


Mahendran 613-95614797

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Mr. Mahen Mahendran
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