Thomas Sebastian (Sunny) Passed Away in Hamilton, Canada

Thomas Sebastian (Sunny-52) Passed Away in Hamilton, Canada. He is survived by his Wife: Ancy[Marangattil, Ayarkkunnam], Children: Ashley, Alwin,Joshua  and Siblings: Fr.Joseph Pariyarath and Lincy Joseph

Viewing: On Thursday 27th December [6pm to 9pm] and Friday 28th December [5pm to 9pm]Bay Gardens Funeral Home, 947 Rymal Road East, Hamilton, ON L8W 3M2

FUNERAL: On Saturday, 29th December, 2012 at: Annunciation of Our Lord Parish , 280 Limeridge Road West Hamilton, ON

Report by: Jaison Mathew [WNN]

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7 Comments

  1. Siby Joseph

    We, the staff of St. Joseph’s College, Moolamattom, Kerala, India, deeply grieves over the untimely demise of our one time colleague Mr. Thomas Sebastian “Sunny” . He had been a great friend of ours who made our life sunny and pleasant in every sense during his life with us from 1982-’86. He was a jolly good fellow who was naturally happy and made every one so  who came into contact with him. We cherish the sweet moments of our life with him and express our sense of of belongingness to his family. 

    Staff, St. Joseph’s College, Moolamattom

  2. Sunny

    My heartiest condolences to Sunny sir. He was my best chemistry teacher st. Joseph’s and put a passion for chemistry in me.

  3. syriac kurian

    the perfect gentleman in hamilton, whenever you talk to him feels like someone in our family we feel, he will lives in our heart forever. pray to god for his soul and his family to get strengthen in this difficult time.

  4. jilu and sajan

    When we were in canada back in 2001-2003,we had the opportunity to meet him and his family.So difficult to take the fact that he has passed away .Praying for Ancychechi and the kids.Let the Lord comfort them in this sorrow and the good memories about sunnychettan stay in our hearts.

  5. Sabu George Kuzhippallil

    Sunny’s smiling and energetic face and other memories about him are still alive in our thoughts. He should be described as a “Man who cannot die”. His life was so much overflowing, that we were fortunate to drink from that stream. He was popular all over Canada for his kindness and excellent organizational skills. He will be badly missed during the days to come. We pray for his soul and extend our condolences to the family.

  6. Kurian

    Years back, I have heard stories about one Malayalyee guy in hamilton who helped many newcomers.
    Later , I was blessed have known him. His memory will always remain deep within my heart.
    Although it’s difficult today to see beyond the sorrow,May looking back in memory help comfort all of us.

  7. Jiji

    I couldnt believe it first. My hearty condolences. Remembering visit to his home and the dinner with family during our short stay in hamilton in 2006.

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