Leilakochamma , (Big Chief running water 😃)
You held me the day I was born (though in between the long night you put me in a cupboard and forgot about it and went around frantically searching for her oldest nephew 😂).. Our association goes back 60 ++years !!
I treasure the moments we spent together over the years ( including the one where as my First Principal of Central School- you caught my mothers forged signature on the report card 😀)
I was fortunate enough to spend several weekends together with you last in late 2019… The last time I saw you
You were a guiding light to the whole family.
Adieu Leilakochamma… Till we meet again
Our deepest condolences. Kochamma, You will be always fondly remembered. May your soul rest in peace.
For 30 years, Leilakochamma was our anchor. We shared a home, countless meals, joys and sorrows. There will never be enough words to express how grateful we are and how much we will miss you. May your soul rest in peace and we will meet you on the other shore.
To my one and only Leilammachy, I cannot believe I am writing this. You have been an integral part of my life since 1991. You were my biggest critic and strongest supporter. I will never, ever forget what you have done for me and the countless life lessons I learned from you. I count it my honour and privilege to have been able to help and care for you over these past few years.
Leilammachy, I cannot imagine my life without you but I know you are safe in the arms of Jesus. We will meet again soon. All my love, Sonu.
Our regards and reverence to our dearest loving lila koschamma. When we met her in Bangalore for our nephews wedding we had lovely time with her.HER Smile and love we have treasured in our memory .closing with prayers and ummass.loving abe manju preethi alex rhea and Neha.