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Obituary Notice of Samuel Ebenezar Manoharan

It is with great sadness we announce that Mr. Samuel Ebenezar Manoharan passed away on 23rd October 2021 at the age of 65, in London after a courageous battle with long term illness.

Samuel was the beloved husband of Clotilda (Mano) and adoring father of Talitha Dushiyanthie. He was the loving son of the late Mr. W.N.S Samuel (former Principal of Hartley College) and Inpamani Samuel, and the eldest brother of Dr. S.D. Vasikaran (Perth), S.G. Kirubakaran (Perth) and S.T. Prabaharan (UK).

Samuel was the Chief Financial Officer of Consumers International in London for approximately 20 years. He was also the Head Prefect of Hartley College and a member of the cricket squad in the 70s. Additionally, he was the former President of the HCPPA-UK.

Samuel authored many articles, some of which were published in the news media including The Times UK & The Sunday Observer Sri Lanka. He composed many songs, and choreographed/ performed in musical dramas throughout his life. He was a skilled pianist and excelled in elocution, receiving multiple awards in recognition of his talents.

Samuel will be solely missed by his family, friends and the Hartley College community.

Funeral arrangements will be circulated in due course.

Information was provided by his brother Vasi through Mr. Gnani Alvapillai (Canada)
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