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Deceased List the group that did the O/L for the 1st time in 1967

1. Karunaratne Chrishantha

2. De Silva Everard

3. Thabrew Vijith

4. Gunatilleke S.P

5. Mendis N.T.

6. Dias R.K.

7. Samuel D.M.K.

8. Yoganandan R.

9. De Silva N.W.

10. Vetharanium B.J.R.

11. Nanayakkara Romaine (the Buddhist priest)

12. Sri Pathmakumar K S

13. Jamaldeen P.M.

14. Sirimanna Rohan

15. Wanigasekera Sarath

16. Kotalawela Lakshman

17. Jayasuriya K.R.

18. Amarasinghe Jayantha

19. Bulankulane Keerthi

20. De Mel Rohan T.

21. Liyanage E.

22. Gunawardena Dayanthamal T.

23. Rodrigo S.J.

24. Galaboda Y.L.

25. Loganandan Kathiesan

26. Weerasingham Suriyakumar

27. Thigarajah C. Nesan

28. Coorey Ranjith

29. A M De Silva

30. V K Senanayake

31. R Y Manukulasooriya

32. Rohan Karunaratne

33. Riley De Silva

34. D P Rodrigo

35. J B Peiris

36. Russell G Vandersay.

37. Nalaka Colambage.

38. R C Mendis.

39. Ramesh B Weeratunga.

40. Sarath Abeykoon.

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THOMIAN CLASS OF ‘66

OBITUARIES the group that did the O/L for the 1st time in 1966

1.Paranagama N

2.Mapitigama Dushmantha

3.Mahendran Bala

4.De Abrew Neil

5.Piyadasa Nihal

6.Wikramanayake Mano

7.Abeywardena Harsha

8.Peiris Eksith

9.Kulakulasuriya Cithral

10.Goonatileka Rohan

11.De Saram Harin

12.Kapil Abeyratne

13.Chandra Condegama

14.Weeragama

15.Geethal De Soysa

16.Jayalath De Soysa

17.B T W Jayasekera

18.Devapriya Pediris.

19.Minchi Min Shang

20.Mahilal Piyatissa.

21.Anil Alwis.


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THOMIAN CLASS OF ‘65

OBITUARIES the group that did the O/L for the 1st time in 1965

1. Achillles Anton
2. Adamally A K
3. Alexander J E K
4. Aranwela Ashley
5. Balaji P K
6. Cader F A
7. Cader FSA
8. de Croose Kenneth
9. de Silva B S H
10. de Mel R Nihal
11. Elapata C E S
12. Ellawela Mohan
13. Fernando B J B
14. Fernando C R
15. Gajanayake Gamini
16. Herath T M
17. Illesinghe Oliver
18. Kalpage M J
19. Kannangara H D W
20. Perera L S A
21. Peter N I
22. Petrinelli A T R
23. Ram R B
24. Silva P V G
25. Tennakoon A K
26. Thenabadu Lal
27. Thomas M
28. Warnasooriya Gemunu
29. Wickremasekera S N S
30. Wickremasinghe Leon
31. Wijewardena B D D
32. Goonawardena Rohan L S
33. Wijewardena Palitha


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From: thulangit wijesuriya <tmjourneyoflife@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Feb 6, 2018 at 3:09 PM
Subject: Re: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Thank you Sriyan for the kind invitation, which I would have accepted & attended , if I was visiting
Sri Lanka at the material time, which unfortunately I will not be.
I would like to remember all those in the list, & dedicate the merit of the spiritual & altruistic joy derived
by your wholesome deed for their spiritual & altruistic joy & well being wherever they may be, & may such
merit aid them in their individual lives to realise & experience eternal peace & bliss, in the deathless state.
Kind regards,
TM


"May all beings without exception be free from suffering & affliction,& be well,peaceful & happy"
{A student in early buddhism & comparative religion at interfaith}
"With Warm Regards & May All Blessings be with you"
Thulangit M("TM")Wijesuriya
tmjourneyoflife@gmail.com


From: Rohan Hettiarachchi <yahaladuwa3000@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Feb 6, 2018 at 9:59 PM
Subject: Fwd: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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SEE MY COMMENTS BELOW

Deceased List the group that did the O/L for the 1st time in 1967

1. Karunaratne Chrishantha - brilliant vocalist / our first class mate to expire if I recall right

2. De Silva Everard - very good tennis player

3. Thabrew Vijith - good square arm bowler / short temper

4. Gunatilleke S.P - quiet fellow and to himself mostly

5. Mendis N.T. recited Sinhala poetry well / neat and tidy .

6. Dias R.K. was called Ratu Kalu (RK) , humble chap

7. Samuel D.M.K. mischievous but a goodie

9. De Silva N.W. good vocalist / turned out to be a radical musician woodstock style / later got into robes to seek reality .

10. Vetharanium B.J.R. quiet fellow

13. Jamaldeen P.M. quite an amiable fellow

15. Wanigasekera Sarath mischievous / action oriented

16. Kotalawela Lakshman was like a professor / knew many subjects though not a star

17. Jayasuriya K.R. chubby and happy

18. Amarasinghe Jayantha thought he was James Bond / posed off to be more than what he was

19. Bulankulane Keerthi very well compiled personality / boarder / custodians of the Sri Maha Bodhi Anuradhapura

20. De Mel Rohan T. never mixed too much at STC / was a hotel Dept Head and a lecturer in hotels later on

21. Liyanage E. happy go lucky / not worried and easy going

22. Gunawardena Dayanthamal T. harmless / not very focused / good fellow

23. Rodrigo S.J. looks very busy all the time / worked at Hitachi Colombo

24. Galaboda Y.L. boarder / no nonsense type projection

25. Loganandan Kathiesan was a peaceful chap and harmless by nature

26. Weerasingham Suriyakumar brilliant musician / rather absent minded

27. Thigarajah C. Nesan a good drummer / loves oriental type music

28. Coorey Ranjith combed his hair well with a bump / stylish fellow

29. A M De Silva soft ball cricketer who was well known to bat opposite the dinning hall using the lamp post as the wicket .

30. V K Senanayake sinhala specialist / good vocalist / happy guy

31. R Y Manukulasooriya quite good in outdoor sports / no nonsense type

32. Rohan Karunaratne good ruggerite / entertainer / quiet stirrer

33. Riley De Silva did not care two hoots about studies or himself / harmless

34. D P Rodrigo was a leading hotel barman later in life / had six fingers in one hand

35. J B Peiris popular at College and later as a sports teacher too / good actor in Drama comps / spoke of Thomian values

36. Russell G Vandersay. was a quiet and harmless guy

37. Nalaka Colambage. columbus / was a hotel Restaurant & Bar Mngr later in life / easy going

38. R C Mendis. good rugger player at STC and for Havies / not worried about life in general

39. Ramesh B Weeratunga. talented vocalist / song writer / woodstock stylist / lived in Berlin later in life

40. Sarath Abeykoon. genial Dr par excellence / he was highly respected and honoured / good academic & sportsman at STC



From: Thomas Ponna Thurairatnam <tthurair@gmail.com>

Date: Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 6:02 AM
Subject: Re: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Dear Sriyan,
Wonderful thought and as usual your Thomian spirit shines through.
These forty friends who have unfortunately gone beyond are quite a star studded bunch. There are leaders, musicians, sportsmen and professionals and I knew a couple of them well.

1. Karunaratne Chrishantha was a flamboyant and fun loving guy who was a talented singer. He went by the stage name of Zilan Zuby if I remember right.

10. Vetharanium B.J.R. A quiet person who loved to cycle. He was possibly the first we lost.

12. Sri Pathmakumar K S A close friend who was shy but very loyal and extremely helpful

16. Kotalawela Lakshman Having known him from prep school days he was a humble soul that never boasted or thrived on his connections.

18. Amarasinghe Jayantha Another close friend and one who was very good looking and popular and always flashed a smashing smile that was infectious.

19. Bulankulane Keerthi He had the most amazing gray eyes!

25. Loganathan Katheeswaran (Corrected) He was a true leader who stood strong on principles against the northern terrorists and was ultimately gunned down by them

26. Weerasingham Suriyakumar Everyone knows Suri's musical talent and his stint with the Savage on Keyboards. Few knew that he also played Piano Accordion, Guitar, Drums, Clarinet and Saxophone. Possibly fewer knew what a devilish prankster he was. Another close friend of mine gone too soon.

27. Thigarajah C. Nesan Another music rhythm genius on all types of percussion, east and west. A gentle and calm soul.

32. Rohan Karunaratne A ruggerite and a good looker with a friendly smile for all.

35. J B Peiris Possibly the best cricketer who did not play first eleven!

38. R C Mendis. A childhood friend from when we were both 3 or 4 down Hampden Lane. Was the college front row forward at rugby but what was less known was that he was an ambidextrous bowler in cricket.

39. Ramesh B Weeratunga. A teenage celebrity with the Thomian group the Buggs of the 60s who continued his music in Europe and had a couple of songs to his name.

40. Sarath Abeykoon. The most recent loss; a well known oncologist

Fondest memories of all of them! RIP, friends. You will be missed.

____________________________________
Thomas P Thurairatnam
32, Bray Drive, Ajax L1T 3L8, Canada
Telephone: +1 905 239 7666 (H), +1 416 882 4237(C)


From: Bo Shu <bo_shu@comcast.net>
Date: Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 12:03 PM
Subject: RE: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Sriyan,

Here are my memories of the dearly departed classmates.

Regards

Bo





Deceased List the group that did the O/L for the 1st time in 1967


2. De Silva Everard – I remember his great wide smile. If I recall he lived close to college.

3. Thabrew Vijith – Another face I remember. I used to hang out with him in the lower school days.

5. Mendis N.T. – Quiet and poised guy.

11. Nanayakkara Romaine (the Buddhist priest)

13. Jamaldeen P.M. – I remember sitting next or close to him in our ‘home room’ in Mrs Samuel’s class. He was a fun loving fellow with a happy personality.

16. Kotalawela Lakshman – He with the brainy look and studious spectacles which constantly kept riding down his nose. A nice guy overall and seemed lost in thought when he was walking up the stairs in the old chemistry building.

20. De Mel Rohan T. – Very genteel in appearance, speech and personality. A true gentleman.

23. Rodrigo S.J. – was he related to DP?

32. Rohan Karunaratne – I think I played rugby with him. A mild mannered friend. I never saw him being mad or have a unkind word for anyone.

34. D P Rodrigo – related to SJ Rodrigo? I thought they were brothers. Well behaved guys.

35. J B Peiris – Oh my, I still remember his face. He had such wide eyes and a flushed face and a very nice cherubic personality.

36. Russell G Vandersay. – Hung out a lot with Russel during lunchtime at the Thalassa tree playing tennis ball cricket with others, notably Michael Thiedeman.

38. R C Mendis. – I played rugby with him. He was the hooker, and I was the prop forward. I remember him living on Hampton Ln in wellawatte? I’ve attached a picture of him at Nuware Eliya. We were vacationing at the same Hotel many many years ago. He is on the far right.

39. Ramesh B Weeratunga. – Was he one of the founders of the bugz group with Baba Navaratne?

40. Sarath Abeykoon. – Of course I can’t forget Sarath. A great fellow student and someone who cared deeply for others in his profession.



I wish to extend my thanks to our departed friends loved ones for having had the privilege of being friends and classmates of these honorable Thomians.

I apologize if I’ve missed anyone I should remember – my memory banks need a refresh J

Warmest wishes

God Bless

Bo Shu

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From: Alston Rodrigo <alstonr@tpg.com.au>

Date: Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 5:14 AM
Subject: Re: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Dear Sriyan,

Thanks for your email. I have send some details of our departed classmates families.

Also you have mentioned some dry ration will be distributed for the less fortunate. Pls let me know what you need i would also like to donate something in memory of my deceased classmates.

1. Karunaratne Chrishantha Brother was living down in Temples Rd, Mt Lavinia

5. Mendis N.T. His Brother's name is Riley Mendis. I am not sure where he lives.

37. Nalaka Colambage. Wife's name is Nilanthi. Contact No is 0773096648

Thank you,

Ranmal


From: Richard Roberts <rr2000@bigpond.net.au>
Date: Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 6:23 AM
Subject: RE: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Hi Sriyan,


Thank you for the invitation.

What a fine gesture in organising this event to remember our departed colleagues. We are all getting on and when I see 40 names on the departed list, of close to a group of 170 when we are in school, it says that 1 in every 4 of us is gone by the time we have reached our mid sixties. The positive is there are still 3 of the 4 remaining and the motto should be to live life to the fullest as there will be a few more departures in the next 10 years. One never knows who’s turn it will be next

Unfortunately I won’t be there in person but certainly will be there in spirit. Have a great evening

Let me know when you are next in Melbourne as it will be good to catch up.



Kind Regards,



Richard Roberts

From: Jeremy Hillman <j4hillman@yahoo.co.nz>
Date: Sat, Feb 10, 2018 at 2:59 AM
Subject: Re: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Thomian Freshmen Deceased List
Deceased List the group that did the O/L for the 1st time in 1967


3. Thabrew Vijith - Vibrant personality, talented sportsman, very interactive.

6. Dias R.K. - Perpetual smiling face, laid back, great guy.

15. Wanigasekera Sarath- Character, hot tempered, red eyes, great friend.

19. Bulankulane Keerthi - Hailing from a distinguished family, amusing to the core, good to be around with.

20. De Mel Rohan T. - Perpetual sweaty nose, unassuming, gentle guy.

22. Gunawardena Dayanthamal T.- Easy to get along with, never got in anyone's way, fellow boarder for a time.

24. Galaboda Y.L.- Did his own thing, the big wristwatch he wore etched in my memory.

26. Weerasingham Suriyakumar - Very accomplished musician from an early age, an asset at dorm feeds.

29. A M De Silva - in the boarding with us all the way through, peaceful, quiet and kept out of mischief.

32. Rohan Karunaratne - From Browns Hill, Matara, talkative, involved, very much into sports.

35. J B Peiris - Loveable guy, friendly with everyone, my team mate in the U12 Cricket team.

36. Russell G Vandersay. - Polar bear, giggler extraordinary, game for anything connected with mischief.


40. Sarath Abeykoon. - A fellow boarder all the way through, distinguished scholar, great hockey player, strong religious beliefs, genuine all rounder in every sense and a great guy to boot.


From: Milroy Berenger <milroy.berenger@gmail.com>

Date: Wed, Feb 7, 2018 at 6:22 PM
Subject: Re: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Dear SJ,

Tremendous initiative. Remarkable effort.

Attached,

MB


A line of thought



3. Thabrew Vijith Knew him from Bishops An agile athlete with good ball skills

4. Gunatilleke S.P L3C - A quiet achiever. Never loud. Always humble and quiet


6. Dias R.K. Claughton a committed and loyal Thomian and a brave man.


11. Nanayakkara Romaine (the Buddhist priest) A character and a very good friend. Always good for a laugh


15. Wanigasekera Sarath A great mate. Determined, dared and done. Had some memorable escapades


19. Bulankulane Keerthi A true blue Kandayan. Great company and good fun with a good sense of humor


22. Gunawardena Dayanthamal T. Chapman A when we first met. A notable character good for a prank or two


24. Galaboda Y.L. Latpandura lad once he set his mind on a course he could never be distracted


29. A M De Silva A gentleman with a huge heart. Quiet and observant all the time


32. Rohan Karunaratne Another character with a gift for stories and memorable yarns


36. Russell G Vandersay. Came with a heart of gold. Quiet and so tolerant


40. Sarath Abeykoon. The humanitarian in our batch. Compassionate, clever and humble to the core


From: Howzat.dhushan@t-online.de <Howzat.dhushan@t-online.de>

Date: Fri, Feb 9, 2018 at 1:35 AM
Subject: AW: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Dear Sriyan

I´m sorry, but living so far away for so long has erased many memories from my mind. Here is what I can remember about a few on your list. Sorry about that.

Dhushan.


Thomian Freshmen Deceased List
Deceased List the group that did the O/L for the 1st time in 1967


2. De Silva Everard - He was very good at marbles and always had a collection of very beautiful ones which made a lot of us pretty jealous.

11. Nanayakkara Romaine (the Buddhist priest) - Did he really become a Buddhist priest? He was quite rough as a kid. I should know, as his dad was a distant relative of my dad and they were at our place in Mt. fairly often, so we played together often.

26. Weerasingham Suriyakumar - What a multi-talented musician! I remember him playing the piano on "Yesterday" with the Buggs at the Coconut Grove in Mt. Hotel (?). That was perhaps the most awesome piece I´ve heard on the piano. AND he was the organist of Savage, Raj Seneviratne´s group. Remember him playing two organs simultaneouly.

32. Rohan Karunaratne - Rohan Karu. All I remember was this wonderfully polite and soft-spoken guy.

35. J B Peiris - JB and I were pretty good friends. Both 2nd XI cricketers and opposing house captains in 1972 (Buck and Wood). He walked around college with me and my daughter in 2011. I remember how respectful he was with all the schoolboys, and they with him.

38. R C Mendis. - RC and I were very close, too. We met in 2011 at the Havelocks for an afternoon drink and chat. He was very feeble then. We had planned to meet again last year, but he passed away before I got there, sadly. We simply HAD to have him in our house cricket team, being the absloute mystery (ambidextrous) bowler he was. I´ve never come across another in all my life. He was also the awesome hooker of our excellent college rugby team in 70 and 71, scoring many a try, too, by (virtually) running between the legs of the opponents :-)

39. Ramesh B Weeratunga. - Ramesh was a musical genius. What else can I say? He hitchhiked to Berlin (then West-Berlin) in 1971 with a few dollars and a guitar and became an absolute star in the Berlin music scene. Please check the following link for more detailed information. <http://www.rameshweeratunga.de/ramesh/start.html>
Some of his compositions were even covered by top world stars such as Sally Oldfield, Justin Hayward (The Moody Blues) and a famous German singer, Ulla Meinecke. His album, The Visitor (Laika) together with Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay und Mr Hempala Perara, reached the Top 20 in the World Charts in 2001.
He used to have lunch at our place in Mt. while at College. In the 90s, my mum and I had the chance of meeting and chatting with him in Berlin.



From: Mohan A. Abeynaike <mohanaa@sltnet.lk>

Date: Sat, Feb 10, 2018 at 4:37 PM
Subject: RE: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Dear Sriyan,

Many thanks for the invitation to the memorial service for our departed classmates and the dinner thereafter which I have pleasure in accepting.

I have written a few sentences below about some our classmates in the list. I have had no contact with any of the others since leaving college.

I will be happy to contribute towards the cost of the goods being distributed on that day.

Kind regards,

Mohan

3. Vijith Thabrew – I have heard that he lived in UK and died in a tragic car crash there many years ago.

18. Jayantha Amarasinghe – Lived in UK and worked as a financial consultant. He passed away from an illness about fifteen years ago.

32. Rohan Karunaratne – Lived in UK and worked as a financial consultant. He was the President of the STCOBA UK Branch and was active in
organizing numerous events to raise funds for College. On retirement he returned to SL and lived in Negombo until his demise.

39. Ramesh B Weeratunga – Lived in Berlin and was a recognized musician in Germany.

40. Sarath Abeykoon – Was a reputed oncologist who cared for his patients with great dedication. On retirement from Government service he
established a private Cancer Care Centre which until his demise.

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From: Chris Thomas <Chris.Thomas@barhale.co.uk>
Date: Fri, Feb 16, 2018 at 2:13 PM
Subject: RE: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Sriyan

Attached is my promised writeup. I am aware that there could be up to 40 in total – so the logistics at the memorial service could be difficult. Milroy Berenger has offered words of wisdom thus.



There are 40 lads to commemorate so economy may well be the need at the service. But you have given me an idea. If economy rules – and I think it will – the

whole message should be printed, put into a nice envelope and personally handed to the family as a token of remembrance.



If the memorial service is recorded, please will you send me the audio/video file or a link to it.

All good wishes

Chris

20. Rohan de Mel was a loyal friend, kind-hearted and generous. He had a most charming manner which, together with a creative flair, enabled him to shine in the Hospitality Industry where he found his niche – first in Sri Lanka and then in Australia. He worked in Hotel Management as well as a Lecturer in the Hospitality Industry – in Mt Lavinia and in Brisbane.
Although gentle and courteous, Rohan possessed a steely courage. On one occasion, during communal riots in Colombo, he risked his own life to save a Tamil couple from certain death at the hands of a mob. He remained an unsung hero – content that he was living by his beliefs.
Rohan never saw his grandchildren because he died while his son, Tehan, was still a teenager. But, in the words of the Poet, ‘he did not grow old as we that are left grow old. Age did not weary him, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember him’.

From: Arasu Savaranamuttu <arasu279@optusnet.com.au>

Date: Tue, Feb 20, 2018 at 5:26 PM
Subject: RE: memorial service forThomian Freshmen Deceased members
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Sriyan,



I am writing below a few lines on two individuals.



26. Suriyakumar Weerasingham- Initial memories of Suri was when he joined the boarding in Chapman A. Interestingly he always had two sticks with him which intrigued me. Later on I found out that it was two drumsticks which he bought to the boarding for him to have drumming practice. Little did I know that he had an array of musical instruments at home and had reached great heights already winning many prizes at a very young age. End of term he invited me and my brother Rajan to his house in Wellawatte. On entering his home in one room we only saw many trophies which he had won at many all island contests at a very young age. He was one of the many brilliant musicians produced by our motherland. We remember you in this day, God Bless you in eternal life.



35. J.B.Peiris. Some memories of J.B. I got to know J.B. more closely when he was appointed second eleven cricket Captain. He used to open the bowling and send down many over’s during the opposition innings. So when he came to school on Monday and we asked him how did the game go, his first answer was I have body pains. Main reason was for bowling many over’s. So the nickname among the cricketer’s for JB was body pains. Also I had the opportunity and a pleasure to play under him in some of the games. After leaving school he spent many years on the staff serving his Alma Mater and we do thank him for the loyal service. An unassuming and kind person we all remember you on this day, Rest in peace.



Regards,



Arasu.

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