WEXFORD: The funeral service of Solson Savier, a native of Malappuram, Kerala, who died in Benclody, Co Wexford, will take place on Wednesday (January 20) at 9 am in the parish of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of Fatima, near the St. Thomas Pastoral Center in Rialto, the headquarters of the Syro Malabar Church in Dublin.
The body will then be buried in Newlands Cross Crematorium, Ballymount Road, Dublin, according to COVID standards.
Funeral services will be broadcast live. According to the government guidelines, a maximum of ten people can only attend the services.
Tragedy that came unexpectedly
Solson Savier (34), of Benclody, unexpectedly surrendered to COVID-19. The day before he was admitted to the hospital, Solson had called her family home in Thuvvur near Karuvarakundu in Malappuram and inquired about their well-being. He told his relatives that his wife, Bincy, was infected and isolated, and that the virus was growing everywhere in Ireland, but he had nothing to fear.
Solson still did not know he was infected with the virus. He vomited for the first time on Saturday night, but he did not take it seriously. And when he vomited again, he was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance.
Fate did not allow COVID infectant Bincy to accompany him on his journey to the Wexford General Hospital. He was given CPR and emergency treatment but was transferred to a ventilator as per the expert’s instructions.
After failing to respond to medication, Bincy was informed of the seriousness of the incident from the hospital. Following the intervention of senior officials, Bincy and his son were called to the hospital and were given the opportunity to say goodbye to Solson.
Solson Savier and his family, who had previously lived in Tallaght, Dublin, moved to Benclody, Wexford, two years ago. Solson, a staff nurse, initially worked at the Harvey Nursing Home in Dublin. Later, he moved to Gorey, Co Wexford.
The unexpected tragedy befell the family as Bincy, who is qualified as a nurse in India, completed her English language proficiency test after arriving in Ireland and was still trying to get a job in Ireland.
Solson Savier Payyappilly (34), son of the late Savier Payyappilly, a native of Perinthalmanna Thuvvur, Malappuram, Kerala, died at Wexford General Hospital on Sunday evening.
Mother: Mary Savier Payyappillil
His wife, Bincy Solson, is a member of the Menachery family. The couple has a son; Simeon Solson (3 years old).
Solson’s only brother: Remil Savier Payyappillil
Let’s stand together
Beyond consolation, we need to move forward recognizing that the support and cooperation is the most needed time for Solson’s family.
Below is the account number of his wife Bincy for those who would like to lend a helping hand to Solson’s family.
Name: Bincy Menachery
Permanent tsb,Tallght branch
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