Waterford: The Indian community in Waterford will gather tomorrow, Saturday, to pay their respects to Jude Sebastian, who tragically passed away in Waterford. Public viewing facilities are available at the Parish Hall of St. Joseph and St. Benildes Church, located in Waterford Newtown (Eircode: X91W659).
An opportunity to pay your last respects to Jude will be provided tomorrow, Saturday, September 30th, during the afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30 at the parish hall. The funeral service will take place later in Kerala.
A requiem prayer service and office for Jude Sebastian, a cherished member of the Waterford Syro Malabar parish, will be held on Saturday from 1:30 to 2:30 at St. Joseph’s & Benildes Church.
Jude Sebastian Padayati (38), an Indian hailing from Waterford and originally from Angamaly (Kerala), was found deceased in his residence. It is suspected that his passing occurred shortly after Jude’s wife and children had returned home for a holiday. The body was subsequently transferred to a funeral home after undergoing a post-mortem examination at Waterford Hospital.
Jude was deeply connected with the Waterford Indian community and enjoyed a wide circle of friends throughout Ireland. The news of Jude’s sudden departure has left everyone profoundly shocked.
Jude came to Ireland seven years ago as an employee of Cigna Care Nursing Home. His wife, Francesna Frances, serves as a staff nurse at Waterford University Hospital. There children, Anru Jude Padayati (three years old) and Elisha Jude Padayati (two years old).
The Waterford Indian Association, along with the left-wing cultural organisation Kranthi and OICC Ireland Waterford, have expressed their heartfelt condolences on Jude’s untimely passing.
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