The body of the late Cecily Sebastian will be laid out for public viewing on Wednesday, funeral in Kerala
Dublin: Cecily Sebastian, one of the earliest Indian immigrants to Dublin and a former clinical nurse manager at St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, has passed away. Cecily Sebastian, who had been ill for a long time, passed away today at 8 o’clock in the morning at St. Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin.
Wife of Cora C. Thomas (Retired Officer, TICO Ltd., Stillorgan) of Black Rock Booterstown, Dublin.
Children: Tony (Maynooth), Tina
Daughter-in-law: Dr. Ambili Tony (St. Vincent’s Hospital) Bells (Pala, Kerala)
Grandchildren: Ira, Aaron, Aiden, and Arya.
A funeral service has been arranged for Cecily Sebastian on Wednesday 2nd August from 4pm to 9pm at (Rom Masseys & Sons Funeral Home, Unit 6, Cranford Centre, Stillergan Road, Belfield, Dublin N11, opposite UCD. Dublin 4, D04 X446). The body of Cecily, beloved by the Indian community, will be kept in Blackrock, for public viewing.
Later, the funeral will take place at St. Peter’s Marthoma Church in Manganam, Kottayam, Kerala.
Many Indians came to St. Vincent’s Hospital after hearing the news of Cecily Sebastian’s death.
Actively involved in the social and cultural spheres of Dublin, Cecily Sebastian was the first Vice President of the Irish Indian Cultural Association. The Indian community is shocked to learn of the sudden death of Cecily Sebastian, who was well known to everyone in the Dublin area.
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