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The girl who lit up the Dublin Indian community, shed tears on Vithu’s demise

Dublin : The Indians of Dublin shed tears on the passing of Vithu Sojin, who left the world prematurely. A rare personality who gave an unforgettable sweet friendship to those who met Vidhu once.

She was never seen without a smile on her face. Anyone could feel the affection, kindness, and respect that filled her smile. That was what set Vidhu apart from everyone else.

Vithu never missed an opportunity to help others, even while battling cancer. Her faith was also unwavering in her life. She was always adamant that God’s love for her was greater than what she loved.

Vithu became famous for her clean style, despite the fact that she never held a position of leadership in society.

Colleagues and friends at St. Vincent’s and Blackrock are yet to come to grips with Vithu’s departure. Vithu was dear to all of them, even though she had moved to Blanchard’s Town. She spread light wherever she went.

Schedule of Funeral Services

Vithu Sojin, a Kottayam Pampadi (Kerala) native who died in Ireland, will be laid to rest in Dublin on Thursday (November 10).

Public viewing today and tomorrow

To facilitate Vithu Sojin’s final rites, arrangements have been made for a public darshan today and tomorrow.

Visiting hours have been arranged at Cunningham’s Funeral Home, Blanchard Town (Cunninghams Funeral Directors / Undertakers, Clonsilla Village, Clonsilla.D15PY23) today from 3pm to 5pm and tomorrow (Wednesday) from 6pm to 8pm.

The funeral will begin at 10 a.m. on Thursday. The funeral will be held at the Ministry of Jesus, Ballyfermot Rd, Cherry Orchard (7, 335 Le Fanu Rd,Ballyfermot Rd,Cherry Orchard).

Vithu’s body will be cremated at Mulhuddart Cemetery around 2 pm.

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