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Tribute to Solson Savier, a Kerala nurse who died in Ireland

WEXFORD: The funeral service of Solson Savier, a native of Malappuram, Kerala, who died in Benclody, Co Wexford, took place yesterday (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 was taken from Wexford General Hospital on Tuesday to Lannon’s Funeral Home in Benclody.

The body was flown to Dublin at 8am yesterday. The services began at 9 am after arriving at the Parish of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary of Fatima Church.

According to the government guideline, only a maximum of ten people were able to attend the services. The body was then cremated according to COVID standards at the Dublin Newlands Cross Cremation Center.

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.

Country wishes Solson Savier a tearful farewell

The demise of the ‘frontline hero’ made headlines in all the media in Ireland.

Thousands of people on social media remembered the gentleman who was always friendly and smiling.

The INMO, the national organisation of Irish nurses, and the hospitals where Solson worked, have extended their condolences to the bereaved families.

Funeral services were led by the Syro-Malabar Church of Ireland. The National Coordinator of the Syro-Malabar Church in Ireland, Rev. Dr. Clement Padathiparambil, officiated at the funeral.

Vicars of various churches in Ireland, the clergy, and other denominations, as well as the general public, offered their condolences.

Bishop Stephen Chirappanath, Apostolic Visitator of the Syro-Malabar Church in Europe, also expressed his condolences to Bincy’s family.

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