Funeral Tribute

KILOTALA DAYAL

10/08/1938

Β ~Β 

16/05/2022

Originally from Lautoka, Fiji and more recently of Warner, Queensland.

Kilotala passed away peacefully at her residence surrounded by the love of her family on Monday 16th May 2022.Β  At the time of her passing Kilotala was only 83 years of age.

Kilotala has now re-joined the love of her life and soulmate Prabhu who passed before her.

Kilotala will also be sadly missed by her devoted children, Sunil, Arun, Kiran, Anil, Kusum, Krishna and their partners.

Aaji and Nani will also be deeply missed by her adoring grandchildren Reteshma, Meenal, Ravinesh, Keenal, Reenal, Sheenal, Shanel, Dinesh, Davina, Yasha and Pratik. She was also fortunate to have four great grandchildren.

At this time Kilotala’s family would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses and Support Staff of Anam Cara Aged Care for the love and kindness that they showed to their mother that made her final days as happy and peaceful as possible.

Kilotala’s family and friends are warmly invited to attend her final farewell that will be held in the Lakeview Chapel of the Albany Creek Memorial Park Crematorium on Thursday 19th May 2022 commencing at 12:30 pm.Β  For those who can’t attend the service will be live streamed Please see link and code.Β  The live streaming will commence approximately five minutes before the advertised start time for the service.

Where

Albany Creek Memorial Park

When

Thursday 19th May 2022

Time

12:30 pm

Address

400 Albany Road Bridgeman Downs

Code

Username: mail@academyfunerals.com.au Password: L8DVGB

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