Mangaluru: Mount Carmel Central School teacher Pamela D'Souza (58) passes away


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru
With Inputs from Media Release

Mangaluru, Aug 7: Pamela D'Souza (58), who was rendering service as a teacher at Mount Carmel Central School, passed away on Monday August 7.

Pamela D'Souza was an English teacher who taught the secondary and the senior secondary students of the School.

A condolence meet was organized in the School hall on Monday, August 7, the day of her sad demise, with prayers offered to the departed soul of Pamela organized by the principal, staff and students of Mount Carmel School.

"It is not years and months of service, but only a couple of months where Pamela has touched the hearts of us all with a smile and passion for her profession. Her weak legs, her trouble giving heart were not a hindrance to commitment and love for her students. Her diction and flow of English language made us admire her with a challenge. Her sad demise is an irreplaceable loss to us, Mount Carmel family. We pray for eternal peace to her departed soul and for strength to her family members to bear the grief, pain and separation," these feelings were expressed at the condolence meet."

  

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  • Jeevan/Maria D'Souza, Cascia/Jeddah

    Tue, Aug 08 2017

    Our dearest Aunty Annie, Stan, Aunty Lyta, Sheila, Nimmie and loving family members,

    We are sorry to hear the sudden demise of our loving Pam. May Almighty grant Eternal Rest to her soul and grant you the strength and courage to bear the loss.
    Heartfelt sympathies from,

    Jeevan, Maria, Sheehan & Sharlene

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  • Mariette Sheela Turrian-D'sa, Switzerland

    Tue, Aug 08 2017

    Thank you Jeevan Maria Sheehan and Sharlene it is a void and pain in the heart and I who am a health freak saw it coming and the loss there is no word to describe how I feel. My argument as sister with her mainly was diet and biology.....but to say it in a few word she had it Her Way. She gave more than she could afford keeping little and giving the best and at times was naive a bit too soft. I know she knows I loved her lots. Thanks to every one who sends their condolences to us her closest family
    Sheela

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  • THERESA LOBO, Mukamar,Sharjah - U.A.E.

    Tue, Aug 08 2017

    May her Soul Rest in Peace.

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  • FRANCIS, Dubai

    Tue, Aug 08 2017

    May her soul rest in peace.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Aug 08 2017

    RIP Teacher ...

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  • Maxim crasta, Kulshekar Mangalore

    Tue, Aug 08 2017

    Please accept my heartfelt condolences, May her soul rest in eternal peace and almighty god give strength to family.

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  • Sr.silvian.A.C, Mangaluru...Ladyhill English school.Urwa.

    Mon, Aug 07 2017

    Dear Sr.Mellissa, staff and students of Mt.carmel.We offer our condolences to you and to the bereaved family of Pamela.May Our Lord give strength to Mount Carmel Family to bear the loss.We join you in Prayer.

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  • Shailesh Veigas, Panjimogaru

    Mon, Aug 07 2017

    May Her Soul Rest In Eternal Peace

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  • Melric Joseph Crasta, Mangalore

    Mon, Aug 07 2017

    We will miss you a lot Dear Pamela Ma'am
    The time you spent with us was very memorable we will never forget you
    😢
    May your soul Rest in Peace
    Heartfelt Consolation to all of your family members and loved ones
    RIP Pamela Ma'am

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  • Bevan Avil Pinto, Kadri /Bendur

    Tue, Aug 08 2017

    You never find the worth of a person until the person leaves........
    I will miss you ma'am and I will never forget your love to all the students of mount Carmel central school. Even with sickness you came for us....
    RIP Pamela Ma'am

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