Pottakulathu T. Mathew
20 noviembre , 1953 – 24 octubre , 2020
Pottakulathu T. Mathew nació el 20 de noviembre de 1953 y falleció el 24 de octubre de 2020 y está bajo el cuidado de Michael J. Higgins Funeral Service Inc..
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Pottakulathu T. Mathew
27 octubre , 2020
IPE THOMAS, ST. THOMAS MAR THOMA CHURCH, KAROL BAGH, NEW DELHI
My friendship with mathukutty started in 1980 when I came to Delhi. In church those days very few come forward and talk to you. Exceptions were mathai uncle and mathukutty. On the very first day in church both came and talk to me. Mathai uncle was God father for everyone and mathukutty was 'God father in making'. In church everyone knew mathukutty because of his nature. All achens, Rev.NMC,AL, GM(Asstt V), KSM, Koshy Mathew, KT also. Whoever comes to the church they will have his services at their disposals. He had no hidden agenda while keeping intimate friendship with achen. All will vouch for it.
In choir he was mentor for everyone, solving problems, listening to complaints( first from jkp and then others😃). Each and every one from jkp loved him like his own brother. I had fight with him too, but that remains for a short period. He corrected me many a times while taking serious decisions. Raju zac was his Lieutenant or sometimes other way round too. They were കട്ട (thick) friends. Raju could tell us a lot of stories about MK.
After MK left Delhi, we visited coonoor to see his family. That time mebin was too small and wife baby( not sure) was little sick too. But mathukutty had only smiles before all troubles. We were in touch even after he went to States . Whenever he visited Delhi, took pain to visit our residence ( on one occasion, Joe also joined us in motia khan). Dorline and valsa were very fond of him. This they had expressed it many times to me. All in the choir had deep friendship and love for him. Mebin was so small whenever I met him. So he cannot recollect any of us but he knows one thing that his father was a "global friend".
I also had rare opportunity to visit his house in keekozhoor. He visited my house two or three times in Kerala. Such was his earnestness for friendship. We were lucky to have such sincere friend.
It is a blessing that he has been taken to His heavenly abode.