OBITUARY

Dr. K. Ramachandran

April 29, 1930March 1, 2012

Dr. K Ramachandran, a resident of Newtown,CT since 1970, passed away on March 1 2012. He was born in Kerala, India on April 29 1930. He is a graduate of Trivandrum Medical College, Kerala, India. After working in England from 1967-1970 as a Psychiatrist, he migrated to USA and settled in Newtown, CT. He was a psychiatrist at the Fairfield Hills Hospital, Newtown, and retired as the Clinical Director of Psychiatry. He was also a consultant psychiatrist at the Danbury Hospital, Danbury, CT.

He was a lifelong student of philosophy and the author of a book The Bhagavad Gita From a Different Perspective.

He is survived by his wife Ammini Ramachandran, and four children Geetha, Ajith, Anil and Deepi and 6 grandchildren.

Funeral services to be held on Sunday March 4 between 11am.- 1 pm. At Spadaccino and Leo P.Gallagher and Son Community Funeral Home, 315 Monroe Turnpike, Monroe, Connecticut 06468. For words of comfort please visit www.spadaccinofuneralhome.com.

Services

  • Funeral Service Sunday, March 4, 2012

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Anand John

March 29, 2013

Dr Rama we know you from long being a good friend of my uncle Dr Ganagadharan,From what my amma and uncle told me you where a regular visitor to our plamood house during med- school days in trivandrum.You have set a example for many of ur back ground.I have heard people talking that you where a very generous man...yes you paid my south african medical exam fee.Last time I met you was many years ago at Parthas trivandrum where you had come shopping with ur wife ammini aunty.I Pray to god may your soul rest in peace in almighty`s hands.

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Hannah Beck

March 4, 2012

I first met Dr. Rama at Danbury Hospital, where I was also employed. He became a dear friend to both myself and my husband. He was a very warm and compassionate man who helped me greatly through difficult times as his patient. I will never, ever forget him and all that he did for me.
Please accept my heartfelt condolences for your family's loss.

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