Ruby Coomaraswamy

Ruby Coomaraswamy

05/10/1926 - 18/04/2021


Boyd Chapel Springvale, 600 Princes Highway Springvale

Friday, 23 April, 2021 at 09:15 am


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With loving memories of a gracious, prayerful, beautiful lady whose face lit up with her smile.

Deepest Sympathy Shantha and Bill and families. A very sad loss for you all. I had so much fun with Ruby( and Cooma) on my visits to Melbourne and when I lived there. I was so well looked after by the family. I will never forget the kindness shown to me . Ruby was a lovely kind lady and I feel privileged to have known her. Fondest Love, Carol

Very sad loss of such a beautiful kind lady. Our love goes to all the family.

Mahan& Shanta We grew up together in Swanage rd in our younger years,and always remember your mum's smile,I know how you both feel now,please accept our deepest condolences of the passing away of your dear mum Benja & Angie and ALL the Pakiam's in S'pore

Our heartfelt condolences to the family. May her soul rest in peace.

Dear Shantha & Mahen, My heartfelt condolences on the passing of Ruby Acca. I have fond memories of your mother. Sincerely, Peter

Dearest Shan, I have such lovely memories of your Mum. She was warm, kind and thoughtful. Deepest condolences from Imran and I.

Hi I'm Noretta Jacob, daughter of Adrian Jacob who is aunty Ruby's first cousin. Despite living so far apart from one another, she made sure that our relationship remained strong. She was a kind and generous person, that's how I would remember her the most. A great example of her generosity was When my dad suffered a stroke years ago, and she didn't hesitate to assist him with financial help each month, Especially because i was still studying and had no means to support the family. Her care for her 1st cousin was indeed apparent despite the distance. This came with monthly letters that we sent to each other, and we still keep the letters with us as a remembrance of the fond memories. I also recently learned that she even offered to sponsor my degree education, although the plan fell through for unrelated reasons. When I had the opportunity to go to Melbourne a week for work, I was blessed to be able to visit her at the home. We had such a great chat that she invited me for dinner at the home the next day (as the home would host special dinners on certain days of the month for them to invite one guest over. I could see how eager she was when she introduced me to her friends and I never felt so special. . I will always cherish those moments I got to spend with her. For that, I believe she is loved by many, she has lived a blessed life with her family and friends. She would have wanted us to remember her, but not with tears in our eyes or sadness in our hearts. She would want us to think of her and smile.