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Miss. Bimala Navaratnasingham

Dear Hartleyites,

Miss. Bimala Navaratnasingham, who taught at Hartley College for many years, sadly passed away in Swansea, United Kingdom, on Wednesday, 7th of October 2009 at about 6.50 pm.

Funeral Details:

Date: Saturday, October 17th 2009

Service at 11:00 am at Swansea City Temple,
Dyfatty Street,

Cremation at 11.45 am at Llanelli Crematorium
Address of crematorium is unavailable at the moment. Please check back this website.
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