Mangaluru: Organ donor family honoured at Ladyhill Victoria PU College

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Mangaluru, Feb 16: Ladyhill Victoria PU College felicitated the family of their own student president Vaishnavi along with her mother Usha for their noble act of donating organs of her father the late Shailendra (41).

Shailendra, a travelling agent by profession had recently passed away due to brain haemorrhage. But the thoughtful gesture of the family to donate his organs gave life to tenindividuals. His eyes were shared among eight persons and a pair of kidneys to two of them.

As a mark of homage to the deceased and to thank Usha, for her humanitarian deed, the honouring ceremony was held on February 11 in the PUC hall. Joint secretary of Ladyhill Victoria Institutions, Sr Violet Tauro AC, principal Sr Ujvala A.C. and college coordinator Sr Supriya AC were present during the occasion. The staff members and students of PU also witnessed the ceremony. Astel Karkada, lecturer in commerce was the host for the event.



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  • Prema D Souza, Mangalore/USA

    Thu, Feb 16 2023

    Mrs. Usha. A big Salute to you! In midst of chaos and pain, your timely decision has brought the hope in families received the organs. Your nobility rendered hope and proves his life in others. Madam, with great honor, I say a BIG THANK YOU for your noble deed. May Mr. Shailendra's soul rest in peace. My condolences to you and your family. Ms. Vaishnavi, Amazing generous young mind! Loosing your father, not only brings the sky falling down feeling, rather adds to the uncertainty in life. Very proud of your move in assisting your Mom for a noble decision, that brings joy in other's families. YOU BOTH ARE THE ROCKING STARS. May God Bless you and protect you always. Prema

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