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Rons Bantwal, Mumbai

Mumbai, Apr 25: The Mumbai based Konkani community has condoled the death of eminent Konkani theatre personality, senior journalist, writer and musician, Michael Maxim D’Souza (56), popularly known as Mick Max, who passed away on Monday April 24, at the Father Muller Hospital at Mangalore, after a brief illness.
  
The community expressed that the society has lost a great artiste and personality.

Francis Fernandes Cascia, John D’Silva, president, Fuddar Prathishtan, Albert W D’Souza, working president, Model Co-operative Bank, Vincent Mathias, working president, Christian Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Rons Bantwal, journalist, Felix A D’Souza Taccode, Trade Union Leader and Congress chief, Rony Mendonca of Kalaangann, Francis Rasquinha, entrepreneur, Austin D’Souza, John S Rebello, Maxim Mathias, Conald Baptist, Walter D’Souza Kemmannu of Maharashtra Konkan Association, Leo Fernandes Jeri Mery, advocate Pius Vas, social worker Harry S Ferrar, Henry D’Silva Suratkal, playwright, Harry Cutinho of KCA Nallasopara, Lawrence Coelho, editor, Divo, Henry D’Paula, editor, Kutam and others have condoled his death. 

  

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