MENON, Kaygee

MENON, Kodakkadath  Gopal Narayan ( Kaygee)

Passed away peacefully on 24th April 2021

Aged 97 years

Beloved husband of Olive (Lesley)

Dearly loved father of Sheila, Paul (dec) and Martin

Adored grandfather of Rachel and David

Cherished great grandfather of Quinn and Arlo

He had a long and amazing life

Rest in Peace

 

A service to Celebrate the Life of Kaygee Menon

will be held in the Renowden Chapel, Springvale Botanical Cemetery

600 Princes Hwy, Springvale on Monday May 3rd, 2021

commencing at 1.30pm.

To view the livestreaming of Kaygee’s service, please click on the link below.

https://www.belindajanevideo.com/client-video/kodakkadath-menon/

9 Tributes

  1. Joseph Haddad
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    May God bless you and family with fond memories, strength, unity and loving peace at your time of grief and great heartache.

    Most heartfelt sympathies,
    Joseph Haddad

  2. Lathapremachandran Aluva Kerala India
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    Heartfelt condolences 🙏🙏🙏

  3. Ravi Nayar
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    Rest in Peace Ammaman . You had a wonderful and full life.
    Love
    Ravi and Jaya
    Renita (grand neice)
    Renish (grand nephew)
    Aashnika , Ashviya , Freya , Rosabel (great grand neices )

  4. Krishnakumar N Menon
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    May his affection, commitment and determination give the courage and directions to the bereaved family. Our heart felt condolences.
    Krishnan and family.

  5. VIJAYAN MENON KARIKATH
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    I still fondly remember staying with him and Leseliyedathi in New Delhi during my IMA training days. Spent midterm break with them. Later used to visit them in Mumbai whenever I went to Mumbai. Very affectionate couple.

  6. Nirmalan and Jalaja
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    I heard of KG from his famous uncle when I met him on my first visit to Wadakanchery. In 1984, Jalaja & I had the pleasure of at last meeting KG & Leslie and their lovely family. The loving couple were already retired and in their 60s. They showed so much of love and care. They attended to us as KG did to his vegetables in his green house! We left their home energised ourselves and feeling that we had known them for a very long time. Both KG & Leslie had so much to look forward to.

    Our children, Priya, Vidhya & Mridhula and my in laws ( Thankamani as fondly called by KG and Karunan Menon ) all had the pleasure of meeting KG many times in Melbourne and Singapore. We still have fond memories of each meeting and the exciting trip to Tasmania.
    KG’s passing will be an irreplaceable loss to Leslie and their beautiful children and grandchildren and great grandchildren.
    Our hearts go out to all of them. Our heartfelt condolences.
    We would forever cherish the wonderful memories of our KG and what a wonderful soul he was. He definitely left an indelible mark on many whose hearts he touched as a warmly loving person, always cheerful., with so much of energy and so much of enthusiasm for life and whatever he did.
    Real pity that we have not met him recently.
    May God Bless His Soul.
    Nirmalan & Jalaja, Singapore.

  7. Balachandran K
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    Prayers 🙏
    I remember him coming all the way from Australia along with Valliamma to attend my sister Geetha’s wedding in 1986! I have heard of his fondness for our father who was cheriya (small or young) Unni for him! We are all with Valliachan’s family at this hour and pray for his departed soul 🙏

    Balachandran, Geetha, Meera (Unni’s children)

  8. Suresh and Padma Menon
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    We have very fond memories of KG and he is a great individual who will be fondly remembered. Enjoyed welcoming him and Leslie to Coolum when we first moved to Australia.
    Our sincere condolences to Leslie, his daughter Sheila and son Martin, his grand children and great grandchildren.
    May his soul Rest In Peace.
    Padma and Suresh

  9. Ajitha Jayakumar
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    My heart felt condolences 🙏🙏

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