Moodley, Krishnambal “Molly”

In Loving Memory of

Krishnambal Moodley


Loving Mother of Wanita and Rajen.

Grandmother to Nikita and Jatin.

Mother in law to Ashley.

Molly is finally reunited with her beloved Siva.

A Service to Celebrate Molly's Life will be held in

the Boyd Chapel, Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Princes Hwy, Springvale.

on Friday January 22nd, 2021 at 3:30pm.

In lieu of flowers donations to World Vision would be appreciated.

Please find below the link to donate online.


14 Tributes

  1. Dhan Padayachee
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    It was such a privilege to have known mom & dad …so devoted to each other …. & loving parents to Wanita…
    & Rajen……
    Mom prided herself in the way she presented…lovely demeanour,
    a charming personality with a special wit…. Being a guest for a meal, was
    not only enjoyable….it was an an education….she was meticulous with
    detail…..( must have rubbed off
    on Siva….He was the same on the golf course )…..
    No doubt, Ashley would have been made very welcome….probably spoilt
    Nikita & Janice must have been a source of great joy.
    This sad day is a reminder that all of us are in the ‘ Departure Lounge
    Let’s be positive, recall the treasured memories…and try to be a comfort to one another..
    Heartfelt sympathies to the family

  2. Amelia and Asher
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    Aunty Molly,
    I have fond memories of you but ever so lasting. Your impact on my life priceless. Some how everything you bought for me since I was 8 years old I treasured- simply because it was given with much love and appreciated the same. The cat. My heart pendant my first perfume all from you. Passed down to my daughter. You were beautiful inside and out. I wish we could have spent more time together in my later years but it’s true you can impact a child’s life. Which you certainly did. Rest In Peace Aunty Molly. We are family and Rajen my uncle will be taken care of 100%. So don’t worry. ❤️❤️❤️

  3. Callum
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    Molly it was a honour to have known you. Thank you for all those beautiful smiles and lovely little chats. I will miss seeing you with Raj out and about on your little adventures. Such a beautiful bond the two of you shared I know you will be dearly missed by everyone. Rest in peace Molly you will be dearly missed and my heart goes out to the whole family.

  4. Therese Wong
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    Wanita’s mum Molly
    A beautiful woman who has always been warm and welcoming over the years . Always glamourous, smiling and fun to be with at the numerous celebrations in Wanita and Ashley’ s homes over the years.
    My heartfelt condolences to my good friends Wanita and Ashley , Niki and Jatin from Therese, Michael and Mario Sagripanti

    • Vasie Naidoo
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      Dear Molly, I remember the lovely long chats we had. I will remember your beautiful personality and glamorous appearance. You and Uncle Siva made a beautiful couple. My deepest condolences to Rajen, Wanita and family. We may be far away but my dear cousins you are always in our thoughts. Vasie

  5. Deena and Ravi
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    It was a privledge to have known our dearest Aunty Molly. We will always treasure the wonderful memories of having spent precious time with her in Brisbane and our visits to Melbourne.To us her beauty was accompanied by her elegance,dignity and poise.Our Uncle Siva adored her and they complimented each other perfectly.Family meant a lot to her and she had so much to give.She will be sadly missed ,but her memory we will always cherish.To Rajen, Wanita and family we offer you our condolences and may the Lord comfort you in your grief.

    Love from her nephews Deena,Ravi and families. Brisbane

  6. Siva and Michelle
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    I will greatly miss my dear sister Molly. We had wonderful times when we were growing up, always supporting each other. You were always there whenever I needed you, just a phone call away or just in arms reach.

    Now you have passed from this world to a better one, you are no longer in pain and you have left a large hole for us who have known you which can never be filled.

    You were my support, my help, my all, when I came from South Africa to England. You were there to help me adjust, you took care of me, you got me settled in this new life. For all you have done I will be forever grateful and will miss you so much.

  7. Molly, I will always cherish the lovely memories I have of the times we spent together, especially Uncle Dharmo and my first trip to London. Loved the special times when we cooked, shopped, toured and visited places of interest. Wish we could’ve spent more time, if distance could have allowed. I will always love and remember you. May you enjoy meeting your better half again and may your soul rest in peace.

    • Bundy
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      The first time I arrived in London I was 12 yrs old.Molly an Siva took care of me . I will always remember her for her love an kindness. I was taken care of like one of their children..We had wonderful times together. I will never forget her. Wanita Rajen Rajen you’ll had a beautiful mother. GOD BLESS an Take care

  8. Auntie Mumsy
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    To my loving cousin, you bring back fond and cherished memories of our youth. We enjoyed so much visiting you, Siva and family in Australia. Although distance has kept us apart, I treasured our frequent chit chats. You will be sadly missed. My love and thoughts are with Wanita and family and Rajen. Love Auntie Mumsy, Pradeep, Praveen, Sue and families.

  9. Angela Monaghan
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    Wanita’s Mum Molly ,we were privileged to meet beautiful Molly at many of Wanita’s & Ashley’s partys. Always remember her as dainty, elegant, and welcoming with a sprinkle of cheekiness. Our deepest condolences to our friends Wanita, Ashley,Nikki & Jatin. Love & hugs Angie & Paul. 💕

  10. Gabriella
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    Although fathers also play an important role in the life of their sons, the bond between mother and son is simply special. A mother is the first person who truly understands and knows everything about her son since he was inside her for 9 months. Molly was a true lady , supported and so proud of Raj. It was an honour to know her and see the special connection they had. Gabriella

  11. Andrea
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    My deepest condolences go out to the family ❤️
    It was a pleasure my gorgeous Molly to have known you for such a short amount of time and every time I saw you, the room would brighten up with your radiant smile. I loved our little chats and washing and brushing your hair and especially painting your nails your favourite colour red ! You always looked beautiful and you’re rare gem that will never be forgotten and always in our hearts because you brought so much happiness to everyone’s lives. I’m glad I got to be your career and share many special moments with you in such a short amount of time. May you be up there now with your beautiful and loving husband and may you both be a peace together.
    Love always Andrea ❤️

  12. Yoga and Santha Naidu
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    Our last meeting was 41 years ago when Siva Yourself, Rajen and Wanita came to South Africa when Santha and were married. That was the last time we saw you. The pictures of you in your younger years and at our wedding always reminded us of how beautiful a person you were…. inside and out. Prior to that last time, I will always remember the warmth and hospitality you and Siva always gave me while travelling to Canada from SA. We will never forget you Molly. Our thoughts and prayers are with Rajen and Wanita and family.
    Rest In Peace Beautiful Soul.
    Yoga(Nanna), Santha, Raben and Diren.

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