Dineshkumar’s Story

Site created on April 17, 2020


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Friends and Relatives,

     First, we appreciate everyone who had been there for us through this difficult time. We were able to bring Dinesh back home to the place he loved most, and he is keeping watch over us every day. We returned to Dallas, 3 weeks prior, after spending 3 months in India with our loved ones. Thank you for all the support provided to us during these past difficult 10 months. We thank you for respecting our feelings and giving us space and time to recover. It’s still very difficult for us to continue with our lives without Dinesh, but he is certainly with us and looking out for us every day. If you would like to visit us, we are available on 03/06-03/07 from 2 p.m.-6 p.m. at our home (1136 Michener way Irving Tx 75063). Please keep in mind that this is not a formal event and is just a causal visit. Please do not bring any flowers or trinkets, etc. For everyone’s safety and health concerns, please maintain social distancing and wear a mask while visiting us. Once again thank you for your support during this difficult time and it has been greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks

Malar & Guru

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Dinesh Passed away on Nov 19th in Dallas Tx. 

























25 Nov 2020 07:00 PM CST: Ramya, Malar/Guru & Family along with Dinesh, have reached India and are traveling to their native town of Sankari(சங்ககிரி) by road. It’s a 5-6 hour trip.
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19 Nov 2020: After fighting a devastating brain injury for past 7 months, Dinesh peacefully passed away on November 19th.
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On Sunday April 12th, our beloved brother Dinesh suffered a cerebral hemorrhage, that led to severe blood infusion into his brain. Following an alert from his wife Ramya, who is visiting her parents in India with their 2 year old son Aadhav Dinesh to sister Malarkodi and  brother-in-law Guru, they visited his home to check on him and found him unconscious. Police and Paramedics responded to the 911 call, gave him the necessary first aid and rushed him to the ER. The doctors performed surgeries following an observation period, to let the blood drain. After hours of monitoring, he started responding mildly to triggers. He continues to remain in highly critical condition.

Dinesh and Family needs our prayers and positive energies. Let us keep them in our thoughts and prayers, that gives him strength to fight it out.

With the COVID situation, they are unable to travel immediately and we are working with consulates in both countries and the Indian COVID cell to arrange the travel in the next available flight. 

We wanted to setup this journal to provide periodic updates to all beloved friends and families. We also want this to be the primary mode of communication and we urge that we all follow this journal and NOT call Ramya or Malar or Guru.  They need to provide their undivided attention to care of Dinesh. We humbly appreciate your understanding during their difficult times.

Thank You!!
Ramya/Malar/Guru

PS: Kindly note that we are NOT seeking any donations. Please do not pay at prompt.

Newest Update

Journal entry by Ramya Dinesh

After fighting a devastating brain injury for past 7 months, Dinesh peacefully passed away on November 19th, with his family, Ramya (wife), Malar (sister), and Guru (brother-in-law) by his side, in Medical City Hospital, Irving, TX.  Dinesh left behind his wonderful family, including his lovely son Aadhav, age 3, Ramya (wife), Periyasamy (father), Marayee (mother), Sumathi and Malar (sisters), Ramasamy and Guru (brother-in-law) , Preethi, Sathish, Neha, Rhea and Krishitha (nieces and nephews). Although his life ended early at the age of 36, he left a mark on everyone. He represented the positivity in many of our worlds and always brought a smile to our faces. He was a comedy lover and was always down to share his love. Most importantly, he was a loving son, brother, husband, father, in-law, uncle, friend, co-worker and mentor.  

 

Ramya, Malar & Guru

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