The Funeral Service

After watching the service online, if you can leave a guest message to let the family know you have joined into the service, that would be greatly appreciated.

This service will have a password applied once edited (normally within 3 to 5 days following the service), you will then need to contact the family for the password to access.

Following the service, the footage will be posted and you can watch at a later time if you were unable to watch at the time of the service.

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19 comments on “Mahinda Jeronimus”

  1. Our deepest sympathy to you Dayani Very sad to hear of the loss of Mahinda. Still remember his smile. May he rest in peace. Evin and Doreen.

  2. Dear Dayani, Anushka & Himasha
    Please accept our deepest sympathies at this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. We all have fond memories of Mahinda. God Bless you all.
    Let perpetual light shine upon you, Dear Mahinda

  3. Deepest sympathies from me and Gladstone dear Dayani akka, Anushka, Chuti and Willis. Followed the service and prayed for Mahinda aiya, reminiscing the happy times we had together. Smiled through my tears while listening to Anushka and Chuti taking us through the eventful and colourful life of our dearest Mahinda aiya. May his soul rest in peace.

  4. Dear akka Anu and Chuti
    I have no words to express how sad I am to lose aiya. Followed the service and all the way I could see Aiya’s smile remember all the good times and then it suddenly hit me it is the end and more. My sympathies akka Anu and Chuti my thoughts and prayers are with you as you greave the loss of dear aiya.

  5. My deepest sympathies to Dayani and two children. Mahinda was so close to me and communicated with me until last moment. My only regret is that I couldn’t see him before entered doors of heaven. RIP dear friend.

  6. My deepest sympathies to the beautiful family of Mahinda!

    I am Chris’s sister and have know him for 50 years. He was a special friend of my brother-in-law Tony
    A beautiful tribute to a beautiful soul. I watched the service with Sonali and thank you for streaming.

    May God comfort you during this difficult time of loosing a husband and father!

    Rest in Peace Mahinda!


  7. Thank you for sharing the service with us…. A touching and moving tribute to a wonderful person. I worked with him at the hospital. He was always warm and kind to me. My thoughts are with his family at this time.

  8. My deepest sympathies to Mahinda’s wife and the two daughters. Mahinda and I were classmates at St. Anthony’s and at St. Benedict’s. We both lived in Alwis Town, Hendala. I used to play cricket with him at his house when we were small. As a small kid, I was very close to Mahinda’s family, including his father, mother and sister. I have not met Mahinda for more than 50 years. But I have heard about him. Missed him when I visited Australia a few years ago. I am very sad to see him pass away. I wish I had a chance to meet him and talk to him about our good old days in Hendala. May Mahinda’s soul rest in peace.

  9. Our deepest sympathies to Dayanie and family. We were able to watch the service. Have offered Holy Mass for him many days since knowing his passing.
    God bless his family. Eternal rest be granted to Mahinda O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace

  10. Deepest Sympathies to Dayani Akka & Family. May Mahinda Ayya’s Soul Rest in Peace. Tilak & Jinani Pothupitiya

  11. Deepest condolences aunty dayani, anoushka and chutie. Uncle mahinda was so loved and will be sadly missed. May he rest in peace.

  12. He lived a beautiful life and I feel so blessed to have known him my entire life. His love & care for others is legacy we should all carry with us. Sending all of our love from Los Angeles.

  13. Thank you for allowing us to attend Mahinda’s funeral online. I was very saddened to hear of he’s passing. He was very warm and had a great sense of humour. I worked with him at IPU2.
    My thoughts are with hes family at this time,

  14. Our deepest sympathies dear Dayani akka, Anushka, Himasha and all the family. We have very special memories of our dear Mahinda aiya. All the good times which we will cherrish forever. No more sorrow no more pain, he is now safe in the arms of Jesus. Rest in Peace

  15. Milroy and FAIRENE
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you Dayani, Anuska, Himasha, Willi and family, at this difficult time.
    Eternal rest grant unto to Our dear friend Mahind and let the perpetual light shine upon him May he Rest In Peace in the arms of the lord

  16. Our Deepest Sympathies to you Dear Dayani and family. It is with a whole lot sadness we have to say bye to a great friend we spent a lot of time through the Old Bens and on a personal level too. Mahinda I will always remember you dropping by in Carrum Downs when you had your Aged Care home in Cranbourne. You will walk in say hello and you will say “Nangi have anything to eat?. We always shared our dinner with you, and I always remembered you didn’t eat meat so when I cooked fish curry I always put a few portions for you in the freezer as I knew you visited us so often. You were so thankful. You were a humble and peaceful friend. We thank God for giving us all that time with you. Rest In Peace Dear Mahinda and I pray we meet again on the other side.

  17. Our deepest condolences to Dayani & all the family. I have known Mahinda for over 50 years during our time at Jayasinghe Place. Always the joker. Your love of all living things, cricket & Sri Lankan music will always stay with me. Rest in Peace dear friend.
    Patty & Bryan

  18. Deepest condolences to you Dayani and family. So glad we met Mahinda that will be our lasting memory of him R.I.P Mahinda .

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