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Fr. Scaria Nedumala passes away at Imphal
By Fr. Tarcisius Toppo
Dimapur, Mar. 15. Fr. Scaria Nedumala, former Provincial of Dimapur Province passed away at Imphal at 3.40 am, on March 15,following a cardiac arrest. He was 73.
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At 1 a.m. Fr. Scaria complained of severe chest pain and congestion, and called for Fr. Igness Hans. Fr. C.C. Jose too was at hand to rush him to the Catholic Hospital at Koirengi. After ECG and other tests - knowing the gravity of the matter - they were advised to shift him to another hospital. Fr Scaria breathead his last en route to Shija hospital.
Born on March 17 1939, Fr Scaria made his first profession on May 24,1961. He as ordained on December 19,1970. He was the first Vice Provincial of Dimapur Province from 1982 - 1988 and the second Provincial from 1989 - 1995. He worked in several places in the North East - Mao, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Imphal.
The Requiem Mass and the funeral are scheduled for March 17 at 10 a.m.

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