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Bro. P. K. Anthony (INM) passes away in Kerala
Abroad, Dec. 26. Coadjutor Salesian Pennaparampil Anthony, sdb popularly called Bro. P.K. Anthony aged 73, expired on the morning of December 26, 2011 at Kuruvillakadu, Kerala.
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He was the administrator at Don Bosco Higher Secondary School - Perambur, Province of Chennai. Bro. Anthony had the unique distinction of serving as Administrator for more than 40 years and was honoured during the 6th Salesian Brothers' Congress of South Asia held at Chennai in December 2008.
The funeral mass will be celebrated  at Lourdes Shrine, Perambur, Chennai on December 28, 2011at 10 a.m.
May God grant eternal rest to this committed Salesian Coadjutor.

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