Ramesh Rao (16 Nov 1963 - 18 Jun 2017)

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Location
Warriston Crematorium Lorimer Chapel Warriston Road Edinburgh EH7 4HW
Date
27th Jun 2017
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
Porteous Family Funeral Directors, Juniper Green

In loving memory of Ramesh Rao who sadly passed away on 18th June 2017.

Gillian Baird donated £50 in memory of Ramesh

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Claire MacFarlane posted a picture

A picture from the night Mum and Ramesh's wedding. You brought so much joy to Mum and everyone's lives! You were a kind, gentle, funny, amazing and wise man! Feel so blessed to have had you in our lives. Love from Claire, Christopher and Euan. xxx

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Ann Ruel donated in memory of Ramesh
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joanne mather donated in memory of Ramesh

Sadly missed- Jo & Ken

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Gareth Cleland donated in memory of Ramesh

Thoughts go out to family and friends sharing this sad news. Ramesh will be missed for a while to come but remembered longer for all he achieved and those he inspired.

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Maria Ibanez-Martinez posted a picture

Nice group picture (I was the one who took it)! 07/07/2005

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Maria Ibanez-Martinez wrote

My condolences to the family. Always in my heart, Ramesh!

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Simon Ashton donated in memory of Ramesh
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Paul & Rachel Darnley wrote

Great memories of a great friend. So many happy times to remember. His passion for music lives on, keep on Rock ‘in Ram.

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Paul & Rachel Darnley donated in memory of Ramesh

Mount Fuji, Japan - 1989

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Paul & Rachel Darnley posted a picture

Edinburgh Princes Park, 1988

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Joy Robinson donated £10 in memory of Ramesh
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Joann Place donated £50 in memory of Ramesh

Such a top guy. I have many fond memories of Ramesh. A kind, intelligent and funny man, you will be missed by many my friend xxx

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Heather Brown donated in memory of Ramesh
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Chris Whyatt donated in memory of Ramesh

He always had time to stop and talk. Sadly missed.

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Mike Morris donated in memory of Ramesh

One of the good guys. Sadly missed.

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Caroline Hotchkiss donated £10 in memory of Ramesh
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Heather Macnaughton donated in memory of Ramesh

For the kindest man to everyone who gave so much joy and warmth of spirit.

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Hilary Major donated in memory of Ramesh

A lovely gentle man with a fantastic sense of humour. Condolences to all his family and friends.

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Gordon Innes wrote

I must have met Ramesh on our first day at Royal High Primary, I can’t exactly remember now, as it feels like we knew each other forever. And although he has gone, I will not be sad, as I remember so many days when Ram brought his own special blend of patience, energy, insight, joy and drive to the world:
Writing stories for Schola Regia (his Latin period); Playground Football (Tennisball); Chess; “Big School” Prizegiving (“New” Royal High Barnton); His Music Compilation Tapes; Dodging Edinburgh traffic while biking to Stamp Shops (Trinity & North Bridge); Selling me his Wishbone Ash ‘Live Dates’ Album; Space Invaders & Galaxian at Sands Hotel; Stage Crew; Allans Record Shop & Ezy Ryder Record Exchange; Red Tracksuit Hillwalks, Thigh deep in a Lewis Bog; Cheapest Pints in Edinburgh: Grindlay Street and TU Happy Hours; QMC; Alice Cooper £8.50 Playhouse; Sewing Badges; Jay Crawford’s 24Hr Sponsored Headbang (Abercorn Inn); Pool at Jocks Lodge; Scotland 22 France 14; New Years; The Record Player & Goldfish in his Bedroom; Scottish Parli Brazier (Calton Hill); Kenny Dalglish’s Scotland Testimonial ( Hampden Sold Out); ‘Kareokee’ and tales of Japan; Manchester Curry; Mass Specs; Family

Rest my friend, I will miss you.

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  • Such a great insight to his younger years! Thank you for this Gordon! ❤️

    Posted by Claire on 28/06/2017 Report abuse
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Sandy Galletta wrote

Tomorrow is the last goodbye mate. Thanks for everything, There really is not enough words to mention it all. Thanks for your time, your advice, generosity and humour. Most of all thanks for City. Wherever you are I hope you're with Zac and counting down the days to next season. Goodbye.

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  • ❤️ Love this!

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Gary & Kathryn Harland donated in memory of Ramesh

Dancing on a Friday night x

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Lorraine Kay donated in memory of Ramesh

Ramesh was a truly kind, warm, generous and thoughtful man with a brilliant smile and whose positive outlook never ceased to amaze. I feel so lucky to have had the privilege of his friendship and all the wonderful memories will last forever xxx

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Keith Work donated £50 in memory of Ramesh

It has been a real privilege to have worked with and known Ramesh, certainly one of the calmest and most caring people I've ever know, with a real zest for life and a love for good food and company. You will be very sorely missed my friend

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James Morphet donated £50 in memory of Ramesh

Wonderful memories of aftershocks in Churchills at 2 in the morning. We often ended up here with work in the morning. Here is to you mister, you did yourself proud xx

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  • Science busking in Wythenshawe forum 2010, as part of STEM outreach with the Museum of Science

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