Subhash Fought Covid Alone-life Din't Have Mercy. Lets Help His Family | Milaap
Subhash Fought Covid Alone-life Din't Have Mercy. Lets Help His Family
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    Prashant Padaganur
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Subhash Madar's family

    from Bengaluru, Karnataka

Subash Madar, a dear friend, caring father, responsible son & loving husband departed to heavenly abode on 26-Apr-2021 leaving behind huge void in dear one’s life. He was admitted to one of private hospitals in Hubbali, Karnataka, India and draw last breath before succumbing to a hard fought battle with COVID for more than two weeks. Despite the best efforts from his family, friends and doctors we couldn’t save noble soul.

He was just 41 years old and hailed from a family of meager means, based out of Dandeli, Karnataka. Known to his friends and colleagues as Subbu, his calm demeanor, cool headedness and that smile on his face in-spite of his many struggles inside, will be sorely missed by friends and colleagues alike. He was the sole breadwinner for his family of seven comprising wife Asha, two children (Daughter – 13 years old and Son 7 years old), aging parents and dependent siblings.
            He left behind a struggling family with a wife who has been a cancer survivor requiring constant medical examinations and interventions and growing children with ever mounting educational expenses. To add to misery, his family has been severely hit by Covid, losing his brother-in-law and brother still recovering from month long hospitalization. His brother, who has been working as a travel guide lost his job in this pandemic and solely depended on Subhash. His father has survived major brain surgery and is almost bed ridden. His mother is also undergoing treatment for arthritis.

Please pray for the family to provide them strength to come out of this irreplaceable loss, along with whatever financial help you can provide by donating here. Your noble contribution will help to safeguard the family from an uncertain future.

We are also exploring the option of finding employment opportunities for Mrs. Asha Madar in her husband’s organization or elsewhere.

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