TANA Backs Griefed Telugus in USA

TANA's Team Square is supporting griefed Telugus in USAA software engineer,37 years, from Davenport, Iowa died of overdose of medication that was take for his Bipolar disorder on Monday, July 11th. Suresh, a graduate of BITS Pilani, hails from Dhulipudi village in Guntur District is survived by wife, two children and parents Koteswara Rao and Gangajalam. Friends and family members of Suresh Babu requested TANA to help with logistics to send the remains of Suresh to India. TANA TEAM Square Chairman Anjaiah Chowdary Lavu and Mohan Nannapaneni, TANA Executive Vice President have completed all procedures in time and it is expected that the remains of Suresh Babu will reach Hyderabad by Tuesday, July 19th.

 TANA, a dedicated community organization that has been helping the Telugu community for over 35 years has handled three more death cases since July first week. On July 3rd, Mrs. Doke mother of Santosh passed away due to natural causes and her remains have been shipped to Hyderabad on July 6th.

On July 4 th Jayaram Pangipalli, an IT Consultant drowned in the Tennessee river and passed away and his remains have been shipped to Hyderabad on July 7th.

On July 7th, P. Veerabhadram passedaway with a massive heart attack and the deceased has been shipped to Chennai on July 10th.

Prasad Thotakura, TANA President, expressed his deepest condolences to Maddi, Doke, Pangapalli and Veerabhadram families who lost their loved ones. Prasad thanked TANA TEAM Square Volunteers Gopal Vedula, Nagesh Narmeth, Suresh Kakarla, Hanumanth Kanthi, Venkat Duddukuri, Kavitha, Padma and Jaganmohan who provided needed help and TANA Officials Anjaiah Chowdary Lavu, Mohan Nannapaneni who helped with all logistics in sending the deceased to India.

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