Dr. Mandira Das Carlo

January 1, 1950 - July 7, 2007

Dr. Mandira Das Carlo, was born on January 1, 1950, in Gauhati, Assam, India and went to be with the Lord on July 7, 2007. She was a very special lady who loved the Lord with all of her heart. Mandira, with her infectious smile was an extraordinary, loving, generous and caring wife, mother and true friend to all who crossed her path. She was renowned as a medical educator in universities in India, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates and UTMB in Galveston, TX. She has had abstracts and articles published in medical journals throughout her career. The gift that she was given was wisely used and she has touched the lives of so many in the medical field as well as the personal daily lives of those who came in contact with her on her life’s journey. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, July 17, 2007 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel, Highway 75 & Exit 38, Allen, TX 75013. The family will receive friends during a visitation at the funeral home on Monday evening from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. There will be a gathering after the service in the Fireside Room at First Baptist Church of McKinney, 1615 W. Louisiana, McKinney, TX 75069 She is survived by her husband, Ronald R. Carlo; her son, Suhrid Manchanda; and many loving extended family members in India as well as friends and colleagues throughout the world. She was preceded in death by her parents, T.N. and L. P. Das of Gauhati, Assam, India.

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Where do I begin to tell how much happiness and joy that this special lady brought into my life. It is so hard to imagine that I was so fortunate to spend time in the pleasure of your company for you were a true companion, wife and friend like no other. We had a spiritual relationship that with out a word or sound we knew how great a love we shared. Miracles are hard to come by and love is a miracle. You truly were the greatest miracle that God blessed this man with. With Love(your special words), Love Ron Ronald R Carlo, July 18, 2007 Dear Suhrid Manchanda, This is Unni from Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, UAE University. I hope, you remembers me. I read the sad news with a sorrow heart and convey my belated condolences to you and rest of Dr. Mandira's family. May her soul rest in peace. With prayers. Unni Skills Lab - Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences. Unni Krishnan, July 18, 2007 Mandira was such a wonderful person, always smiling and happy. She will be missed and remembered for always. A memory is all that we leave behind and Mandira has left us with a sweet memory of someone very, very special. Namaste' Patricia M Vasil, July 17, 2007 Dear Mandira, Thank you for touching our lives. We will miss you and may God continue to watch over you. Wil & Curley Turner, July 17, 2007 Dear Mandira: I am sure that your place now is in heaven. As your ex-colleague and close friend, I can not express my shock about the news of your death. Your cordial personality and most pleasant smile will always be missed. You will always be remembered and your memory will always shine. Farouk El-Sabban, Kuwait University, Kuwait Farouk F. El-Sabban, July 15, 2007 I met Mandira one day and immediately realized I had gained a wonderful friend. She was such a fun person to be around. I will miss her tremendously. May the Lord wrap his arms around Ron and Suhrid. Susan Kilmer, July 15, 2007 I was one of Dr. Mandira Das students and indeed she left her finger prints in my medical carrier in every positive way. She was a caring, loving lady that will never be forgotten. rabah al-mahmoud, July 14, 2007 I did not really have a chance to work with her ,but knew her during the practical sessions and during examinations held in FMHS UAEU ,she is fondly remembered .My heartfelt condolences to all you grieving members .May the good Lord strenghthen you in this hour of need . regards to all . anne FMHS AlAin anne john mathew, July 13, 2007 Mandira had the best sense of humor and I loved laughing with her at work. She brightened up my day. My deepest sympathy for your loss of this special person. Lynda Lynda Petty, July 13, 2007 I've missed her companionship these last few months of her illness. She was a ray of sunshine in so many lives. She will be missed. Nancy J. Seaberg, July 13, 2007