Dr. Manikoth G. Kurup
KURUP, Dr. Manikoth G., passed away Tuesday, November 17, 2020, at St. Mary's Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Kanjuli Vasanthy Kurup; his children, Rajesh (m. Nina), Ramesh (m. Jaya) and Ranjitha (m. Alan); and his grandchildren, Priya, Shala and Rohan. Funeral services will be private due to COVID-19. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Feed More.
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Published by Richmond Times-Dispatch from Nov. 19 to Nov. 20, 2020.
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Dear Mrs. Kurup, thank you for your kindness and support all these years from you and your husband. I don't really have many friends in the local Indian community, but you two and the Sens and Dr. Kapil have always cared about me and I really appreciate it. I'm going to miss Dr. Kurup.
Jaggi Khandelwal
November 29, 2020
I worked for him in the late 1980's at Richmond Memorial Hospital and couldn't have met a nicer man. So smart and loved his family and patients. His knowledge will be missed.
judy neale
November 29, 2020
We lived in Richmond, Virginia from 1976-1984. During this time several opportunities occurred to meet Dr. Manikoth Kurup. One such association was related to Hindu Center of Virginia.
I always believed that Dr. Kurup master-minded and skillfully navigated the creation of Hindu Center of Virginia.

More recently, a situation occurred when I needed his help to provide the contact of a Physician in Richmond Hospital. He lgot it done without slightest hesitation.
We knew several financially significant personalities of Indian Origin, but in my mind he stood the tallest. I pray for a peaceful transition to after-life to Dr. Manikoth Kurup.

Our Deepest condolences to Vasanthi and family.

The Sharma Family

Vinay Sharma
November 28, 2020
Dr. Kurup was a wonderful friend and colleague to my father. His memory is a blessing.
Anne H. Charity-Hudley
November 23, 2020
Presannan Pillai
November 22, 2020
I had known Dr. Kurup since 1990 when we used to live in Richmond, VA. He had introduced us to AKMG as he was the convener for the AKMG conference held at Williamsburg in 1995. He had organized the Indian community in Richmond and was instrumental in establishing the Temple and Festival of India. He was there for any help needed any time. My daughter was born in Richmond and her naming ceremony on the 28th day was organized in a grand manner by his family at his home with lot of guests. I had seen him and his wife last at the 2017 KHNA convention in Detroit. He will be greatly missed. Heartfelt condolences to family and friends.
Presannan & Anita Pillai
November 22, 2020
Dr. Kurup was a phenomenal physician and surgeon. As a young woman, he calmed my fears and helped heal me. He took care of me, my sister. And my mom. I will miss this wonderful man. Blessings upon all who love him. May he Rest In Peace.
Willa King Ward
November 22, 2020
Please accept our heartfelt condolences, May his soul Rest In Peace
Ganesh and Ambili
November 21, 2020
Our deepest sympathies and condolences to the family . He was a kind and generous man , seeking to help others all the time . We were the beneficiaries of his generosity and will never forget it . May his soul forever Rest In Peace .
Gurpal S Bhuller
November 21, 2020
I was extremely sadden after hearing about the passing of Dr. Kurup. He is often a figure in my discussions about surviving breast cancer. He was so kind and thorough as he helped me through that ordeal. He was a blessing to a very scared young lady in 1992. Just a PHENOMENAL surgeon. Rest in Peace and Blessings and condolences to his Family. Delores McQuinn
Delegate Delores McQuinn
November 20, 2020
I was a patient of Dr Kurup in 1973. He was one of the best doctors I had, I am sorry for your loss.
Mae Brown
November 20, 2020
My deepest condolences to the family of Dr. Kurup. It was a pleasure and honor working with him. He will be missed
Chanda Mosley
November 20, 2020
Dr.Kurup lived an exemplary life.We were blessed to have known him and we cherish the memories of his humility and kindness, and other Qualities that cannot be quantified.He will be missed by every one who knew him.Our condolences to Vasanthi and family.
Govindan Palat
November 20, 2020
In deepest sorrow to hear of this great man and doctor passing..My husband and myself were very fond of Dr Kurup.
carolyn dearhart
November 20, 2020
So sorry to hear of the passing of Dr Kurup, I remember Dr Kurup when he first came too Retreat hospital. Taking care of my sister. An awesome surgeon.
Barbara Whitaker
November 20, 2020
Dr Kurup MD did my gall bladder surgery back 1988 the best dr I ever had. THANK YOU
Geraldine B Thornton
November 20, 2020
Our condolences to Vasanthi and family. He was an iconic figure in the Richmond Indian community and will be sorely missed. One leaves their reputation behind and his was impeccable- professionally, personally, and in the community. OM Namah Shivaya Anup and Meera Gokli Asha Kapadia
Meera Gokli
November 19, 2020
Rest in peace Dr. Kurup. You were a very generous employer to all who were fortunate enough to work for you! Your many accomplishments were certainly amazing. You will surely be missed. Condolences to the entire family.
Debbie Owen
November 19, 2020
Please accept our sincere sympathy. Anna & Ron Nease
Ron @ Anna Nease
November 19, 2020
Condolences to Vasanthy and families and prayers for my very close friend . He was family . He was a great surgeon, a humanitarian and a great human being . Rest in peace .We will miss you forever my dearest friend .
Jaikar Rao
November 19, 2020
Our condolence and prayers to dear Vasanthi and the children.
Mohan & Thankam Pillai, Suffolk,VA
November 19, 2020