ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of Peter T, a beloved father and husband who went to be with the Lord Jesus on June 1, 2021. We will remember him forever.

He was born in a village called Seithur, near the town of Rajapalayam in the state of Tamil Nadu. As a young man, he met the Lord Jesus and his life was completely transformed. He lived the rest of his life with a passion for Jesus, proclaiming the gospel, and teaching in various churches. He was also a hard working man, serving as officer, assistant manager in Indian Bank for over 30 years.

He passed peacefully to eternity in a hospital in the city of Chennai with his daughter by his side. He is remembered and loved by his wife (Dora), daughter (Hephzibah), son (Ebenezer), 8 grand children and many more family members and friends.

Posted by Margaret Rebeka on June 2, 2021
Peter mama you will be greatly missed. He is a strict but caring person knowing him since childhood was really a blessing . A man of strong faith and a prayer warrior .A great father who could do anything for his children. Couldnt forget how much details he looks into while shopping for his grandchildern , it was close to perfection. May you enjoy the heavenly abode
Posted by Salome Suresh on June 1, 2021
It is an honoring experience to know Peter Annan- with his simplicity and zeal to love and serve the Lord. He was honest in all his conversation and spent no time idling away.
He was full of vigor to display his faith in Christ to all by holding a pin that said ‘Jesus loves’ in his white dress.
He promptly posts verses for the family to begin the day and it is heart warming to know his sleep in the Lord before we knew of his sickness!
Truly the righteous rest in their beds after their labor in the Lord!
God stir up the dear ones with hope and comfort in this season!
Posted by Esther Jacob on June 1, 2021
Peter uncle will be fondly remembered by us as a kind, ever smiling, innocent person. He loved God and he was always dressed in white which showed his simplicity. The first time we visited him, he took us all to the shop and got clothes for all of us. Such was his love. He was always ready to help in any way possible. He will be sorely missed. Rest In Peace uncle.

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Posted by Margaret Rebeka on June 2, 2021
Peter mama you will be greatly missed. He is a strict but caring person knowing him since childhood was really a blessing . A man of strong faith and a prayer warrior .A great father who could do anything for his children. Couldnt forget how much details he looks into while shopping for his grandchildern , it was close to perfection. May you enjoy the heavenly abode
Posted by Salome Suresh on June 1, 2021
It is an honoring experience to know Peter Annan- with his simplicity and zeal to love and serve the Lord. He was honest in all his conversation and spent no time idling away.
He was full of vigor to display his faith in Christ to all by holding a pin that said ‘Jesus loves’ in his white dress.
He promptly posts verses for the family to begin the day and it is heart warming to know his sleep in the Lord before we knew of his sickness!
Truly the righteous rest in their beds after their labor in the Lord!
God stir up the dear ones with hope and comfort in this season!
Posted by Esther Jacob on June 1, 2021
Peter uncle will be fondly remembered by us as a kind, ever smiling, innocent person. He loved God and he was always dressed in white which showed his simplicity. The first time we visited him, he took us all to the shop and got clothes for all of us. Such was his love. He was always ready to help in any way possible. He will be sorely missed. Rest In Peace uncle.
his Life

Retired - 2010

Retired from Indian Bank

Indian Bank, Chennai - 2000

Transferred to Chennai

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Pastoring churches in Nagercoil and Kaliyakkavillai
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Shared by Eby Peters on June 1, 2021
During our last trip to India in 2016, we travelled to Pondicherry to meet with my brother-in-law's family. On our way we saw a person selling tender coconuts, so we stopped to buy some. Within few minutes, appa was asking about the person's life and found out he was having family problems. Immediately he shared about God and prayed for him and his family.

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