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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

A day of deep deep sadness..

Happiness binds Raja Azeem Idzham and Natasha Ili. In grieve, they are intertwined together.
- Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal

Raja Azaham Raja Adnan

Raja Azaham Raja Adnan

Haji Zainol Haji Hassan

Haji Zainol Haji Hassan


17 February 2011
Raja Azaham Raja Adnan, Raja Azeem Idzham's dad, passed away peacefully at Selayang Hospital due to liver failure, caused by liver cancer. He was a distinguished curator (Perak), a fabulous husband, a loving father of 6, a wonderful grandfather of 2 (at the time of his death), and most importantly - a gifted artist. Graduated from UiTM (MY) in Industrial Design, he went on to become a curator for The National Museum (KL) and Taiping Museum (Perak), and later a director for Perak State Museums. After retiring, he spent his time painting, and researching and writing his thesis on his ancestry. Very active in the art scene, his artworks can be viewed at a gallery owned by his sons in Selayang.
He was 63 years old (4 months shy of his 64th birthday).



18 February 2011
Haji Zainol Haji Hassan, Natasha Ili's grandfather, passed away peacefully at Tawakal Hospital due to kidney failure, caused by old age. He was a loving husband, a wonderful father of 10 (5 at the time of his death), a dotting grandfather of 16, a terrific great-grandfather of 4 (at the time of his death), and a religious and colourful person to friends, neighbours and all that knew him. He married his distant cousin during the Japanese Occupation (they had been married for 72 years). He was a barber during the early years of his married life. He then moved to Kuala Lumpur and enlisted himself into the Police Force. He was a Sergeant in The Federal Reserved Unit, chasing crooks in cars on foot, until he retired in the early 1980s. He then lead a quiet life at his home at Ulu Kelang, until the last day of his long life.
He was 88 years old (3 months shy of his 89th birthday).

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