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Chantelle-Shakila Tiagi

Nirmala (Nina) Sudhira Tiagi

March 18, 1951 - April 13, 2020

Dearest Family & Friends, It is with such a heavy heart we create this page far too prematurely than any of us wanted for our Nina. Given these most unusual circumstances we all find ourselves in we will have to delay a vibrant, colourful and boozy party celebrating her life till the government...  see more

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  • Patrick  Glennon-Farris
    You were my best friend...
  • Andy Unger
    My favourite memories of Nina involve wine and sentences that began Darling ! ..... When I joined LSBU Nina was a very glamorous and witty colleague with a new found passion for dancing the Lambada. I remember one evening out with her and Neil Kibble...  more
  • Annie  Gibbs
    Dear Nina,

    I can’t believe I am writing you this message and I won’t be getting a reply. It just doesn’t seem real.

    I hope you know how much you really mean to me. I did tell you a few times. I am super grafters that you never let me give up...  more
  • Alan Birbeck
    Alan Birbeck added 5 photo(s) to the memorial Nirmala (Nina) Sudhira Tiagi:
  • Rosinaldo Ferreira
    My darling Nina and dearest oldest friend in England. I describe Nina as not just a dearest friend but also as a counciler, adviser, and sister. In Brazil we say a good friend is like a brother or sister. I have brother and sisters but Nina was a sister...  more
  • Cathy Evans
    Warm, witty, kind, caring; I remember the first time I was indulged with a visit to the Groucho Club, where, as always, she was hilarious, glittering company and a generous, unstinting host. I will miss you Nina, xx
  • Ed Finn
    I spoke with Nina on her first day at South Bank. She was so easy to talk to and full of enthusiasm. We worked together until I left in 1990. I valued her as a colleague and enjoyed our friendship. She had a wonderful sense of humour. I am very saddened...  more
  • Rafael Carmona
    Nina was a very dear and friendly neighbour, she always had a smile and was very generous and helpful.
    Trafalgar road will never be the same without her.
    Her artistic abilities were amazing and it is so sad that her life was cut short to concentrate on...  more
  • Michael Wood
    I only knew Nina for 36 short years. She was a lawyer, so technically not one of our tribe (economists). But in reality she always was. Full of life, with a hint of gossip, she lifted any room she was in. I have two fond memories of her.

    She once did a...  more
  • Robin John
    Sad and shocked, I was already working for South Bank Polytechnic when Nina joined in I think 1978. Law was then part of the Faculty of Business. Nina was somehow persuaded to become Course Director of the BA Business four year sandwich degree. She...  more
  • Grazia Ietto Gillies
    I knew Nina at South Bank. My memory of her is her smile when we met in corridors, or canteens or for a chat or for work. I felt she brighten my day whenever we met. I knew about her painting and visited one of her exhibitions many years ago. On that...  more
  • Colin Knapp
    I knew Nina for 30 years+. She was always fun to be with, I enjoyed many drinks with her after work, she had a great sense of humour. My fond memory is her laugh, oh and one can never forget her lambada. She will be missed but not in anyway forgotten.
  • Lucy Darley
    Dear Nina
    I hope you are in a sunny garden, painting, with a glass of good wine. My best memory is of Nina on good form drinking with us one Christmas Eve until the small hours which I sorely paid for when my children bounced in with their stockings a...  more
  • Martin Bundy
    I have worked at LSBU for nearly 30 years and knew Nina for most of that time through my role dealing with exams. In latter years we bonded over our shared experience in living with Rheumatoid Athritis and we had many mutually beneficial chats about the...  more
  • Louise Andronicou
    My darling, dearest Nina, my wonderful friend and the sister I never had.

    I feel honoured and privileged that Nina was such a huge and important part of my life for 29 years. What a joy it was to share an office at the University with Nina for the...  more
  • Diane Hodges
    Heartbroken at the news of dearest Nina's untimely passing. We had been friends for nearly 40 years and shared many memorable times. For 16 years we worked together at LSBU where we became firm friends. We have kept in touch over the years and that...  more
  • Juliet Bellis
    I worked with Nina at South Bank University for many years. She was a very wonderful person and a very dear friend. After I left SBU, I kept in touch with Nina and always loved to talk to her. I have many very happy memories of her and am so sorry for...  more
  • Janice  Noga
    My Dearest, Dearest Friend. Nina was my London Sister. She was beautiful, brilliant, talented, generous and above all loving. I never visited London , over 30 years, without being with her and her loving family. She is in my heart forever and know I was...  more
  • Alan Birbeck
    Alan Birbeck added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Nirmala (Nina) Sudhira Tiagi:
  • Alan Birbeck
    Alan Birbeck added 1 photo(s) to the memorial Nirmala (Nina) Sudhira Tiagi:
  • Alan Birbeck
    My Tribute to Ms T

    I will remember Ms T for many aspects of our friendship. It is impossible to do Ms T justice but

    Firstly, there was Ms T’s kindness.

    Ours was a 20 year friendship.

    Nina was as good and loyal a friend as one can have had.

    We...  more
  • Rod Melvin
    We met at the Groucho Club, London where I work as a resident pianist . Many great memories of Nina's wit, interest and love of the arts are crowned for me by her great support ,via the family, of the Groucho charity CD which featured her beloved niece,...  more