Skariah Varghese
October 6, 1939- January 1, 2015

Celebration of His Life: Friday January 2nd 2015 - 6:30 pm

Home going Service: Saturday January 3rd 2015 - 10:00 am

The Viewing and Funeral Service will be held at Christ Church Irving.

Christ Church Irving 1750 E Airport Fwy Irving, TX 75062-4825

Mt. Carmel Funeral Home
1225 E. Irving Blvd. Irving, Texas 75060
Phone: (972) 438-7900

"For me to live is Christ, and to die gain;...having the desire for departure and being with Christ, for it is very much better."

It is with joy mixed with sorrow that I write of the home call of my Dad, Skariah Varghese (06 October 1939 - 01 January 2015). He slipped peacefully into his Savior's arms this morning at 10:05am after a 3 year-long battle with cancer, surrounded by family and some local saints. He is now at home with the Lord and awaits his shout when "the dead in Christ will rise first" and "we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them to meet the Lord in the air. And thus we shall always be with the Lord."

He attended the Bethesda Bible Chapel Irving, Texas for many years where he served the Lord faithfully. Babychayan will always be remembered for his display of hospitality to believers. His enthusiasm, love for God and the scriptures, was truly invigorating. There is a mixture of sadness and relief. Relief that the suffering is over, and sadness that comes from the empty space he leaves behind. However, we rejoice in the memories and for the grace and mercy of our God, who gave him to us for 75 years. We are
so grieved to be separated from him in the flesh, but not grieved like those who have no hope. We are comforted for him to be with the Lord now, where there is no more pain and suffering, only joy forevermore! He leaves behind his dear wife, Mary and two children, Roji and his wife Rani and daughters Sarah & Tabetha, and Ruby and her husband Jose and children Hannah & Abigail. He is also survived by three sisters and a brother.

Thank you to all who have prayed for us through the years, and who have shared in our sorrows and ultimate triumph.

Roji Varghese

(469) 628-1266