LIC International condoles the sad demise of its ex staff Mrs Geetha Prabhatkar

Sunday, October 17, 2021

LIC International - Kuwait deeply condoles the sad demise of their ex staff Mrs Geetha Prabhatkar [Age 51] who breathed her last today, October 17th, at Amrita Hospital Kochi.

She was under the treatment of cancer for last one and half year and before she planned to leave Kuwait for good, she took treatment here in Kuwait but later on the disease relapsed again while she was in India.

Mrs Geetha, hailing from Palakkad in Kerala, joined LIC of India as an Assistant and after getting married with Mr Prabhatkar she came to Kuwait and got an opportunity with Warba.

Mrs Geetha who joined LIC International / Warba way back in Sept-1996 and was the first employee recruited by Warba for LIC operations in Kuwait, Since then she hold many positions in the department starting from an executive she reached to the position of Senior Insurance Specialist in warba and played a pivotal role in the growth of LIC-Kuwait operations.

She left Kuwait for good last year in April-2020. She left behind her husband Mr Prabhatkar and two children.

On behalf of the LIC International Kuwait unit, Resident Manager Mr Devesh Kumar extended his deepest condolences for the grieved & distressed family. He expressed that Mrs Geetha was not only worked as a staff for LIC but helped to grow as a company in every aspect be it a marketing or customer relationships in an exemplary way. "We have not lost an ex-employee but we have lost a good friend & a good person," Mr Devesh Kumar said.

She was one of the few Insurance professionals here in Kuwait who acquired the Fellow certification from the prestigious institute of Insurance 'The Insurance Institute of India-Mumbai'. Mrs Geetha dedicated her professional life for the advancement of LIC –Kuwait/Warba. She was in a true sense a single point contact for thousands of customers herein Kuwait by virtue of her long association with company but also due to her tireless patience, sensitivity towards clients. Her cheerful attitude and bright smile will always be missed by LIC Kuwait Unit where she worked for almost 24 years, LIC / Warba Kuwait said in a press statement.


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