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I was told by a contractor, while at the Mandai Crematorium and Columbarium Complex, for an arrangement of a Niche for my beloved father, who had passed away on 6th February 2008. That our humble and former President of Singapore, Mr. Wee Kim Wee, final resting place were also at a block on the left (White Building), while entering the complex. I shall play "Sherlock Holmes", to locate its exact location too, when I am next there. Hope before that, someone out there could provide some better clues. Thank you in advance! Best regards, Ting C. H.

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